Last week, I called up my buddy, Suze, while I was making dinner. As we chatted about the news of the day, I described my dinner plans. I was making a quiche with leftovers and random vegetables in the fridge. I sliced up a leftover hotdog and fried them up a bit. I chopped up leftover broccolli. Then, I sauteed some mushrooms with butter and thyme. It all went into the quiche.
I've made other masterpieces like this before. I might be most proud of the chicken fajitas, where the chicken marinated in Lemon-Lime Gaterade. A little sweet, but it worked.
Suze was horrified that I was mixing fancy cooking, ie quiche, with common cooking, ie the hotdog. It turned out just fine, thank you very much. But that meal sparked a whole discussion about horrific things you can do with hotdogs.
Suze found a recipe for Hawaiian Hot Dog Surpise. The author notes that it would be great for a Christmas Dinner. Hotdogs, pineapples, brown sugar, baked beans. All in a slow cooker. Mmmmm.
Question of the Day: What's the scariest recipe that you've found on the Internet or that you've whipped up yourself.