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Corndogs are a Standard Food in Cook, Serve, Delicious! and an Entree in Cook, Serve, Delicious! 2!!.

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Corn Dog
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Category
American Foods
Star Rating
Cost
★ - $350
Menu Price
★ - $4
Requirement(s)
None
Booster(s)
  • Catering
  • Simply Food
  • Afternoon Delight
Detractor(s)
  • Munchies
  • Menu Rot
  • Unappreciated
  • Peasant Food
  • Fatty McFats
  • Morning Aroma

Corn Dog is a Standard Food in Cook, Serve, Delicious!

Description[edit | edit source]

If only all foods came on a stick! This delicious treat was made popular in carnivals and festivals, and now can be served directly from your kitchen to snackin' customers! Just place the corndog in the tray, serve with mustard or ketchup, and watch those profits bark!

Your order comes with a surplus of ready-serve corndogs, mustard dispensers, ketchup dispensers, paper trays, and three recipe cards.

Recipes[edit | edit source]

01. The Classic Corn Dog:

Ketchup and Mustard, please.

02. The Red Dog:

Ketchup only, please.

03. The Yellow Dog:

Mustard only, please.

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • This and the Pretzel are the only foods that may not be served at a restaurant classified at two stars or higher.
  • There is a one in twenty chance that the "Red Dog" recipe's name will be replaced with the "Gerstmann". This is a homage to Jeff Gerstmann, a co-founder of Giant Bomb.


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Corndogs
Corndogs.png
Dish Type
Entree
Availability
Purchasable
Cost
$500
Prep Type
HS Required.png HS Required
HS Servings
6
Menu Price
$8
Cook Time
15 seconds
HS Freshness Time
3 minutes 24 seconds
Booster(s)
Hot and Edible Hot and Edible
All Time Classic All Time Classic
Detractor(s)
Menu Rot Menu Rot
Munchies Munchies
Scumbags Scumbags
Origin
United States

Corndogs are an Entree in Cook, Serve, Delicious! 2!!.

Description[edit | edit source]

Corndogs, also known as "Panchukers" in Argentina, and "Pluto Pups" in Australia, are made by coating a hot dog in a thick layer if batter, and then impaling it on a stick. During a particularly radical phase in the 1980s, corndogs became part of a carnival game known as Blister Dash, where attendees battled to grab as many corndogs from a deep frier with their bare hands as they could in thirty seconds. While initially popular, the game was eventually outlawed after a number of competitors who had lost complete function of their hands filed a joint lawsuit. One resulting condition of the lawsuit stated that carnival operators were required to sell corndogs at all future events, with proceeds going to the victims and their families.

Today, Blister Dash is banned in most countries where corndogs are sold.

Recipes[edit | edit source]

You must prepare this food in a Holding Station before adding toppings and serving to customers.

01. Red Dog

PurplePage.png Ketchup

02. Yellow Dog

PurplePage.png Mustard

03. Deluxe Dog

PurplePage.png Ketchup PurplePage.png Mustard

04. Dry Dog

No ketchup or mustard please, thanks!