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Every corn dog has its day
[Posted by Adam Forrest on Saturday, 03/18/17 9:05 am] [Full Blog] [Related Posts] [Tweet This]

Today, March 18, is National Corn Dog Day.


According to corndogday.com, National Corn Dog Day started in Oregon in 1997, and is held each year on the first Saturday of the NCAA men's college basketball tournament.

The holiday was started by two guys in Corvallis, Oregon, who celebrated watching the March Madness basketball games by eating corn dogs and tater tots, which they claim were both invented in Oregon. Since then, National Corn Dog Day has grown to include thousands of fans across America and around the globe.

Staple of state fairs across the country, my favorite place to get corn dogs has been the ubiquitous Hot Dog On A Stick stands which can be found in almost every mall in the western and southern United States.

Hot Dog On A Stick girl hand-dipping corn dogs

The first Hot Dog On A Stick stand was located on the beach in Santa Monica, California. Another Southern California institution, Der Wienerschnitzel, also has great corn dogs, but I have especially enjoyed their mini corn dogs.


Does a mini corn dog qualify as a real corn dog even though it doesn't have a stick? I'm pretty sure it does.

And, does a veggie corn dog qualify as a real corn dog, even though it doesn't contain a real hot dog?

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If it's one of these veggie corn dogs, made by Morning Star Farms, I definitely think they do!

I don't eat beef and pork any more, and so I discovered these veggie corn dogs. I personally think these corn dogs taste as good, or, dare I say it on National Corn Dog Day, even BETTER than corn dogs made with beef and pork hot dogs. I highly recommend them!

Happy National Corn Dog Day, everybody!


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