Corn dog is a hot dog frank skewered on a wooden stick which has been covered in a cornmeal batter and deep fried. It was invented in Texas, which is a state that loves to invent things and deep fry them. Corn dog exhibits a wonderful, crispy, golden brown exterior. The stick on which the corn dog is attached greatly increases efficiency and is a successful evolutionary trait of food that will undoubtedly be employed for many years to come. Although difficult to acquire in its freshest form, its importance in food history warrants a concerted effort to locate it. One might consider questing to the State Fair of Texas to find it.
Corn dog tastes good and is extremely fun to eat. The sweet and crispy exterior pairs wonderfully with its inexpensive frank interior. It's commonly served with regular yellow mustard, and not the kind of mustard that's filled with seeds, sand, and other non-edible objects.
Corn Dog became an official snack on April 21st 2015.