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Food

Waffle Corn Dogs Are The Mash-Up Food L.A. Needs

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For a brief moment, the marriage of waffles and corn dogs became a reality in L.A. During the "Eat My Blog" charity event over the weekend in Pasadena, which raised money for victims of Typhoon Haiyan, the waffle corn dog was unveiled.

Night + Market, the one that sold the waffle corn dog, was one of the over 25 all-stars of the L.A. food scene—from chefs to bloggers—whipping up dishes at Coolhaus Pasadena on Nov. 23 for their "bake sale." This wasn't your average PTA cupcake and cookie sale. Animal also served delectable cream-cheese pumpkin bars, and The Hart & The Hunter as well as The Tasting Kitchen were just some of the restaurants involved in the event.

The waffle corn dog has been popular in Hawaii and the Philippines, but unfortunately, it doesn't look like we can buy it anywhere in Los Angeles just yet. We can only dream...

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