2005-06-20 - 8:18 p.m.i like cooking. i like making up recipes and fixing meals. i don't really go out to eat often, so i cook just about every meal i eat.
earlier this evening, we were fixing dinner. my husband was making miso soup. i think that miso soup is gross so i was making myself a hot dog burrito. it seriously takes 2 minutes to make a hot dog burrito. you can get a pack of hot dogs, a bag of cheese, and a pack of tortillas for 10 bucks, and have dinner for a week. you can put ketchup on it, and i love ketchup.
so i am wondering, does anyone else know about how awesome this is? this is a taste fucking explosion. this is hot dog paradise. i decide to write to Emeril.
You are an excellent chef. I watch your show all the time. I cannot help but notice, though, that your show has not explored my favorite style of cooking, Mexican-American Fusion Cuisine.
I first discovered this type of cuisine about 18 years ago when i had my first peanutbutter and jelly soft taco. Since then, I have become quite knowledgeable in the techniques used in its preparation. Included please find a recipe which I feel really encapsulates the magic of Mexican-American Fusion Cuisine.
HOT DOG BURRITO
1 Hot Dog
1 Flour Tortilla
1/4 cup finely shredded Cheddar Cheese
Directions: Place flour tortilla on microwave-safe plate. Arrange hot dog in center of tortilla. Cover hot dog with the shredded cheddar cheese. Cover with wet paper towel to prevent the tortilla from drying out. Microwave for 2 minutes. Roll it up and serve with ketchup.
he hasn't written back yet, probably because i just sent the e-mail, like, 15 minutes ago.
in other news, it has been decided that the funniest thing you could possibly do is to yell your own name sporadically throughout the day. just once in awhile, when there are lulls in conversation or when you are talkng to the lady at the bank. NATALIE!!! (or whatever your name is) and then just carry on like nothing happened. it is a laugh riot.
p.s i really did send that to Emeril. for real.
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