I think it must have been a special day in cooking history when somebody said, ” The hotdog is good. Tempura is good. French fries are good, too, but you know what would be really good? A hot dog coated in batter, with chunks of potato stuck all over the outside, and then fried till golden and crispy.”
We really enjoyed the street food in Seoul. This was one of Samuel’s favorites. This and the guy who sold tater tots in a cup. and the dumpling guy. And the breakfast toast sandwich guy (eggs with ham, cheese, cabbage, carrot, and brown sugar on toast.) And the strawberry juice stand. And the sweet rice cake stand. And the spun honey and nuts place. And….