JoeDoe Re-Creates Dunkin' Donuts' Sausage-Pancake Bites
There's hope for those who crave the intimate congress of sausage and pancake batter but were, like us, underwhelmed by Dunkin' Donuts' benighted sausage-pancake bites. It comes courtesy of Joe Doe proprietor Joe Dobias, a chef more closely associated with blogger-fueled rage than blogger-motivated succor. Yet Dobias fulfilled the request of the Young and Hungry to improve upon the Dunkin' Donuts original, and, as seen in the video above, produced what is apparently a very delectable morsel.
It's constructed of house-made sausage and pancake batter, deep-fried, and injected with elderflower honey. Dobias may add them to the menu, and he should -- we're hard-pressed to think of a food that better emulates his so-called Aggressive American cuisine than a deep-fried sausage-pancake bullet aimed squarely at New York's digestive tract.
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