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Add one more star caliber man to the New York Yankees vs. Chicago White Sox “Field of Dreams” game in Dyersville, Iowa — Guy Fieri and his new hot dog apple pie.
An unlikely marriage of two good ol’ American favorites, it’s a starting lineup of one juicy beef hot dog smothered in Fieri’s own bacon jam, “enveloped” in flaky pie crust and then topped with an apple mustard drizzle, demerara sugar and apple pie spice.
On Thursday, fans at the much-anticipated cornfield game will be the first murderers’ row to sample the Food Network host’s concoction.
For those looking to take a swing at the reci-pie, Fieri advises “getting your bacon nice and crispy, and then cooking it down with a little brown sugar, a little honey and apple cider vinegar.”
As for what goes around the dog, “I imagine you probably have an awesome apple pie filling that your grandma used to make, but if you want to get that canned stuff, it’s fine to use in this,” he said.
Then it’s crucial to stretch out the top pastry layer before popping these pie dogs in the oven at 350 degrees for 18 to 20 minutes.
Going “50-50” with apple pie filling and mustard is also pivotal to the pastry.
This screwball concept came from a Fieri-Chevrolet partnership that’s seen “the cool kids from Motor City” revamp their 1975 slogan “baseball, hot dogs, apple pie and Chevrolet go together in the good old U.S.A.”
“You’re gonna dig it!” Fieri said about the “funky throwback snack,” adding that he can’t wait to see first bite reactions from fans.
Is this heaven? No, it’s Flavortown.
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