I am always on the lookout for creative uses of peanut butter in cooking, but most of the time I find the recipes and ideas to be sort of been there done that.
Yesterday, however, the Seattle University Spectator ran a short piece on a new hot dog restaurant. Among its signature items is:
The sweet puppy on the menu currently is a peanut butter and banana dog, which is a beef or tofu hotdog topped with runny, melted crunchy peanut butter and sliced fresh banana.
Not making the cut:
“The worst one we tried [during development] was a Reese’s Peanut Butter Cup dog,” Olson says. “Chocolate with hotdogs just doesn’t work.”
Saves me the trouble of trying a Cream Nut Peanut Butter Cluster dog.