Pigs-In-A-Blan•ket /pigz in ā ˈblaNGkit/ n., pl. 1. delicious hot dog wienies delicately wrapped in the finest of doughs, 2. a delicacy fit for only the fanciest of cocktail parties.

This magical invention is the Pigs In A Blanket Maker, a machine that quickly and easily produces those little yummies! Fortunately, it preheats fast, because I get so impatient! It’ll already be a challenge waiting the 6-8 minutes it takes to bake ’em. But then, MMM! Squirt some ketchups and mustards on there and heaven in your mouth ensues. Beautiful. Let’s take a moment of silence to honor this futuristic technology. *sniffles* Sorry, I’m getting a little choked up. For real — I tried to eat all 9 at once!

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  1. He11cat

    No no no, this is all wrong! Maybe it’s a USA vs British thing, but to me pigs in a blanket have always been pork sausage (good ones, not factory floor shavings hot dog awfulness) wrapped in bacon – bacon is the only blanket! See this recipe http://www.waitrose.com/home/recipes/recipe_directory/p/pigs_in_blankets.html from a very british supermarket on how to make them properly.