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A Pizza with a Hot Dog crust? That’s CRAZY TALK!

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You’ve heard of the term “Frankenfood”? According to the Spike TV show of the same name, a Frankenfood is, “new and unique flavor combinations by pairing existing dishes together. Culinary concoctions that look so bad, they must be good.” Well, what do you get when you combine monster movies and food? Wait, why would anyone want to do that? Why would anyone think to do that? I don’t know, but before you start thinking about edible ectoplasm or something like that, the Fresno Grizzlies have something interesting for you. Get ready for the hot dog crust pizza:

That’s right, it’s a pizza with a crust that envelops a hot dog. The “Frankenslice”, if you will. It’s coming on Thursday, May 21 for their game against the Nashville Sounds for … wait for it … Frankenstein Night. (What a twist!) This is not the first time the Fresno Grizzlies have tried a monstrous food concept for a promotion. A few weeks ago the Grizzlies came up with this:

That’s right … The Schwab. The hamburger with no less than 17,000 ingredients and toppings, including a hot dog. So yes, the Fresno Grizzlies will put hot dogs in everything. Soon there will be hot dogs in your chicken fingers, your rib tips, and your ice cream. Because why just have food when you could have food with hot dogs? Right?

This sounds like something that would only happen in Texas. So is it any surprise that the Fresno Grizzlies are the AAA affiliate of the Houston Astros?

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