Akron Aeros To Serve Hot Dog Stuffed Inside a Brat Stuffed Inside Kielbasa On Hoagie With Sauerkraut


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Its like this, except the hot dog is inside the brat.
  • It's like this, except the hot dog is inside the brat.

The Akron Aeros have officially won the week.

The Tribe's AA affiliate recently announced a new dining option for next year. After plumbing the depths of their demented and inspired stomachs, they have come up with the "Three Dog Night," which is a hot dog, stuffed in a brat, stuffed in a kielbasa, stuffed in a hoagie, and covered with sauerkraut.

It's the perfect option for those times when you want a hot dog, a brat, and a kielbasa, but can't decide which one you want more.

Waiting for Next Year has the details on the Turducken of nitrate-laced cased pork products:

The Three Dog Night will reportedly weigh in at over one full pound, with 15 ounces of said meal being “meat.” While details will be released soon after the first of the year, the Aeros wanted to ensure that their recently-released miniature ticket plans featured the new palatable pork-like product, hoping to capitalize on a bit of intrigue.

“This is one of many new food items we will be featuring in 2011,” said Dan Foust, Aeros assistant general manager of media and marketing. ”We wanted to tie one of our mini-plans to a food item and this was a natural pairing.”

The good news: It's probably outrageously delicious. The bad news: You will have colon cancer by the 5th inning.

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