Repurposing ingredients from existing menu items into new innovations is one of the old tricks in the fast-food book. (Taco Bell, I’m looking in your direction!) But taking an ordinary hot dog and turning it into a breakfast sandwich? It sounds like a pretty unconventional idea – but Shake Shack has been trying it.
I love Waffle House. I love that it is open 24 hours. I love that, no matter where you go, you can be assured that the menu will be the same. I love that you really have to work hard to spend $20 on breakfast for two, and that during natural disasters FEMA uses the Waffle House as a scale of how bad things are. (A closed Waffle House means it is really, really bad.)
If you aren't incorporating your Instant Pot into your morning routine (or, you know, a Saturday morning at least!), you simply aren't reaching its full potential. The Internet's favorite multi-cooker grants all the benefits of a top-notch homemade breakfast in a fraction of the time, all while making a much smaller mess. At least set aside 10 minutes for your own personal batch of steel-cut oats—once you've had a bowl, you'll never turn back to the microwavable stuff again.
Liquor store, building supply store, cannabis dispensary, taco stand—there is not a great deal, you might think to yourself, standing at the corner of Sherman Way and Varna Avenue in the San Fernando Valley, to distinguish this little slice of Los Angeles from any other.