Forget milk, soy, eggs and power bars. The real perfect food is the corn dog. One dog has a serving of protein (from that sweaty, shriveled chunk of meat in the middle) and a serving or two of carbohydrates (the lovely, chewy, crispy--when cooked the correct way--batter outside). For herbivores, the veggie version has about a fourth of that daily, hard-to-get protein requirement (like you can eat just one). And they're frequently and traditionally served with a splat of yellow mustard. That counts as a vegetable, right? Plus it's on a stick made of wood--one of the five basic components of the physical universe. It's portable,... More >>>