☯ ISSTH Chapter 662 ☯

Well, chili cheese dog night has come and gone, and it was a success. There were a few requests for pictures, so check out all the details after the jump, including the low-down on my “top-secret” chili ingredient.

Chapter 662
Translator: Deathblade, as seen on Twitter, Pinterest, and Patreon.
Contributors: Madam Deathblade, anonpuffs
Proofreaders: Lingson, Courtrecords
Meme Archives: joeljbright
Memes: leoloo, Azusky
Sponsors: Malow Kenende, Jonathan, LB and Lim Derek

This release marks 2/7 guaranteed chapters and 2 sponsored chapter, for a total of 4 chapters so far!

Here’s the hotdog package.

And here’s the pot of chili. It was a bean-less chili, because MDM is not a fan of beans. By the way, one of my “secret ingredients” was Sichuan numbing pepper powder. For those of you not very familiar with Chinese cuisine, Sichuan food often features an ingredient that literally causes your mouth and lips to go numb. Believe it or not, Sichuan pepper was actually illegal to import into the U.S. for many years, which you can read about here.

Again, hotdog buns not available. Version one was made with two wieners in what is essentially a french roll. I snapped the pictures before the cheese had a chance to melt.

I was able to find another kind of bread at the supermarket that looks almost like a croissant, but from certain angles actually resembles a hotdog bun. Unfortunately, most Chinese types of bread are sweet, and not really appropriate for chili-dog consumption. However, this one seemed different. I actually didn’t try this version, but MDB did and she liked it a lot. Again the pictures were taken before the cheese melted.

28 thoughts on “☯ ISSTH Chapter 662 ☯” - NO SPOILERS and NO CURSING

  1. Personally, I like making cheesedogs with half a grilled cheese as the bun. Just make a grilled cheese and you have two buns right there, and it’s super tasty. Not sure if it would work well with cheeses other than american though, cheddar would probably work…

    Thanks for the chapter!

  2. Oh the things we resort to when living abroad. So many foods we take for granted and just expect to find them anywhere but really aren’t: cream cheese (no bagels), cheese singles (no grilled cheese), cereal… and that’s just getting started. Chilli without beans is a strange thing to see. And hah I thought the Sichuan pepper was banned because of the numbing property turns out the FDA was afraid of bacteria.

    1. Here in China all of the things you mentioned are actually relatively common, but there are plenty of things that aren’t. How about sour cream? Ohhhhh man……..

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