Found December 14, 2011 on The Outside Corner:
As someone who spent years dressing up as one of the most iconic food-based mascots in professional sports history, I have a special place in my heart for food-based logos. Yes, from 2004-2006 I was one of the Milwaukee Brewers' racing sausages. And while I treasure my time racing around the field in Milwaukee, the sausages are a mascot and not a logo. Which is why when Joe announced that we were doing a logo month here at TOC, there was really only one that I had any interest or desire in writing about. In a field of interesting minor league logos, there is one that stands out as the flakiest, the perfect compliment to a hearty breakfast or a satisfying dinner, the one logo where when you hear of its very existence makes you think of everything from late nights out with your buddies at Denny's to waking up at your childhood home and heading to the breakfast table, where mom would invariably have something waiting for you that was good for your tummy and even better for yo...
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