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dippy dog

In South Australia a battered saveloy (battered sav in NSW) is known as a dippy dog: I would like a battered sav (dippy dog) with my fish and chips. Compare dagwood dog.

Contributor's comments: These are called dagwood dogs in Tasmania.

Contributor's comments: When I was a kid I also used "dagwood dog" (they were called that at the Royal Show).
dagwood dog

a battered saveloy. Compare dippy dog.

Contributor's comments: These are called dagwood dogs in Tasmania.

Contributor's comments: When I was a kid I also used "dagwood dog" (they were called that at the Royal Show).

Contributor's comments: This is a staple food at the "Ekka" each August.

Contributor's comments: "Makin', Bakin', Cookin' all the while, the hot 'n tasty Dagwood dog on a stick". Every year at the local Ag show when I was a kid for as long as I can remember.

Contributor's comments: I have also seen these things called "Pluto Pups"

Contributor's comments: Our rotary Club was told by "Showies" that Dagwood Dog is a registered Tradename of the "Showman's Guild" and we would have to find another name for our battered savs on sticks.

Contributor's comments: Dagwood dog is the term used in Adelaide. 'Iconified' by the "Dagwood Dogs" stand at the Royal Adelaide Show.