The internet has actually come up with healthy options for hot dogs. Mostly they are grass-fed beef etc. Take a look at the article: http://health.yahoo.net/articles/nutrition/photos/healthy-hotdogs-grill-summer#0
Before Bruce Kraig spoke to the Culinary Historians, they enjoyed hot dogs and photographs at the 125 Art Club Space at the Roger Smith Hotel in midtown Manhattan.
Possibly redundant, but getting on the bacon bandwagon seems to be all the rage. The hot doggers in Arizona already make their hot dogs wrapped in bacon and then put on the grill. Which is tastier?
Luis Antonio Perez, Patty Carroll, Bruce Kraig and Shantell Jamison at the Vocalo Studio in Chicago on May 13, 2013, with book and hot dogs!
Take a look at Bruce’s latest interview with the Asbury Park Press! Nina Rizzo featured Bruce in her article “Hot Dogs Good Enough For Kids to Eat” where she and Bruce discuss the best hot dogs to purchase for kids. Bruce even provides a list! From the article:
Kraig said there are a few supermarket varieties that are acceptable in terms of quality, such as the Livingston-based Sabrett as well as Oscar Mayer, Nathan’s Famous and Hebrew National. But the more ethical choices, he said, would be Bridgewater-based Applegate Farms, Colman Natural, Gilbert’s Craft Sausages and Nature’s Rancher because they promote sustainable agriculture as well as offer all-natural products and good taste.
Great tips from our resident author, especially as we get closer to barbecue season! As always, more information (and recipes!) can be found in the book!
Take a look at this short article from the Chicago Eater! I see a familiar name in the comments section!
What do you think about Bruce’s comment?
A big plug for hot dogs and a little plug for Man Bites Dog! Check it out!
From the article:
The Superdawg itself is a large, all-beef hot dog made to a family recipe, boiled, and topped with all the condiments of a Chicago-style dog — mustard, relish, onions, a dill pickle, and hot sport peppers — plunked in a poppy-seed bun and garnished with a Superdawg specialty: a green pickled tomato.
Sounds delicious! Congratulations to Maurie and Flaurie Berman from us here at Man Bites Dog!
You can learn more about Superdawg in our book!