This post is sponsored by Applegate. All opinions are my own.
I say it's best to stick with Applegate's 100% grass-fed beef hot dogs (raised without antibiotics or hormones). They are truly the "cleaner weiner."
Don't stop at the hot dog for heathier ingredients. Buy Sir Kensington mustard and ketchup along with Vermont Bread Company's Natural Potato Hot Dog Buns. None of these products contain high fructose corn-syrup or any artifical ingredients.
What I love about hot dogs is that you don't need any special grilling skills to successfully cook them. My daughter had a blast cooking them up over an open fire for the family....you Grill Girl!
Dad loved getting a break from grilling. We all agree that Applegate hot dogs are now our favorite dog.
Well, there might be one dog that we love over Applegate hot dogs... but she would probably sell us out for just one Applegate hot dog!!!
Weekly Menu Plan:
Sunday: Chicken Francese, Lemon Barley Pilaf, Green Bean Salad
Meatless Monday: Traditional Succotash (thaw)
Tuesday: Shrimp and Cellophane Noodles
Thursday: Slow Cooker Pulled Pork, Brioche Buns, Cole Slaw
Friday: Hot Dogs, Baked Beans, Roasted Potatoes and Salad
Saturday: Grilled Chicken with Moroccan Spiced Rub and Couscous with Cucumber and Tomato Salad