This is a sponsored conversation written by me of behalf of Ball Park Park’s Finest. The opinions and text are all mine, as is the recipe for Pineapple, Bacon, and Teriyaki Hot Dogs.
Looking to up your grilling hot dog cred? These Pineapple, Bacon, and Teriyaki Hot Dogs are packed with flavor, only have 6 ingredients, and are done in under 20 minutes.
Want to make Asheley really happy at your next backyard BBQ? Simple. Just grill her up a hot dog. Seriously. She’ll be one happy girl… well, as long as there is plain yellow mustard to go along with it. Not spicy brown mustard. Not dijon. And don’t even try that whole grain stuff. Plain yellow mustard…the more nondescript of a brand, the better.
And don’t get me wrong. I’ll very happily eat a hot dog (ketchup and mustard, thank you very much), but I’m also all about getting a bit creative with my toppings.
Now that I think of it, do you know what would be a pretty legit idea? Set out a huge spread of all epic toppings, and let guests create their own hot dog creation. I’d be all over that. I’ll be keeping that nugget of goodness fresh in my head for the next backyard bash I throw.
One great flavor combo you should definitely try? Pineapple, Bacon, and Teriyaki Hot Dogs. Scallions too. Obvi.
There’s this hot dog joint in the city called Crif Dogs that Asheley and I totally love. They have all these creative hot dog flavors, one of which is called the Tsunami Dog. And this is the recreation of that glorious, glorious hot dog.
And hey, if you are looking to take your hot dog experience to the next level, check out your local grocery for Ball Park Park’s Finest. It’s a premium hot dog that’s packed with big, bold flavors… and you all know how much I love huge flavors. These dogs are made with 100% beef and are free of all fillers and artificial stuff. Look for all 5 flavors at your market!
Oh… remember how I was telling you back when I was grilling up those Mexican Street Corn Hot Dogs that the Ball Park Brand was going to try and set the Guinness World Record for the Longest Team Barbecue Marathon in NYC? Well, mission accomplished. They grilled for 34 hours and 35 minutes (over 3,000 hot dogs) straight! And this is the coolest part. They donated the hot dogs to City Harvest, a food rescue organization.
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This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Ball Park. The opinions and text are all mine.