It’s easy for anyone to cook The Original Round Dog to perfection. That’s because its patented shape and size allows for more meat to meet the heat. Unlike traditional hot dogs, they don’t roll around the gill, so they cook more evenly. And you don’t have to split them in half to give them more surface area. A couple of minutes on each side and they’re done! Plus, the Flavor Ridges create the ideal cooking surface, so you get just the right amount of caramelization.
Currently, the Original Round Dog comes in two varieties:
● Black Angus Beef: made from 100% hand-trimmed, domestically-raised, Black Angus beef and our secret spice blend
● Pork & Black Angus Beef: this special blend starts out with select cuts of premium cuts of pork, all sourced from small farms that we know and trust, blended with Black Angus beef and our secret seasoning
There are also several flavors under development including Smokey Bacon & Vermont Cheddar and one so new and exciting we’re not ready to share it just yet!
The traditional hot dogs you find in the supermarket are about 1.5 to 2 ounces each, which means that the average adult typically eats two to feel satisfied. The Original Round Dog is 3.5 ounces each, so it’s more than twice the size of a traditional hot dog.
Yes! In 2010, the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) released a statement declaring hot dogs as posing the greatest risk to children, as they cause more choking risks than any other food due to their shape. They suggest cutting hot dogs lengthwise to change their shape. Since The Original Round Dog is flat, rather than cylindrical, it reduces the chances of children choking on these. The Round Dog is also skinless, which is a request we heard from a lot of parents, and can easily be cut into small pieces if desired.
I always either have too many hot dog buns left over or I run short. I wish there was a solution. Any ideas?
One of the best things about the Round Dog, aside from its taste, is the fact that you never have to buy hot dog buns again. You can use a hamburger bun, sandwich roll, or really any round roll you like, since they’re the same shape as a Round Dog. Sorry, hot dog bun makers!