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Their newest offering will hit the market just in time for Memorial Day

It seems as if you can’t turn a corner without encountering something bacon-related these days. And while just about every hot dog stand is offering a bacon-wrapped variety, we wager that there are very few that are offering hot dogs with bacon inside of them. But for those who need bacon infused into everything they eat, Oscar Mayer has announced that they’ll be rolling out Bacon Dogs by the end of the month.

Actual pieces of bacon will be studded into the dogs, which will also contain chicken, turkey, and other pork products, according to a release. The packaging will also feature a photo of sizzling bacon, just to reinforce that this isn’t an ordinary hot dog.

"We know Americans love bacon, and we know they love hot dogs, so it seemed like the perfect time for us to introduce our first hot dog made with bacon," Oscar Mayer brand director Jared Baker said in a statement.

While the Bacon Dogs will most likely be the most high-profile hot dog release this summer, the brand is also launching a couple of additional new products. There’s the Smokies Smoked Sausages, which will use the same formula as their discontinued "Lil Smokies" but come in a 14-ounce size, and they’re also rolling out chicken breast Oscar Mayer Selects, which will contain no hormones or gluten.


Hot Dog Diaries

Amazon can keep its drones.

Food Network’s Sandwich King Jeff Mauro and Oscar Mayer are teaming up to bring a specially equipped jet pack called the Super Hotdogger to deliver hot dogs to Chicagoans to kick off summer.

Look for Oscar Mayer’s Super Hotdogger in Chicago to kick off hot dog grilling season in Mid-July.

Mauro has even added three brand new hot dog recipes to liven up your grill this summer. And don’t even ask Mauro if a sandwich is really a hot dog. He’ll run down a list of reasons why it is that would rival a biology lecture – bandying about terms like kingdom, phylum, class, order family, genus, and species. You don’t become King without knowing your subject.

Mauro himself will be tooling around Manhattan today in the iconic Wienermobile, tempting people with his new recipes.

Growing up in Elmwood Park, Mauro is no stranger to the Chicago style hot dog – he lived within a sport pepper throw of the iconic Johnny’s Red Hots on North Avenue, where he just recently got a “couple Italian ices, and beef combos, sweet, hot, and dipped.” Chicago parlance never sounded so authentic.

When it comes to Chicago dogs, Mauro’s heart belongs to Gene and Jude’s in River Grove. “There’s something about that Depression-style dog that just hits the spot,” he said when I spoke with him this morning from his New York hotel room. “It has the classic ingredients – the relish, the mustard, the onions, the celery salt – all the stuff that makes a great dog, and nothing high-falutin’ about it.”

Mauro’s hot dog creations for Oscar Mayer are a bit more high-falutin’ but they sound delicious.

There’ the NYC Bagel Dog that comes with a delicious

“schmear,” an Opa! Dog that is Greek-inspired, with tzatziki sauce, mint, and more, and a triple-meat Mexican-Hawaiian

hybrid Three Big Ol’ Piggy Dog that features pulled pork, an Oscar Meyer pork dog, pineapple and other good stuff.

“I had to resist the temptation to add a fried egg to the New York dog, because it’s a great breakfast dog,” Mauro said. “But everyone can feel free to do it.”

It’s Summer! It’s hot dog season!

Put what you like on your dog and give these recipes a try.

No ketchup, though – after all, this is Chicago.

The NYC Bagel Dog (Oscar Mayer, Courtesy of Jeff Mauro)

4 Oscar Mayer 100% Angus hot dog – split down the middle
1 cup scallion cream cheese
8 slices of crispy Oscar Mayer bacon, crumbled
2 tablespoons very thinly sliced fresh chive
1 recipe everything bagel shake
4 New England Style Split top roll – buttered and griddled until golden brown

The Opa! Dog! (Oscar Mayer, Courtesy of Jeff Mauro)

4 Oscar Mayer 100% Angus hot dog
1 recipe Saganaki Strips
1 recipe Harissa Tzatziki Sauce
Sliced Pepperoncini
1 recipe pickled red onion
Fresh mint, chiffonade
4 Sesame seed hot dog buns

The Three Big Ol’ Piggy Dog (Oscar Mayer, Courtesy of Jeff Mauro)

4 Oscar Mayer 100% Pork Hot Dogs
8 slices of Oscar Mayer bacon
1 recipe slow-cooker carnitas
1 recipe avocado lime crema
½ cup fresh cilantro, chopped
¼ cup grated cotija cheese
Pickled red Fresno chile slices (or pickled sliced cherry pepper)
4 Hawaiian hot dog buns


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Early years Edit

German immigrant Oscar F. Mayer (1859–1955), born in Kösingen, Germany, began working at a meat market in Detroit, Michigan, and later in Chicago, Illinois. In 1883, Mayer and his brother Gottfried leased the Kolling Meat Market on the near-northside of Chicago. The Mayer brothers sold bratwurst, liverwurst, and weißwurst, which were popular in the predominantly German neighborhoods around their Chicago meat market. [1] [2] [3]

As the meat market's popularity grew, it expanded its storefront and participated in sponsoring local events including the 1893 Chicago World's Fair. [4] By 1900, the company had 43 employees and Chicago-wide delivery service. In 1904, Oscar Mayer began branding its meats to capitalize on their popularity, beginning an industry-wide trend. Early company specialties were "Old World" sausages and Westphalian hams, soon followed by bacon and wieners. In 1906, Oscar Mayer & Co. was among the first to volunteer to join the newly created federal meat inspection program. In 1919, the company made its first major expansion, with the purchase of a processing plant in Madison, Wisconsin. The plant quickly proved to be a profitable, efficient operation, and in 1957 Madison became the corporate headquarters.

Kraft ownership Edit

For nearly a century, Oscar Mayer remained an independent company owned primarily by descendants of the Mayer brothers who started it. In 1981, Oscar Mayer stockholders elected to sell the company to General Foods. Four years later, Philip Morris acquired General Foods, and in 1989 merged General Foods with the newly acquired Kraft Foods transforming it into Kraft General foods. Shares of Kraft Foods were first offered to the public via an initial public offering in 2001. Altria Group (formerly Philip Morris) spun off remaining shares of Kraft Foods to Altria shareholders in 2007.

On November 4, 2015, owner Kraft Heinz announced it would move the Oscar Mayer headquarters and the company's U.S. meats business from Madison to Chicago. The company also announced plans to consolidate its production facilities during the two following years, resulting in the shutdown of seven North American manufacturing facilities: Fullerton, California, San Leandro, California, Federalsburg, Maryland, St. Marys, Ontario, Campbell, New York, Lehigh Valley, Pennsylvania and Madison.

In August 2017, Bloomberg Businessweek reported that the company planned to spend $10 million to reinvent the hot dog for a more health-conscious consumer. According to company research, this new strategy could increase sales of their hot dogs by 6%. [5]

Oscar Mayer had several advertisements on TV involving young children, including the Oscar Mayer Wiener ad in 1963. The commercial shows a young girl leading a group of children, singing about what they would get if they "were an Oscar Mayer wiener". It was written by Richard D. Trentlage. [6]

A 1973 TV commercial featured 4-year-old Andy Lambros holding a fishing rod and sandwich while singing, "My bologna has a first name, it's 'O-S-C-A-R'. ". [7] [8] It became one of the longest-running TV commercials in the country. [9]

A very early commercial jingle, possibly limited to radio, went something like this: "Acquire / the desire / to buy Oscar Mayer. / Famous for quality since 1883. / Look for the famous yellow band. / All meat sausage, / flavor's grand. / Be a wise and happy buyer, / and buy Oscar Mayer." The actual words of the jingle may be slightly different.

Oscar Mayer is known for its Wienermobile, which has toured the United States for over 70 years. The first Wienermobile was created in 1936. [10]

In 2019, Oscar Mayers started sponsoring Ryan Newman in the NASCAR cup series in the number 6 Roush Fenway Racing car.


The Wienermobile used to be a lot smaller

The Wienermobile was the brainchild of Oscar Mayer's nephew, and it's been around since 1936. It's always looked like a giant hot dog, but part of the original concept has fallen to the side of the road.

The Wienermobile was originally manned by a little person hired to dress as chef "Little Oscar" and promote Oscar Mayer products on cross-country road trips. Joe White played Little Oscar for 20 years, and told the LA Times, "My job was to sell wieners. That was my job, and it and the Wienermobile were both a great ride!"

You'd recognize a few of the other men who've donned the guise of Little Oscar over the years, too. Meinhardt Raabe and Jerry Maren both achieved fame as Munchkins from the classic film The Wizard of Oz, and you'd recognize George Molchan, too. He spent 20 years working in the Wienermobile, and another 16 playing Little Oscar at Oscar Mayer's Disney World restaurant. He was the longest-reigning Little Oscar, according to The LA Times, and he passed away in 2005.


Oscar Mayer Bacon Scented Laces bring the sizzle wherever you go

Do you live the bacon life? The new Oscar Mayer Bacon Scented Laces could be the ultimate food fashion accessory for bacon fans. Whether you add some sizzle to some old sneakers or break out a fresh pair of kicks, these new laces might make you have a craving to eat some more bacon.

Few aromas are more tempting that bacon frying in the pan. That delicious smell can even wake the snarky teenage boy from his deep slumber. In just a whiff, that flavor of cured meat goodness can make many people&rsquos stomachs growl.

Food and fashion have become popular pairs. Whether is it a t-shirt that proclaims your favorite cereal or the hat that proudly shares your favorite beverage, people want to proclaim their likes for all to see.

While food fashion can be boldly colored and creative, it isn&rsquot often scented. While food TV fans have often longed for smell-o-vision, scents are a vital part of appreciating food. Anyone who can&rsquot smell can appreciate that food doesn&rsquot taste as good.

Megan Lang, associate director, Oscar Mayer said, &ldquoThere are few things better than the delicious smell of freshly cooked Oscar Mayer Bacon, but you shouldn&rsquot have to turn on the stove to fill your nostrils with the heavenly scent. We know bacon lovers can&rsquot get enough of it, so we&rsquove created these bacon-scented laces to give fans the chance to carry their bacon love everywhere, whether they&rsquore styling the hottest new sneakers or sizzling up an old pair of shoes.&rdquo

The new Oscar Mayer Bacon Scented Laces bring food fashion to a new level. While it would be great for these laces to be available in stores, the reality is that they are only available to a lucky few. From March 26 through April 1, everyone can enter to win a pair on Twitter with the tags #OscarCookMyKicks and #Sweepstakes. There will be 1,500 winners.

Isn&rsquot it time to lace up your love of bacon? Do you want a pair of Oscar Mayer Bacon Scented Laces?


Bacon Wrapped Hot Dog Bites

We all know the rule “don’t eat with your hands,” but these Bacon Wrapped Hot Dog Bites are the perfect excuse for an exception. They’re so easy to make, and honestly, is bacon wrapped anything ever a bad idea?

¼ tsp. Ground Red Pepper [Cayenne]

Wrap bacon around each hot dog piece.

Roll in combined sugar and pepper, coat evenly.

Place seam side down in foil lined rimmed baking sheet.

Bake 22-24 minutes or until bacon is crisp + golden brown, turn after 12 minutes.

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Meathead's Ultimate Hot Dog

With all the variations of hot dog available, none of them perfectly satisfy me, although the Chicago Dog comes close. So here's my ideal hot dog:

1 fresh baked bun long enough to hold it all. This may be the trickiest part. For my ultimate dog I do not use the flimsy hot dog bun. I look for a fresh baked oblong bun about 7" long and 3" high. I want a soft center that will make a pocket for the dog and all the ingredients. I also want a crunchy crust but nothing so tough as a baguette. A hard crust will cause the dog to squirt out the end and onto the lap of the person across from you. Slice it open and toast it on the grill.

1 bun length jumbo hot dog. A Sabrett. But they're hard to find outside NY and NJ, so try Hebrew National or the Oscar Mayer XXL Premium Beef Frank. It's not a bland kid's dog and it's big enough to fill the bun. Most of the other dogs in my grocery are too small. And don't turn your nose up at Oscar Meyer. The Premium is for adults. The others are for kids. Cut an X in the ends and cook on a grill until there are char marks but don't allow the casing to burn or blister. Place in the bun.

1 long thick squirt Dijon-style mustard. Peanut butter and jelly. Steak and potatoes. Hot dogs and mustard. The combo is unbeatable. I prefer brown, spicy Dijon style mustard's depth and complexity to ballpark yellow mustard for this recipe. Better still, try my Grownup Mustard Sauce. Lay down the mustard on one side of the top of the frank so it will act like glue to hold down the raw onions.

2 tablespoons chopped fresh onions. Chop enough onion just before using it or it can get stinky. Vidalia or Walla Walla onions are sweet, juicy, and less biting than other onions. Spread them between the frank and bun on one side only.

1/2 onion, caramelized and flavored. I love Sabrett's Onion Sauce, but frankly (ahem) I prefer caramelized onions for this recipe. Slice the remaining onion and slowly cook it in a nonstick pan with 2 pats of butter until brown throughout. When it is brown, add a splash of balsamic vinegar and a pinch of hot chipotle powder. Spread them along the other side of the frank.

1 tablespoon Japanese pickled ginger, chopped. This is the stuff you get in Japanese restaurants to garnish sushi and sashimi. You can buy it in jars in a lot of groceries nowadays. Sprinkle on top of the mustard.

Celery salt. Required in Chicago. Sprinkle lightly over the ginger.


Overnight Bacon Croissant Breakfast Casserole

  • Author: Carissa Shaw for Mom Needs Chocolate
  • Prep Time: 15 minutes
  • Cook Time: 35 minutes
  • Total Time: 8 hours, 50 minutes
  • Yield: 12 , 3/4 cup servings 1 x

Description

If you&rsquove been looking for a great one-dish breakfast recipe, you&rsquoll love this Overnight Bacon Croissant Breakfast Casserole. Bacon, cheese, and croissants in a savory egg and cream custard, prepared the night before and ready for you to pop into the oven the next morning for a hot, delicious breakfast.

Ingredients

1 -pound OSCAR MAYER Naturally Hardwood Smoked Bacon, cooked until crisp and then crumbled

4 large croissants or 8 small croissants, torn into large bite-size pieces (use bakery-style croissants, not crescent rolls)


How To Make Bacon-Wrapped Hot Dogs In The Oven

  • In the summer, cook the hot dogs on the grill but sometimes it doesn’t available. To make them easily use your oven to prepare these bacon-wrapped hot dogs to get delicious taste.
  • You can slice your hot dogs lengthwise just deep with the preferred filled cheese to create stuff and packed. Using shredded cheese if you want to. Or you can use a thin layer of cheese slice with the length of a hot dog.
  • Wrap your hot dog with the bacon and secure them with the toothpicks if needed.
  • After wrapping place them in the broiler pan.
  • Then put the pan in the oven and bake them until the bacon turned in crisp and hot dogs are sweating.

Directions

  1. Preheat an oiled grill pan 0n the low medium heat. While the grill-marked you can grill the mango and pineapple slice, 1 or 2 minutes from each side. Then set them aside to let it cool. Then slice them into the ¼ inches cubes. Take a large bowl and combine the fruits with Jalapenos, red chilli, onion, olive oil, lemon juice, and pickle relish.
  2. Then set the grill pan on the medium-high heat. Cook your bacon for just 1 to 2 minutes from each side to do some fat, not to cook. Then transfer the bacon on the paper-towel-lined platter to the drain.
  3. Make a small overall slit in the middle of each hot dog by using a sharp knife. But do not cut the all hot dog. Cut the jalapenos slice and you can unroll them into a long piece. Put 2 or 3 jalapeno strips inside the slit of each hot dog with the band into the slit. After that wrap your hot dogs with bacon and set them with the toothpicks.
  4. Use the same grill pan applied for the bacon, then cook the hot dogs to make the bacon crispy. You need to rotate the hot dogs from 5 to 6 minutes just.
  5. Grill, spread over the medium heat and broil 4 in from heat 6 to 8 minutes or until bacon is crispy and hot dogs cooked through. When they cooked, cut the toothpicks and serve them hot in rolls with onion and sauerkraut top with herbs of your choice.

Hot Dog Ingredients

  • 8 hot dogs , pre-cooked
  • ½ cup shredded cheese
  • ½ teaspoon garlic powder
  • 10 slices Oscar Mayer bacon
  • ½ cup kraft real mayo mayonnaise
  • ½ cup Heinz yellow mustard
  • ½ teaspoon onion powder
  • Salt and pepper to taste
  • 8 bakery hot dog buns, split and toasted
  • 2 cups sauerkraut, rinsed and well-drained

Summer is just here and around the corner and its the better way to keep the family and friends meeting. You can fire up the grill and get rich with the topping since. When it comes to the hot dog’s many people love to take some classic combinations.

Therefore, there are many possible toppings and combinations that make them a great taste with the hot dogs. After a day with a hectic routine, you will cook them easily and eat a good meal. Everyone wants a new summer dinner idea under my jacket offers big flavor with little effort.


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