WE TASTE-TESTED 10 HOT DOGS, HERE ARE THE BEST, Julia Moskin
"The Brooklyn Hot Dog Company’s hot dog, smoky with good beef flavor." Source
A SNAPPY DOG, Tina Ujlaki
"I was in a hurry a few weeks back, so I picked up a package of hot dogs from The Brooklyn Hot Dog Company to grill for a quick and easy dinner. I served them with a small array of fixings—kimchi, sauerkraut, fried onions and leftover aioli and ratatouille. The long, thin dogs have natural casings, with a great snap when you bite into them. Made with beef and pork, they reminded me of the lighter-style European hot dogs I grew up eating, which came in linked pairs from the butcher or, believe it or not, from a can. I looked at the packaging while I was cleaning up and was shocked to read the nutritional panel, which has the all-natural, no additives..." Source
EVEN A LOWLY SUMMER JOB CAN PROPEL YOUR CAREER, Virginia Backaitis
"...Not only that, but working in restaurants helped turn him into a foodie, the kind who likes healthy cuisine, which didn’t mesh well with the 35-year-old Brooklynite’s love for hot dogs... Most wieners are full of nitrates and fillers, a situation that he and co-founder Justin Neiser set out to change by creating hot dogs made with antibiotic-free meats and natural casings..." Source
"THE TEST KITCHEN'S FAVORITE HOT DOGS RIGHT NOW"
FIVE HOT DOGS TO TRY ON NATIONAL HOT DOG DAY, Alex Frank
"One of the first things you see on the Brooklyn Hot Dog Company’s website is “Using fresh ingredients, no nitrates, no fillers, natural casing,” which means that pretty much every type of dog you find there is going to be A-Okay. They’ve got the classic kinds covered, but here’s where you can get experimental and try the Pepperoni Dog or the Gyro Dog, which has a special kick made up of Mediterranean spices." Source
GOOD BUY, Erica Marcus
"Center Moriches-raised Tony Fragogiannis and Port Jefferson's Justin Neiser are the driving forces behind the Williamsburg-based Brooklyn Hot Dog Company. The dogs contain no nitrates or fillers and are stuffed into natural (sheep) casings that lend them to a great snap. The dogs are long (about 8 inches) and lean—really, they have about a third of the fat in a Nathan's frank. The five varieties are Classic Beef, Beef & Pork, Gyro (beef and pork with Mediterranean seasonings), Pepperoni (beef and pork) and Buffalo Chicken (chicken and pork with a kick). Packages sell for about $10 at Christina's Epicure in East Norwich, Justin's Chop Shop in Westhampton, fresh direct.com and all Southdown Marketplaces, North Shore Farms and Iavarones. " Source
THE FIVE BEST HOT DOGS YOU CAN BUY, Kashana Cauley
"The Brooklyn Hot Dog Company dog is light and balanced, the overall taste that of a more subtle version of the ballpark hot dog. When cooked via the water + butter method described previously, these franks develop a clean, crisp taste and snap back pleasingly when bit.
THE BEST HOT DOGS OF 2014, Epicurious EditorsSource
7 TAILGATING SNACK FOODS AND ACCESSORIES, Heath Goldman
"The Brooklyn Hot Dog Company Hot Dog Sampler: Upgrade your standard franks to this artisan variety pack of spicy beef and pork pepperoni, chicken and pork, and classic beef links.
NEW YORK'S FAVORITE STREET MEAT GETS AN ALL-NATURAL UPGRADE, Kat HerrimanSource
TEN OF THE VERY BEST HOT DOGS IN BROOKLYN, Sarah Zorn
"If you intend to make a dent in Hop Shop’s roster of 100+ bottles and 14 drafts, you’ll want to steel your stomach with a couple of Brooklyn Hot Dog Company-sourced franks, such as smoked and uncured beef, pork, anise and fennel-infused “pepperoni,” and spicy chicken “buffalo,” flavored with vinegar, paprika and cayenne."Source
THE 20 BEST HOT DOGS IN NYC, Dan Q Dao and Lauren Rothman
Frankel's Delicatessen & Appetizing
"Hot dog lovers can appreciate the shop’s freshly griddled Brooklyn Hot Dog Company franks, which are long, skinny and generously loaded with sauerkraut..."
WIENER OF YOUR DREAMS, Matt Hatchell
"I had a little pool party BBQ last week (peep that grill work!) and no less than 3 people came over to talk just about the dogs. Quality comes through in the taste. And when all the moms heard about how good they were, they had no trepidations giving them to their kids. Converts everywhere.
BROOKLYN HOT DOGS ARE F'N DELICIOUS, Eric Giroux
"Remember hot dogs? You know, your favorite food from age 6 to 13? But then, somewhere between puberty and faking being an adult, you heard so many jeers from high-horse ridin’, health conscious d-bags, that you decided to put down the wieners for good. Too many times, you were badgered by the rhetorical (yet impossible to answer) question: 'omg, do you like even know what’s in that?' Celebrate today my friends, because today is the day you can put that succulent wiener back in your mouth and answer the stupid-ass “ingredient” question with confidence. Enter The Brooklyn Hot Dog Company.
THE BETTER GRIND (Dog Days | Summer Issue), Kristina Erfe Pines
"BKHDCO is vigilant about the quality of their products, the sourcing of their ingredients, and the process in which they're created. I couldn't imagine a better way to break out the barbecue this summer than with this great American staple."Source