Grilling Out with Applegate

Happy 5th of July!

Even though the 4th of July is over, there’s still plenty of time for grilling out in the hot summer months!

I was recently contacted by Applegate, which I have loved for such a long time. Their meats are organic and all-natural and most importantly, taste fantastic! You’ve probably seen or heard about their “Cleaner wiener” campaign and I love how clever it is. They’re really working on cleaning up America’s favorite meats!

Applegate was kind enough to send me a whole box of their delicious meat products, and there’s no better way to enjoy them than on the grill!

A few facts about Applegate:

  • Applegate meats are simple: just beef, water, sea salt and spices–and they have much less fat and sodium than other hot dogs
  • They’re made with meat from animals never administered antibiotics or hormones
  • Like all Applegate products, they contain no artificial ingredients or preservatives
So, let’s get grillin’!

These were my absolute favorite. I love hot dogs, and these had a smoky, apple flavor that was the perfect salty-sweet combo.

Once I grilled some of these, I only wished I would have bought crescent dough to make pigs in a blanket, but these were so delicious on their own.

And what’s the best accompaniment to hot dogs? Pasta salad and corn on the cob! Not just any corn on the cob, I slathered the corn with light butter, sprinkled it with chili powder and sea salt and placed it on the grill for 20 minutes. Perfection.

Perfect summer supper!

Disclaimer: The Applegate products have been provided by Applegate and my opinions are completely my own.

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About Alexa

Hi! I'm Alexa, and I'm a 27-year-old living and working in Elmsford, NY. I dream about food, cooking and could bake all day long if you let me. If you have any suggestions, comments, or just want to say hi, send me an email:
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