Our Philly Gourmet Burgers review is specifically written about the 100% beef patties. When found on sale these are a very affordable frozen burger option, but are they worth it? We prefer fresh ground beef for our burgers but we also know sometimes that is not an option. So on occasion frozen beef patties are easier so we typically have a box in our freezer at any given time.
We begin our Philly Gourmet Burgers Review with the package:
The package is typical of most frozen hamburger patties with a picture that is nothing like the actual product. Unless you pack 3 patties together your burger will not look like the image on the box. The ingredient listed are just Beef, this is good. Do not follow the grilling instructions on the package, unless you want hockey pucks.
Our Smithfield garlic and herb pork tenderloin review came about because I have been wanting to try some of these marinated Smithfield products. In our house we won’t buy ribs that aren’t Smithfield anymore, their ribs just turn out better. For our review we will be grilling the tenderloin as the package tell us to. We will break the review down into 3 parts the package and raw product, the grilling, and the taste.
I love a good Hotdog so in order to eat as many as possible I decided to write this Dietz & Watson black angus hotdog review. It’s package screams high quality, high-end product. This leads me to believe that this is caters to an adult taste, we will find that out very soon. Dietz & Watson products are available nation wide and you can locate them near you here.
These are all beef franks with eight 2 oz dogs in the package. This is the same as a standard size store-bought hotdog. We paid about $6 at our local grocery store that is around double of what the store brand all beef dogs cost.
To do this hotdog review we are going to grill these up as we would any hotdog, over direct medium heat for 8 to 10 minutes, rolling them around as needed. These are more red in color than most other grocery store wieners. That should mean more spice since there is no artificial color on the ingredient list.
On the grill they appear to sweat a bit more than a typical hotdog and they did not split open over the heat like some brands will.
To the meat of our Dietz & Watson black angus hotdog review: the taste.
Let’s start with the fact that these were very good it just has a flavor that I am having a hard time describing here. The ingredient list has mustard powder and paprika and my guess is you won’t find many other hotdogs with that combo. While we couldn’t pick out that Angus flavor by itself these dogs do have a very good beef flavor. They also paired well with my preferred condiments of stadium mustard and onions. I was very impressed when I tried one with ketchup. It was almost like a perfect flavor pairing I am very impressed with them now.
While the good people of Chicago may not appreciate these hotdogs I think most people would. They are made for an adult pallet, we enjoyed them very much.
Since this article was written these have become our households “Go to hotdog”
If your into reading the ingredients of your hotdogs here you go.
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