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Big City Reds @ Draegers

Melanie Wong | Oct 17, 200303:42 PM     4

At a cook-out last Friday, my favorite thing off the grill was the hot dogs! Beat out the artisanal lamb and pork cuts.

I found out that these were quarter pounders from Big City Reds purchased at Draegers. They have a smoky element and fairly assertive seasoning, although not spicy. And, they're very beefy in flavor, especially when enhanced by grilling. According to this article, they're the dog at PacBell Park.

http://www.hospitalitynewsgroup.com/a...

I like them as much Millers, which are served at A's games. Millers have more snap, but a subtler flavor.

For more info about Millers -

http://www.millerhotdogs.com/hotdogre...
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http://www.sfgate.com/cgi-bin/article...

Other opinions?

Link: http://www.bigcityreds.com

Image: http://www.bigcityreds.com/Dog%26Logo...

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