I'm going to be frank with you, Oscar Mayer asked me if I'd be interested in having a cookout featuring their hot dogs and, by the way, they'd sponsor it. "Yes, yes, yes!" I said "And I have the perfect occasion." I'm captain of my Neighborhood Watch and we were planning our next meeting with some of my town's finest. Nothing brings the neighbors out like the news of a free neighborhood cookout and I knew the supply of wieners would be safe with about ten cops on hand. Neighborhood Watch (NW) is an excellent program and I strongly suggest everyone have a program on their block. NW isn't just about crime prevention. It's about knowing your neighbors, being involved with your community, watching out for each other (we have a number of elderly residents who live alone) and coming together in times of natural disaster. Be aware, be prepared and participate in civic life!
When I was in Chicago a couple weeks back, I was able to ketchup with the WienerMobile in person. You can follow the adventures of the WienerMobile and the Hotdoggers who occupy it by going to their their blog HotDoggerBlog.com. I'm sorry, but you gotta just crack up when you see the WienerMobile rolling down the street at you. But, hey, any chance to smile is a chance I'll take!
Oscar Mayer Hot Dogs come in a pretty wide variety. I particularly relish the ALL Beef Bun Length ones. Because what is more annoying than bun overage? I mean really....You know you've been there. The Bun Length Hot Dogs solve that issue. I also learned that at Oscar Mayer "hot dogs" are really an umbrella term that includes "weiners" and "franks" under it. There are so many varieties, just go pick your favorite to put in your