LOS ANGELES, CA--(Marketwired - May 01, 2013) - The Farmers Market's famed hot dog stand Fritzi Dog has debuted a brand new, delicious menu of wholesome, artisanal dogs created by Iron Chef Neal Fraser.
Created by one of California's finest culinary talents, Fraser's small batch dogs use prime cuts (never trim -- unlike most hot dogs) of humanely raised, antibiotic free, vegetarian fed meat with no added nitrates. Buns are baked fresh daily and contain no preservatives. And for those who prefer meatless, there are gourmet whole sous-vide carrot dogs and also gluten-free buns for those going against the grain.
While others dress up their dogs to make them taste good, Fritzi Dog concentrates on what matters most: the meat, the spices, and the bun. Some of LA's new favorites include
- #1 Best-Selling Garlic Dog - Cali Dog on pretzel bun with garlic aioli & crispy onions
- Bird of a Wire - Bird Dog on original bun with grilled peppers, onions, & sweet mustard
- Salsa Verde Dog - Cali Dog on original bun with salsa verde, jalapenos, cilantro, & sour cream
- Venice Dog - Cali Dog on pretzel bun with sweet mustard & jalapeno relish
- Tokyo Dog - Porker Dog on original bun with wasabi aioli, peas, Srirancha ketchup, & nori
Their famous, perfectly crisp, hand-battered corn dogs also abound. And there's nothing worse than soggy taters -- Fritzi is committed to crispy and cooks their tots and fries in nothing but antioxidant-rich, eco-friendly rice bran oil.
Fritzi Dog is also serving up a new breakfast menu featuring omelet dogs wrapped with free range eggs, egg sandwiches, sous-vide bacon, and their famous tots.
Visit The Farmers Market at Third & Fairfax near The Grove (6333 West 3rd Street) Stall # 742 to experience Fritzi Dog (www.fritzidog.com).
About Fritzi Dog
After Iron Chef Neal Fraser and gourmand John Moshay ate at every hot dog joint in town, they came up with the crazy idea to make their own artisanal dogs, to make delicious dogs without all the junk! They wanted to reinvent the dog and get rid of all the overly processed, less than desirable attributes it had become known for. Fraser brought his chef's approach and created a healthy, wholesome, and flavor-focused dog. Fritzi Dog was born and opened at The Farmers Market at Third & Fairfax right near The Grove. With an amazing menu of artisan hot dogs, corn dogs, crispy tots, and omelet dogs, Fritzi Dog uses only the finest, prime cuts of meats that are humanely raised, antibiotic-free, nitrate-free, and vegetarian fed. (www.fritzidog.com)
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