Washington, DC, May 8, 2008 — With food prices rising at an unprecedented pace, the National Hot Dog and Sausage Council unveiled two new recipes that are high in flavor and nutrition but low in cost.
Both recipes cost little approximately $10 and are easy to prepare — perfect for today’s busy, working families.
“Cacciatore with Italian Sausage,” which rings in at $10.50, combines two economical ingredients — sausage and pasta, which, when paired, together yield a hearty meal for a family of four.
“Grilled Taco Chili Dogs”, sure to be a hit with the kids, yields eight…
National Hot Dog and Sausage Council Releases New Chorizo Chili Recipe to Spice Up Super Bowl Parties
Washington, DC, January 31, 2008 — As Americans plan their menus for what is the secnd biggest eating day of the year —Super Bowl Sunday — the National Hot Dog and Sausage Council has released a new sausage chili recipe that is sure to be a crowd pleaser during the big game and all winter long.
“Fiery Sausage Chipotle Chili” combines the traditional ingredients of the American game day favorite with Mexican mainstays like spicy chorizo sausage, black beans and chipotle pepper. The result? A unique blend of flavors that will have your friends and family declaring, “Touchdown!
National Hot Dog Council Unveils New Collection of Kid-Friendly Recipes Kids’ Favorites Get A Makeover The Entire Family Will Love
Washington, D.C., September 10, 2007 – Juggling schoolwork and meal preparation can be challenging, especially when children are picky eaters. Experts say, however, that children’s favorite foods can be ‘anchors’ to encourage children to eat the variety of foods that are so important for their growing bodies.
The National Hot Dog Council has taken on this challenge, developing a new collection of back-to-school recipes centered on two of kid’s favorite foods—sausages and hot dogs. These recipes can be served alone or prepared with other sidedishes to offer children meals they will…
WASHINGTON, D.C., Jan. 18, 2005- New York City eats the most hot dogs according to the "Top Ten Hot Dog Eating Cities" of the National Hot Dog and Sausage Council (NHDSC). In 2004, New Yorkers consumed $112.7 million worth of frankfurters and "better for you" hot dogs using statistics prepared by Information Resources Inc.
Hot dog sales in Los Angeles and the Baltimore-Washington came in at second and third in total supermarket dollar sales.
"New Yorkers have also been known for their fondness for hot dogs", said Janet Riley, senior vice president of public affairs for the…