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Fraunheimer Fine Meat
American Wagyu Beef and Heritage Pork

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American Wagyu and Heritage pork

Flavor is king with Fraunheimer, representing the pinnacle of bringing together the very best of two meats, American Wagyu beef and Heritage pork. Humanely raised, the American Wagyu beef and Heritage pork that becomes Fraunheimer sausages and hot dogs is exceptionally flavorful and has no added hormones or chemical food additives, delivering an authentic deliciousness all its own.

The History Of Fraunheimer

In the summer of 1974, the founder of Fraunheimer Fine Meat worked as a ranch hand in Montana on his great-uncle Bud Fraunhofer’s ranch. Bud was an old-school cowboy, holding to his ideals where his word was his bond and you always did things so they would stay done.That first-hand experience on the ranch with Bud as his guide was an education – on the value of hard work and the bold flavors that come from clean ingredients and beef raised as nature intended.

Fraunheimer Cooking Guide

Sausages:

  1. Stove Top - In a large frying pan over medium heat, add 3/4 cup water and the sausages. Cook the sausage for 10 to 12 minutes, turning frequently to evenly brown. Sausages will be done when they are heatedthrough to 165°F when tested with a thermometer. (Water will evaporate while cooking.)
  2. Grill - Over medium heat, grill the sausages for 2 to 3 minutes per side, or until they are heated through to 165°F when tested with a thermometer.

Hot Dogs:

  1. Stove Top - In a large frying pan over medium heat, add 3/4 cup water and the hot dogs. Cook the hot dogs for 10 to 12 minutes, turning frequently to evenly brown. Hot dogs will be done when they are heated through to 165°F when tested with a thermometer. (Water will evaporate while cooking.)
  2. Grill - Over medium heat, grill the hot dogs for 2 to 3 minutes per side, or until they are heated through to 165°F when tested with a thermometer.

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