Baton Rouge's own Frankie's Dawg House
is under new management (Brian Medlin of All-Star Catering
) and also has a new featured hot dog. The "Jay Ducote Dawg" (yes, I have a hot dog named after me, I guess I'm big time now!) features a Nathan's 100% beef frank on a locally baked bun and topped with shredded cheddar cheese, crispy bacon, jalapeno's, and the new "Bite and Booze Louisiana BBQ Sauce!" You probably ought to go give one a try and let me know what you think. Nathan Lemoine did, and I quote, "Sauce was boss." Brian Haldane from Talk 107.3 tweeted, "...@biteandbooze
had the Jay Ducote dog from Frankie's! Unbelievably good!!!" Here it is in all of its glory:
|Jay Ducote Dawg from Frankie's Dawg House in Baton Rouge, LA |
|Menu Board at Frankie's Dawg House Describing the Jay Ducote Dawg|
Bite and Booze BBQ Sauce, you wonder? I've been playing around with my own BBQ sauce and I'm very happy with the results so far. I'm calling it a Louisiana BBQ Sauce because of the notable choices to include certain Louisiana ingredients such as Cane Syrup, Creole Mustard, Pepper Sauce, and, of course, Louisiana Craft Beer (Tin Roof Perfect Tin Amber
, to be exact). Aside from those, it is cooked down with fresh onion and garlic instead of the powdered crap and is a tomato based sauce with layers of sweet and spicy flavors that I feel pay tribute to what people around here like in their barbecue sauce. I'm hoping to be making more soon and getting it out there a little bit before I try to figure out the next steps of nutrition labels and bottling. With a little luck, you might actually see it in a store before too long! Until then, let me know if you'd like a bottle and I'll do my best to accommodate!
|Batch #3 of the Bite and Booze Louisiana BBQ Sauce|
|Frankie's Dawg House off Perkins near the Overpass|
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