#7 Hebrew National Beef Franks from The Best (and Worst) Hot Dogs to Buy Slideshow

The Best (and Worst) Hot Dogs to Buy Slideshow

Casey Friedman
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#8 Boar’s Head Beef Frankfurters

Bringing up the rear was Boar’s Head Beef Frankfurters. With absolutely no redeeming comments except the wishy-washy "OK taste," these franks earned their ranking of dead last. The majority of the objections came from the "very tough outside." One editor even complained that the "tough exterior made me gag!" Adding to the list are charges of "too salty," "too thick," "greasy," "chewy," and to tie it all together "tastes like cardboard." This was the only dog that all the editors seemed to completely agree on, which is very surprising considering the high quality typically associated with Boar’s Head products.