Fletcher’s Original Corny Dog Introduces New All-Beef Dog To Menu

In celebration of National Beef Month, Fletcher’s Original Corny Dogs is excited to announce the addition of a new menu item to their existing line-up of products. For a limited-time, fans will find an all-beef dog called MAKE MINE TEXAN at Fletcher’s Pop-Up appearances throughout the Summer. To address consumer demand, Fletcher’s worked with local meat purveyor Syracuse Sausage to create an original recipe for the company made with brisket (and other secret ingredients) to give it a natural, hickory flavor that compliments Fletcher’s proprietary cornmeal batter.

“Beef is iconic to the Texas way of life, so it only made sense for Fletcher’s Original Corny Dogs to add an all-beef product to our existing menu for customers,” said Aaron Fletcher, CEO, Fletcher’s Original Corny Dogs. “The seasoning is similar to The Original [Corny Dog] but the brisket and beef adds a much heartier Texas flavor that beef eaters are sure to love.”

MAKE MINE TEXAN is now available at Fletcher’s mobile pop-ups throughout the Summer and on their Catering menu for pick-up and delivery. Upcoming pop-up appearances include the Claymore Operations Humvee Challenge on May 8 in Coppell, HTeaO in Plano and Oak Highland Brewery in Dallas on May 16, Frisco Fresh Market & Fair on select days May 21-30, and Lonestar Park in Grand Prairie on May 31. No specific end-time for this product has been determined. Consumer demand will dictate if this product stays on the menu permanently.

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