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Kitchen Art Ham Dogger

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  • Makes 1/4 lb. hot dog shaped hamburger patties
  • Easy to use
  • Durable plastic
  • Dishwasher safe
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 9.5 x 5.1 x 2 inches ; 5.6 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 5.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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  • ASIN: B002DZ5LGI
  • Item model number: 18550
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (77 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #14,644 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Product Description

Now you can please both the hot dog and hamburger lover. You will never have to buy two kinds of buns when you have Kitchen Art Ham Dogger. The Ham Dogger is easy to use and makes 1/4 lb. hot dog shaped hamburger patties. Make specialty dogs using ground sausage or turkey.

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The components don't fit together well.
Mike
I love hot dogs and hamburgers and this is a great way to eat ground beef and also use a hot dog bun to do it..
Jack Ferber
Great Gift Item and functional more family members have them now.
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161 of 170 people found the following review helpful By Timothy B. Riley HALL OF FAMETOP 50 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on October 20, 2012
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I have been on a little bit of a hot dog kick lately and I decided to try this little gadget out. It seems cute and well made. I used 80/20 ground beef and sprayed the inside of the Ham Dogger with a non-stick spray. In order to keep the ham dog from falling apart I had to hand roll it into a cylinder before I put it in the mold. The ham dog shrunk quite a bit during cooking so if I had it to do over I might have used a 90/10 ground beef mix although the resulting ham dog would not have been as tasty as it was.

My final conclusion is that, although this is an inexpensive, nifty little item, I can roll a better hot dog shaped hamburger with my own hands. I decided to make this little video so that you can judge for yourself. I hope that it is helpful to you.
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14 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Running Man on August 11, 2013
Simple fact: hamburger shrinks when cooked. The perfectly formed 1/4 lb. raw hamburger starts out the length and girth of a hot dog, but then shrinks about 1/3 in length while cooking and fattening a bit until it no longer fits in a standard hot dog bun. In fact, they do end up looking like short, fat little turds.

Nice idea, but the maker must not have thought he/she would sell very many if the mold produced longer and skinnier raw "hamdogs" that would shrink to the actual size of a hot dog.

It would be better and easier to find a cup or container that measures out 1/4 lb. of ground beef and then roll your own to a more appropriate length before cooking. This product is way too much work to end up with stubby little turd-like hamburgers, UNLESS YOU ARE TRYING TO ELIMINATE USING A 2ND SLICE OF BREAD when making a hamburger. This product will create a 1/4 lb. "Nugget" that you can wrap in a single slice of bread. Maybe that is it's best use.
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16 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Boston Bean on September 25, 2011
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This looked kind of gimmicky , but the reviews by the other customers moved me to try it. One of the reviews aid they used plastic wrap. I had some waxed burger paper sheets, so I thought I'd try them. I put the paper in the bottom, and added the hamburg, Then I pressed the meat, and after removing the rolled meat just rolled the paper around the rest of the meat, and put them in the freezer on a tray. When they were frozen I then put them in a freezer bag, for later use. Try it, it's a nifty little item, and it does a great job.
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24 of 30 people found the following review helpful By CAS MARINO on November 2, 2012
I never suffered the desire of some to have hamburgers and hot dogs all be of uniform size and shape and fit one universal bun.

I believe in diversity. In people, and in grill meats.

What I DID salivate and jump joyously for was the fact that now virtually anything that can hold its form (either raw or mixed with a breading or dough or semi-frozen) can now be dogged, dipped, and fried on a stick.

I am still going nuts with the possibilities, but turn anything you want into a meatball paste, and dip it in tempura or beer batter, and ooh Daddy. I also bake them to insure they're cooked through.

But I have indeed also gone old-school and made meat mix into a no-casing sausage and pan grilled the result, and plainly and simply, this product easily does as it promises.

Unique multi-piece design makes for a bit of a learning curve, but also makes for brilliant clean-up.
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20 of 27 people found the following review helpful By BeachBumBob on September 3, 2012
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Since I saw and read how a little hot dog stand, that is inside the Olympic Golf Course, San Francisco, that plays the U.S. Open course, called Hot Dog Bill's Hamburger Stand is such a big hit with the golfers for over nearly 50 years, I thought I'd give it a try to recreate it.

In one of the articles that I read, it said that members at Olympic could buy a meat mold, like the one at Hot Dog Bills in their Golf Pro shop, but when I went to their web page, I guess if you are a non-member you are not going to able to buy it.

So the next best thing was to buy something like it here on Amazon. All I can say is, that it will take a little time to get use to it and to determine the right amount of ground beef to put into it so it doesn't over flow the tube, but after awhile I got the hang to it and was able to come up some hamburger dogs, like the ones that the Daughter that took over her father's business at Hot Dog Bills on the golf club makes and Boy! did they taste great!

I seasoned them up with a little lawry's season salt, added some fresh cut onions and some Trader Joes organic ketchup, and I was forced to eat two! Ha Ha yes there was a gun to my head ha ha ha

Your Kids Will Love Um!

Just make sure that you get the bigger, more sturdy type hot dog buns at the market as the ball park buns I used were just ok. On youtube , just type hamburger dog in search and or look up All-American Burger Dog!, still on Youtube with the fun teaching chef from foodwishes , who will show you how he cooks his and season it right.

One of my friends that I cooked one up for is going to purchase one for his family, something for a nice change if you are going to do backyard BBQ's or picnics...
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Roger Farnham on January 5, 2013
Yes the product works as described. I like the product but I rarely use it. The thing is that it is actually easier (for me) to simply roll out the hamburger by hand. I like to then fry the burger until done, roll it up in a corn tortilla, pin it with a toothpick, and toss it back into the pan to crisp the tortilla. Add a little salsa or other condiment and it is a new take on an old favorite. If you "roll your own" there is no cleanup at the end.
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