Field Roast Frankfurters.
I followed the directions on the package for these to prepare them. I boiled a couple of them, still in their casing, for 10 minutes. This caused some funky red oily liquid to get into the water, so if you do this, don't plan on using the leftover water for anything unless you want funky red liquid in it. Also, it smelled really weird. Not really bad, just… weird.
Once I fished them out of the water and removed them from their casing, I gave them a taste. I found the texture to be kind of hard and oddly dry. Not super pleasant. It had an okay hot-dog-flavor, but was entirely unsuitable for my planned usage (which was to mix it into macaroni and cheese). I ended up eating a few more chunks of it with some ketchup, which helped the flavor some, but the texture still wasn't great. I may try the alternative grilling instructions later and see if that helps the texture any. If I do, I'll be sure to update this review.
Texture - hard and dry - not great
Flavor - relatively hot-dog-ish but a little better with ketchup
Final grade for this attempt: C