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Hawaiian Restaurant Chain Wraps Its Hot Dogs In An Innovative Bun

July 17, 2015: 12:00 AM EST
A small but growing Hawaiian hot dog restaurant chain has invented, and popularized, a new way to wrap a hot dog or any kind of sausage. The restaurants and the wrap are called Puka Dog, a name derived from an island word that means bicycle spoke. The dough for the bun is specially baked at a company bakery on rods that create a hefty cylinder of bread. Into that go the condiments – lilikoi mustard, mango or papaya relish, garlic lemon secret sauce – and then the hot dog or sausage. “It’s like a festival in your mouth,” says owner Rick Quinette. “And a neat one, at that.”
Brittany Lyte, "Not your average lunch in a bun", The Garden Island, July 17, 2015, © Thegardenisland.com
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