Who doesn’t love a hot dog? I sure do, especially when it is from Dog Haus. They have multiple locations, but I usually go to the one in Long Beach. There’s two hours of free parking and easy to get to. Dog Haus is known for their unique flavor combinations and King’s Hawaiian rolls used as the buns. However, as they have grown, they now have burgers, chicken, and plant-based options as well. My goto’s are usually the “Chili and the Kid”, (white American cheese, haus chili, crispy onions, and chipotle aioli) or “The Fonz” (spicy Italian sausage, pastrami, and mozzarella). But I am super excited about their new quarterly chef collaboration. This quarter they have collaborated with The Cooking Guy and No Kid Hungry. Same came up with a Japanese inspired hot dog called the Mr. Miyagi and its delicious.
The Mr. Miyagi features a deep-fried all beef dog, topped with caramelized onions, mayo, teriyaki sauce, tempura crumbles & wasabi furikake; served on 3 grilled king’s Hawaiian rolls. The textures and flavor in every bite of this hot dog is amazing. I was not a believer until I had it.
The best part about ordering the Mr. Miyagi is that for every hot dog sold, Dog Haus is donating $1 to No Kid Hungry. Not only can you fill your belly, but you can help fill a hungry child at the same time.
No Kid Hungry is a nonprofit charity that believe no child should go hungry. They are working to solve problems of hunger and poverty in both the United States and around the world. They help provide school breakfasts, summer meals and food skills education to children. Right now, they are working double time due to the coronavirus pandemic. Millions of children have lost healthy meals that they depend on as the virus keeps schools closed nationwide.
If you want to get involved with helping to feed hungry children click here for more info.
So, get off your booty, order the Mr. Miyagi and some tater tots and help feed hungry children.
Dog Haus - Multiple locations
No Kid Hungry