Two New Asian Hot Dog Vendors Continue the Advancement of the Sausage Arts

Edwin Goei • OC Weekly • October 2, 2019
Sumo Dog. Photo by Edwin Goei Is there anything more American than taking what was originally from another culture and improving it a little? It allegedly happened with the hot dog in the early 1900s when a German sausage vendor in St. Louis lent...
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