Re:My special hot dog available this month only!
Wow! Hey way to go! That sounds really neat!
Hot dog carts don't get called often for bar and bat mitzvas, we're usually a culinary ornament: we just look neat set up in the hall while there's fillet mignon being served to table guests but kosher-ability is built into our menus.
What this really takes me back to is my early vision for a food cart and what I really wanted to sell was fallafel. Guess how long it took me to figure out that hell on Earth, as designed for fresh fried fallafel is a steam tray.
But what if we took it to tzaziki sauce and chick peas or forget the chick peas, hummos, and put the salad on top with fresh diced tomatos and heavy on the paprika which gets hot.
Not a lot of people know this but the Chigaco "fire dog"? The heat there isn't cayenne, that's paprika.
And get this, for a breadding, how about nan or pita?
What little I know about mideastern cuisine and traditional hebrew cuisine, it's pretty much the same. Well except for Hilal and Kosher which don't have us mixing certain things but nan, yogurt, hummos (chick peas) are absolutely universal to the region.
Oh man! It just occurred to me, a just a bit of mint and with the cucumber and the yogurt
you got raita! Ooooooooooh duuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuude, that takes it way subcontinental...
Hava....nagila hava...nagila hava nagila veh nishmeha!