"After years of traveling the world and enjoying different dishes and trying almost every kind of food (almost)...we came to the realization that people around the world love hot dogs"
Truer words about hot dog globalization were perhaps never spoken than those of the guy launching The Mighty Dog and Acai -- a wiener-slinging food truck -- next week. A green rumbler decorated with a hot dog...holding a hot dog...draped in a Tarzan loincloth, the truck's sticking Nathan's meat-tubes in sweet Brazilian buns (so it's true!) to create internationally influenced options like:
The Mighty, which spreads mashed potatoes on the bun, and is topped with a mini-salad of sliced tomatoes/ onion/ cilantro/ vinaigrette.
The Porky, slathered in slow-cooked pork and graced with cucumber slices, despite the fact that no one cares how fresh your eyes look if you're obese.
The Beefy, who's hired a high-priced legal team to defend it from Taco Bell's copyright claims, and is, in the meantime, doused w/ marinated shredded beef, rice, and black beans, and crowned w/ a sweet, fried plantain.
The Chicken, which is actually topped with pork too, but will challenge you to a race towards a cliff in classic hot rods. Wait no, it's topped with chicken, and also olives and a boiled egg.
If, after reading all that, you're still wondering how the "Acai" part plays in, you probably did great on the SAT reading comprehension section, and will be pleased to know that they're serving a Mighty breakfast bowl of it mixed with granola, strawberries, and bananas, also how to describe anyone who doubts that well-traveled diners don't really all just want hot dogs.