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The acclaimed gourmet hot dog, sausage and burger concept continues the chef’s collaborative series to raise funds for No Kid Hungry with the launch of Big Kahuna, available June 1 – August 31
May 27, 2021 // Franchising.com // PASADENA, CA – ‘Ono grinds’ means delicious food in Hawaiian, and that’s exactly what Dog Haus fans will say when they bite into the famous concept’s unique new concept creating burgers!
As part of its Collaboration with Chefs series, Dog Haus is teaming up with the nation’s top chefs to create limited-time items showcasing their own elite and exceptional style. For June, Culinary Director Adam Gertler and the Dog Haus team joined forces with King’s Hawaiian Executive Chef Bert S. Agor Jr. to launch Big Kahuna – an Angus beef patty topped with American cheese, smoked bacon, miso ranch, wild arugula, pickled jalapeños, pickled peppers, green onions, onion rings and bang bang sauce, served on King’s grilled Hawaiian rolls.
This limited-time item is available at Dog Haus locations nationwide from June 1 to August 31. For every Big Kahuna purchase, Dog Haus will donate $ 1 to their national charity partner, No Kid Hungry.
In addition to raising money for No Kid Hungry, the Big Kahuna will be featured during King’s Hawaiian’s Taste of Aloha Hawaiian Foods Week, which promotes the celebration of Hawaiian food culture across the country.
“Hawaii is best known for its Aloha spirit, and we make sure that this essential part of island culture is reflected in the recipes we create,” Agor said. “As a native of Hawaii, it was a joy to work with Adam as he was eager to come up with an article highlighting our state’s signature ingredients. The collaboration with him led to the Big Kahuna, which turned out to be more than just a burger – it’s a burger that exudes island life with every bite. We can’t wait for the Big Kahuna to quickly become a favorite at this year’s Hawaiian Foods Week.
“King’s Hawaiian has been a dedicated and valued Dog Haus partner from day one,” said Hagop Giragossian, Dog Haus partner. “Our culinary team loved having the opportunity to work directly with Chef Bert to present a mouthwatering Hawaiian item that’s perfect for guests to kick off the summer while giving back to No Kid Hungry!”
To date, Dog Haus has raised over $ 100,000 for No Kid Hungry, which has helped provide 1 million meals for children in need.
SOURCE Dog Haus