Hot dogs are near and dear to many Americans’ hearts. But how you define a hot dog may differ vastly depending on whether you’re in, say, New Jersey, West Virginia, or Chicago: The brand of dog, the type of bun, and everything that goes on top is likely to vary. Is the hot dog steamed or grilled? Are the buns toasted? Our list travels across the country to uncover our favorite styles of hot dog, and the best places to find them.
Cream bun is a type of Chinese sweet bun. It is one of the most standard pastries in Hong Kong. It can also be found in most Chinatown bakery shops overseas. The bun has either butter cream or whipped cream filling down the middle with coconut sprinkles on the outside. Variations of it include the "Cream Horn", a pastry in a spiral shape, much like a horn, filled with cream.
There’s nothing like a good BBQ Sandwich. Here’s one that won’t hurt your heart! It’s made with Tempeh, a grain based soy product, which is SO good even just fried by itself. In this recipe it’s broken up and tossed in a pan with red and green bell peppers, onions and your favorite BBQ sauce. That’s it! Serve on any type of bun you like!