Bad Dawg Sausages Encourages Culinary and Entrepreneurial Creativity

Jamaica’s street eats has a variety of delectable offers. Fresh fruit from the stands and peanuts are few of its many options, and so is everyone’s favourite mobile cart, Bad Dawg Sausages. Founded in 2012 by Caribbean Broilers, the carts aim to empower budding entrepreneurs and offer its patrons "bigga, betta an badda” sausages.

Bad Dawg’s “Golden Wheels” carts can be found throughout the island but its two most popular locations are in Half Way Tree and at Devon’s House. During Restaurant Week, Bad Dawgs served up a delicious line-up of their pork sausages which included selections like jalapeño cream cheese with black bean salsa, pineapple chutney, a chilli Bad Dawg and their signature pineapple salsa topping.

Above all else, Bad Dawg encourages creativity, both from its entrepreneurs and from its consumers, who got pretty inventive when we asked what their favourite topping combinations were. Watch to see what they came up with on our second episode of ‘likkle bits’ and be sure to subscribe to BASHY Magazine TV.

CREDITS
PRODUCER: SHARINE TAYLOR
CO-DIRECTOR: SHARINE TAYLOR
CO-DIRECTOR: 300
EDITOR: 300  
MUSIC: KUMUCHIN BY MARTIN LANDH


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This article is part BASHY’s 2018 Restaurant Week Jamaica coverage.