often substituted for what are commonly referred to as 'teriyaki beef sticks' in some lower-end chinese food restaurants. such an establishment may be identified by the presence in the back alley of an assortment of dogs, which changes daily. also look for the variety of missing dog posters on nearby utility poles.
'hi, i'll have the kung pao chicken, the shrimp lo mein, and a large order of teriyaki dog'
by carlton berry August 17, 2007

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