The cart found a semi-permanent home out at Urban Sheesha thanks to Ahmed Hirsi’s tremendous support, and chef Mowliid Yussuf’s guidance. This allowed us to test the feasibility and profitability of the cart on a continuous basis. We’re sure that this cart model could be a serious generator of sustainable income for newly arrived immigrants. We’ll keep you posted on how things are coming along.
It was a nice day and what a better way to celebrate than by giving away free hotdogs to the Cedar-Riverside neighborhood? After a couple of hours pushing the cart over from south Minneapolis we were feeling like me may have bitten off more than we could chew, but once we got there it was totally worth it. We gave away 100 dogs that day, including several to a sharp little guy named Yunis! Thanks to everyone that helped out!
Halal Hotdogs was invited by ARC//Neighbors for Nations to participate in a fundraiser for the Dadaab Refugee Camp in Kenya. All proceeds went to support water accessibility issues within the camp. Thanks to everyone who came out and participated!