Josh Sharkey spent most of his formative culinary years working in fine-dining kitchens, cooking with quality products, so he and partner Brandon Gillis wanted to bring the same kind of ingredients to Bark Hot Dogs, a one-unit fast-casual concept in Brooklyn, N.Y. And they want to make sure their customers know about it.“You know, the ultimate goal here is to make fast food transparent,” Sharkey says, “having fast food that you know where your food comes from.”The ...
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