Hot dogs and apple pie are not merely symbols of the American Dream. In Dog Days, they are the things those dreams are made of - literally. This story unfolds through the working relationship between Coite, who risks his capital to embark on a new food business, and single mother Siyone, a food vendor from Eritrea dreaming of freedom.
Jill Krasny, Inc.com
The tensions between restaurants and food truckers take center stage, as an East African immigrant Siyone, and a neophyte cook named Coite try to diversify the foods offered by D.C. hot dog vendors.