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It's the NBA finals and the Big Three are dominating conversation. For the Miami Heat: LeBron James, Dwyane Wade, and Chris Bosh. For the Oklahoma City Thunder: Kevin Durant (hero), Russell Westbrook, and James Harden.
In New York City, I like to think that we have our own Big Three. Rich Torrisi and Mario Carbone, the geniuses behind Torrisi Italian Specialties and Parm (and Food & Wine Best New Chefs 2012, yippee!), have teamed up with Jim Meehan, who helms the outstanding cocktail bar PDT (and edits F&W Cocktails 2012). Introducing: the Parm Dog. (Well, that's not the actual name; the real name is being decided as we speak.) Here's Carbone on the delicious, messy hot dog, which features some of the great hits on the Parm Italian combo sandwich: "It's Genoa salami and pepperoni rolled up. The toasted bun gets a slick of our spicy [B&G hot sauce] and it's topped with a slice of provolone, shredded lettuce and sliced tomato. Finally it get our Italian salad dressing and sliced b&g hot peppers."
And here's Torrisi on creating a hot dog for PDT, an honor that has also gone to elite chefs Wylie Dufresne and David Chang: “We tried to doggify everything on the Parm menu,” says Torrisi. “We liked this best.”
The Parm Dog will be coming to PDT soon (let's hope for the end of June).