Sunday, February 27, 2011


Over the past couple of years Cupcakes have been in vogue. The advent of the show Cupcake Wars on Food Network has only increased the demand for those delicious treats. At the same time a similar food craze hit the DC area.

Frozen yogurt has dug it's own niche with a number of different shops opening up all over the DC region. The appeal to frozen yogurt as opposed to cupcakes is their dietary quality. Frozen yogurt is low in calories, fat-free and gluten free all of which can not be said about most cupcakes. The main shortfall of frozen yogurt is that it is a seasonable treat.

Now that weather is getting nice I have decided to put my cupcake binge on hold and go for the more healthy option. Since I work in Georgetown I have the unfortunate burden of having to live in the mecca of cupcakes so resisting the urge to eat them on a regular basis is an arduous task.

Luckily there are a few other options when it comes to snacks or desserts. I chose to try IceBerry which is located right on M St.. This frozen yogurt chain offers a variety of flavors piled high with a number of toppings that taylor to different crowds. If you are a health freak you have the option of picking fresh fruit or if you are like me you can top it off with fruity pebbles, cookies or even gummy bears.

My most recent visit came late last month on an unusually warm afternoon. I wasn't that hungry so I decided to skip lunch and have something small and healthy. The warm weather put me in the mood for something cold and refreshing so the first thing that came to mind was frozen yogurt. I ordered a original flavor with strawberries and fruity pebbles. It was both light and refreshing, it definitely hit the spot and did not damage to my midsection.

(Original Flavor with strawberries and fruity pebbles)

If you are not a fan for frozen yogurt I am also please to inform you that they have smoothes which are both delicious and healthy. I have tried the strawberry banana and kiwi, both of which I enjoyed.

In reality it is hard to judge frozen yogurt shops because of their vast similarities. Because of this I believe people have to nit pick on several nuances. The most popular complaint from this establishment is their customer service or lack their of. On the 4 occasions I have gone here I did not come across anything that resembles this inefficiency but I will keep it in mind and let you know about it beforehand.

All in all IceBerry is a solid place that is convenient for me. So if you are in the Georgetown area on a warm day you should try to avoid the massive lines at the three cupcake behemoths and give this place a shot. Not only will your wait time decrease, your waist line will too.

Saturday, February 26, 2011

SPAMaroni & Cheese

It is very seldom that I make meals from scratch. It is arduous and inefficient for those who live by themselves. I am also lazy when it comes to cooking meals. So when I am short on cash or don't feel like eating out I make quick meals that take no longer than 30 minutes to prepare.

My living and eating habits preclude me from having a fully stocked refrigerator and pantry. I usually find myself having to be very creative in my food combinations. As you can see from the picture below I usually have limited options (this picture is probably rock bottom).

(My fridge)

One night I was sifting through my pantry when I found a can of SPAM. It seemed to be the only thing I could eat that night at which point I felt as though I had hit rock bottom. I hardly ate SPAM and when I did I had them with eggs which I didn't have at the time. I happened to look at the back of the can of SPAM and noticed that there was a recipe for SPAM with macaroni and cheese. Luckily I had a box of Velveeta so I decided to take a leap of faith and try this out.

(SPAMaroni & Cheese)

The recipe was simple, it calls for

1 can of SPAM
1 box of Velveeta
A couple dashes of Cayenne pepper
A couple dashes of Paprika

You can use the classic Macaroni & Cheese but I prefer to use Velveeta because it is creamier. I dice the SPAM into tiny little cubes and sear them on a skillet until the are golden brown. I then add them to the macaroni and cheese and let that simmer on a low heat for about 5 minutes. After that I add my spices for an enhanced flavor.

The saltiness of the SPAM along with the richness of the mac and cheese yield a satisfying food combination. The dish while deviously delicious can take it's toll on you in a matter of bites. There have been a number of instances where I crossed the tipping point and have been tossed in a state of food hell.

It is for this reason that I recommend this dish only as a side to your meal and something you enjoy only on a monthly basis. You should definitely give this dish a shot, I was a doubter but have since eaten my words.

Monday, February 21, 2011

Kramerbooks & Afterwords Cafe & Grill

Since when was going to the bookstore cool? Aside from the prodigal student, the Starbucks junkie or a grad student most people would not go out of their way to spend an extended period of time in a bookstore. But this notion is evicerated when you spend some time at Kramerbooks & Afterwords Cafe & Gill.

Located right off Dupont Circle this cafe is a beehive of activity. Whether it be on a Saturday afternoon, Sunday morning or even a Friday night there is always a sizable crowd gathered at Kramerbooks. I would know because I have been here on all of the aforementioned times.

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Taking a look inside you will see a wide variety of literature, from bestsellers and classics to cooking books and book about DC.. Their vast book selection along with long hours and dining options create a heterogeneous cliental which line their shelves every day.I personally love going to look at their selection of humorous literature which have included a parody on Where's Waldo (Osama Bin Laden edition) to a number of books about cats. I also enjoy the local literature as well as their staff's pics.

What separates Kramerbooks from Barnes & Noble is that they have a bar and restaurant. Yes you heard correct a bar, the place where people gather to have a cold one. When I first discovered this I questioned whether it could be a good pairing. I mean you always associate a bookstore with a quiet atmosphere synonomous to your experiences as a child in a public library (back when kids used to go).


But I was pleasantly suprised at how well the the two divergent atmospheres blended. I only went the bar once to have a drink with a friend after purchasing a novel. I enjoyed my time there especially because I channeled my inner child and went against the notion of being quiet in a bookstore. Attached to both the bookstore and the bar is a restaurant that offers a wide variety of gourmet food.

Whether it be a small appetizer which they call sharezies, a full meal, or a sweet desert to go along with your reading Kramerbooks offers it patrons with an array of dining options. I have eaten here a number of times and for a number of different occasions. My favorite two times came during some of our more prominent snow storms, I enjoyed a warm class of hot chocolate to go along with the scrumptious macaroni and cheese you see below you.

(Mac & Cheese)

While it was not spectacular in any discernible way it did render a homy feeling. I also enjoyed their mini crab cakes which were fairly delightful. Some of my other favorites include the Mozzarella, tomatoes and capper mini salad as well as their steamed mussels. They also have the distinguished honor of serving the Obama family chili recipe. I myself have not tried it mainly because I am not that big of a chili fan.

(Mini Crab Cake Duo)

Aside from their sharezies Kramerbooks also offer a wide variety of entrees. One of my favorite dishes here is the tuna & avocado salad which you see below. It is both light and refreshing and with a price tag of $14 it is a good deal. I also enjoyed their butternut squash ravioli which was very flavorful.

(Sushi Tuna & Avocado Salad)

While all the food I have tried has meet my standards the only thing that keeps me coming back is their wide variety of delicious desserts. As you can see from the case they offer a wide range of scrumptious pies which are paired with a scoop of ice cream.

Of the various desserts that I have sampled I would have to say my favorites are the apple crumb pie, wild berry pie, and their red velvet cake. These desserts are great on all occasions. Whether you are by yourself reading a book, with a friend or even on a date.

(Assorted Desserts)

The cosy atmosphere along with the food and accompanying patrons truly makes Kramerbooks unique. You shouldn't go here just to visit the bookstore or just to get food and drinks because you may be disappointed. If you focus on a single element you may be swayed to go elsewhere. Instead you should visit this place because you want the full experience of this unique store.

All and all Kramerbooks is a fantastic place to visit. If you want to just look at books then go to Borders, if you want to go to a bar or get some food there are plenty of options available all around. But if you want all these at the same time then go to Kramerbooks. The food is good but a bit pricy, the desserts are awesome, and the book selection is solid. All in al a great place to go any time of day and any day of the week.

Tuesday, February 15, 2011

Serbian Crown Restaurant

One day I was having a random discussion with my coworker about our past food experiences when the question of the most bizarre meal that we have ever had came up. I answered with what I believe to be the most unique meal I have had to date which was blowfish. The answer he gave immediately shocked when he told me and is the basis of this post. He told me that he had eaten Lion.

My first question was lion? Like Simba from the Lion King? he promptly replied, yes a Lion. I was in an utter state of shock and disbelief. My next question was where and when. He said that he went a couple years ago to a restaurant called Serbian Crown in Great Falls Virginia.

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I immediately began to research this establishment to see if they still served this meal. I was delighted to discover that they still serve lion and that it was not too far away. I informed a good friend of mine of this discovery and he greeted me the same enthusiasm I had. We set out on our journey to sample what has to be one of the rarest dishes on the planet.

The drive took us no more than 30 minutes to rural Virginia. The night was dark and soundless, at first we thought that our GPS failed us as it looked like we were in the middle of the forrest. The quaint and quite neighborhood permeated an Erie feeling within me.

(Oysters Moscow Style)

We walked through a mostly empty piano bar littered only with people above the age of 50. Our server then began to explain the origins and background of the restaurant. He indicated that it served traditional Russian cuisine with a hint of French culinary methods. We quickly scanned the menu even though we knew precisely what we wanted.

We fist decided to order Oysters 'Moscow Style' which are raw oysters topped with sour cream and red caviar. We also ordered a couple of martinis the most notable being a spicy martini that had pepper vodka. Our oysters which cost $15 were both interesting and delightful. I was surprised mainly because I did not know how well seafood and dairy would mesh but it was surprisingly good.

(Scaloppini of Lion)

We were then greeted by the arrival of the main attraction. We both waited in heated anticipation of what was sure to be a culinary experience the likes of which most people have never experienced. To this point I have yet to fully describe the taste because it is so unique. The meat had the consistency of of steak but did not have a similar taste. The sauce that accompanied it was very tasty and complimented the savoriness of the meat.

I made sure to slowly enjoy each piece because this may be the only time I was going to have it. The dish turned out to be a great success and the experience will be forever embedded in mind.

Aside from Lion the Serbian Crown also offers a number of odd dining options including Emu, Wild Boar and Antelope. If unique animals don't float your boat they also offer a number of traditional Russian dishes, a small selection of exclusive caviar and some French dishes and desserts.

The food was delightful, the service was nice, the drinks were solid and the price tag was reasonable. Aside from the location, decor and the age group of the patrons all of which gave me the creeps this was one of the best dining experiences of my life.

But looking back I would rather have those impediments, the mystique behind their restaurant goes well with the unique dishes they have to offer. So if you want to eat a Lion with your friends give this place a shot, it is a seasonal dish (winter for the Lion) so you have to ask in advance if they have it.

Saturday, February 12, 2011

Busboys & Poets

In a city obsessed with politics there is always an issue up for debate. Politicians, lobbyists and social rights activists advocate their ideologies year round and everyone in this city is exposed to it 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. It is only necessary that the nature of this town manifests itself into our culture.

This takes us to our next restaurant which in reality is more than a place to eat. Busboys & Poets is a beehive of intellectual thought and debate. The origin of the name pays homage Langston Hughes who was himself a busboy before rising to fame as a poet. Each location is comprised of a restaurant, bookstore and fair trade market with the goal of igniting debate about social justice.

The one I frequently visit is located in the center of the radically gentrified U St. corridor. My visits began when I discovered that this was a location were intellectual thought and debate occurred on a daily basis. Everyday there is a different event promoting thought on an issue that is critical to the world at hand.

Upon entering the 14th and V St. location your eyes will lay witness to a vast library containing books that promote thought, books about DC, or even biographies about prominent social activists. You will also lay your eyes on plush furniture occupied by people who are either striking up a small conversation about current issues or glued to their books and laptops.

As you walk down the dining hall you will enter another private room that holds daily speakers who speak about a wide array of issues. Whether it's civil rights, cultural divides, race, or socioeconomic disparities there is always a debate to be heard.

Busboys & Poets prides itself on promoting healthy and sustainable eating. I try to visit every once in a while to enlighten myself on a hot topic and also indulge in their food which is fantastic. Recently I decided to take my sister who is a fan of their muscles which are cooked in a garlic tomato sauce. Their superb flavor put them on par with Bistro La Bonne's.


Aside from the environmentally friendly produce that they serve Busboys prides itself on serving some of the best vegan food in town. Before dining here I could never fathom being a vegan. Blinded with ignorance I was like most who thought that lifestyle had limited options when it came to eating. Those notions were mildly relaxed after eating two vegan dishes here.

The first dish I had was a vegan wrap which I ordered during brunch. It consists of tofu which tasted exactly like eggs, as well as vegan bacon and cheese. The dish was delightful and refreshing, you could hardly tell that all these ingredients were vegan. The best way to characterize the brilliance of their vegan dishes is that it is actually quite easy to be a vegan if you could eat here everyday.

(Vegan Wrap)

I am also pleased to say that Busboys & Poets has a fine selection of both organic beers which I had never tried prior to dining here as well as mixed drinks. My favorite drink here is the DC Tap Water which if you have lived here long enough is a very clever pun on a longstanding issue.

(Picture brought to you by Yelp)

I am also a huge fan of their paninis, a favorite of mine is their grilled brie which is topped with spinach, caramelized onions, and tomatoes. I have also had their Tempeh which is a vegan option and the grilled chicken. This particular sandwich oozes with decadence and flavor. I enjoyed it so much that I myself have made a spin off which I will share in the near future.

(Grilled Brie Panini)

All in all Busboys & Poets offers a multitude of options. From great food to food for thought Busboys is a place that needs to be visited on a monthly occasion. Their wide array of events draws a diverse audience. Whether it's a guest speaker, an open mic night, or even an organic beer happy hour there's no reason not to try this place if you have an open mind.

The Big Cheese

I think I would be correct in asserting that grilled cheese sandwiches were part of just about every American's youth. This gooey sandwich although simple as a dish is close to many peoples hearts.

Whether it be the standard American cheese on white bread with some tomato soup on a winter night or a ham and swiss on wheat bread you can almost never go wrong when you choose this dish. My passion for this simple meal has brought me to create my own recipe of bacon and brie cheese on whole wheat bread.

So when I heard that there was a gourmet grilled cheese truck I set forth my journey to sample some of the crafty concoctions that they had to offer.

The Big Cheese servers up a variety of grilled cheese sandwiches using fresh ingredients from a number of local farmers. Their gourmet cheeses come from the Cowgirl Creamery while their artisan breads originate from the Lyon bakery.

My first experience with this truck came during the impromptu food truck party last month. I brought my sister and a coworker primarily to sample this truck. When I arrived the line was daunting as this truck was still in its infancy.

We waited in line for about half an hour until we were able to order, I decided to go with the Midnight Moon while my sister ordered the Mt. Fuji. The former consists of goat gouda cheese with carmelized onions on a multigrain bread while the latter comes with Mt. Tam brie, fiji apples and honey on a multigrain bread as well. Each sandwich cost $6.50, you can also get a soda and Route 66 chips for an extra couple of bucks. We both decided to pass on the extras and took our food back to the office.

(Midnight Moon)

My first bite was met by an explosion of flavor, the gouda and the caramelized onions blended harmoniously rendering a delightful taste combination. My one complaint is that there was not enough of it. When I think of a grilled cheese I believe that it should be loaded with enough cheese that every bite causes your sandwich to ooze melted cheese on every side like so.

While eating this sandwich I never experienced that, in fact there were some portions that seemed to be devoid of any ingredients. My sister enjoyed her sandwich and allowed me to sample it. While I did enjoy the flavors my aforementioned complaint resided in this sandwich as well.

(Mount Fuji)

My second visit occurred this past week when they graced their presence at the George Washington University campus. Both the line and wait on this occasion paled in comparison to my previous visit, mainly because I arrived around 2 PM which is a bit late for lunch. I decided on this occasion to channel my inner child and order the Barely Buzzed which consists of cheddar cheese on sourdough bread with a side of tomato soup.

When I placed my order I was distraught to hear that they had sold out of the tomato soup. I stuck to my plan and just had the sandwich. I was pleased to say that it was enjoyable but still lacked the amount of cheese that I deem desirable.

While writing this post I decided to look at their reviews on Yelp to see if I could have any insights on their other sandwiches as well as their tomato soup. After reading a couple of reviews I noticed that my complaint about their lack of cheese is shared by various people. I was disappointed to read that their tomato soup was sub-par, the main complaint being that it is not thick enough. This disappoints me because I was really looking forward to tasting it but will probably pass on it due to the wide ranging consensus.

To sum everything up while I love the idea of this truck I can only give it an average rating/review. The three I sandwiches sampled were all good but had a low cheese to bread ratio. The prices are fair but the wait is too long. I would recommend giving them a try if you are interested in gourmet grilled cheese sandwiches. You can follow them on Facebook and Twitter to track their daily locations.

Monday, February 7, 2011

Travel Special - In-N-Out Burger (Los Angeles)

Now that I have a steady income I have the ability to travel on a consistent basis to see my various friends in family that are scattered around the USA. This is the first of several posts which chronicle my travels outside the tri-state area.

I decided to make my first trip to Los Angeles to visit my cousin during Thanksgiving. Upon arriving I had only three requests, first to spot a celebrity in beverly hills, second to try and flaming lamborghini, and last to try In-N-Out Burger. I am glad to say that I was able to accomplish the first and third requests during my short time there and will describe the latter in great detail.

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For those of you who don't know what In-N-Out burger is I will give you a quick summary. It is a burger chain limited only to the west coast that has drawn a cult following. Known for their keen ability to serve some of the best and most audacious burgers in all the United States.

In-N-Out prides itself on serving fresh burgers using an age old recipe that dates to it's founding in 1948. Using only the freshest ingredients and the healthiest cooking methods In-N-Out separates itself from other fast-food chains. They are also famously known for paying their employees above the minimum wage.

These are only a couple of reasons for their rise to prominence. Of all the reasons their most important and what I have been told by everyone who has sampled their burgers is their indistinguishable taste. It is this taste prompts most patrons make this a weekly destination. I was told by all the people I met that it is a must try and that the lines would always be long. They also informed me that I may run into a number of celebrities who swear by it. The more I heard about this burger mecca the more I was beset by an ever growing wave of anticipation.

My odyssey which started at Reagan National Airport in Washington DC ended when I saw the sign I had seen only on the internet. I awaited in anticipation for what is said to be one of the greatest burgers in the world. We approached the parking lot to lay witness to the largest crowd I have ever seen at a fast food restaurant. Several cars were waiting for a parking space and the drive through line went into the street.

Luckily we were able to find a spot and were greeted by an even longer line inside. Before going I was told of their secret menu which consists of code names for how you want your burger of fries prepared. I did not look into in detail but was told by many to try either your fries or burger "animal style". I ordered a double-double which consists of two patties with two slices of cheese. I ordered it animal style which includes extra pickles, grilled onions extra sauce, and a mustard cooked patty.

(Double-Double Animal Style with french-fries)

After taking my first I was hit by a wave of flavor unbeknownst to me until now. The freshness of all the ingredients coupled with their secrete sauce made this greasy deity of one of my all time favorite burgers. I could not say the same about the fries which were mediocre at best, I should have also ordered them animal style but was hesitant about both being able to finish my meal and also about how many years this meal would take off my life.

What ensued was one of the biggest food comas that I have ever experienced. But I was contempt with this feeling because I know that I had one of the greatest meals I would ever have. It was as if it was poetic justice or a right of passage but I knew that there would be some post-meal suffering only fitting to a meal of this caliber.

So to anyone visiting the west coast I highly recommend giving this place a shot. As discussed before expect to see long lines whenever you go. Look at the secrete menu and go overboard, trust me it will be worth it.

Gordon Ramsay's Scrambled Eggs

I am going to take a quick break from my food adventures to present you one of my favorite home made dishes. I like a number of you grew up on scrambled eggs for breakfast. Both my mother and father had their own spins on this dish. I vividly remember looking forward to eating them , especially during the weekend when I could take my time.

Flash forward to the future and I find myself branching off and trying to create my own version of this classic dish. After various attempts I left feeling unsatisfied at which point I turned to the experts for help. I stumbled upon this video which is Gordon Ramsay's recipe for "the perfect scrambled eggs". For those of you who don't know Mr. Ramsay is a famous eccentric Scottish chef raised in England whose claim to prominence came with his popular T.V. show Hell's Kitchen.

(The Perfect Scrambled Eggs)

If you watch the video his recipe calls for.

- 3 Eggs
- 1 Teaspoon of butter
- 1/2 Tablepoon of creme fraiche
- 1 Slice of sourdough bread
- Chives

If you want to make it I recommend you watch the video as it is a semi-complex process. I have tweaked the original recipe by substituting the bread with whole wheat and not adding the creme fresh, mainly because I don't use it that often.

Both recipes are solid and make for a great breakfast. The chives really add an extra dimension that is hard to live without. I have become so spoiled with this dish that eating eggs any other way has become boring and even inferior.

The Great Steak and Potato Company

Not often do we associate mall food as being a desirable option. I personally abhor it, mainly because I prefer not to eat at chain restaurants. But whenever I visit pentagon city and am in the mood to eat I always go to The Great Steak and Potato Company.

Located on the bottom floor of the Pentagon city mall next to Taco Bell this chain thrives on serving it's patrons with some of the best subs and hoagies you can get your hands on. From a variety of cheesesteaks to gyros or even a baked potato this place is sure to surprise your taste buds and awaken the glutton in you.

Of the various subs that I have sampled here my favorite has to be the bacon cheddar cheesesteak. Every time I order it I shake in anticipation as I watch it being made in front of me. Prepared like a traditional philly cheesesteak with a healthy (get the irony) serving of cheddar cheese and bacon. I also add an order of boardwalk fries that I smother with hot sauce, vinegar, and old bay seasoning making for a tremendous meal.

When I feel the need to eat a bit healthier (sarcasm this time) I go for the buffalo chicken sub which comes with succulent chicken, buffalo sauce and ranch dressing. I obviously add an order of fries and a soda to complete my meal.

(Bacon Cheddar Cheesesteak & Boardwalk Fries)

Of the number of times I have eaten here I have never left disappointed. Meals cost around $8 which is average in this area. For both the quality and quantity of the food you are getting it's a great deal. Lines are average but do tend to get a bit long during the lunch hour.

So if you are ever shopping at pentagon city and feel the sudden urge to eat I would skip all the chains give this place a shot. I guarantee you will not be disappointed.

Thursday, February 3, 2011


The food truck tour continues with a the CapMac truck. This truck travels throughout the city slinging their creative take on Mac & Cheese, a staple in most American households. When I first heard of the truck I immediately became overrun with anticipation of trying this gourmet mac & cheese.

Doing a little research I found out that the head Chef, Brian Arnoff previously worked at Bourbon Steak in the Four Seasons Hotel under the tutelage of Executive Chef David Varley. Having eaten at the Bourbon Steak before and thoroughly enjoyed their gourmet spin-offs of traditional non-gourmet meals I was under the impression that the same thing would be done with this food truck.

I first visited this food vendor on a cold day on the George Washington University campus. I invited two of my coworkers one of which shares my enthusiasm for mac & cheese. We all ordered their CapMac'n Cheese which consists of Pimento and Cheddar cheese topped with Cheeze-It crackers which costs $6. For an additional $2 you can add Bolognese and "make it sloppy". We all decided to forgo this option for different reasons. I also ordered the soup du jour which was a broccoli cheddar soup.

We took our food in the Marvin center and dug in. I started out with my soup which strayed from what I thought it would be. The soup was fresh and hearty, the rich flavor of the soup as well as the texture illustrated the prominence of the broccoli which was palpable with every spoonful I took. The soup was definitely made from scratch and included ground broccoli root mixed which blended well with the cheddar cheese. I can easily say that this was the rendition of broccoli cheddar that I have ever had at this point in my life.

Next I moved on to the dish that I had been waiting in anticipation for some time. I dug into my mac & cheese and was greeted by the harmonious blend of both the cheeses. The crunchy component of the cracker added to this dish giving it another dimension and aided in the texture of the dish. Sadly I have to say that my tremendous expectations were not met. While I did enjoy my meal I left feeling as though the dish had much more potential.I have sampled serveral gourmet mac & cheese dishes in this city and this one did not meet my mark. While good I see room for growth and improvement.

(Broccoli Cheddar Soup & CapMac'n Cheese)

Despite that I enjoyed my experience so much that I decided to sample another dish off of their menu. This time I decided to try their Chicken Parmesan Meatballs which consist of house ground chicken, parmesan served with a provolone bechamel.

To sum it up I devoured this meal within ten minutes feeling tremendously satisfied. The chicken meatballs were savory and juicy and the pasta that accompanied it was pristine. I can easily say that I enjoyed this dish more than the mac & cheese and was on par with the expectations I had for this truck.

(Chicken Parmesan Meatballs)

As you can see in this video Chef Arnoff prides himself on serving residents of District with good affordable food. I had the pleasure of talking to him twice (I did not mention that I blog about food). He came off as very nice and sincere about his mission which I believe he is doing very well.

The food that he served me on both occasions was fairly priced and very good. I wish him luck and hope that he will expand on his ideas because I believe that this truck has tremendous potential. The truck is still in it's infant stages so hopefully my wishes will come to fruition. I only hope that he will expand on his mac & cheese and offer a variety of flavors in the future (lobster mac & cheese please!!!).

Quick info - the lines weren't too long when I went but I have seen long lines there before. They only take cash at this point so be aware. Their website is still in the works to you can follow them on Facebook for daily locations. Your food takes less than 5 minutes to prepare. In the meantime you can talk to the clientele if the lines aren't too long.