Boulder’s most recognized food trucks will gather this Saturday, October 5th at Sanitas Brewing Company to participate in the first Boulder Food Truck Challenge.
The service was quick and friendly, the menu simple: mostly sandwiches and fries. We got a milanesa and a pair of lamb sliders.
The food trucks offer a variety of lunch options that cannot be found elsewhere on campus. Sarah Ladley, owner of Ba-Nom-a-Nom, explained her truck’s product: soft-serve frozen fruit.
The modern operation has utilized modern forms of marketing to help them succeed, "Social media and our website, people can go on there and check the menu, find out where our locations are going to be. Got to use it if your going to be in this business."
enver followed health inspectors as they searched through food trucks, looking for critical violations.
The large chunks of sugar crystallize when baked on the waffle iron, giving the outside of the waffle a slight crunch and leaving the center soft and warm.
The Pod began serving its famed beet burger and breakfast burritos at a local street market earlier this month.
The truck features original recipes of sliders and sides, fried macaroni and cheese, and even a couple of breakfast options.