For the big eaters out there, try “The Bombshell”. This is a ½ pound burger sandwiched between two bacon grilled cheese melts, topped with grilled onions and served with a side of Baby’s special sauce. Talk about a burger! If you’re not into eating beef, Baby’s also offers a turkey and veggie burger
Without a lot of room on food trucks for storage, they basically use the same ingredients for breakfast as lunch, with the addition of eggs, bacon and sausage to the menu.
Befitting a Mexican-themed dish, the Chihuahua had avocado and sour cream on opposite sides of the bacon-wrapped hot dog.
Made with ingredients like pork belly bacon from The Meat Shop, uncured pepperoni from California-based Zoe's Meats, and the Khademi's signature turkey sausage, look for pizzas from Saffron Jak to include the J-Mex with roasted corn, squash, black beans, purple potato, and cotija cheese; the Super Greeky featuring olives, cherry tomatoes, pepperocinis, Medjool dates, and feta; and a creation called the Chicken and Waffle House with housemade fried chicken, maple bacon, country gravy, and mozzarella.
Street foods can be kryptonite for health geeks. But not here. Salads with a base of quinoa, soba noodles or brown rice. Not rabbit food!
Paleo for the people. Especially the people at CrossFit studios.
The fried egg also had a little crispiness around the edges, but our favorite part of the egg is the yolk. Breaking up the soft yellow yolk helped us spread yolky love all over the bacon and gouda cheese.
The menu is food porn for metallers at its finest, and changes with daily specials like the Molly Hatchet, a half-pound burger with sausage fennel gravy, maple syrup and bacon.