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Truck Food Nation: The Streets of America

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Session Two Presentations

  1. 1. Truck Food Nation: The Streets of America Jonathan Ward Kung Fu Tacos
  2. 2. The What?! Truck • The Big Gay Ice Cream Truck is the brainchild of Douglas Quint (a professional bassoonist) and his partner, Bryan Petroff. • The Big Gay Ice Cream Truck began rolling the streets of New York City in June 2009. • With a wink and a nod to the classic ice cream truck, our menu combines high-quality soft-serve ice cream with imaginative toppings. • These are dispensed the way ice cream should be — with humor and good cheer.
  3. 3. The What?! Truck • What started out as a crazy summer project has since been blessed with excellent mentions and accolades from the press, including- The New York Times Gourmet New York Post Time Out New York NBC ABC Men’s Health Delta’s Sky magazine Both NPR and CBC. & many more…
  4. 4. The Goodies
  5. 5. The Goodies
  6. 6. Some of the Toppings Maple Syrup Cayenne Elderflower Syrup Fennel Candies Trix Cereal Cocoa Nibs Bariani Olive Oil & Curry Powder Sea Salt Peppermint Blood Orange Cardamom Syrup Balsamic Espresso Malt Ginger Syrup Sriracha Balls Crushed Wasabi Nilla Wafers Berries & Saba Peas Lingonberry Fig Sauce Purée
  7. 7. DJ Cutlet http://www.youtube.com/watch?v= 25HjWQadPdQ
  8. 8. Web: www.marinationmobile.com Twitter: curb_cuisine Facebook: Marination E-mail: Kamala@marinationmobile.com
  9. 9. SAUCY Marination Mobile is Seattle’s sauciest food truck. Founded in 2009, Marination specializes in Hawaiian and Korean curb cuisine that is always fast, usually marinated in a signature sauce, frequently served in a tortilla, and mostly healthy. Our rolling street kitchen is a righteous destination for carnivores and vegetarians alike. Daily location will be posted on the website and last-minute changes will come via Twitter (most likely. If we get a flat tire or something, the Twitter feed might lag a few minutes behind. Greasy tire hands + iPhone = sad face.)
  10. 10. SAUCY Street Food
  11. 11. SAUCY Authentic TACOS(4 kinds): KIMCHI FRIED RICE  Kalbi beef  Plain, with a fried egg  Spicy pork  Add: Kalbi beef, spicy pork, miso ginger chicken or tofu  Miso Ginger Chicken  “Sexy” Tofu KALUA KIMCHI QUESADILLA SLIDERS(2 kinds): ROTATING SPECIALS  Aloha (Kalua Pork)  SPAM
  12. 12. SAUCY Uncontroversial
  13. 13. SAUCY Consistent
  14. 14. “They are simple and complex at the same time, show a complete disregard for any stodgy notions of how food is supposed to taste, and (the best part) come to you on wheels—provided, of course, you’re in the neighborhood that Marination Mobile is cruising on any given day.” —Jason Sheehan SW: When did you start cooking? Kamala: A year ago, when we opened. We’re not trained chefs. We’ve never been to culinary school. We’ve never held a cooking position. We hired people who know what they’re doing.
  15. 15. SAUCY Youthful
  16. 16. Web: www.marinationmobile.com Twitter: curb_cuisine Facebook: Marination E-mail: Kamala@marinationmobile.com

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