I’m back with another #FoodTruckSearchParty and it’s a pretty yummy one. In case you don’t know what the heck I’m talking about, you can check out the first installment in this delicious series: Food Truck Search Party 1. Right. Now on to the grub.
When I first contrived this little series, I’m sure on a day where I was starving and we had nothing in our pantry but canned beans, I intended just to use it as an excuse to eat out. Dinner preparation evaded! But as the food truck search party nights approached we decided to invite some of our favorite peoples to food truck with us. And now you could say the search party is just as much about finding a food truck and catching up with friends. A greasy food friend frenzy. And we (a.k.a. Sam) took pictures of it because people do that now. I also made sure that we showed pictures of us eating the food because I am so sick of seeing pictures of incredibly skinny women fake-eating donuts. There is no way they are really eating all those friggin donuts, right? Okay I’m off track. Food and friends…
The search party:
– Modern Atelier | Kim and Jesse of Modern Atelier have been working with me on a project that I will be sharing later this week (and it is a HUGE deal, for me anyways). They own a video company and produce the most lovely videos. Really the duo is gushing with talent and dry humor. We laughed a lot and both share a love for Wes Anderson movies so I think we will keep dating. They love to travel and you just have to check out their Iceland videos. One thing I love about their work is the variety and depth of talent. So, yea, they are cool.
The food truck:
– Comfort Bowl for dinner. It was delicious and authentic. I would totally eat their again (which I can’t say for every food truck I have tried). On a scale of 1-10 I give them an 8 and chicken was two thumbs up!
– Saturday’s Waffle for dessert. Saturday’s Waffle actually offers a bunch of savory options but I would be clinically insane to say no to a s’mores waffle. It was delicious and I was forced to share.
All photos by Sam of Pierson Photo Company