Palm Beach Gardens will have a summer greenmarket, though not at its normal location behind the police/fire station on Burns Road and Military Trail. This one will be located at the STORE Self Storage and Wine Storage Center, on Military Trail and Garden Lakes Drive (about two blocks north of PGA Boulevard, east side of Military Trail). There will be covered stall vendors offering everything from fresh bread to barbecue. It will be open Saturdays from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m.
After seeing how the food truck rental were taking off, and knowing that opening up a restaurant was too costly, He decided that a truck was the answer. “I want to expose Americans to a different kind of Chinese fast food in a way they haven’t seen before,” he says. The food he plans to serve will be quick, but there won’t be any orange chicken involved. Here, customers will find an open-face bao, served in buns similarly to Peking duck preparation. For those on the go, Asian-style burritos with a rice, edemame and a choice of meat filling will be available. Toss in mochi for dessert and a cup of green tea to make it a full meal.
If you are an artist, have a passion for the arts, or can simply appreciate the creativity artists possess, then what curator Amber Noland is doing with the transformation of Royal/T, a Culver City cafe/shop, is something worthy of your acknowledgement.
For a Crisp crust: Preheat your oven and a baking sheet to 425 degrees. Remove the wrapper from the pizza and place the pizza on the preheated baking sheet in the center of the oven. Bake for twelve to fourteen minutes.
The other difference, which we can’t see, is the map’s secret sauce. Johnson insists the map is automated, meaning he doesn’t manually monitor food truck’s Twitter feeds and daily enter their locations on a map. Johnson declined to disclose just how this automation takes place, but he’s a software engineer, so we’ll give him the benefit of the doubt.
The modest, yet successful brewery got its start back in 1989 when it was founded by a trio of Odell family members, Doug, Wynne and Corkie. Over the years the company has grown immensely and is now one of the most popular brewing companies in the rocky mountain region, which is saying a lot.
So we ended the afternoon walking from truck to truck wanting to say hi to the new friends we’ve made- Slice Truck, Fresh Fries and The Greasy Wiener. We stopped by the Save the Food Trucks and Saturday Night Foodies booth and chatted for a few minutes, getting further info on different events that will be upcoming in OC, South Bay and of course, LA. So, stuffed and sated from the samplings of the day, sufficiently drained from the sun we decided to call it a day. My only regret is that we didn’t get to all of the trucks, but I’m sure that I will be venturing and adventuring out to find them more and more as time goes on. Oh yeah, and I didn’t get my white whale, The Grilled Cheese Truck!