Posts Tagged ‘Mexican’

Meet Our Food Trucks | White Rabbit Truck

Monday, August 23rd, 2010

If Alice had followed the White Rabbit Truck, she would have found the perfect blend of Filipino, American, and Mexican cuisine. Imagine what the Mad Hatter’s tea party would have been like if the White Rabbit Truck had catered it: sisig burritos, chicken adobo tacos, garlic rice, ube fries, and white chocolate champorado and creme brulee toast for dessert.

Breaking News: Dan Dan BBQ Added to OC Foodie Fest Lineup

Thursday, August 12th, 2010

OC Foodie Fest is excited to announce that Dan Dan BBQ has joined the roster of food trucks that will be rolling to the Honda Center in Anaheim on August 28. More details will be posted on this site soon!

Meet Our Food Trucks | The Place LA

Monday, August 9th, 2010

The Place LA’s claim to fame is their pastrami, the recipe for which is a family secret. That recipe went through lots of fine-tuning to create succulent, flavorful meat. A traditional accompaniment to pastrami is mustard, but the owners felt that regular mustard overpowered their special pastrami, so they created their own mustard-based sauce to perfectly compliment the beef. Check out some great pics and more info about their info after the jump!

Meet Our Food Trucks | My Kabob Express

Friday, August 6th, 2010

There are lots of Mexican fusion options out there, but have you tried “Mexi-terranean” yet? If not, you definitely need to stop by My Kabob Express when you’re at the OC Foodie Fest. The truck serves up dishes that combine Middle Eastern and Mediterranean flavors with some of your favorite Mexican tastes.

Cart for a Cause Guest Chef Revealed

Monday, August 2nd, 2010

Listen up, OC Foodie Fest fans! We announced a few weeks ago that Cart for a Cause would be rolling down to the event. Now we can share which guest chef will be on board. On August 28th Deborah Schneider, Executive Chef of SOL Cocina in Newport Beach, will join the ranks of prominent chefs who have partnered with Cart for a Cause to raise money for the St. Vincent’s Meals on Wheels program. In addition to her work at the restaurant, she is the author of four cookbooks, including Amor y Tacos, ¡Baja! Cooking on the Edge, and the James Beard-nominated Cooking with the Seasons at Rancho La Puerta.

Meet Our Food Trucks | Seabirds

Thursday, July 29th, 2010

Vegetarians rejoice! The Seabirds truck is dedicated to delighting your taste buds with their plant-based menu. Be forewarned, however, that you won’t be alone in their line while waiting to place your order; you’ll be competing with fans of organic food and locavores, too, because Seabirds purchases most of their organic produce from Orange County farms. Actually, you should expect plenty of carnivores as well, because their Beer Battered Avocado Taco has been known to cause meat eaters to consider a culinary conversion.