Category Archives: Food trucks

Craft brewing club holds competition

Brasseurs a la Maison, a Baton Rouge craft brewing club, will hold its first Iron Brewer Festival at 6 p.m. Friday at Tin Roof Brewing Co., 1624 Wyoming St., Baton Rouge.

Ten groups of participants crafted beers from randomly chosen Louisiana foods like cayenne peppers, peaches, rice, red beans, pecans and strawberries. Each team then picked a style of beer, such as a Belgian stout or a Saison. Visitors will be able to sample each brew with admission to the festival, which is a non-perishable food item for the Greater Baton Rouge Food Bank. Food trucks will also be on hand.

Wednesday Food Truck Wround-Up

I had an iPad and a plan and needed practice shooting video (See the video above. I still need practice.). No better place than the Wednesday Food Truck Wround-Up, right? Lots of hopping food trucks, delicious street eats and a festive atmosphere.

What I found was work. A lot of work.

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Monday morning food news round-up

N.Y. Times: Food trucks take Paris.

NPR explores foodscaping.

Washington Post: KFC releases Col. Sanders’ book free today.

Wonder dog: Curbside’s links delectable

Curbside's Polish Dog combo

Curbside's Polish Dog, topped with Tin Roof "Perfect Tin" Chili, shredded sharp cheddar, diced onions and a spiral of mustard, paired with their homemade sea salt and pepper chips, a pickle spear, and cherry limeade with frozen watermelon chunks.

I finally caught up with Curbside‘s links truck. They’d come to The Advocate’s offices; I’d have an appointment across town. Every time. Until today.
Holy cow. Er, dog.