Stop 3: The Lime Truck is in Denver

OC’s The Lime Truck guys spotted in Denver.
If you are a tweeter, feel free to spread the word to find The Lime Truck!

This stop is officially completed… Supposedly the highest sales yet!
Check out www.denverstreetfoods.com for great pictures, as well as from local blogger: Boulderlocavore




Jason’s reaction to the Sunday roadblock challenge

 
Saturday: @ is going to be at the Marczyk’s (770 E. 17th Ave. 80203) from 10:30 am til 3-ish, Atomic Cowboy (3237 E Colfax Ave, Denver, CO) from 4-9. Sunday at washington park 11-7 with hodge and roxy goo.gl/hTgrL

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Denver: Basic Kneads Pizza truck

Our final stop at the Denver Art Walk was the Basic Knead Pizza truck.  The truck is a converted FedEx truck with a wood burning oven.
The truck can make pizzas to order, but unfortunately you can only get a 10″ pie, not by the slice.
We picked up two pies: a Margharita & “the Wise Guy”: Olive oil, Mozzarella, Sausage & Rosemary.




Basic Kneads Truck (@IKneadPizza)



The Margharita





Right out of the oven… the Wise Guy



Making pizza for the foodies with a smile!

Denver: Stick Food

After leaving Crock Spot, we found Stick Food. We picked a medley of items to take back to the hotel:
Waffle with nutella  (on a stick), Angus beef and chicken, and Mashed potato balls.

Mashed potato balls
inside the mashed potato balls
Angus beef & organic chicken
Waffle with nutella drizzed on top
Found them on Santa Fe & 8th Street at the Art Walk!

Denver: Crock Spot

While wandering around the Denver Artist Walk, we spotted Crock Spot at an art gallery.
The concept for Crock Spot is simple.Pick a grain. Pick a meat. Pick a sauce.

Karen selected couscous with chicken and mushrooms. We also took a jalapeno beef over barley with chipotle & chimichurri back to the hotel.

The Barley w/ Jalapeno beef with the Chimichurri & Chipotle sauce
CousCous with Chicken & Mushrooms and a Tzaziki sauce
Made to order
Medley of ingredients to select
Mandy & Stephen serving up Denver with a smile at Art Walk

Denver: El Caribe Venezuelan @QuieroArepas

Igor & Beckie at the Indoor Farmer’s Market on 200 Santa Fe in Denver
 
The El Caribe menu
Normally I don’t post this, but it was easier to explain the arepas this way
Shredded beef, cheese, black beans, plantains (sweet bananas) stuffed inside a homemade dough
The plantain and cheese arepas
Shredded beef simmering
Mushrooms and other ingredients simmering
The black beans

Nestled at the edge of Denver’s Art District at 200 Santa Fe is the only indoor Farmers Market. I also found El Caribe Venezuelan Arepas.

Arepas are handmade bread and can be enjoyed by itself or stuffed.

Beckie & Igor suggested the Pabellon, which was stuffed with stewed shredded beef, seasoned black beans, sweet plantains, & cheese. I had that, while Karen ate the Queso, the arepas stuffed with mozzarella & plantains.

The duo will be launching a truck very soon. Be sure to follow them at @queroarepas.

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