This is my top, No.1 all-time favourite Christmas present of 2012.
So easy to clean!
It’s gratifying that my boy seems far more “connected” to his breakfast now that he’s eating from a batch of our muesli that he made all his own self.
Tonight – lentil soup a la Bennie!
A lot of people seem to be enjoying the arrival of food tucks in the west.
We have yet to sample the wares of Dos Diablos, but have noted with pleasure the regular “sold out!” notifications posted by the team from White Guy Cooks Thai on their Facebook page.
On Friday night, we had a supreme example of just what a pleasure and a boon such an operation can be.
No photos, no taking of notes, no seeking of information – just a feed for a tired but otherwise very normal family.
With dad returning from a return to work and subsequently tuckered out, we’d picked up Greek salad makings for dinner, but really … not in the mood to cook.
We’d just turned into Gamon St from Charles, when Bennie yelled out: “White Guy Cooks Thai!”
A quick application of the brakes and a U-turn later and we were parked in front of the White Guy truck and ready to rock.
Hainan chicken and mango salad, with heaps of pomegranate seeds, for him.
He loved it, opining halfway through: “I’d like to know how to make this!”
Green vegetable curry with rice and coleslaw for me.
Quite spicy, light, delicious, with green beans, potato, pumpkin, eggplant and more.
A fantastic, affordable meal, the timing of which could not have been better.
How have your food truck experiences been?