The Trending Edition
Yeah, I totally used a buzz word to talk about food just now. I might even say paradigm at some point. Sue me! Anyway, we figured it’s an interesting time in the world of food. Collectively we have so many options beyond the typical brick and mortar restaurant and grocery store experience. Even just 10 years ago, the idea of choosing to eat from a food truck, let alone many different food trucks just wasn’t something you did. But, now look at us. The phrase “food truck pod” or, a gathering of delicious food trucks is a real thing. The increasing ability to get farm to table ingredients delivered to you by an online service is expanding, as is the availability of healthy, high quality ready-made and pre-portioned food delivery services. These truly are fast times we’re living in.
Check into Graze,
and the Kogi Truck if you’re into it.
We also heard some awesome cuts by one of my personal favorites, Flight of the Conchords,
Dum Dum Girls who are really hot,
and Band of Horses who have beards.
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