Kickstarting Our Food Truck, Part 2: The Terror of Being Half-Funded

The Terror of Being Half-Funded

It’s been an incredible first 15 or so days, roughly the first half of our Kickstarter campaign to execute a mid-career hail mary and launch ‘Wich, Please, a mobile concession trailer in Rockland, Maine. In the first two weeks, we’ve raised almost $14,000, from almost 200 different people from all across the country and from… 

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Today’s Sandwich: “The Polish Express” (Homemade)

Kielbasa Sandwich

Originally, I wanted to recreate a sandwich my parents used to make for me all the time when I was growing up: Polish kielbasa sausage, sliced horizontally, on white bread with onions and peppers. Only, I always opted to leave the onions and peppers off of my sandwich, instead applying mayonnaise liberally. Listen, I never… 

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Beet-Pickled Curried Deviled Eggs

Beet Pickled Curried Deviled Eggs

I love a good deviled egg. Y’know what? I love a BAD deviled egg. Whether served up all fancy gastropub-style on a piece of slate with artisinal olive oil and microgreens, or picnic-style with entirely too much mayonnaise and horseradish, when it comes to deviling things, I’m 100% on-board. If I could change one thing… 

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Nashville Hot Chicken Sliders

Nashville Hot Chicken Sliders

We get a lot of emails from people, pitching ideas for stories for this site. Some are sent by PR people, and their suggestions run the gamut from “mildly interesting” (“Foie Gras and You: Applying Rudimentary Food Ethics to Things That Are Delicious”) to the numbingly boring (“Chef Smorgasbord has written a cookbook called, ‘100… 

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8 Inspiring Ideas for Reinventing Pork Chops

Pan Seared Pork Chops with Pickled Peppers

I love pork chops. Actually, I’ll correct that. I LOVE ME SOME PORK CHOPS. They’re super cheap, pack tons of flavor, and any time I can eat an animal’s fat…I’m on board. Sometimes, though, your standard-issue pork chops aren’t the most inspiring ingredient. Once you’ve pan fried them, then pan fried them again, then pan… 

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