Food Network channel’s Great Food Truck Race — my favorite cooking show. This is the second season and last August I had an incredible hunch on which truck would be the winner. In case you don’t remember, the Nom Nom Vietnamese sandwich truck rocked the entire season with intense wins and won several competitions with their savvy marketing skills. It was a true slap in the face when they came in first place 5 weeks in a row and then was the loser during the final round against Grill ‘Em All (the burger truck that I was rooting for — who wouldn’t want the team who makes burgers between two grilled cheeses to win?).This week was the start of the
To go along with the launch of the Great Food Truck season 2 this week, I wanted to share with you some amazing food that I recently had from a truck that was parked outside of my office one afternoon.
I spotted the Red Hook Lobster Pound truck from my office window and I bolted downstairs and ordered a Maine Lobster Roll with salt and vinegar chips. The $16 a roll pricing was brutal but every bite was fresh, juicy, light, and decadent all at the same time. The roll was perfectly buttered with a light crispy texture that complimented the creamy topping paired with the seasoned lobster. Besides the price, the only other part that I hated was that I was still hungry after I ate my lobster roll, I could have eaten four of rolls without any hesitation.
Even though it’s rather pricey and I was still hungry afterwards, I would definitely recommend checking out this mobile vehicle’s lobster creations … there’s nothing like a Lobster roll to quench your taste buds on a summer day!