I know the original cast (Chef Jason, CEO Daniel & brilliant sous chef Jesse) are busy with The Food Network’s second season taping of ‘The Great Food Truck Race’, heading to Atlanta for this Memorial Day weekend BUT I was able to leave work early this Saturday past & was excited to hit the Lime Truck and their ‘Stay At Home’ cast of Adam, Chef Mark & Keba because they have brilliantly retained Chef Jason’s food standard AND creativity.
Now this has got to be my favorite ‘boat’ so far of what Chef Mark has been
doing since Chef Jason left him in charge of the food on the truck by galloping off with
a new Lime Truck into the sunrise of The Great Food Truck Race.
These beautiful little pillows have a tenderly crisp, tasty outer shell that
surprises the teeth as you bite down and break into them.
As that surprise demands wonderment & thought, you are then hit
with an amazingly mouth filling, tangy and creamy bright sourness that is
the gorgonzola cream sauce. It just barely coats the gnocchi pillows
and I would love to have demanded more but I couldn’t find my voice
as I was too overwhelmed by all the flavors and crispy tenderness of perfection filling the entire red & white plaid paper boat.
I loved it so much, this past experience, that I finger licked the boat clean.
If I could have tongue licked it with any sense of dignity, I would have, but I felt the
finger licking was the best alternative to my position standing out front (and to the left) of the truck.
That said, the other very delicious dish they were offering, that I partook of, was
the Gooey Lemon Chicken Sandwich.
5 thoughts on “Just A Lime Truck Qwickee”
Well, thanks for the great descriptive writings! I believe I’m gonna have to tear up that Gooey Lemon Chicken Sandwich. Sounds like a great idea, see you on Wednesday “LIME TRUCK”!!
I hope they have it for you cuz you know the menu changes weekly & often daily, so my fXd (fingers crossed) that they’ll have it for you to try.
Nice job, HungryDogg! You’ve managed to pique my interest in them again
It all looks so good and you describe the food so perfectly yummy, please mail me some I would love to partake of it. Especially the gnocchi.
I know, too bad they weren’t making them in Denver.