What’s cooking for the holiday?

July 4, 2015

A few weeks ago, I renewed my call for “Backyard BBQ” pictures. Today is another perfect time to do so again. I’m sure many of you are smoking meat today, and I’d love to see what’s cooking. Email me pics!… Read More...

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Mister Bee Potato Chip

July 4, 2015

Mister Bee Potato Chips are the only potato chips made in West Virginia, so naturally, I love them. While in Parkersburg, I wanted to go see the factory because I’m crazy. They don’t have much of a retail space, but… Read More...

Happy 4th Of July

July 4, 2015

On the 4th of July Americans celebrate our Independence Day. To all of the fantastic Mobile Cuisine readers, please have a safe and happy 4th of July. Enjoy this beautiful summer day with your family and friends with plenty of time set… Read More...

Homemade Blueberry Ice Cream

July 4, 2015

Homemade Blueberry Ice Cream When the blueberries are in season, I try to find as many recipes as possible before the season ends. As this years blueberry crop starts to dwindle, I decided to make some Blueberry Ice Cream, before… Read More...

Healthier Baked Barbecued Chicken Leg Recipe

July 4, 2015

A little trick I use to get the fat out then pour your favorite sauce on top and then find out what else I do to make these healthier baked chicken legs over the top delicious! Healthier Baked Barbecued Chicken… Read More...

Korean Bulgogi Lettuce Wraps

July 4, 2015

Thinly sliced and quick to cook, Korean bulgogi is served in lettuce wraps with toppings to create a fun and flavorful meal. By Emily Clifton My favorite Korean dish is Bulgogi (in Korean, literally “fire-meat”) which is very thinly sliced… Read More...

Caramelized White Chocolate and Blueberry Crostata

July 4, 2015

A buttery crust, toasty caramelized white chocolate and baked blueberries make up this rustic crostata perfect with vanilla ice cream for you summer soirée. By Graham Blackall Pro tip: blueberry picking is all fun and games until you realize that… Read More...

Bath Diary: Vegetarian Bath

July 4, 2015

Back in April, for my birthday, my boyfriend Pete treated me to a weekend away in my birthplace, the city of Bath. The entire weekend was planned out, right down to where we would be eating, so I actually have… Read More...

Our First Visit to Disneyland in 2002 #‎60Daysto60Years‬

July 3, 2015

Many of you know that my family and I are huge Disney fans, especially Disneyland.  When I was invited to be part of a group of bloggers celebrating the 60th anniversary of Disneyland with a special… [[ This is a… Read More...

Friday Fourplay: London’s ‘School Dining Hall’ Restaurant, Korean-Style J-Cones, Food Art Couture, and Japan’s Unagi Cola

July 3, 2015

The 4 most interesting food/drink-related things we saw this week. Continue reading →… Read More...

Fun Food Facts #24

July 3, 2015

Fun Food Facts #24: BRIEF FACTS ABOUT CHICORY… Read More...

Apricot & Prosciutto Pizza with Sriracha & Honey

July 3, 2015

Ripe apricots, prosciutto, red onions, and arugula get a flavor boost from spicy Sriracha and drizzled honey on this simple summer pizza. Most of the pizza that we make at our house is pretty improvised. Whatever happens to be on… Read More...

Brisket at Hays County Bar-B-Que (San Marcos, TX)

July 3, 2015

Up close & personal with some brisket during an April visit to Hays County Bar-B-Que:… Read More...

4th of July Cheesecake Pie Recipe

July 3, 2015

Every year I try to make some festive desserts. Usually cupcakes, cookies or filled watermelons. This year I thought everyone would enjoy cheesepie since its easy to throw together and refreshing. Wishing all my readers a safe Holiday weekend. 4th… Read More...

number 1 grilling holiday: Fourth of July.

July 3, 2015

Buttermilk Brined Grilled Chicken, photo Celebrate with these Favorites! It’s no wonder we enjoy outdoors celebrating our Independence Day, there’s so much to do. Besides watching fireworks, Americans enjoy grilling and picnics on the fourth more than any other holiday.… Read More...

Wheeling Edition: Ye Olde Alpha

July 3, 2015

Ye Olde Alpha is an landmark bar and restaurant in Wheeling that dons deer, moose and other wildlife on the walls and has done so for more than 80 years. The tradition apparently dates back to 1932 when the owner and… Read More...

Madeleines de Commercy

July 3, 2015

Madeleines are the perfect treat for breakfast or afternoon tea. Sweet but not too much, with fresh ingredients and lovely vanilla flavor. By Valentina Mariani Recipe from Brasserie Blanc Restaurant. Madeleines de Commercy   Print Madeleines are the perfect treat… Read More...

Fresh Cherry Scones

July 3, 2015

Warm cherry scones fresh out of the oven are perfect to celebrate the special, and all too short, cherry season that is coming to a close. By Blandine Wilcox Cherries are a fruit which I adore a lot, a symbol… Read More...

How to Eat Well in San Francisco

July 3, 2015

Broken down by neighborhood, read the scoop on favorite eateries around San Francisco before you visit. By Kimberley Hasselbrink This article has been posted with permission and originally appeared as San Francisco City Guide to Good Eating on Relish Kimberley… Read More...

Pecan and Peach Paleo Waffles

July 3, 2015

Warm cinnamon-spiced peaches are nestled on top of warm, fluffy waffles and sprinkled with crunchy pecans for a paleo-friendly start to the day. By Caitlin Sherwood Waffles have been the breakfast of champions around here all month, as I’ve worked… Read More...

Caramel and Pecan Topped Shortbread Bars

July 3, 2015

Somehow, these sweet-tooth approved caramel and pecan topped shortbread bars are gluten and diary free, but still wildly delicious. Use nut flours and coconut cream to create this dessert. By Carmen Sturdy Calling anyone with a serious sweet tooth! You… Read More...

Cold Spicy Szechuan Noodles

July 3, 2015

Recreate a vegan version of the favorite Chinese  dish, cold spicy Szechuan noodles, similar to the spicy Dan Dan noodles. By Elaine Luo This vegan version of Szechuan-style cold noodles is known as Szechuan Liangmian. With a long history, it is been… Read More...

Changes Could Lead To Roaming San Bernardino Food Trucks

July 3, 2015

SAN BERNARDINO, CA – The San Bernardino County Planning Commission this week approved a recommendation to revise a county ordinance that will allow food trucks to roam freely in unincorporated areas. The proposal now goes before the Board of Supervisors… Read More...

Franklin D Roosevelt Freedom Quote

July 3, 2015

“In the truest sense, freedom cannot be bestowed; it must be achieved.” – Franklin D. Roosevelt The post Franklin D Roosevelt Freedom Quote appeared first on Mobile Cuisine | Gourmet Food Trucks, Carts and Street Eats.… Read More...

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Profumi orientali: tagliatelle di riso con gamberi, verdure e granella di arachidi

July 3, 2015

Prendendo spunto da un ricettario di cucina thai e dopo aver assaggiato una variante di questo piatto in un noto ristorante orientale nella stazione di Milano, ho deciso di provarlo a fare a casa. Risultato eccellente! La granella di arachidi… Read More...

Ten Outdoor Cooking Ideas for July 4th

July 3, 2015

Looking for some fabulous ideas for cooking outdoors on the Fourth of July?  We’ve got you covered!  Here’s some great tasting, great looking, and fun-to-make delicious food that that will fit right in with all the festivities that are going… Read More...

Sorbets & Granitas | Early Summer BSFIC Roundup

July 2, 2015

For the latest Bloggers Scream For Ice Cream I set a theme of sorbets and granitas. Corin at Pro-Ware Kitchen created this rather grown up Tangerine and Prosecco Sorbet, the perfect palate cleanser. I love the beautiful orange colour and… Read More...

Turkish coffee, a 500-year-old tradition (via Star2)

July 2, 2015

Turkish coffee, a 500-year-old tradition… Read More...

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Funtastic Friday #31

July 2, 2015

It’s that time of the week again – Funtastic Friday is live! Yipee! Woo hoo! This week I made Patriotic Throw Pillows with leftover fabric and Amarena Gelato. Look for a post about a giveaway this weekend (it’s exciting:-). One more… Read More...

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Roasted Brussels Sprouts with Garlic, Bacon and Balsamic Vinegar

July 2, 2015

Brussels Sprouts were clearly the turnaround vegetable of 2014.  Quickly rising from bad childhood memories to the Number 1 side dish on nearly every restaurant menu in America.  Most of that was likely due to the fact that they were… Read More...

Tampa Burger Review – Burger Monger

July 2, 2015

Tampa burger places are getting to be as common as Starbucks, which is perfectly fine with FoodieFrog. Seems every week there’s a new place opening in town.  This time it was Burger Monger in South Tampa. We just can’t pass… Read More...

Meat Lovers Breakfast Skillet

July 2, 2015

Meat Lovers Breakfast Skillet If you like sausage and bacon you need to check this out! Off the Hook!! Ken wanted breakfast for dinner guests. Happily we just got lots of bacon and sausage from Zaycon Fresh. The sausage links… Read More...

Toast! Photocopy style.

July 2, 2015

Check out this darling, yellow and yellowing paperback for kids, published by… XEROX? I love finding children’s cookbooks because they take me back to my own childhood, and the books given to me as gifts. The ones I had contained… Read More...

Talenti Gelato Summer Flavors

July 2, 2015

The temperatures are soaring into the triple digits here in Arizona,  and I know it’s hot where you are too!  What is my favorite way to stay cool this summer?  With a dish of one of the… [[ This is… Read More...

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Behind the Food: Hodo Soy

July 2, 2015

Full Circle works with the best farmers, ranchers and artisan producers in the industry to source only top-quality organic produce and other all-natural foods for our members. This week, we’re taking a deeper look at an Oakland-based company that crafts… Read More...

Nautical Themed Decorations

July 2, 2015

It’s Summer! So why not bring a little beach inside with these Nautical Themed Decorations! These easy to make decorations go perfectly on your Mantel, Table or even as Party Decorations. One of my favorite places to go to is… Read More...

4 Startup Budget Must-Do’s For Your Future Food Truck

July 2, 2015

Your food truck startup budget serves as a road map for building your business. Be warned though that it requires a delicate balance. Taking a few risks during the launch of your truck is a great strategy, but maintaining a budget… Read More...

Yogurt Popsicles with Honey and Nectarines

July 2, 2015

Popsicle recipes are all the rage these past few summers, though homemade popsicles are hardly a new idea. Back in my kid raising days, buying packaged popsicles was relegated to the trucks that appeared with their tinkling bells, and colorful… Read More...

BUBBA Veggie Burgers

July 2, 2015

This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of BUBBA Burger for IZEA. All opinions are 100% mine. Lately, I have been doing yoga and trying to eat healthier. These black bean veggie burger work as healthy replacement to traditional burgers… Read More...

Control COGS In Your Food Truck

July 2, 2015

In the mobile food industry, the term “COGS” stands for cost of goods sold. The term describes the amount of money a food truck spends on supplies and food ingredients – such as beverages, seasonings, meats, fruits and vegetables –… Read More...

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Smooth Ambler Spirits

July 2, 2015

Patiently crafted Appalachian spirits in Greenbrier County. Smooth Ambler Spirits, founded in 2009, set out to produce just that. The craft distillery says it uses a combination of high-valley mountain air, natural waters, ideal temperature variations and friendly folks to… Read More...

Taco Bus – Tampa – Hillsborough Ave

July 2, 2015

Taco Bus is true to its name.  They have both Tacos and a bus.  We were driving around Seminole Heights recently and it wasn’t quite time for us to stop for lunch.  That all changed when we drove by their… Read More...

HEB Issues Recall For Hamburger And Hotdog Buns

July 2, 2015

H-E-B has issued a voluntary recall for H-E-B brand hamburger and hotdog buns and Hill Country Fare hotdog buns due to the possible presence of foreign material that might impact the quality of the product. A terry cloth glove used for… Read More...

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Middle-Earth and Magnificent Edibles at The Hobbit Café

July 2, 2015

Just as “not all who wander are lost,” not all who eat at the Hobbit Café are (or need be) die-hard Tolkien fans. But those who are will find this Houston dining institution particularly charming for its collection of Lord… Read More...

Tito King’s Kitchen Debuts at Jimmy’s No. 43

July 2, 2015

Already set with a good-time vibe and an ever-changing list of craft beers, Jimmy’s No. 43 takes things up a notch with a permanent kitchen team headed by Chef King Phojanakong serving Filipino-Thai street food. By Annelise McAuliffe A bar… Read More...

Try Swedish Thursdays: Summer Tomato Pastry with Västerbottensost

July 2, 2015

PARTNER POST — TrySwedish Thursdays is a culinary collaboration between TrySwedish, West Sweden, Gothenburg and Sweden’s most famous and loved cheese Västerbottensost®. Discover the edible delights of the land. Perfect as a party appetizer or a savory morning dish, this… Read More...

Patriotic Fruit Popsicles

July 2, 2015

Grab some of summer’s fresh berries, a touch of sugar, and your favorite yogurt to easily create a festive cool dessert. By Kellie Van What do you do when you have an overload of summer strawberries? Well, you Red, White,… Read More...

Jalapeño and Sweet Corn Chowder

July 2, 2015

Summer has its own category of comfort food and one that fits the bill is this spicy jalapeño and sweet corn chowder paired with sharp white cheddar. A delicious bowl of spicy, sweet, and creamy. By Annie Holmes I have… Read More...

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