American Fare Gourmet Food Truck Menu
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“The Best from the East to the West”
What could be more American than baseball and apple pie, except our American Gourmet food truck franchise? Combing all 50 states, we braved cowboys, flash mobs, Hollywood starlets, and New Yorkers, in order to bring you the finest gourmet cuisine from across the country. We went with food that is representative of particular regions or states, giving you the culinary equivalent of a cross-country road trip. You’re on your own with the tunes, beer, snacks, and obnoxious sidekicks who stick their feet out the window as you drive. We just make delicious cuisine bar none. Oh, and one more thing – suck it, apple pie! You did not make the cut, despite your lobbying and blatant bribery. What state are you from? What region? I rest my case. Baseball, you can stay.
Tonawanda boneless chicken “wings”
Ever wonder what lies just beyond Buffalo, Tonawanda NY, that’s what. Now these wings are the ultimate better than buffalo wings. Could you imagine a Gourmet food truck franchise with Buffalo wings? Well, now it is reality.
Spice rubbed marinated chicken breast meats Panco and unites as one in the deep fryer and then we toss ‘em with buttery hot sauce. We guarantee you’ll get your hot rush on.
Pennsylvania Dutch Apple Dumplings
These little puppies might have origins with the Pennsylvania Dutch, but this is a whole new level of appetizer.
We should have dedicated a truck just to these. If you’re in the mood for a sweet lotta somethin’ look no further! xoxo
The Chicago (17 Sandwich )
beef, panco & tomato, meatloaf with Chicago red sauce on Italian bread
As far as we recall, there was no mention of meatloaf on the band Chicago’s finest album, and the sandwich has less than 17 ingredients, still meatloaf city to me!
The Philly (Mood)
shaved steak & mozzarella cheese on French bread
Mmmm….I can already taste the hot shaved steak that melts in with the cheese on the French bread and makes my mouth go into fits of ecstasy. Sorry, what was it you wanted?
The New Orleans (Bubba Bob Wrap)
Shrimp, Fried Okra, Onion, Red & Green Pepper Kabob dipped in Rich Gumbo Sauce Grilled and then revved up like a deuce
You could boil shrimp, broil it, bake it, sautee it, or you could bubba bob it, like we do. Take some southern goodness, add a tasty gumbo sauce, and shrimp kabobs, and you’ve been bubba bobbed. It’s a verb. Don’t say we didn’t warn you.
The NY (Tantalizer wrap)
Strip steak kabob wrap
Kabobs stacked high with thick and juicy chunks of strip steak and grilled vegetables. Such a workout on the grill, don’t blame us if it’s sweating juicy goodness drips from your sandwich.
The San Franciscan (Reale)
Steamed Vegetables: Broccoli, Carrot, Cauliflower with melted swiss on Sourdough
The classic San Francisco sandwich, right up there will trolley cars, the Golden Gate bridge, the bay, and rice a roni. Getting nostalgic. I’m going to book my ticket now. After I eat this sandwich, that is. Inspiration comes first.
The Wisconsin (Stuffed)
Braunschweiger liverwurst with Swiss cheese on Sourdough Bread
Liverwurst is the classic Wisconsin soul food. We suggest to go with it a six pack of beer one bag of ice cubes and a cooler. Take the beer out of the cardboard packaging and intermingle beer and ice in the cooler. Chill for a half hour and serve. This sandwich goes with any beer any ice cubes and just about any cooler. And you can serve this on your american fare gourmet food truck!
The Baltimore (Pinched Me)
Crabmeat, mustard, worcestershire & fried into a yummy cake
Baltimore is known for crabs. We are known for good food. Crabs plus good food equals good crabs. It’s a simple equation with a deliciously satisfying end.
The Delmonico (as in New York)
Delmonico steak ground into a lean and awesome tasting mega-steakburger
There are burgers and then there are burgers and then there’s the Delmonico burger. This is a steak burger so thick and juicy and delicious we shouldn’t even call it a burger, so we don’t.
The New England (Chowda )
If you’ve never pahked yah cah in hahvahd yahd, then you’ve probably neva tasted New England chowda. It’s only authentic if you drop the “er” at the end.
The Louisiana (Po’ Boy )
roast beef & seafood on a baguette
What kind of po’ boy eats roast beef and seafood on a baguette? I want to be poor like him. Pass me a baguette!
The Tijuana (Enchilada Denada )
shaved beef & jack cheese with hot chili sauce in a flour tortilla
Too much hotness to be contained in a taco, we needed a thick flour tortilla to hold the combination of beef and jack with chili sauce. Bring on the good eats…Ole!
The L. A. (Galbi )
Grilled thin slices of beef short ribs marinated with homemade BBQ sauce, served with rice
Sure, the secret’s in the sauce. But it’s also in the short ribs. And the rice. The secret? We call it taste, and we’ve got it in spades.
The Alamo ( Dog )
Foot long dog dipped in batter and fried
This dog isn’t for amateurs. Like taking a ride on the rodeo bull at the bar, you’ve got to hold on tight and expect the unexpected. Good doggie.
Pennsylvania Shoo-fly Pie
Everyone and everything loves this pie. People. Couches. And flies. Especially when they can buy it from an american fare Gourmet food truck! That’s because it’s sweet, and let’s be honest, it’s pie. And a damned good one at that. While we welcome couches and people, we don’t want no flies, and hope that the name of the pie will be enough of a deterrent. That usually works.
Boston Cream Doughnuts
There is cream and there is cream, and then there is Boston cream. Boston cream is cream plus cream plus an added dose of cream which we build a donut around and glaze with chocolate. So if you love cream plus cream plus an added dose of cream or chocolate glaze, this is certainly your donut that no other american fare Gourmet food truck can beat.