Mark your calendar for September 24th.
That’s when the Blue Valley Food Truck Fest takes place at 137th and Antioch.
Food prices start at seven dollars, and proceeds benefit the Blue Valley Rec Scholarship program that helps kids in need enjoy recreational activities.
Participating trucks include:
This truck is named after a moose that some believe is real while others say he is simply a figment of the community’s imagination. The creature is said to be dark blue with huge antlers, and the owners of the dark blue truck say the vehicle is the “Moose on the Loose.” The menu includes tamales, pulled pork, and corn dogs.
Little Italy offers timeless Italian dishes made from recipes passed down from generation to generation. The staff is known for both its friendliness and cleanliness, and the cooks prepare meals such as Italian steak sandwiches, pepperoni pizza, and Italian chicken soup.
Owned by Eric and Julia Ireland, Torched Goodness is a truck that only serves creme brulee. Chef Eric trained in French cuisine, and the couple enjoys bringing this delicious dessert to the streets of Kansas City and beyond. In 2012, Torched Goodness was named the sixth best food truck in the USA by Smithsonian Magazine and was chosen by Nestle as one of twelve trucks across the country to debut its Butterfinger Bites. Eric makes the creme brulee in an array of flavors including traditional vanilla, zesty lemon, and sea salt caramel.
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