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Reviews and Such Mobile Food

Habanero Sombrero – Fire on Broadway

Habanero Sombrero has gone off-Broadway. Over the winter the owners announced that they were closing down their truck. Since then they have reopened inside The Forks Market. The Forks location is in the Food Hall in the Common. The space was formerly occupied by Kyu Grill.  Why they left, I do not know. However their…

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Community Food ManyFest Mobile Food

Donuts, Coffee, Beer N Chips

Despite the title making it seem like I may have some sort of culinary death wish, it’s simply a description of my day Saturday. I was up early and headed out to Fools + Horses. Fool + Horses is my favourite writing spot, and I was there to chronicle my experiences on the first day…

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Mobile Food Restaurants Reviews and Such

Meltdown Grilled Cheese, Tia Maria’s Taqueria

It’s the second weekend of September and that means it’s time for Manyfest. Manyfest means it’s time for Food Truck Wars. This year there are 52 trucks entered. Although it may surprise some people, I won’t be trying them all. Instead I’m focusing on trucks like Meltdown Grilled Cheese and Tia Maria’s Taqueria, neither of…

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Reviews and Such Mobile Food

BBK Barbeque Trailer

I mentioned in my post on the Red Lake Coffee Co Truck, that on Canada Day, I had also eaten at BBK Barbeque trailer and that I’d include a review of that trailer shortly. BBK has been around for quite a few years now. It’s more of an event trailer than a street truck, so…

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Mobile Food Reviews and Such

Canada Fries Food Truck

Late last summer, early in the fall, my friend and fellow food lover Cory Boehm asked me if I had seen the new fry truck which was parked across from Holy Trinity. I think it showed up between Wednesdays, which are the days I’m at Holy Trinity to Celebrate the Eucharist. The truck is called…

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Mobile Food Reviews and Such

Tamale Time – Salvadoran Food Truck

With the new year, there are once again new food trucks. As the food truck activity in Winnipeg increases, the truck themselves are covering a wider area of the city. This means I don’t always catch them when they are new. Tamale Time is one that I am aware of, because Wendy Elias-Gagnon posted about…