Who doesn’t remember the thrill of visiting the carnival, fair, and amusement park for death defying roller coasters, goofy characters, and giant stuffed prizes? Over time, memories of those once dazzling spectacles often fade and the stuffed bears are thrown away, but the aroma of the food lingers on.
Hot dogs, turkey legs, cotton candy, nachos, and more. There’s something special about the taste and aroma of the treats we could only find under the Big Top that brought smiles to our younger selves. Those memories tend to resurface at local parades or sporting events, but more often than not the opportunity to taste those delectable foods from our youth are fewer and far between. That is until now.
Despite the unfortunate moniker “French” Fries, the Fry (aka French-Fried Potatoes, Finger Chips, Steak Fries, or Chips) is about as American as baseball and apple pie.
Simple, cheap, salty (or not), crispy (or not), wedged or straight cut, seasoned (or not), dipped, topped, smothered. There is no end to the ways that fries can be prepared; And, there are endless debates on what constitutes “Good” fries.
Food Trucks have become all the rage. Their ability to setup quickly and to deliver a quality product fast makes them a wonderful option for all sorts of activities, including festivals, parties, gatherings, rallies, sporting events, and even weddings. But today’s eateries on wheels are much more than the corner hot dog vendor of yesterday.
These mobile behemoths often incorporate professional kitchens complete with all the cooking, baking, and frying tools (and gadgets) found in top brick and mortar restaurants.
If you’re a Mac & Cheese fanatic than you haven’t lived ’til you’ve tried the one and only Bebo’s Mac Shack. The mobile eatery works its way around Charlotte so whenever you get that urge for the ultimate comfort food they’re just around the corner.
BNB took a second to visit with Bebo’s and talk about the biz. Check them out:
Twitter & Facebook @BebosMacshack