Hungry in Houston?
How about Houston’s Monster PBJ? It’s certified Monsterlicous!
A recent visit to Houston, Texas, uncovered this fun version of a ‘food truck’ service (* read more about food trucks below) — bright, colorful and offering The Ultimate PB&J Sandwich with gourmet variations!
Monster PBJ offers “have it your way” in THREE sizes: Junior (1 slice), Classic (2 slices) or Monster (3 slices) with choices of: Bread (white, wheat, gluten free white), Spreads (Almond, Cashew, Peanut), Fruit Toppings (Apple, Blueberry, Strawberry Jams or sliced apples, bananas, strawberries), and Sweeteners (Agave, Honey, Nutella). Other choices are: crusts removed, grilled, and style of cut (or uncut). And a few ‘extras’ such as a drink, chips, whole fruit and dessert.
* A food truck, also referred to as a mobile kitchen, mobile canteen, or catering truck is a mobile venue that sells food. . .where potential customers gather . . .where potential customers require regular meals or snacks (places of regular work or study). Sometimes (sadly) referred to as ‘roach coaches’, these valuable food service trucks are raising the bar and offering fresher, more wholesome and healthy, fast food for those needing a quick and convenient food break.
The origin of food trucks is a fun read starting back at the end of the American Civil War with the mass expansion westward, huge cattle drives, a need to feed the cowboys and attributing the first one (the famous Chuckwagon) to a Texas Cattleman. Night lunch wagons, catering to night-time workers, became a common sight in big cities. And now? A rise in food trucks in recent years is attributed to an apparent combination of economic and technological factors and “street food” being “hip” or “chic”. Watch for more discoveries of great food in fun places like Monsterlicious Monster PBJ Food Trucks!