My main reason for going to Evergreen Rocks was to check out Fuel Cafe Food Truck. Saturday was also the opening day of our Downtown Farmer's Market, which is where you can find Fuel's food truck along with other local food trucks. Sadly I couldn't take part in opening day but the market runs til October so there will be plenty of Saturdays for me to venture to the market. When I first became vegan along with Imagine's menu, Fuel's vegan burgers saved my veganism. These patties were created by Fuel's owner Erik and are also available at our local Whole Foods in the deli case. Now the burger is not available on the food truck but they do offer the perfect hand held food. TACOS! The fuel vegan burger is crumbled and served in locally made soft corn tortillas topped with vegan cheese, lettuce, salsa, red onion, cilantro, and vegan sour cream. It has been 6 months since I was able to have one of the babies and I was over joyed when my name was called letting me know my order was ready. These tacos are stuffed to the brim with vegan goodness so if you are not a trained professional you may need a fork.
Another thing I love about Fuel's food truck is the array of crazy hot sauces they have and yesterday I found a new one that is the Whole Foods version of my beloved Sriracha called Ninja Squirrel. It is not a spicy as Sriracha but the bottle was just too cute!! I may just buy a bottle because it is so adorbs.
Before Keithon and I stuffed our faces with tacos we headed over to my favorite camper photo trailer. Yes you heard me right trailer. Amurica is the brain child of Memphis local Jamie Harmon and where ever there is a Memphis you will find Jamie with trailer in tow. This is not your typical photo booth in the Amurica photo both you will find all types of props to enhance your photo experience so if you are looking for a zany, memorable photo track down this trailer. Check out these pictures.
So all in all Saturday was a great day. I was able to have a my beloved taco, have a new picture for my desk at work and a really good friend helped take a big weight off my shoulders. If you can't check out the Fuel Food Truck on Saturdays at the Farmer's Market check out their Facebook page to get updates on where it will be during the week. Hey its a food truck do you really expect it to sit still but if you don't want to chase down the truck check out the brick and mortar. The same goes for Amurica as well as the trailer they also have a studio and both are located in Midtown. Yet another reason Cassi loves Midtown.