Posts Tagged ‘Fry Captain’

Hitting the Sauce: Ahoy! Fry Captain Returns to Dominate the D.C. Dipping Scene

Too many people have asked Fry Captain food truck mastermind Jake Sendar, “Just French fries? What else?” They're missing the point. “Fries are a means of tasting the sauces," he explains. "And the cool thing about the sauces and seasonings is that it gives you a whole different meal every time. You can taste different […]

Meet Eatonville’s New Executive Chef, Garret Fleming

Many of you may remember Tim Carman's Beard-nominated cover story last year that chronicled the way in which Andy Shallal selected Eatonville's first chef. If you recall, the story didn't end well. Chris Newsome, initially appointed executive chef after winning the Top Chef-style contest, was quickly replaced by runner-up Rusty Holman. Holman left Eatonville this […]

Curbside Cookoff Starts Today at CityCenterDC

UPDATED: 11:46 a.m. 10/7/2010 It's a celebration of the city's emerging food truck culture, yes. But the inaugural Curbside Cookoff is also a political statement for many of the participants, who hope it will resonate with D.C. Council members whenever they decide to tackle the contentious vending regulations this fall. Twenty of the city's favorite […]

Eatonville Chef Contest ‘Winner’ Rusty Holman Now Working at a Food Truck

Holy crap, is that Rusty Holman?! No way, it can't be! Don't embarrass him, or yourself, by asking! Don't even make eye contact! But what if it is Rusty? You'd be one lame-ass food writer if you don't find out what he's doing slinging fries out of a food truck on Farragut Square!  Don't forget […]

Last Week’s Greatest Hits on Young & Hungry

Spike Mendelsohn's now-it's-open, now-it's-not pizzeria continued to attract readers in droves to the Y&H blog, probably because no one had any clue when the joint would actually open. It's supposed to launch today. The week was marked by some other high-trafficked items, including the latest food trucks coming to our streets this summer. Take a […]

The Fry Captain and Other Food Trucks Coming to D.C.’s Streets

Rolling, rolling, rolling....keep those food trucks rolling. I'm not sure the streets around L'Enfant Metro will be able to handle all the new food trucks rolling our way. Yesterday, WaPo reported on Eat Wonky, the truck with the Canadian-like lust for poutine.  The same day, DCist briefly noted the forthcoming CapMac truck, which will peddle […]