Want to know where to get your food truck fix?  I know, I know - with over 20 food trucks to choose from this weekend, its hard to know where to go for the best mobile food with the widest variety!  Have no fear; I'm going to point you in the right direction!

After a hard week of work, you should start off your weekend by checking out Food Truck Fridays at Reynolds Village.  There will be at least four awesome food trucks there with glorious beer from Thirsty Monk to wash it all down!  Root Down, Bom Bus, Appalachian Smoke BBQ, and Taste & See are all scheduled to be there to fill your bellies.

The weather is going to be perfect, so come out and support your local food trucks while sampling some of Asheville's finest.  I'll be there with some snazzy AshevilleFoodTrucks.com stickers.  If you ask me, I'll give you one!  (Hint:  I like Duff's beer)

Last Saturday evening: Christi and I met some friends at Highland Brewing Company to relax in the meadow and grab some tasty food truck awesomeness!  If you've never been before, you MUST check it out!  It is the perfect end to a busy day or week of working for the man.  Make sure to bring a lawn chair, so you can chillax in the meadow, have a cold beer, eat some great food, and unwind with some friends!

Korean Sliders and a Bacon, Lettuce, Tomato, and Pimento Cheese sandwich from Lowdown!

Korean Sliders and a Bacon, Lettuce, Tomato, and Pimento Cheese sandwich from Lowdown!

Lowdown's famous BBQ Sandwich with pickled ocra!

Lowdown's famous BBQ Sandwich with pickled ocra!

It's a tough life!

It's a tough life!


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Yesterday, I had the pleasure of going to a continuing education class near the Biltmore Square Mall (sarcasm).  The ONLY good thing about that experience was that (with the help of AVLFoodTrucks.com) I realized that I was within walking distance of a food truck!  So for lunch, I hoofed it over to Doc Brown's BBQ - a mere 2 blocks from Brevard Road at 1200 Ridgefield Blvd, behind the Biltmore Square Mall.  I got there a little after 1pm, just after the big lunch crowd from the nearby office buildings.  

Owner David Brown served me a killer pulled pork bbq sandwich with some macaroni and cheese pie.  The sign of good bbq is how it tastes without sauce.  If you have to add bbq sauce to make it taste good, it ain't good bbq!  This pulled pork passes the test!  Since I love a good sauce, I tried out KC Red - slightly spicy and slightly sweet goodness.  Next time, I want to try the Alabama White.  I also chose some macaroni cheese pie as a side.  My girlfriend would love this macaroni and cheese; she would describe it as being "burny on top" - mac & cheese that is browned on top instead of being soupy.  David also let me try some chicken salad which was great, with just a hint of smokiness.

I can't wait to go back!  Check out the map to see where Doc Brown's BBQ will be next!

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Doc Brown's BBQ

Doc Brown's BBQ

Pulled Pork BBQ Sandwich and Mac & Cheese Pie

Pulled Pork BBQ Sandwich and Mac & Cheese Pie

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