By Andrew Z. Galarneau
If you have not been to Food Truck Tuesdays yet, look upon this picture, and be sad.
Last night at Larkin Square, you could have ordered a salad of warm fried chicken, watermelon radishes, kale, radicchio, pickled brown and black mustard seeds and creamy dill ranch dressing. For $8, or $4 a half order. From a truck. From Rochester.
The best-known of the 585's trucks, the Brick-N-Motor truck has made a lot of fans in Buffalo through its regular showings at Food Truck Tuesdays.
Good news for the hungry: Food Truck Tuesdays has been extended through Oct. 29, according to Larkin's Leslie Zemsky.
Here's BuffaloEats.org on the Brick-N-Motor menu, plus that of Le Petit Poutine, a Rochester poutine truck whose sausage gravy has left many awestruck. It has been at many Food Truck Tuesdays as well.
As is often the case, the people behind Brick-N-Motor have talked to Donnie Burtless about what they're up to.
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