Now that’s a serious looking “food cart”. If it was fake I would consider it a novelty, but owner, chef and baker Steven Forster is serving his chili out of a 1943 wood fired Chech Army Field Kitchen. He uses mostly local and organic ingredients and it was an excellent chili.
This was sophisticated sit down restaurant quality breakfast at reasonable prices. Everyone can make breakfast, but not everyone can make it quite like this. Chef and owner Steve has worked at fine dining restaurants including Bishop’s and Thomas Keller’s French Laundry.
It is the “New York” of the West Coast and being an Alpha city it is not really short of anything. It is fancy and ghetto with everything in between and there are more restaurants than anyone wants to count. I made a side trip out to LA and this isn’t an official “Follow Me Foodie to LA”, but just a lick of LA.
If you’re serious about your barbeque than you’re likely aware of all these upcoming events happening in and around Vancouver. Actually, none of them take place in Vancouver and all of them are taking place in the good ‘ol burbs! Forget the tweet ups, this is a MEAT up! Prepare for meat sweats.
Barbeque is regional and there are so many different styles for it. Peckinpah specializes in North Carolina style BBQ and is known for their pulled pork. It’s not a style of BBQ that is for everybody and that’s why you have to understand it to appreciate it. Personally I thought it was solid and I would go back.
I like. No, I love! This is one to watch out for. It’s a rather new food truck and I have high hopes for them if they can stay consistent. The have the passion, quality ingredients, right price, good value, friendly attitude and great philosophy. This is Western North Carolina style BBQ!