The Food Rendezvous held in Venice. This was the first of what would be monthly get-together of local food artisans and I wanted to know more of the food and products they are featuring. There were also nonprofit food and agricultural organizations present, like Food Forward (foodforward.org) and Community Services Unlimited (csuinc.org) and was pleased to learn more about them.
Tapa Boy food truck was minutes away from where I planned to be. I have been following their tweets and thought their concept and especially the look of their truck is very clever. Tapa Boy have dubbed their food truck the "giant jeepney" so any Filipino would instantly be charmed by their look, I surely was.
So off I went, with my family in tow to have another breakfast and to see the giant jeepney before their official launch (which is this Friday). And yes, I made sure my kids had a "Kodak-an" moment. :)
Even though silog are considered breakfast dishes, they give such comfort that most crave and eat them any time of day. (I have yet to blog about silog but Malou (of Skip to Malou) recently done Longsilog here.)
This weekend turned out to be a great end to our summer.