We would like to clarify a thing or two about our participation in any sort of food truck organization and how to get in contact with us to book an event. We do not currently, nor do we intend to participate in any sort of food truck organization. While we support the trucks in these organizations, and genuinely believe there is room for all the food trucks/carts in this city, Jesse and I have chosen to follow our original business model and will remain a stand-alone unit.
You may ask, “Well Liz, why bring it up? Just don’t be part of it.” Here is the deal. We don't want the assumption to be that in order to book our truck for an event you must go through one of these organizations. This is absolutely NOT true. We are a privately owned business. We do not work through any brokering group, association, or individual to book our events. You can feel free to call or email Jesse or myself anytime to book us for your event, party, etc and we will be happy to work with you directly.
Jesse and I appreciate each of you that have supported us throughout this journey. All of you are proof that what we’re doing is viable and that the extra effort and time we spend grinding meat and our attention to detail is not in vain. We look forward to finishing out the year as strongly as we entered it and keeping this mother rolling. See you all soon!
Monday, July 16, 2012
It's time to get out those cameras and start showing us getting your Grind on! If your picture gets the most likes you could win a $100 worth of vouchers to the truck. That's a lot of B&B's and duck fat potatoes. Here's how to enter:
1.) Take a picture of yourself eating a Grind burger, visiting the Grind truck, wearing your Grind t-shirt, make some Grind art, whatever, just show us you getting your Grind on.
2.) Email it to us at email@example.com, Tweet it to us @louisvillegrind or send it in a Facebook message at www.facebook.com/louisvillegrind.
3.) We'll upload all the images to our blog and whichever picture gets the most comments will get a $100 worth of vouchers to use on food and drink at the truck. Maybe you want to treat your office to lunch. Maybe you want to bring your family out for breakfast at the farmers market. Maybe you want to save all that beef for yourself - it's up to you!
Entries will be accepted until August 6th so that will give you enough time to get that picture together. Make it funny, make it interesting, make it artsy, make it scandalous (well, not too scandalous, but you know what I mean) just make it a winner. Happy Grinding!
*We reserve the right to not include any pictures that are gross, or rude, or just not appropriate but we're all big boys and girls here so as long as you don't get too ridiculous we should be all good. :) You may participate in one solo shot and one group shot, but please no more than one of each per person. :)
Posted by Jesse and Liz at 10:12 PM
Thursday, July 12, 2012
burger topped with choice of cheese, lettuce, tomato, onion
burger topped with brie, thick cut bacon, choice of red pepper jelly or apricot jam
Stone Cross Farms bacon, sliced avocado, spring mix, Long View Farms mustard microgreens, heirloom tomatoes, thyme and garlic infused mayo.
housemade veggie burger using various roasted vegetables (Ex. chickpea, lentils, spaghetti squash, portabella, almonds) and our housemade adobo sauce
*can be vegan, gluten-free and allergen-free – just ask
Rosemary potatoes with a house smoked ketchup
$3 per order
Rooibee Red Tea (local), San Pellegrino sparking water, Goose Island Root Beer, Mexican Coca Cola, Annie May’s Sweet Café vegan/gluten-free buns or sourdough bread.
“Dirty” brand chips, Coke, Diet Coke, Sprite, water, extra cheese, bacon
All the beef for our burgers are house ground from whole cuts and hand pattied. No fillers. No additives. We use all grass fed beef from Foxhollow Farm in Crestwood, KY. Our buns are baked locally by Dolce, Klaus and Annie May's Sweet Cafe. Veggies are local when in season. Our veggie burger is all hand blended – no manufactured patties are EVER used.
Notice: The consumption of raw or undercooked eggs, meat, poultry, seafood or shellfish may increase your risk of food borne illness.
Posted by Jesse and Liz at 8:24 PM