Photos: Kassia's Pasta Farm celebrates the season at Infinite Monkey Theorem
Scott Lentz
Kassia Koukari of Kassia's Pasta Farm plates up some kale pesto noodles at Infinite Monkey Theorem Urban Winery.
Before Kassia Koukari parks Roberto, the three-wheeled delivery bike for Kassia's Pasta Farm, for the season, she wheeled him to the Infinite Monkey Theorem on Thursday night for the kickoff of Operation: Turkey Raisin', a food/fundraiser for Denver Rescue Mission's Thanksgiving Turkey Drive. Through November 23, a portion of all Kassia's Pasta Farm's sales will be donated to the cause -- and customers who donate a can of food will get a dollar off a pasta dish.

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Eat St. filming Denver food trucks for Mile-High Mealtime segment

Lori Midson
El Toro the Tot is one of several Denver food trucks that will appear in an upcoming Eat St. segment.

Seven Denver-based food trucks, including Quiero Arepas, Pink Tank, Orange Crunch, Hey PB&J, Big Kiwi's Gourmet Eats, El Toro the Tot and Street Eats 5280, are getting their fifteen minutes of fame this week and next as filming crews from Eat St., a meals-on-wheels show hosted by James Cunningham that bills itself as a "lip-smacking celebration of North America's tastiest, messiest and most irresistible street food," descend upon the Mile High City to shoot the trucks -- and the food they serve -- for an upcoming segment.

See also: Photos: The final Justice League of Street Food party

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Photos: The final Justice League of Street Food party

Categories: Food Trucks

Lori Midson

Last week, when I interviewed Delores Tronco about the end to the Justice League of Street Food -- and the group's pavement parties that pioneered Denver's mobile food movement, the last of which took place on Saturday -- the initial organizer of those gatherings had this to say: "We hope that someone else will pick up the reins and bring another great series of food truck parties to life, but since this is the last Justice League party ever, we hope that we'll be able to go out with a bang."

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After one last bash, the Justice League of Street Food will end the party

August 3 marks the finale for the Justice League of Steet Food.

Judging from the notes of woe on the Justice League of Street Food's Facebook page, where it was announced earlier today that the coalition's food truck parties will come to an end on August 3, there are an awful lot of saddened loyalists. "What a downer," wrote one disheartened fan. "What. The. Fuck." wrote another. "Why stop a good thing?" wondered someone else.

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- Get in line at the Justice League for Street Food inaugural party
- Justice League of Street Food dishes about its upcoming secret bash

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Waffle Up delivers a taste of Belgium with Liege waffles. Sweet!

Categories: Food Trucks

Denver's food-truck scene already offered just about every type of cuisine that you can imagine when Tom McCarty and Jasmine Spoonemore thought they'd come up with an opening large enough to, well, drive a truck through. And in April, McCarty and Spoonemore debuted Waffle Up, where they create Liège waffles hot off the heavy-cast iron and served with your choice of toppings.

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Pride of Philly hits the streets of Denver with authentic cheesesteaks

Categories: Food Trucks

From Pride of Philly's Facebook page.
Born into a family that owned a deli in Philadelphia, Jason Delp knew exactly what a true cheesesteak tasted like -- and when he moved to Denver, he couldn't find one. "I wanted people to experience cheesesteak the way that I had it growing up -- made with ribeye and smothered in Cheez Whiz and sautéed onions," Delp explains. So he finally took matters into his own hands, and left the corporate world to start his own food truck, Pride of Philly.

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East Coast Joe's gets in on the food-truck frenzy

Categories: Food Trucks

East Coast Joe's is on a roll in Denver.
After owning two restaurants and a nightclub in the U.S. Virgin Islands, Joseph Gerace was burned out and ready to take his cooking in a new direction. So he packed his bags and moved to Denver, where he and Alli Evans bought a 1961 Ford Grumman that they turned into East Coast Joe's, their own restaurant on wheels.

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Photos: Civic Center Eats rolls into Civic Center Park for an eighth season

All photos by Trevor Andersen.
Civic Center Eats started this week, filling Civic Center Park with live music, vendors and, above all, food every Tuesday and Thursday from 11 a.m. until 1 p.m. The moveable feast will continue until the end of September. Keep reading for photos of yesterday's edition, and visit our full Civic Center Eats slide show for more.

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- Photos: Civic Center Eats rolls into the heart of Denver
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Pink Tank is the party bus of food trucks -- but with a family focus

Categories: Food Trucks

Pink Tank
Pink Tank brings more than food to Denver's food-truck scene.
A few years ago, Pink Tank's David Mueller was working sales, doing well and able to pay all of his bills -- but he wasn't satisfied. "I was really unhappy not spending time with my family, so I decided to get out of sales and start a business," he explains. "I wasn't sure what, but I wanted to set my own hours, and I decided to chase the dream, do what I love, and sacrifice money for happiness."

That dream turned out to be a gourmet food truck -- and after convincing his wife, Lisa, to chase it with him, they sold their other business and bought an old bread truck.

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- Ten food trucks you need to try this spring
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Win the chance to eat and drink for free at the Full Moon Street Carnival (with winner)


Update: We have a winner of our Full Moon Street Carnival contest giveaway! Earlier this week, we asked Cafe Society commenters to guess how many Bonacquisti wine growlers have been sold at the winery. Congrats to laganam, who guessed 646 growlers; the actual number is 682. laganam, we'll send you an e-mail with directions on how to claim your prize.

Original post: It's officially food truck season, and to kick off the habitual culinary pastime, not to mention Memorial Day weekend, Diggity Denver is hosting the city's first Full Moon Street Carnival on Friday, starting at 4 p.m. in the parking lot at Speer and Bannock.

Twelve food trucks, including Eighty Ate, Kuechos, Hey PB&J, the Denver Cupcake Truck, Route 40, Yatai, Doner King, Tacos Puesta, Crock Spot, Coaches Scoop Frozen Desserts, One Love, Mikes2 Kitchen and Capt'N Crabby, will park curbside and pimp food, will Left Hand Brewing Company and Bonacquisti Wine Company will pour libations.

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- Win two free tickets to EatDenver's Big Eat bash on Sunday
- A baseball bat and two new brewery openings fill this week's beer calendar
- Food trucks, a duel at Edge and a Feast in Vail on the culinary calendar

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