When James planned the first Food Truck Round-Up at Coffee Buddha, he knew it was going to be big. Just from the Facebook invites alone, we could tell lots of people were going to show up.
We never expected people to wait patiently for tacos for 2 HOURS. But they did. Pittsburgh, you are awesome.
|So many people waiting in line. You can't see the pierogi truck (it's off to the right, behind Oh My Grill)|
Having eaten tacos from PGH Taco Truck on many, MANY occasions (and sometimes not even from the truck itself), I saw this as an opportunity to FINALLY try food from one food truck that had escaped me until now - the Polish Pierogi Truck.
I grew up with pierogis, stuffed cabbage (aka "halupki"), and haluski, as my family is, for the most part, Slovak and Polish. Polish Day and Slovak Day are two of my favorite nationality days at Kennywood, simply because of the food offerings those days. A food truck that serves all three of these dietary staples?
I had to try their food. It's in my blood.
|Large selection of frozen pierogies to enjoy any time!|
If it were you, you'd do the same, right? Right.
|I dressed up for the occasion. There were many, MANY more pictures of me taken by others this day!|
|Hot Food Offerings from the truck|
|Pierogies and Halupki|
I'm sure I'll see the Polish Pierogi Truck at many other events (including the North Hills Food Truck Roundup 2.0 at Coffee Buddha on March 30th)....and I'll get in line early for haluski next time. For sure.
Polish Pierogi Truck
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