What I Ate: Trailer Food & Pop-Ups

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This Saturday, I drove all the way out to Narnia — or rather 1604 and Bandera — and picked up a delicious bun bowl with 10-hour brisket via Singh's Vietnamese, across from Hills and Dales. If you haven't tried the freshly made Saigon egg rolls (which I couldn't resist eating during my drive back into my hood), you're most definitely missing out. 

The rest of the weekend included a stop at Mark Wildcat Garcia's burger "squat" inside The Bee's Knees Catering kitchen on Saturday night. Neighboring bar TBA provided a less smoky shelter form the cold, and I'm never one to pass on a cocktail made by head bartender Joshua Brock. The smoked mac 'n' cheese bologna, with the fried egg, natch, was a meaty undertaking, while the "buttstuff chicken sandwich" was an ode to Chik-fil-A's take with less bigotry. The other burgers cranked out of the wee kitchen looked plenty delicious — and dangerous. Looking forward to more pop-ups in the space in the near future. 



Follow me along on Instagram at @JessElizarraras for more food adventures.

@albert80tx bought me pecan pie from Luby's #safoodpics

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My one true love. #coffee @rosellatx

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@creepshow_77 found this. But whyyyyyyy??

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Went over to @singhs_sa for lunch. #safoodpics #nomnom

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Fuego del Diablo-Reposado tequila, cassis, fire cider vinegar & ginger.

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"Buttstuff chicken sandwich" via @godamnitwildcat_ #burgersquat

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My taco from Torchy's had plantains in it!

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