It’s finally starting to feel like summer, and you know what that means – food truck season! Mack and I are still in the midst of finalizing the What the Truck?! calendar for the year, but we’re excited to announce our first 2013 Truck Stop, taking place next week!
What: Ginger Beef Throwdown
When: May 17, 2013
Where: Royal Alberta Museum, 12845 102 Avenue
Our Pulled Pork Throwdown was so well received last year that we didn’t hesitate when the Royal Alberta Museum approached us earlier this year with an idea to partner on an event.
To celebrate the RAM’s newest exhibit, Chop Suey on the Prairies, this Truck Stop will serve up different versions of ginger beef-inspired dishes, a staple on Chinese restaurant menus across the prairies in the early twentieth century. The Act Out & About, Bully Food Truck, The Lingnan Express and Smokehouse BBQ will be throwing down the gauntlet and doing their best to earn your vote. Four trucks, four dishes. You decide who made it best.
The Lingnan’s ginger beef
The museum will be open until 8pm that night so attendees can visit Chop Suey on the Prairies. Admission will be by donation (the rest of the RAM will be closed). This Truck Stop will be a great opportunity to not only taste some unique interpretations of a classic Chinese-Albertan dish, but to also explore some of the roots of our ethnic Prairie cuisine.
Check back on the What the Truck?! website on Monday for menus. Hope to see you there!
2 thoughts on “Truck Stop: Ginger Beef Throwdown”
Great idea considering Ginger Beef was invented at the Silver?? In Calgary in the 70’s. I was there. It was so good, I had my girlfriend bring take out from there up to Edmonton in the bus.