So you’re looking for a bite to eat on campus, but the usual snacks, drinks and food aren’t cutting it. You’re looking for something different without walking very far. Look no further, the food trucks arrive every week, around noon. These local traveling kitchens of deliciousness park themselves in between the 1300 and 1600 buildings.
There are three food trucks that take turns serving students every other day. On Monday and Wednesday, Mae Mae’s Kitchen rolls onto campus with a helpful serving of southern charm. Stuff My Waffle takes over on Tuesdays and Thursdays. They combine waffles with other food items for a “Waffle Sandwich.” Island Gourmet brings you the best of Filipino cuisine all in an amazingly mobile service station.
Stuff My Waffle is the go-to truck if you want your waffle fix. Stuffing can include Cheese, strawberry jam, bacon, banana slices and more. Their menu is a cluster of crazy edible foods stuffed in between many types of waffles, including buttermilk. If you are feeling quite bold, Stuff My Waffle’s menu contains many crazy combinations.
The “Banana-Fana” contains Nutella, banana slices and bacon stuffed between two chocolate chip buttermilk waffles. If you ever wanted fried chicken on your waffle, then the “Chick-In-My-Waffle” has you covered, with Jalapeño jam, fried chicken and butter between two whole wheat waffles.
If you are not too bold on the whole “Waffle-Burger” idea, then the menu at Mae Mae’s Kitchen has you covered. From hot wings, hot dogs, chicken strips and cheeseburgers, Mae Mae’s kitchen can be your destination for good old homestyle cooking. One student stated the chicken nuggets were “Very good.”
Perhaps another culture’s cuisine might suit your taste. The Filipino cuisine of Island Gourmet brings the deliciousness on the go. Pancit, Chicken and Pork Adobo, this truck brings out the best of Filipino cuisine straight to your hands. Food trucks will arrive on campus throughout the week, serving students from 9 a.m. to Noon.