The company I work for is large enough and awesome enough to put on cool events regularly, such as having a posse of food trucks pull up to headquarters every few weeks during the warm-weather months. The last time of the season that this wonderful event occurred, a rainy, quite miserable day in mid-October, my heart was warmed up by an deliciously fat-and-greased-laced, juicy and melt-in-your mouth AMAZING burger called the Rodeo burger, served by a food truck called, quite appropriately, The Rolling Stoves. I’m telling you, this burger, with its rich barbecue sauce and its crispy yet delightfully oil-saturated onion ring, served with wonderfully savory, thin and crispy fries festooned with fresh minced garlic, was like heaven! (Admittedly, it wouldn’t be heaven for your body if you ate a meal like this every day – it would clog your arteries chock-full of baddie stuff and quite possibly send you prematurely to heaven! And we wouldn’t want that. So savor in moderation. Anywho. . ..) The Rolling Stoves regularly posts its schedule via its Facebook and Twitter accounts and can also be viewed on its Roaming Hunger (a site where you can find and follow food trucks) page. It is likely to be revving down for the season – especially with the first legit snowfall for the area occurring as I type! – but its schedule does show that it has still been out truckin’ periodically, mostly in Detroit or West-Side areas such as Farmington Hills, Livonia, and Novi.
Address Like a Rollin’ Stone – Ain’t Got One
(though seems to frequent Detroit, Downriver, and the southwestern part of Oakland County)