Category archives for: Ft. Collins

Ft. Collins, CO: New Food Truck Serves Sausage for A Cause

Co-owner Blas Estrada and manager Doug Boyne stand in front of their newly opened food truck, Rocky Mountain Sausage Grill, on Friday. The truck serves gourmet sausage entrees.
(Photo: Erin Hull/The Coloradoan )

The owners of Fort Collins’ new food truck want to do two things with their mobile business: sell high-quality sausage and donate some of the proceeds to charity.

Ft. Collins, CO: Food Trucks Serving Lunch at Downtown MAX Station

The Downtown Transit Center, pictured, will host two food trucks throughout the week, serving lunch Tuesday through Friday.
(Photo: Erin Hull/The Coloradoan )

Old Town residents, workers and visitors will have more lunch options Tuesday through Friday. There will be two food trucks parked at the MAX Downtown Transit Center.

Ft. Collins, CO: Food trucks bring new lunch options to CSU

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The food trucks offer a variety of lunch options that cannot be found elsewhere on campus. Sarah Ladley, owner of Ba-Nom-a-Nom, explained her truck’s product: soft-serve frozen fruit.

Ft. Collins, CO: New Fort Collins Food Truck Brings Party Atmosphere with Late-Night Eats

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The truck features original recipes of sliders and sides, fried macaroni and cheese, and even a couple of breakfast options.

Larimer County, CO: Two Faves, Craft Beer And Food Trucks Support NoCo Food Bank

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Grimm Brothers approached the Food Bank for Larimer County with the partnership proposal. Lauren Mingus a spokeswoman for the food bank says they jumped at the opportunity

Fort Collins, CO: Food Trucks to Replace LSC Food Court

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So far, there are five trucks participating that offer a variety of cuisines including hot dogs, hamburgers, soft-serve frozen fruit, Asian-fused meals, Italian sandwiches and breakfast dishes.

Ft. Collins, CO: Fort Collins Food Trucks Cruise with Great Cuisine

A hot dog and fries from Common-Link, one of the many food trucks that has popped up all around Fort Collins. Colorado State University alumna Jesse Doerffel and her husband Derrick Smith own the food truck and only use locally sourced ingredients.

It may have been a while since any of us have ran after an ice cream truck, but the appeal of food being served out of something with wheels is still ingrained within us.

Ft. Collins, CO: New Fort Collins Food Truck Serves Up Brats, Poutine

Jessica Doerffel and Derrick Smith have brought Common-Link, a mobile food vendor specializing in hand-cut fries and sausage, to Fort Collins. / Photo courtesy of Gretchen Gerding, CSU

Common-Link specializes in Belgian fries hand-cut from Kennebec potatoes, poutine, exotic sausages made from a variety of meats such as rabbit and antelope, buffalo brats, and Berkshire hot dogs from Denver-based Tender Belly.

Ft. Collins, CO: An Open Road for Food on the Move

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Food trucks, pushcarts and other businesses on wheels to move about town.