7th Annual Food Truck Championship Draws Crowds
GRAHAM (KFDX/KJTL) — For all the foodies out there, the Food Truck Festival is the perfect event for anyone wanting to try something new.
“We served pulled pork, different flavors of pulled pork. We have Coffee Pork, Orange Juice Pork, Tequila Pork, Rosemary Pork, our biggest seller is our Cowboy Mac and Cheese. We’ve sold over 11,000 since we opened seven years ago, we love it,” said Yum Pig owner Scott Liner.
This is the third year that Scott and his family have left Oklahoma City to showcase their style of cooking.
“Everything we do, we make from scratch, except our barbecue sauce which is the county seat of Oklahoma City. But it’s not a normal food truck fair. It takes a little longer because we’re doing everything from scratch,” Liner said.
A contest that allows judges and the Texoma community to sample unique dishes from other countries.
“One of our best sellers is Chicken Pot Pie and Beef Pot Pie, a vegan pâté that is similar to empanadas but without the cheese and we make them authentic and fresh every day and these have become our best sellers “, said the owner of the Haitian kitchen, Kavin Adisson.
Adisson says anyone who tries her food will feel like they’re in the Caribbean.
“You really get the flavors of the Caribbean like traveling to the Caribbean in Haiti, specifically the same food they serve there, it’s the same food,” Adisson said.
During the festival, families and friends were able to enjoy live music and fun activities for the little ones.
Here is a list of the winners of the event:
- Grand Champion: Sushi Dojo
- Best Signature Dish: Toadally Ice
- Most Unique Menu: Happy Dogs Corn Dogs
- Best Dessert: Addie Cakes and Lily Pies
- Best barbecue: the artisanal smokehouse of Treviño
- Best American Cuisine: Bite My Biscuit
- Best international dish: Bada Bing wood-fired pizza
- Best Truck Theme and Design: TX Salty Heifer
- Best Food Truck Spirit: Sophia’s Haitian Kitchen
- People’s Choice: Daddy Bob’s Smoke Wagon