Wednesday, June 11, 2014

Signs On Wheels

Food trucks seem to be popular everywhere these days and they are also a source of interesting signs. Here we have one truck serving the very popular poutine (french fries covered with gravy and topped with cheese curds) and the other one serving everything you could think of and more!
Taking part in Signs, Signs. Click here for more signs.

31 comments:

Andy said...

Smoke's is selling a popular Canadian food product.

LĂșcia said...

Cool truck, I'd love to try poutine! ;-)

Sharon Anck said...

Food trucks have really become a bit of a phenomenon.

John @ Sinbad and I on the Loose said...

I think my stomach would rebel at poutine.

Revrunner said...

Ditto Sinbad. :-)

Halcyon said...

I think Smoke's also has a regular shop. I seem to think I've eaten there before... although I'm not huge on poutine (I just can't make myself like gravy). :)

Taken For Granted said...

Great looking sign. Poutine sounds tasty, but deadly.

Lowell said...

I've seen your other posts covering mobile food trucks...always of interest. After reading your description of poutine, however, this one ought to advertise "Heart attack on a plate!" :)

Marleen said...

There are so much varieties on food trucks. Interesting to see them!

Jackie Mc Guinness said...

I've had their poutine, not bad but a little pricey.

TexWisGirl said...

thanks for explaining what that was! yikes!

thirtysevenandcounting said...

Looks like they've got most everything covered between the two.

I've heard of poutine but I don't think my gallbladder could handle it! :D

~Lindy

Stephanie said...

Poutine is tasty once you try it but is too rich for my system. I like the eye catching sign and decor of the truck.

llandudnopictures said...

Now that's what you call 'fast food' ;-)

cieldequimper said...

Ah... yes... I tried it but didn't really like it. I tend to like my fries crispy you see...

I like the 'poutinerie' though, good find!

And of course, the really funny bit is that Vladimir Putin is spelled Poutine in French...

Lesley said...

There really can never be enough food trucks. Poutine, on the other hand... I prefer my fries with salt and vinegar only!

Sue Demeter-St Clair said...

I am happy to be seeing more food trucks in Toronto. Poutine is great, but I only have it on rare occasions -> if only to have the stomach of a teenager again ... sigh. :)

Deb said...

Too much information, but like the glimpse of street food!

Laura. M said...

Food Trucks in Spain are only at fairs and markets;)

Gerald (SK14) said...

never heard of poutine - chips&gravy even chips&curry are popular in the UK but not chips&cheese - I rather like chips&mushypeas

Photo Cache said...

food trucks are especially popular here too, they have a rabid following.

frankly my dear

William Kendall said...

We have a Smoke's up here in a regular shop, as opposed to a food truck, but we've got a growing variety in those trucks here now.

VioletSky said...

We have a food truck festival twice a year in Hamilton and I think I've seen this truck there. The sad part is I rarely see any of these trucks at other times of the year.

Randy said...

We have one that is just wonderful. Bad for the heart but wonderful.

Crafty Green Poet said...

that's a very colourful truck!

Gemma Wiseman said...

Mobile food trucks are noticeable at large public events in my world, but rarely see them in the streets.

PerthDailyPhoto said...

A plaid truck selling 'poutine' in Toronto, well now I've seen everything Pat :)

Tom said...

I just learned about poutine and I thought that Yanks ate weird stuff. I'll pass on this one, thanks.
Tom The Backroads Traveller

Small City Scenes said...

The sign and truck are neat---I'll pass on the Poutine. MB

Cloudia said...

yum!

EG CameraGirl said...

Very tempting. YUM!