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Cuisine Decoder Greek

by Alan@tbftr.com 24. March 2015 09:31
This week's Cuisine Decoder is Greek! If someone were to ask you what you know about Greece, would your answer include breaking plates and yelling, “OPA”? While that is a fun part of the culture, there is so much more to consider- particularly the food! Never fea... [More]

Cuisine Decoder Jamaican

by Alan@tbftr.com 13. March 2015 09:35
With our Cuisine Decoder series hopefully we have stirred your interest into trying some different foods. In this article we bring you “Cuisine Decoder Jamaican”! Quite often, as Floridians, we take for granted the wide variety of cultures and cuisines that can b... [More]

Cuisine Decoder Filipino

by Alan@tbftr.com 11. March 2015 02:20
Have you found a new taste that has piqued your interest through our new culinary decoder? Whether it was Arepas, Cajun dishes, or Cuban Cuisine and the Cuban Sandwich, hopefully you have! If not, maybe Filipino will be the party in your mouth you’ve been waiting for! [More]

Cuisine Decoder Cuban Sandwich

by Alan@tbftr.com 3. March 2015 09:31
For those who struggle to step outside of their culinary comfort zone, our cuisine decoder series has so far explored the Arepas and the ins and outs of Cajun cuisine. Now, it is time to digest what Cuban food has to offer!   One of the biggest keys to understanding Cub... [More]

Cuisine Decoder Cajun

by Alan@tbftr.com 26. February 2015 12:14
Recently, we introduced our Cuisine Decoder series that is meant to help customers become more familiar with the amazing variety of cuisines local Tampa Food Trucks offer, and hopefully encourage the culinary timid to step outside of their comfort zone to experience new and ... [More]

Cuisine Decoder Arepas

by Alan@tbftr.com 24. February 2015 03:17
Ever heard of an Arepa? An Arepa is a flatbread made of ground maize dough or cooked flour prominent in the cuisine of Colombia and Venezuela. The arepa is flat, round, unleavened bread type patty, which is made by soaking ground kernels of maize (corn), or maize meal or maize flour. It can be grilled, baked, fried, boiled or steamed. [More]