Like Poutine? You’ll Love Pinky D’s Food Truck
Want some poutine with a twist? Then hunt down the '2016 ME Battle of the Food Truck winner'. You'll find Pinky D's at Street, Eats and Beats!
What is this amazing food truck? First here's what it looks like, so you can be damn sure to stop by...
Here's how Pinky D's describes their truck on their website:
Pinky D's Poutine has taken the classic Poutine of fries, fresh cheese curds and gravy, and has added fresh toppings making unique, custom Poutine meals for everyone. Whether you like is beef, lobster, chicken, veggies, pork or simply just a different type of sauce, Pinky D's has the item for you. Choose from over 40 Poutine menu items or create your own. Pinky D's, owned and operated by husband and wife team of Deborah and Randy Smith, Randy a 30+ year culinary professional, and two time Maine Chef of the Year, Pinky D’s was the 2016 ME Battle of the Food Truck winner. They serve the classic poutine and numerous other poutine with there own twists.
Not familiar with poutine? Oh that's just wrong and sad...here is Pinky D's definition:
Poutine (/puːˈtiːn/; French: [putin], Quebec French:[put͡sɪn] is a dish originating in Quebec, Canada, made with French fries, topped with a light brown gravy-like sauce and cheese curds. This fast-food dish is found across Canada and in some places in the northern United States. It is sold in small "greasy spoon" type diners (commonly known as cantines or casse-croûtes in Quebec) and pubs, as well as by roadside chip wagons (commonly known as cabañas)
Look for Pinky D's at Street, Eats and Beats...you'll see me in line!