Where's the Truck?
The Bad Girl
Shredded chicken, roasted red, yellow, orange, and poblano peppers, sautéed onions, cheddar and jack cheeses and spices.
Shredded steak simmered with pepperoncinis and hot cherry peppers.
Shredded steak simmered with House Seasonings, onions, sweet red peppers, and leeks.
Seasoned black beans with Venezuelan white cheese.
Crushed Oreos with cream cheese and chocolate sauce.
The Preppy Queen
Homemade Chicken Salad with Chunky Avocado Spread
Guayanese (Venezuelan Cheese)
Carne Mechada with Gouda Cheese
Carne Mechada, Island Slaw (pineapple, cabbage, honey, cumin, and some secret stuff), topped with crumbled Queso Blanco (Venezuelan White Cheese), and drizzled with Pink Sauce.
Tostones - Simple
Crumbled Queso Blanco (Venezuelan White Cheese), drizzled with Pink Sauce.
Ketchup, mayonnaise and garlic powder.
Green chilies, parsley, garlic, and spices.
A combination of hot sauces.
Garlic mayonnaise with secret stuff
Can of Coke
Can of Diet Coke
It's all so good it's hard to choose!
Who is sitting behind the wheel?
The Three Empanadas
Through the love of cooking and authentic family recipes, Pat Fettig, Brett and Dadnitri Johnson will started an empanada food truck in the Greater Cincinnati area in the spring of 2014. When Dadnitri moved to Cincinnati from Caracas, Venezuela, in June of 2012 and married Brett, a lot had changed for her. Because she missed home so much, Pat and Brett decided to start a food truck that would bring a taste of Dadni’s home to Cincinnati. With Pat’s marketing and market research background, Brett’s experience in the food and hospitality industry, and Dadni's recipes, the food truck was the perfect idea.
Empanadas are a traditional Hispanic dish that can be eaten for breakfast, lunch, dinner, or as a snack. They are Latin American turnovers that can be fried or baked and are filled with different combinations of meats, cheeses, and vegetables. This idea turned big once Empanadas Aqui, LLC realized how many Hispanics in the Greater Cincinnati area missed their home as well, and want their food traditions brought here to them. And with this food truck everyone has the chance to know how delicious empanadas can be.