Monday, August 5, 2013

If You're Somewhat Clever, You Can Try Some Grilled Cheese Sandwiches

Posted By on Mon, Aug 5, 2013 at 1:00 PM

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There's been a run of new food trucks popping up lately (Zany Beaver, a poutine van; Lucky Girl's Asian-influenced burgers, and others) and Cheesy Rider, a grilled cheese themed truck, is set to open this month. It seems like there should have been a grilled cheese option long ago, but hey, better late than never, I suppose.

The Cheesy Rider folks seem to have their social media game on lock, at least, with 982 Facebook likes as I write this, so they're offering a preview meal ahead of their grand opening. The catch...you have to write a clever caption for a photo of two cowsa horse and a cow (I clearly didn't look closely at first). A winner will be selected to dine on sandwiches on Aug. 9, ahead of the hoi polloi. If there's any currency with any value left in this world, it's the ability to enjoy something that other, clearly inferior, people cannot, so good luck.

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