The truck typically shows up at 11 am, we arrived around 12:05...and as always...there's a line.
Cheesy as usual...
A Japanese network from NYC was here and they were interviewing people about Skillet. I was interviewed...haha! But wasn't able to capture me in a picture.
This is the grass fed burger with what they call poutine...which are fries smothered with gravy, cheddar cheese and other herbs.
Chris ordered the pork belly tacos but we ended up getting the duck. We didn't go back to exchange it since the duck was great as well.
As a side, pasta salad! This had some exotic fruit in it that we didn't know what it was exactly. But the pasta looked like it was hand made.
Chewy looking longingly at Daddy eating...nothing for him. Awww!
He did get the last of my watermelon lemonade though. He loved it!
If anyone's from Seattle, or is going to visit soon, you need to go to Skillet.com and find out where they're going to be when you're here. It's one of the best tasting foods I've had...not to mention it's a food truck!!!
I also heard I have a fan that looks forward to my blogs daily. Hi, Ami!!! Chris' friend from college follows my blog, I believe anonymously, but I'm glad I'm able to bring some good time killing on a daily basis. Visit her wonderful blog here. Ami is such a talented photographer, a hobby I'd like to pick up one day and hope to become half as good as her. So go and check her blog out!
I'll be back with maybe a Monday preview next week! I still want to go to Anthro to see the latest fall items.
Also, before I go, I mentioned earlier this week that Chris and I went to apply for our marriage license. The experience itself definitely wasn't as romantic as I though it would to be. It was a wham-bam-thank-you-maam experience as we were the only couples there and the process took less than 5 minutes. Not to mention the legal certificate itself looked like a photocopied mess! Haha...but we did get a pretty one, which is not legal binding, for signing during our ceremony. We're one step closer! WOO!