Eating at food trucks means overlooking certain frightening realities; but then again, how's processed pig grundle supposed to taste so good without the MSG? Flipping the script and going high-quality, Renaissance Sausage Truck
Doling out locally-sourced organic sausage sammies and veggie sides, RST was hatched by two Lambertville denizens that caught the mobile-eats bug while financing concert trips serving food to fellow show-goers out of a makeshift kitchen in a VW bus, likely the only thing consumed in the back of a VW bus that funded a trip rather than caused one. Non-meats come together for a vegetarian sausage sandwich made from a mix of local veggies, veggie proteins, herbs, and spices, plus sides like organic coleslaw, potato salad, and a salad made from wheat berries and wild rice, the final untamed starch now that the Venezuelan Spitting Potato's safe playing with toddlers. Real-meat offerings include Asian free-range chicken sausage topped with a mango slaw, a Mediterranean lamb jawn layered with fresh hummus, tahini-dressed cucumbers, feta salad, and a yogurt sauce, and a country herb sausage deal with caramelized onions topping links of pork mixed with sage, cayenne pepper, and thyme -- the best use of thyme since Mussolini made the trains run on the stuff
A variety of Boylan's bottles are chilled and ready to keep you hydrated , and while they're scouting for new sites, RST's currently set up at the Headhouse Farmers Market, someplace you should never exclusively shop, lest you face the frightening reality of never again tasting bologna.