New York Tech’s Fork in the Road Food Truck
New York Tech now offers students, faculty, and staff the opportunity to enjoy “cuisine on wheels” with our food truck.
The truck is a fixture at summer festivals and public events in Aroostook County. Private catering requests are also increasing. Fork in the Road serves up a wide variety of menu items.
Fork in the Road is a culinary program for Club teens, where they learn about kitchen management and operations, including food preparation, menu development, budgeting, supply chain management, inventory control, and customer service. The teen team operates the mobile eatery, serving various foods to the campus community.
From burgers and fries to specialty sandwiches, pizzas, and more, Fork in the Road offers a variety of delicious choices for students, faculty, and staff. In addition, the state-of-the-art “cuisine on wheels” is available to cater on-campus events.
Whether it’s the live music scene of Austin or film festivals in Marfa, two former Austinites are hitting the road to share food, dreams, and art. Lulu Dyess and her business partner, fashion stylist Hunter Lohse, are touring East Texas in their Fork in the Road truck, an innovative food trailer. The pair has partnered with local wineries and restaurants to bring their unique brand of “culinary escapades” to audiences across the region. In the process, they’re helping to empower a younger generation of chefs and entrepreneurs.
New York Tech’s state-of-the-art culinary on wheels, Fork in the Road food truck, serves multi-cultural menus and bold flavors to students, faculty, and staff at multiple locations on campus. To learn more or to reserve the car for your on-campus event, contact New York Tech Campus Dining today.
In addition to their food truck service, they also teach Levels Two and Three of the culinary program in the Club’s new state-of-the-art kitchen. The culinary program teaches teens how to create menus, balance budgets, manage a supply chain, and more. The Club culinary team is committed to serving quality foods and fostering the development of the next generation of chefs. Fork in the Road is an exciting and innovative educational experience that has proven to be a life-changing opportunity for Club teens.
LANSING – Jesse Hahn, owner of Fork in the Road, has reached a fork in the road. He will either close the restaurant at 2010 W. Saginaw St. or cut wages, increase food prices, and rely less on Lansing-area farmers. The reason is money, not a lack of customers or a disinterest in his menu of sandwiches, salads, and desserts made from bread and vegetables grown in Holt, Owosso, and other nearby communities. Hahn is struggling to pay a federal income tax lien that he said hit him in May.
The restaurant is open daily from 7 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Fork in the Road, New York Tech’s state-of-the-art “cuisine on wheels,” serves multi-cultural menus and bold flavors to students, faculty, and staff on campus. The truck can be reserved for on-campus events by contacting New York Tech Campus Dining.
Fork in the Road is also home to the flagship culinary program that trains Club teens in levels two and three on the truck and the new state-of-the-art kitchen. The training includes learning to create menus, balance budgets, manage supply chains, and more. Graduate students receive a SERV Safe certification and are ready to work in any commercial kitchen.
Fork in the Road Food Truck is a state-of-the-art “cuisine on wheels,” offering bold flavors and multi-cultural menus. The food truck provides students, faculty, and staff on the New York Tech campus the opportunity to experience cuisine from around the world and beyond.
In addition to its tasty menu, Fork in the Road is an educational program with a purpose. Through culinary training, Fork in the Road teaches Club teens basic cooking and hospitality skills. Those who want to learn more can continue to levels two and three on the food truck and in our new state-of-the-art kitchen, where they will learn to create menus, balance budgets, manage supplies, inventory and supply chain management, run the Club meals program, and more.
You can find this fabulous food truck at many local events. They recently catered my baby shower, and everything was delicious! They always have a great variety of food and are very affordable. If you have an event coming up and need a catering company, be sure to give them a call! They will be happy to help you plan your special day. They will make it a memorable one.