Best Food Trucks in Providence

Best Food Trucks in Providence

Posted by: on December 14, 2016   |Comments (0)|Uncategorized

Food trucks are a great way to try new food! Providence has no shortage of cuisines and unique food trucks to try. Here’s a list of some of the highest rated ones in Providence.

Mama Kim’s Korean BBQ

  • Try a new type of BBQ for the first time or look for their rotating lunch specials! Located around Ship St and Waterman St.

Rocket Street Food

  • From StarWars themed hot dogs to specialty burgers, there is something for every palate. Located in Burnside Park.

Sazon Bandit

  • Yuca fries, ceviche, tostadas, and more! What more could you ask for. This food truck can be found on the corner of Westminster St. and Bridgham St.

Championship Melt

  •  Specializing in Grilled Cheese, Mac and Cheese, and other comfort food

Lotus Pepper

  • Make sure you’re hungry when you go and grab a banh mi or a daily special. Find them on Waterman St. or Thayer St.

Food trucks are a great way to try new food! Providence has no shortage of cuisines and unique food trucks to try. Here’s a list of some of the highest rated ones in Providence. Mama Kim’s Korean BBQ Try a new type of BBQ for the first time or look for their rotating lunch specials! […]MORE

Food for Finals

Posted by: on December 8, 2016   |Comment (1)|Uncategorized

Exams can be a stressful time! Eating can easily fall down in priorities, but it shouldn’t. Here are 5 foods to eat the week of finals to help reduce stress and keep you focused!
1. Green leafy vegetablesstressed out kid with books
a. They contain folate which helps produce dopamine
2. Oatmeal
a. Keep blood sugars stable so you won’t crash and promotes serotonin production
3. Yogurt
a. Keeping the bacteria happy in your gut during times of stress can help to keep you focused
4. Blueberries
a. Antioxidants and phytonutrients in blueberries aides in improving your bodies response to stress
5. Dark Chocolate
a. Not only does it taste delicious, it can help stress causing hormones like cortisol!

Good Luck!!!

Exams can be a stressful time! Eating can easily fall down in priorities, but it shouldn’t. Here are 5 foods to eat the week of finals to help reduce stress and keep you focused! 1. Green leafy vegetables a. They contain folate which helps produce dopamine 2. Oatmeal a. Keep blood sugars stable so you […]MORE

Sunday Fun Day: No Sugar Added Cookie

Posted by: on December 4, 2016   |Comments (0)|Uncategorized

In honor of national cookie day, here is a gluten free, no sugar added vegan cookie recipe for you to make and bake in less then 20 minutes.

Recipe (courtesy of FOOD Bites)

Ingredients:
1 Banana
1 Cup of Oats (gluten free)
1/2 of craisins or raisins

Pre-heat your oven to 350.  Place aluminum foil on cookie sheet and spray with cooking spray.  Set aside.
Mush all the ingredients together by hand in a bowl. Form small balls, place on cookie sheet and flatten.

Cook at 350 for 15 to 2o minutes.

 

 

In honor of national cookie day, here is a gluten free, no sugar added vegan cookie recipe for you to make and bake in less then 20 minutes. Recipe (courtesy of FOOD Bites) Ingredients: 1 Banana 1 Cup of Oats (gluten free) 1/2 of craisins or raisins Pre-heat your oven to 350.  Place aluminum foil […]MORE