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Urban Swank Does...Monster PBJ Truck

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Name of Truck: Monster PBJ Truck

Owner: Jill Butler & Will Lidwell

Type Of Cuisine: Customized PB & J Sandwiches (DUH)!

Places You May Spot the Truck: The Mencil Collection, Rice University, and the Contemporary Arts Museum. Visit their site as they change and add locations regularly.

Notable Dishes: Myself and my eating partner for the day opted to do a single slice of bread cut in half so we could try more combinations. Here are a few of our favorites from the day:

  • Wheat Bread (Grilled), Almond Butter, Blackberry Jam, Sliced Strawberries, Nutella 
  • White Bread, Peanut, Grape Jam, Sliced Apples, Agave
  • Wheat Bread (Grilled), Cashew Butter, Pickles, Sriracha
  • White Bread (Grilled), Peanut Butter, Strawberry Jam, Sliced Bananas, Honey

Fun Fact: Jill and Will own a design company as their day job.

Here's the Skinny: Monster PBJ is an all-vegetarian, vegan-friendly, and customized PB&J sandwiches food truck. They offer a plethora of combinations with their variety of nut butters + fresh fruit + jam + sweet toppings. If being a PB & J only truck does not make them cool enough; all their nut butters are freshly ground by them daily. They offer 3 different sizes of sandwiches - the Junior which is one slice of bread, the Classic which is 2 slices of bread and finally the Monster which is 3 slice of bread. Additionally, you decide how you would like it cut and tell them crust on or off. What more can you ask for? Maybe a glass of milk? COME ON people they are a vegan-friendly truck! So if milk is a must, then bring it with you; believe me it's not a deal breaker.

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Written by Felice Sloan
Felice Sloan

Felice Sloan

Swanky Girl

If you look up the word "swanky", Felice's picture would be right next to it! She loves all things stylish, posh, and that are completely SWANK! Many consider her a maven in many areas and her love of food, and passion for all things fashion, tops the list. Take her to a hole in the wall for some Mudbugs or to a nice high-end spot for some Foie Gras…wherever it is just GOT TO BE SWANKY! Felice is the co-founder and Editor of Urban Swank. She focuses on food and fashion.

Email: felice@urbanswank.com

Twitter: @swankymaven


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