Thursday, March 2, 2017

Mark's Carts will add Himalayan food, wood-fired pizza to its food truck roster

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click to enlarge A Wood Fired Up pizza. - WOOD FIRED UP FACEBOOK PAGE.
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  • A Wood Fired Up pizza.
Mark's Carts customers will get to choose from two new options this year as the food truck court is joined by Everest Momo and wood-fire pizzamaker Wood Fired Up.

Mark's released the news via its Facebook page along with word that Simply Spanish, Great Grilled Sandwiches, Pita Cruiser, Hut-K Nutrilicious and El Manantial A2 will be returning.



According to its website, Everest Momo is a purveyor of the cuisine of the Sherpa people in Nepal, Bhutan, and Tibet. Their dishes include momos, a dumpling stuffed with different meats and vegetables, and Tibetan Thukpa, a spicy and simple noodle soup, among others.

MLive reported Wood Fired Up are Harbor Spring transplants who previously rolled all over Michigan for music and beer festivals, but will hang in Mark's Carts for the season to make life easier for the family.


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