Monday, August 9, 2010

how do people blog every day?

This is the question I keep asking myself.  
Or maybe I just wish I could find the time to do it....
Anyway, a lot has been going on in the past few weeks.  Mainly, I have started a new venture:  strEATchefs!!!
I have been working on this every day from sunup to sundown and not much time for blogging (or anything else for that matter).
Laura Rice, my partner, and I dreamed up this superfly airstream idea about a year ago.  We thought that Boulder/Denver needed more quality street food and that the trend in cities like Portland and LA were fast becoming mainstream.  Why not be the fist in Boulder to do something like this?  And if someone else does beat us to it, then we want to be the best.  
So fast forward a year, a lot of travel, a lot of brainstorming, and a lot of meetings later and behold:  Rosie!
She's sleek, beautiful and ready to cook up the goods.

We have a full kitchen inside - grill, fryer, huge griddle, burners, and tons of refrigeration.  There is a ton of counter space, a hood, POS, storage.  But the most important piece is the crew.  I've got a handful of eager, experienced, and good-natured cooks to help me realize the vision.  

So now we are hitting the streets.  The lines have been long and the response has been fantastic!
Thanks to everyone who has visited us and who is helping us get started.  I see a big, bright, shiny future for strEATchefs!


  1. Blogging every day is a challenge, for sure... sometimes it's a struggle to find anything to say that would be of interest to anyone other than me... But, I just try to carve an hour out to sit down and do it - though my "personal" blog only gets updated once a month or so, on Geek Girl on the Street I post something by me (or one of the contributors) every day. :)

    Congrats on StrEAT, my friend Ray and I are looking forward to trying your fare when we stop in Boulder while on a cross country move.


  2. Hosea
    it is tough to keep up blogging, maybe just keep up your twitter and blog occationally.

    I had a great Lunch at CU east Campus yesterday. I think you are doing a fantastic job with your trailer.