We're glad it's here: a brand new year full of promise and adventure.
2016 was the year of the permits: our "golden ticket" affixed permanently to Oona the food truck, and our Seattle King County Department of Public Health permit for 2016.
The golden ticket shows the world that Washington State Labor & Industries deems the truck well built and safe to function for the public and staff. It's lovely to have propane, electrical and plumbing systems! The Health Dept. permit is all about keeping cold foods cold, hot foods hot, prepping and storing foods correctly in our commissary kitchen and the food truck, and staff's knowledge of food safety. It's our goal to pass every inspection with flying colors ... so far so good! We have our food handlers cards in our wallets and our phones, and we prep and serve with food safety, great flavor and hospitality in mind!
We rang in 2017 at the Open Space for Arts and Community's Black Light Ball. The DJ's were spinning great danceable music for a couple hundred islanders and friends of all ages. Orca Eats served deep fried mac and cheese, seafood chowder, caramel sundaes and cream filled chocolate cupcakes. Our truck-made ginger ale and hot spiced cider quenched the thirst of the dancers!
Lunches in Vashon-town • New "commuter dinner service" • Saturday farmers market
Vashon Classic Sheepdog Trials • Strawberry Festival • Concerts in the Park
Catering your to-do's of all sizes! Call now to book your date: 206-304-1049
Did we mention we're farming? Yes! To bring you the freshest local produce.
One more date: January 22nd, MarchFourth Concert at Open Space,
and then it's winter hibernation until April 1st.
Can hardly wait to see you and feed you then!
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