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Food Trucks

The Burnt Truck Reveals New Quail Egg Steak Sliders

The Burnt Truck maintains a mantra of providing distinctly upscale taste to the streets of its circuit, Orange County, CA. Popular and sought after, the Burnt Truck is unique from other mobile carts in that it exclusively features a menu of gourmet sliders.

The slider varieties cover everything from a traditional cheeseburger, fried chicken and sloppy joes to sliders featuring Vietnamese pork, Korean BBQ and Chicken Katsu. Recently announced, the truck will be incorporating Steak Burgers into their mix of offerings. The Steak Sliders feature a demi glaze, sautéed mushrooms and a quail egg. Count me in for a baker’s dozen of these bad boys!

To stay up to speed on the location and menu offerings for The Burnt Truck, tune into their website, Twitter, and Facebook.

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Cravings

IDEA: Deviled Quail Eggs

Last week, our rockstar food blogging friend Nick topped his White Castle sliders with fried quail eggs. This week, he keeps up the miniature manifesto going by deviling quail eggs, resulting in the cutest deviled eggs you’ve probably ever seen. The deviled innards are made of mustard, mayonnaise, yolk mixture and paprika.

Get cute:

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Cravings

IDEA: Crack a Quail Egg on your White Castle Burger

Frying an egg and topping your burger with it is now the equivalent of topping ice cream sundae with strips of bacon. With that logic in mind, there’s still no argument against the delicious flavors and textures a fried egg adds to a hamburger, so we’re going to happily roll with the delicious punches: White Castle Sliders and Qual Eggs.

A dream that was fulfilled by our friend Nick, he took to an Asian grocery store, procured a dozen Quail Eggs, and fried them to a gentle sunny side up perfection. His reasoning? That the tiny quail eggs would be a perfect size topping for the sliders…and sure enough, they were.

Eat on:

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Cravings

Quail Egg, Blue Cheese, Roasted Garlic & Potato Steak Pizza

Quail Eggs, Potato, Blue cheese, Roasted Garlic, and Steak on homemade dough — aka The Tycoon Pizza. From Trix’s recipe, the pizza isn’t exactly the easiest thing in the world to make, but damn does it look well worth the time! Not sure how you can go wrong with a pizza that parsley and quail eggs for color and garnish. Eat on! (Recipe @ TastyTrix)