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Three local food trucks in running for national title of “best food truck graphic design”

Wednesday, May 30th, 2012

If you are a food truck fan, you can probably name your must-have-dish from your favorite truck in a moment’s notice. But taste buds aside, have you considered which truck looks the snazziest? National food truck resource Mobile Cuisine is holding a Best Food Truck Graphic Design Contest to determine which of the thousands of trucks rolling on our nation’s streets has the most stylish design. More than 2,500 trucks were nominated for the competition, but the list has been narrowed to 15 finalists. Among those to make the cut are three trucks from St. Louis: Completely Sauced, Chop Shop and Lulu’s Local Eatery.

“To have three trucks from St. Louis is pretty cool,” said Julie Komanetsky, co-owner of Completely Sauced, who notified The Scoop of the exciting news.

The winner of the contest will be chosen by a public vote. To place your vote for the best food truck graphics, go here. The poll ends on Friday, June 8.

The Scoop: Completely Sauced on Wheels food truck to roll onto streets soon

Monday, March 5th, 2012

Bob Komanetsky, owner of small-scale catering company Completely Sauced, will soon be launching a food truck segment to his business. The truck, Completely Sauced on Wheels, is slated to hit the streets of St. Louis city and county within the next three to five weeks.

The menu will include traditional Cajun and Creole fare such as chicken-and-sausage jambalaya, red beans and rice, étouffée, and gumbo. Look also for less common takes on old favorites. For example, Komanetsky explained that he won’t be deep-frying any proteins for his po’ boy sandwiches; he will instead feature grilled shrimp on his seafood version. Another to watch for will be a cochon de lait po’ boy featuring slow-roasted suckling pig.

Komanetsky told The Scoop that the food truck project is a year in the making but that he has operated his catering company for two and a half years. “The name [of the business],” said Komanetsky, “is something my wife came up with when I was in culinary school. It’s a play on getting sauced, getting half-baked. It’s a playful name.”

The Completely Sauced website is currently under construction. However, you can track the progress of the truck via Twitter or Facebook.


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