Sunday afternoon we took the kid's to the Roseneath Carousel. They loved it. We then decided to go to the Alderville First Nation. Years ago when there was a Rural Ramble, we had gone through. There was a really neat tee pee that the kids could go into. I thought we were so close, we should go and see what there was to see. We went into a few gift shops and an art gallery. We saw some really nice pieces of art. We decided to head home, but everyone was starving. We kept our eyes peeled for somewhere to stop and grab a snack.
Almost at the same time Christopher and I both called out that we saw a chip truck. Now I am funny about chip trucks and hot dog stands. Just ask Christopher some time about my opinion about hot dog stands (I'll give you a hint, they have no running water). This chip stand was immaculate. I gave it my blessing, and so we went to take a peek at the menu.
|Does you chip truck offer this kind of selection?|
When the chips arrived, they looked glorious. You could tell before the first bite that they had the perfect amount of crispness, without being greasy. My eyes did not deceive me. They were flavoured with a type of spice, oh mama. I do not like spicy food (neither does my stomach), but these had just a hint, did I mention .... Oh Mama! I have never in my entire life tasted chips as good as these. We were groaning while we ate.
When we had finished our order of fries (which by the way were really inexpensive), we decided to try some dessert. What a selection! Riley, Rowan and I settled on deep fried Mars Bars... OH MAMA! They were served between whipped cream and chocolate drizzle. It was like heaven on a stick. Elly decided on cotton candy. Did I mention that they actually made the cotton candy while we waited?
So now we are fantasizing about another trip to that chip truck. I think that we should try everything on their menu. I've decided to make it my life's goal to order every item on their menu (well maybe not all at once, that is a bit piggy).
|Look at all of those toppings.|