Fork In The Road was pleased to get the chance to share our taco love with world famous expert in all things 4x4 (4 Wheel Drive for our city forkers) Bill Burke. We’d like to give a special thanks to SCARR for having us out to Mt. Barnwell and teaching us about all things Rover. We had one forkin’ good time.
Kimberly & Craig first laid eyes on a Fork In The Road taco at a catered holiday soiree. It was love at first taste.
Now, we couldn’t be happier to announce that Fork In The Road will be catering their wedding in May. Craig proposed last year in Las Vegas, so the wedding needs to be just as fun as the engagement. Kimberly’s wedding requests were: “Say I do, eat delicious tacos, and dance until our feet hurt.”
Well Kimberly, game on! We can’t wait!
Photo via Palestine Main Street.
Fork In The Road would love to thank everyone who came out to Main Street's Mardi Gras yesterday. It was great to see so many familiar faces, and a plethora of new ones.
As promised, here is the recipe for our Red Dreams & Rice. Like any recipe, use this as a guide. Don’t be afraid to take a few chances with your own Dreams!
A special thanks to Palestine Main Street, Laura Westgate, Breezy Lake-Wolfe, Mike Pell with Sweet Dreams Winery, Rafael Hernandez with Texas Vineyard & Smokehaus, Myste Snow with Fresh by Brookshire’s, Lee Loveless Photography, and, again, everyone who came out to support our local businesses.
Fork In The Road is in the Palestine Herald! We’re participating in Main Street’s Taste of New Orleans on February 2nd.
" 3 p.m. Lulu Dyess, Fork in the Road, paired with Sweet Dreams Winery — Lulu Dyess was born and raised in Palestine and has always had a knack for adventure. From her forays at St. Edward’s University to Austin’s live music scene to film festivals in Marfa, one cannot describe Lulu as “stationary,” which is the inspiration for her new adventure, Fork In The Road, an innovative food truck. With her business partner, UT graduate and fashion-stylist, Hunter Lohse, these two former Austinites are touring East Texas in a food truck serving up dreams, art, community, and most importantly: Tacos.
Lulu will be preparing her Nola Red Dreams & Rice. The demonstration will be located inside Lee Loveless Photography at 101 W. Oak St.”
Fork In The Road loves dogs. Feel free to bring your dog next time you come by for a taco. Apache Patches is always looking for new friends.
Thank you to Elizabeth B for showing Fork In The Road some love on Yelp.
"We live in Austin and were traveling through Palestine on our way home from a camping trip 2 weeks ago. We found Fork in the Road on Yelp and decided to stop. So glad we did! Lulu is an awesome and gracious hostess and the tacos were delicious. We tried all 3 varieties on the menu that day - pulled pork, chicken and piccadillo. My husband’s favorite was the pulled pork and mine was the chicken but all 3 were great. We also had the chips/salsa and escabeche - thumbs up on all.
The vibe is cool, laid back and comfortable. We had our dog with us and the 3 of us chilled at one of the nearby tables on the lawn and enjoyed our meal on a sunny afternoon. If you live in Palestine or are passing through like we were, I’d definitely recommend stopping here. Kudos to LuLu for opening the first (and only?) food truck in Palestine!” - 5/5 Stars
Elizabeth, next time you’re in town, come by the truck for a taco on us!
Wanna show us some love, too? Click HERE for our Yelp page.