Talking About Street Food

Talking About Street Food

I do that a lot. It's time to accept that 2018 is almost over, and that pretty soon it's going to be two darn Christmassy to do anything round here but drink mulled wine and try to stop the kiddies pulling the Christmas tree over. But exciting developments have taken...

Make Long Term Money out of Street Food

Make Long Term Money out of Street Food

This summer has been a mixed bag, with boiling temperatures in July and then unwanted rain just as you think you're getting the hang of the weather (looking at you, August Bank Holiday). But it still paid the bills, and has been for 8 years now. So here we are, aged...

What We Learnt in 2017

What We Learnt in 2017

Happy new year everyone. Once again you, our magnificent customers and benefactors have generously seen us through the year by eating toasties, having us at weddings and buying the book. We are tremendously grateful. We are currently having our annual down time, where...

Converting a Second Food Van

Converting a Second Food Van

The Beast, our faithful old VW food van, has finally moved on to a new home. It was an emotional day (for Barny) and one filled with the prospect of finally having enough space on the drive for the vehicles we actually own. Much as the Beast has been very much part of...

Street Food Van for Sale

Street Food Van for Sale

As mentioned in the previous post, we are selling the Beast. Let me give you the sales pitch right off the mark, we'll ask questions and deal with the soppy sentimental stuff later. Update: Sold to a loving new home. Call: 07581 243548 Write: mail@thejabberwocky.co.uk...

Ambulance Conversion

Ambulance Conversion

Or: Bye Bye Beast Anyone with a beady eye on our social media may have noticed that we recently acquired a new van, and that our latest off-season project is making another food truck. This time, specifically, an ambulance conversion. At a mere 14 years old our latest...

When Should I Sell Street Food?

When Should I Sell Street Food?

If you're just starting out, you probably envision your street food trade as something that happens as much as you can possibly manage; 5 days out of 7 you are out there, slinging burgers or pulling beef or frying hash or whatever fun cuisine you have chosen....

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