Austin >The Mighty Cone
The wildly successful food trailer experiment of "hill country cuisine" chef Jeff Blank, The Mighty Cone is everything a food trailer should be: Hand-held food, simple menu, and one dazzling novelty -- a "hot n' crunchy" breading made from corn flakes and red chiles, encasing chicken, shrimp, and/or avocado pieces tucked in a warm tortilla. Blank brought the cone to ACL festival in 2002, and officially inaugurated it as a food trailer in 2009, to the collective ecstasy of Austin foodies.
How do they make this so addictive and filling and hot and crispy all at once? I like to get cones with chicken and avocado. So yummy.
So delicious!. the venison cone is addicting, I'm going to get another one this weekend!
Citysearch Editorial Review. What is typically found on the boardwalk on the New Jersey Shore is available out of a sweet little food truck in Austin: food in a cone. The crunchy conesconsist of sesame seeds, corn flakes, almonds, sea salt, sugar and arbol chili flakes. Cones can contain chicken, shrimp, avocado or a combo of any of the above. Add-ons are simple, just cheese or jalapeno--or more avocado. All-natural, organic sliders (beef or veggie) are topped with a secret ancho pepper sauce and come with a side of Hudson's gourmet fries.
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