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Kitchens 4 Cancer: Good Eats, Good Cause

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Taking an order at Winner Winner Chicken Dinner.

Boardwalk on Bulverde kicked off its Kitchens 4 Cancer fundraiser Friday with more than 15 trucks offering everything from spicy hot Guacabolas, avocado and chicken balls from Winner Winner Chicken Dinner, to frozen yogurt from Peach Wave.

Rockin G’s BBQ, Taco King, Sabor Colombiano, R&R Chicken Wings, Spice Runner and Rickshaw Stop were among the convoy of trucks that had gathered at the lot on Bulverde Road for the good cause. Most of the owners have agreed to donate 10 percent of their sales this weekend to Livestrong, the Lance Armstrong Foundation. And more than a few were seen wearing the yellow wristband associated with cancer awareness.

It was the first night for Scott Rodgers’ new Meating Stop truck, where diners could get a little bit of everything, including seared ahi tuna, fried shrimp, chicken-fried steak and even a deep-fried Twinkie.

Kids love the play area at Boardwalk on Bulverde.

Fans of New Orleans Cajun and Creole fare got a double whammy of deliciousness to choose from. At Where Y’At, Pieter Sypesteyn offered up a seasonal treat of deep-fried soft-shell crab po’boy slider with slivers of jalapeño and a tangy slaw that pushed it over the top. Meanwhile, the Jacksons at Lagniappe Today offered a rich, spicy sausage and chicken Yumbo Gumbo as well as crawfish etouffée.

Yumbo Gumbo from Lagniappe Today

Dessert lovers had a series of difficult choices to make, whether it was the bread pudding from either Guilty Pleasures or Langiappe Today, Peach Wave’s frozen yogurt with fruit or beignets from Where Y’At. A snow cone from KC’s Cones would certainly take the edge off the heat, but a mister attached to a fan also helped with that as did a series of brightly colored umbrellas over the picnic tables.

I settled for a coconut cream cupcake from Society Bakery, a tough choice considering the peanut butter and jelly or the red velvet whoopie pie flavors were both calling my name.

Kitchens 4 Cancer continues through Sunday at Boardwalk on Bulverde, 14732 Bulverde Road.

Pieter Sypesteyn stands next to his Where Y'At truck.


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