Where Y'at serves up New Orleans barbecue shrimp.
Shoppers in the area of Loop 1604 and Blanco Road know the H-E-B Plus there as a dependable source of great food to cook with. On Saturday, the store proved it once again, only this time the food was free and it was ready to eat.
Jason Dady serves up his nachos while his daughter, Tessa, watches. Saturday was her birthday.
The parking lot of the supermarket was the site of the first H-E-B Food Truck Face Off, and it brought four of the city's mobile kitchens together for a friendly competition.
The competitors all had to use H-E-B products in their dishes, which were served up to hungry lines of people until their supply ran out.
The crowds enjoy the free food.
By the time the judges' had finished their work, Pieter Sypesteyn of Where Y'At had taken first place for his New Orleans barbecue shrimp, made with Chimay ale and baguette, both included among H-E-B's Primo Products.
His victory meant that Gordon Pictures, a Christian movie production ministry, would take home $10,000 from H-E-B. Sypesteyn also won the people's choice award, which brought another $500 to the charity.
Jason Dady and his DUK Truck took second place with Not'Cho Dady, nachos made entirely with H-E-B Primo Products. His $5,000 prize will be going to Culinaria's new educational center and community gardens
Johnny Hernandez brought his True Flavors catering wagon out and made pulled pork tacos, which earned $2,500 for the Culinary Institute of America's San Antonio campus.
Michael Anthony Romo and his MARS Mobile Kitchen also served up an heirloom tomato and watermelon gazpacho.
This is the first of H-E-B's Face Offs. The reaction from the crowds should guarantee it won't be the last.
Johnny Hernandez (center) and his team make pork tacos.
MARS Mobile Kitchen offers heirloom tomato and watermelon gazpacho.