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In 1872, a vendor named Walter Scott cut windows into a small covered wagon and parked it in from of a local newspaper office in Providence, R.I. Sitting on a box inside, he sold sandwiches with pies and coffee.

The dawn of the mobile food movement.

-from The New York Times Magazine “Innovation”, Daniel Engber. May 4, 2014.

Pea + Mint Pesto / Montealva Goat’s Milk Cheese / Watermelon Radish / Cuke

When I see a lemon on our counter, I know we can make lunch.

Peter Miller, Lunch at the Shop

I was reminded of this little gem today.

(via mylesb)

Presenting the gâteau de crêpes.

Roasted Carrot + Harissa Hummus / Radish / Arugula / Manchego

Can’t get over specialty grocery stores. 

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