My company, ZAMartz, is a sponsor of the Upper Merion Township farmer’s market. You’ll remember I have a booth there. On the weekends, when the market is open, a food truck steps up shop—it could be pizza, it could be seafood. This particular week, they had crispy chicken sandwiches.
They were from Capt’n Chucky’s, otherwise known and lovingly referred to as Captain Stinkies. Readers will know Angel began this nickname; it’s become a running joke between us. At this point, we may never retain its actual name!
My dad and I were in the sponsorship tent, so seemingly by law—or for the greater good, either one—we had to try the food truck. I ordered the crispy chicken sandwich, a seaside recipe from a seafood restaurant. My review? Very crispy, very good. Don’t forget an order of fries.
I’m a big fan of supporting small businesses and the local community, as well as being a self-proclaimed foodie, so all-in-all it was a great day at the market.