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Hollow Park Will Be a Foodie Paradise for Woodbury Earth Day

Coming to Woodbury Earth Day? Bring an appetite – with 10 food trucks, Hollow Park will turn into a foodie paradise on Saturday, April 21, 2018. The food selection will include local food truck favorites, as well as trucks from around the state.

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Heading up the local favorites is Woodbury’s own Big Green Eggs and Hamburgers Catering Company, which is powered by John’s Café and Woodbury Farm Market.

Big Green Eggs and Hamburgers is a mobile food trailer featuring delicious hamburgers, veggie burgers, milkshakes, and good, old-fashioned french fries, all prepped and hand-pressed by chef Dennis Debellis of John’s Cafe. Locally sourced food is cooked on two extra-large Big Green Eggs – which is almost as much fun to watch as it is to eat. Its grills use 100% natural oak and hickory lump charcoal.“Big Green Eggs and Hamburgers is both excited and proud to have our first big outing of the year Woodbury Earth Day, Connecticut’s largest Earth Day celebration,” says DeBellis. “Earth Day is everything that our food trailer is about, to support our local community and environment.”

El Camion, Woodbury’s original food truck, will be at Woodbury Earth Day and serve up chicken, steak, fish, and sweet potato tacos. El Camion will be taking advantage of all the locally grown produce and will only be using the freshest ingredients. Its cooking style is fresh and healthy, with a lot of big flavors.

Also from Woodbury, Pork n More Grill will serve up wood-fired barbecue pork sandwiches on fresh hard rolls with bottled water. Naturally cooked pork – over wood – is served in a waxed paper bag with spicy or regular barbecue sauce available.

The following food trucks will also come to Hollow Park for the Woodbury Earth Day celebration:

Chet’s Italian Ice will serve up premium Italian ices made locally in small batches with a handful of fresh, all-natural ingredients that contain no artificial flavors or chemicals. They use local ingredients and support Connecticut small businesses, and use 100% recyclable paper and serving utensils.

Fryborg specializes in hand-cut, double-fried french fries served with a variety of dipping sauces and toppings, as well as cane sugar sodas in glass bottles. Fryborg also offer some tasty grilled sandwiches of both savory and sweet varieties. They use locally baked bread, artisanal sausages, locally sourced produce, and sustainable recyclable packaging whenever possible.

Keifer’s Kettle Korn & Italian Ice will serve up its gourmet, 8-allergen-free Kettle Korn, non-dairy Italian ice, fresh squeezed lemonade, and gourmet specialty sodas. Its product is made on-site with no trans-fat, no cholesterol, and never anything artificial.

Lenny & Joe’s Fish Tales’ shoreline restaurants have been serving award winning seafood since 1979 and will bring that taste to Woodbury Earth Day. Its seafood specialties are locally made and served on recyclable material.

Sonny’s Grinders will serve Asian style grinders along with many other dishes like fried rice, spring rolls, and dumplings.

Tipsy Cones offers unique ice cream and sorbet flavors inspired by your favorite cocktails and cordials. They will have traditional flavors as well as dairy-free/vegan options.

Goodie Bar – the new Concession Stand at Woodbury’s Hollow Park by New Morning Market. The Goodie Bar offers healthy and sustainable options for breakfast, snack, and lunch. Vegan, gluten-free, and nut-free choices are available!

Woodbury’s 23nd Annual Earth Day celebration, which will be held on Saturday, April 21, from 11 AM to 4 PM at Hollow Park in beautiful Woodbury, is the largest Earth Day celebration in Connecticut. You won’t want to miss this ever-popular event filled with live music, delicious food, an artisan market, and earth-friendly activities for the entire family.

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