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Whoop-eeeee!

19 January, 2011: We’ve been putting out Whoopie Pies on Friday. $1-$2 depending on which day you catch us. Ayr had this crazy idea after a trip to Maine where he learned that Whoopie Pies are a New England invention. I jumped in wanting to make them. When I was a freshman at Johnson and Wales my friends mom would… Read More

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Truck Gathering

19 January, 2011: What’s that about everything will be different tomorrow? People ask a lot. Obviously the food changes. If you’ve been around for a while you’ve probably noticed a few other changes as well. This is a picture of me with the full group of truck managers and supervisors. We’re doing a radical re-write of how the trucks are… Read More

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Dominican Breakfast

10 January, 2011: Vincenzo here. I was in NYC this past weekend picking up my best friend, and there was only thing I wanted to accomplish, an Eat-a-thon. This consists of power eating all around the city. My closest friend is from Washington Heights and we’ve spent many nights & weekends above 110th street. This Dominican restaurant is where we go… Read More

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What’s in your bag

4 August, 2010: One great quality Clover truck managers have is a well-stocked backpack. Like a mom on a road trip, we need to be prepared for any situation. In our backpacks you’ll find anything from zip ties to secure equipment, a phone charger to reboot our everyday iPhone Clover usage, and deodorant for those long hot summer lunch rushes.… Read More

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Safety first

3 August, 2010: Our Convection Oven comes stocked with 3 shelving racks, this is were we heat the bread, and warm our BBQ.  Reaching into the  400 F oven is like playing OPERATION as a kid, if you touch the side, you get zapped, but on the truck your left with a burn mark.  Next time you’re at the truck… Read More

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Fired post

23 July, 2010: Ayr approached me and said I was at bat for my first blog post, and the topic was “Firing Employee’s.”  My first reaction was, no way I can do that.  Then it came to me that our blogs are all about honesty and facts, and that people need to witness as we grow our process on hiring… Read More