Dusty Buns’ renovated taco truck launches today, bringing farm-fresh, seasonal dishes to Fresno. If you missed my column about it, here’s a snippet:
Called the Bistro Bus, this 1975 truck is part of Dusty Buns, a catering service owned by Dustin and Kristin Stewart. Their philosophy: comfort-food versions of California cuisine.
… Chocolate ganache covers Three Sisters figs. A grilled-cheese sandwich contains Bravo Farms cheese. Organic vegetables from growers such as K.M.K. Farms appear in various sandwiches, such as Veg Out (roasted squash and eggplant with olive tapenade and Parmesan cheese) and the Dusty (chipotle roast chicken with pasilla peppers and cilantro-lime slaw).
Right now, the bus can stop only in private parking lots, the Stewarts say. Here’s part of an e-mail they sent me:
The response to your article was huge and so many people are requesting us downtown & on Fulton; unfortunately most of these places don’t have parking lots and the city won’t let us sell on any city street. We’ve approached city hall with the lists of enthusiastic requests to show them we want to be an exciting addition to Fresno…