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Thursday, March 14, 2013

We're moving on!

We are sorry to inform everyone that we will no longer be doing Matt and Reena's Italian street food cart. We are however continuing on our food journey by teaming up with chef Brian Hill in starting a wood fired oven pizza place in Camden Maine. It's going to be located right in Camden harbor and is called Seabright. 

We look foward to seeing everyone there when we open in April. Please contact me with any question. 

Thank you so much for all of your continuing support.

The pizza oven at Seabright!

Monday, January 7, 2013

And we're off!

The time is finally here for our long awaited trip to Italy! After visiting everyone in our families from NYC to New Jersey, and then New Orleans, we're ready! It was great to see everyone and now we begin our long journey to Milan.

From New Orleans, we're heading to NYC to leave to Milan. It's going to be a long travel day, but that's what we're made to do and we know it will be well worth it. We hope to keep everyone posted on our adventures and of course our food experiences.

Arrivederci for now!

Sunday, November 25, 2012


Since we had such a bountiful squash harvest, we decided to make an entire Thanksgiving dinner dedication to squash.

First course was a brussels sprouts salad with sweet potato cakes and roasted mushrooms, tomato, and sage.

 Next was a butternut squash soup with crispy leeks. The presentation makes it taste even more festive.
Homemade chestnut, butternut squash ravioli with tarragon, toasted almonds, and asiago
Veggie pate en croute. This was the odd ball out. First off, it's French and second, we've never made anything like this before. Homemade pastry with a pate of mushrooms, lentils, squash, carrot, garlic, and rosemary.
 This is what it looked like on the inside

Friday, October 26, 2012

Thank you for an Amazing first season!

Matt and Reena's Italian street food cart is officially closed for the season! Our first season was filled with many learning experiences and great people to help us along the way. We want to especially thank the farmers that make our food possible and the farmer's markets where we can sell our product.

We will be back next season with new food inspirations and flavors from our travels to Italy in January. Keep checking our blog and facebook for updates and photos.

Thanks again and have a great winter!

Wednesday, October 3, 2012

We got more press!

Wheels up: Food trucks go gourmet from Rockland to Belfast - PenBay Pilot

We're still going!

The season is coming to and end, but it's the prettiest month of the year and we still have our Rockland and Damariscotta farmer's markets.

We had a calamari special and we got the squid from Conrad, the 8 year old who caught it fresh with his dad. We love supporting local!

We still find time to relax, even if just for a minute. One of our favorite spots is the Slipway.
Awesome mussels and picpoul.

We got a special surprise when Matt's sister, Christina, brother in law Matt, and niece came to visit.

Parker and uncle Matt  

This is what farinata looks like when we make it at home. Onions, garlic, and local cheese.
A beautiful day in Damariscotta where we saw Oyster Shell Heaps, which are ancient remnants (dating back at least 2,400 years) of centuries of feasts left by Indians who summered along the Damariscotta River.

We still have a month to go for the farmer's markets, so if you're around, visit us on Thursday from 9am-12:30 at the Rockland farmer's market and Friday from 9am-noon at the Damariscotta market.

Sunday, August 12, 2012

Maine Boats, Homes, and Harbors show Day 3

It's the 3rd day of the boat show and it's still foggy!!! Good thing we love this kind of weather.

Matt grilling the day's special and our breakfast farinata.

The seagull montage.