Foreign Policy Food Truck


Foreign Policy food truck specializes in Korean, Greek, and American-inspired fusion cuisine – perfect for group dinners struggling to choose where to dine! Be sure to try their amazing Donut Bacon Cheeseburger or Kimchi Fries!

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Donut Bacon Cheeseburger

Donut-based burgers have long been a crowd-pleaser, especially those featuring sweet and savory elements – an example is a bacon cheeseburger sandwiched between two Krispy Kreme glazed donuts for maximum crowd-pleasing effect. It is popular among fairgoers and even on some TGI Fridays menus worldwide!

Heat a skillet over medium-high heat and add bacon slices. Fry until they become crisp, several minutes on either side; drain on paper towels before setting aside. In the same skillet, use plant-based burger patties as they brown on both sides – about three minutes per side. Use apple cider vinaigrette on each donut half and top it with one of your finished patties, two slices of bacon, and another donut half for an unforgettable taste experience! Enjoy!

Sue was delighted to see the Donut Bacon Cheeseburger on the menu; eating one had long been on her bucket list. And indeed, this burger lived up to all expectations!

Kimchi Fries

Vegetarian-inspired spicy and savory fries combine Korean and Mexican ingredients for an irresistibly delicious snack, created initially at Chi’Lantro restaurant in Austin, Texas. A true winner in every way! Crispy baked fries topped with caramelized kimchi, two varieties of cheese, and various garnishes such as cilantro onions and magic sauce (Sriracha mayo) come together beautifully for this dish that should not be missed! Served warm for maximum effect.

Pre-heat the oven to 450 degrees F, slice potatoes into fries, lay them out on a baking sheet in an even layer, coat with olive oil, and season with salt and paprika before placing into the oven until golden brown, approximately 30 minutes (toss frequently for even browning).

Cook the bacon over medium heat until crisp. Drain any fat left behind from cooking it and set aside. In a clean skillet over low heat, combine sliced kimchi with bacon fat and sugar and stir-fry for 10 minutes or until slightly caramelized. Transfer this mixture to a bowl before topping hot fries with it as desired. Toppings like more cheese or other selected items, drizzle sriracha/sambal sauce as an additional spicy flourish for extra spice!

Greek Burger

Greek seasonings and feta cheese add an exotic flair to this traditional burger recipe! Enjoy them on a toasty bun accompanied by tomatoes, cucumbers, and tzatziki sauce for the ultimate delicious experience – ideal for when you want something new on the grill or need an alternative meat option for guests who love meat!

These burgers take their cue from traditional Greek meatballs (bite), using the same technique of adding eggs and breadcrumbs to ground lamb for maximum moisture retention even at high temperatures. Onions are grated directly into the bowl rather than cut to ensure all flavors and juices remain intact within each patty’s patty.

Make and store burgers ahead of time in the fridge, with additional preparation of Tzatziki Sauce made several days ahead; add to the serving plate just before rehydrating!

This burger goes perfectly with classic Greek salad, or Spicy Whipped Feta Dip. This recipe works well paired with Greek Lemon Rice or Roasted Vegetables. If lamb isn’t your preference, substitute beef or turkey for optimal results!