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Melt Mobile Scores TV Spot for New Bobby Flay Show, Three Days to Open

26 Mar

Update:  3 Days to Open starts July 13 at 10 pm.  Melt Mobile is featured on the July 20th episode.

A few weeks ago we got an e-mail from Food Network, asking us to spread the word about Bobby Flay’s new show, 3 Days to Open.  He’ll be following, training, and helping out a select group of food entrepreneurs from across the country for his new show (untitled as of now).  This open casting call was nationwide and we hoped that somebody from Connecticut would get a spot.

Just a few days after our post about a new gourmet grilled cheese food truck called Melt Mobile coming to Stamford, Darlene Andersen (co-owner) wrote us and said she and Diana Hall (co-owner) would meet with Bobby Flay’s people.  Well, it’s official, they will be on Bobby’s new show!  We wish them the best and look forward to seeing them on Food Network.  Also, we can’t help but think about how awesome those gourmet grilled cheese sandwiches will be…in our bellies.

They will be open for business on March 29 at the Veterans Park/Landmark Square area.  Thursday will have a special opening time of 11:30, so be sure to stop by, check out the cheesy goodness, and see why Bobby Flay is so interested in having these two talented women on his show!

Our post on 3 Days to Open

Our first post on Melt Mobile

Our post on Bobby Flay and Melt Mobile’s Surprise Visit to Stamford a day before opening

Melt Mobile

Veterans Park/Landmark Square Atlantic Street (across from Old Town Hall) in Stamford, Connecticut

Monday-Friday, 11 am – 4 pm

Visa, MasterCard, and cash accepted

Opening March 29, 2012

Melt Mobile site: http://www.meltmobilect.com

Melt Mobile FB:  https://www.facebook.com/MeltMobile

Phone:  (203) 609-1422

Available for private events, too!

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Oysters, BBQ, Pirates, Superheroes, BMX Stunts, Soul Asylum, Fuel, and Cooking Competitons @ Norwalk Oyster Fest 2011

2 Sep

34th Norwalk Oyster Festival: September 9-11, 2011

Some reasons to check out the Norwalk Oyster Fest this year:

Food Fun

There will be cooking competitions, BBQ, oysters, and the other popular Fest foods.  The BBQ from the Kansas City BBQ Society was okay last time we went, we’d try the New England BBQ Society or stick to the tents and the oysters.  Also, there will be lots of chances to get food from charitable organizations.  We’re all about helping out, and this is an awesome way to because you definitely have to get your grub on, so why not do so and do good at the same time? ;)  




9/9:  Fuel!  “Hemorrhage (In My Hands),” “Shimmer,” “Won’t Back Down,” and “Innocent.”  

9/10:  Soul Asylum, baby!  Remember their songs?  We do!  “Runaway Train,” “Misery,” and “Somebody to Shove?”  Hell yes.  

9/11:  Silverado.

BMX and motocross stunts.  Seriously, this was awesome the last time we went.  Flips and all other kinds of stunts.  Kristien and I would also perform, but we wouldn’t want to make the riders feel inadequate.  So, we just watch.

Family Friendly

Avast! Pirates will be walking around but best mind your booty, landlubbers.  Dress yer kid as a pirate (if they aren’t already like that) and, arrhh, they be getting in free.  Pirates not yer thing, lassy?  Come by Sunday and you get to see Marvel Superheroes such as Captain America, Thor, and Spider-man.  No mention, though, of Oyster-Man, Captain OmNom, or Bloated-Girl.  ;)

The Deets

September 9-11, 2011

Veteran’s Park on Seaview Avenue

Adults:  $10 on Friday, $12 on Saturday and Sunday, Adult Weekend $25

Senior Citizens:  $10

Children:  5-12 are $3, 4 and younger are free.

Military personnel or activity duty: free

Tickets can be purchased here or on the spot.

BRING CASH!  Seriously, you’ll need it.  :)

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