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Rashe’s Cuisine Finally Has Its Food Truck

It took almost three years, but Rashe Malcolm of Rashe’s Cuisine finally has the permit for her food truck. It’s not out on the road yet, but you can look forward to it in the future, as well as her brick-and-mortar restaurant on Vine Street opening its doors—perhaps in August, but she’s taking it slowly and carefully. In the meantime, she’s still doing catering, as well as smaller meals to order.

Pay attention on Facebook, and you can find out about her produce bags ($20 and including things like corn, blueberries, squash, kale, cucumbers, tomatoes, peaches and sweet potatoes) and cold prepackaged meals ($7 each, and veggie-forward, using the same ingredients that are in the bag). Pre-order by emailing farm2neighborhood@gmail.com, pre-pay, then pick up either at The National or her storefront at Triangle Plaza, depending on your preference and availability.

You can also order hot meals on Fridays by emailing rashecuisine@gmail.com. This coming week (pick up on June 26) includes oxtails, curry potato roti, or curry chicken or goat, all with rice and peas, green beans and mac and cheese (except the roti, which doesn’t include rice and peas). Order by June 25 and keep an eye out for future meal options.

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