Fugu Truck Needs Your Help!

i always admire people that can follow their dreams cuz i dont have the courage to do that. whether it’s because i have to pay them bills or the fear of failing, i jus cant quit my job and pursue my passion of food and art.

losers like me find excuses and winners find ways. Bing Liu, the founder of fugu truck earned a degree in engineering, but he decided to pursue his passion in culinary arts and ended up at Le Cordon Bleu in France. he spent time working at taillevent restaurant and at Chocolaterie by Jean Charles Rochoux in Paris. a young aspiring chef at heart, Bing returned to the US to formally start his culinary career. working at several Michelin-starred restaurants in New York City, Bing began to develop a personal sense of style. later, he moved to boston and started the fugu truck to bring the best asian street food to the streets of boston.

please help their project on Kickstarter to bring the delicious street delicacies to Boston. imagine a tender braised pork bun panini, a crispy scallion pancake wrap stuffed with spicy beef, or a refreshingly cool noodle salad with creamy sesame dressing… all just a few blocks away! To bring those unfamiliar flavors to life, they need your help.

Please LIKE this video and re-post:
http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/fugutruck/fugu-food-truck-authentic-asian-street-food-on-whe
a $20 pledge gets you a freshly prepared meal from the Fugu Truck and $500 gets you a cooking class, one-of-a-kind Fugu Truck t-shirt, free meal and other goodies.

the project expires in 8 days! Please help them to reach their funding goal!
check out their yummy pix @http://www.fugutruck.com/#!gallery/cjbl

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Fugu Truck Team
http://www.fugutruck.com/
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5 thoughts on “Fugu Truck Needs Your Help!

  1. By the way, I don’t think you’re a loser. Even if you choose to keep your art entirely private, you are gaining something from what you love doing. Sharing with people is even better. It is also good to be practical to some degree. If you aren’t happy yourself, then everyone else around you suffers, too. So keep up what you’re doing! I enjoyed your post.

  2. Bunny, you’re definitely NOT a loser. In fact, you are persuing a dream by sharing wonderful stories and picts through your blog. I admire your natural talent and find your enthusiasm to be infectious. You are a natural at food photography, which is not an easy task, it’s actually pretty tough. So, you have your whole life ahead of you, and YOU ARE CURRENTLY following your dream.

    Dream on!

    Jb

  3. I had dumplings like this two weeks ago, and Chinese pancakes. Wow the food looks amazing. I miss the noodles with the sesame dressing. Beautiful presentation. Is this food seriously made in a truck? Wow. Yum. Never been to Boston. 😦

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