Morning Kick Featured on Phoenix New Times

Morning Kick Featured on Phoenix New Times

If you shop at the Gilbert Farmers Market on Saturdays, you're most likely familiar with the Morning Kick food truck and its famous breakfast burritos. The husband-and-wife team, Scott and Mindy Waldron, have been at the food truck business for the past three years...
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Morning Kick Featured on Phoenix New Times

 

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If you shop at the Gilbert Farmers Market on Saturdays, you’re most likely familiar with the Morning Kick food truck and its famous breakfast burritos. The husband-and-wife team, Scott and Mindy Waldron, have been at the food truck business for the past three years.

Neither of them had any formal training. Her background is in teaching, marketing, and graphic design; his is in sales and catering. So why a food truck? Inspiration came from their 2-year-old son, a famously picky eater. One time, Scott’s mom made a casserole dish that became the only food the little one would eat.

“We made this dish so many times we joked about selling it,” Mindy says. That’s when they first looked into food trucks. Scott’s grandfather found one in Tucson, brought it to Phoenix, and fixed it. Thus was born their foray into the world of serving food.

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