IT’S A modern love story. Love at first bite, if you will. It all started with a chicken bacon ranch quesadilla. My love grew stronger with the Kitchen Sink fries, then tragedy struck. The Blue Goose Food Trailer was involved in a wreck that resulted in the loss of their food truck. Luckily, they sprang back quickly and are fully operational once again. I can’t wait to work my way through their menu, but here are my experiences so far.
The Kitchen Sink fries are what dreams are made of, with crisp fries underneath tender and juicy pieces of chicken, shredded cheese, and a blanket of queso topped with something almost unexpected — Flamin’ Hot Cheetos. I’ll admit, I’d never eaten these Cheetos before, and now I can’t stop thinking about them. The crunch and slight kick of heat they added to the already perfect french fries made for a dynamic duo unlike any other. Stuffed was an understatement, but I left no bite behind.
The chicken bacon ranch quesadilla, a toasty outside tortilla stuffed inside with cheese, chicken, and bacon with a perfect ribbon of creamy ranch on top, was equally as delicious. Perhaps I should sneak some Flaming Hot Cheetos inside the quesadilla next time.
I’m happy to say that their food has been consistently on point every time I’ve eaten at The Blue Goose — never a bad bite and always a photo-worthy presentation with a pristinely clean food truck to go with it. Their menu of familiar favorites on a professional level is a crowd-pleasing delicacy in Shelbyville. Paired with outstanding customer service, The Blue Goose is set to soar to new heights. GN