Helena fair food trucks serve up treats for every taste

BRIDGET PACK Independent Record

At the Last Chance Stampede and Fair in Helena, attendees were able to indulge in an array foods, whether fried, savory or sweet.

Vendors from various locations came together to share their secret family recipes, both classic and modern. Several vendors expressed their satisfaction with the fair’s turnout and appreciated the pleasant weather. 

The outside view of the the Blue Moose BBQ food truck during the Last Chance Stampede and Fair.

BRIDGET PACK, Independent Record

“We love the small towns and small country towns,” said Amy Rowan, owner of Blue Moose BBQ.

After smoking over 1,500 pounds of meat for the fair, Rowan offered a unique barbecue experience featuring wood-smoked tri-tip cooked at high temperatures. According to Rowan, the preparation method using a wood fire and high temperature helps retain moisture and creates a unique flavor.

Trip-tip sliced straight off the grill at the Blue Moose BBQ food truck.

BRIDGET PACK, Independent Record

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