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Dishes of DISH: Finger Lickin' Belgian waffle from Pink Tank

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On Sunday, September 22,DISH will dish out food and drinks from dozens of Cafe Society's favorite restaurants and trucks, including Pink Tank, in the Sculpture Park at the Denver Performing Arts Complex. Pink Tank's offering? Its award-winning Finger Lickin' Waffles & Chicken dish -- hold the chicken.
See also: Best Food Truck 2013 -- Pink Tank

The buttery, Belgian waffle was created by David Mueller, owner of PinkTank. On the truck menu, it comes with three chicken legs tossed in homemade hot sauce -- but there will be no chicken in the DISH version. Instead, the "cake-donut style waffle" will be topped with buttered caramel, crispy bacon bits, "caramel-maple syrup and a spoonful of our hot sauce ice cream."

As Mueller and company note, "PinkTank is all about crazy flavor combinations, specializing in a breakfast-fusion theme. Most of our dinner dishes have hints of breakfast."

With a big side of fun as well as flavor: "PinkTank truly wants our customers to have a fun, memorable experience when they come to the truck. Aside from the delicious food, we want them to have fun talking with our staff, listening to music and watching the flame-throwers erupt."

Learn more about Westword's annual celebration of the Denver dining scene, including how to buy 2013 Westword DISH tickets.

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