Here are a few of my very favorite: Vampire Slayer, full of sausage, garlic and onions, this pie is made for those of us that love all things garlic. Sausage and mushroom an ample portion of meat and vegetables, the mushrooms give the pie an earth taste hard to resist.
I was also lucky enough to get Mommas Tomato and Onion salad, beautiful farm fresh tomatoes sweet red onions, tossed with high quality EVOO and wine vinegar, perfect for dipping the big slabs of bread being served on the side.
A few other treats; Sausage in Rosa sauce with wide homemade noodles, a hint of hot pepper makes this dish a number one pick for me.
A beautiful Mint Pesto pasta was a perfect light dish for a very hot summer day. The mint mixed with fresh squeezed lemon was excellent.
Spicy Red Pepper dish proved to be another favorite, I like spicy and these guys know how to do it right.
The last dish I tried may be the one that satisfied me the best a Lasagna Bianco rich, cheesy a hint of nutmeg.
I now have a schedule, each Friday I look at the calendar for location, gather up trusty dog and off we go for lunch. Catullo’s is one of the few trucks that provide seating for its customers, so if it’s not busy or too hot dog and I eat and spend some time talking with Carl Ann, momma Catullo. I totally enjoy chatting with her, and one of the brothers always supplies Winston with water.
Another ritual I am still trying to justify, or is it rationalize, I buy enough food for the weekend, or food to portion for the week. When I tell you I can eat Italian every day, it is not a lie, and for sure Catullo’s is the food I want. It may be a little bit of an effort to locate them, but if you do, I think like me and about a dozen of my friends, you will not be satisfied anywhere else. There are many food truck rallies each weekend, that are well advertised, make it a family outing, take the kids there are often kid zones, face painting and just kid stuff, plus a day out with the family always is a good deal.