Frank & Anthony – The Fettuccine Boys

Global News

I started paying attention to the food truck scene in Toronto in late 2011.  Since then the number of trucks on our streets have grown along with the variety of food that’s available.  At last year’s AwesTruck there were fifty – yes fifty, trucks set up in a very water logged field at Fort York, all serving up different fare.  One of the newer trucks at that event was The Frankie Fettuccine Food Truck, Canada’s first pasta-themed gourmet food truck.

Like many chefs, co-owner, Frank Mazzonetto (FM) entered the food industry by washing dishes at Cafe Galleria in downtown Oakville when he was 14 years old.  After finishing high school he enrolled in the Culinary Management program at George Brown College.  His first job was at Ten Restaurant in Mississauga  working under Master Chef Olaf Mertens.  The birth of his son caused him to walk away from the restaurant and…

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