Thyme to Dine food truck reopens for business after four-year hiatus 

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After graduating from Pikes Peak Community College’s culinary arts program in 2013, Shawn Stevenson started a pun-tastic catering company, Thyme to Dine. But things were derailed in 2014, when she was diagnosed with thyroid cancer. But four years later, she’s kicked cancer to the curb, and gotten back to business, reopening Thyme to Dine as a food truck in June, though her hours are limited for now.

“I work a full-time job, so I’m pretty limited as to when I run the food truck, so it’s kind of a hobby right now,” she says, adding that she hopes to make it her full-time gig by year’s end. She specializes in Italian food; her best-seller is a meatball grinder, featuring homemade meatballs made from a pork/ground chuck blend.

“My family is from Sicily, so it’s some old family recipes I’ve just put my twist on.”


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