Tag: Food Truck Books
Nashville Food Trucks: Stories & Recipes from the Road features the stories of how and why Nashville’s favorite food truck operators got started, as well as recipes for signature menu items.
This is a handy tome for a road trip: The Boka Taco truck in Richmond, Va., serves a Asian-Mexican menu.
Health food this is not. But the all-American allure of the hot dog endures.
He’s recently compiled his experiences and vast knowledge of Toronto’s diverse street food scene to pen StreetEats Toronto, a guidebook filled with insider tips, profiles and stories featuring many of Toronto’s favourite food trucks.
New York City‘s iconic hot dog carts are sharing increasingly crowded curbs with high-end food trucks dishing up Belgian waffles, Korean barbecue, gourmet whoopie pies and new interpretations of American classics.
Branigan’s book claims to be the first of its kind, giving readers flavorful anecdotes, and more than 30 recipes, straight from the mouth of an actual food truck cook.
In the book, 50 vendors are profiled, and recipes from (or inspired by) their cart’s offerings are made available, in many cases for the first time.
If the idea of eating food from the back of a van doesn't sound very appealing, you'll be happy to hear that the trend for street food is taking a new direction - namely coming off the street and into your kitchen.
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