Following in the footsteps of The Great Food Truck Race and Food Truck Revolution comes a new show called Eat Street on Cooking Channel about the country's best food trucks.
And more than just a food truck slinging tacos, it's actually a "mobile teaching kitchen." It's designed to "create an immediate, unexpected spectacle" at schools, street fairs, and farmers markets in that it can "push out laterally for events" making room for both an "expo kitchen" and eight separate cooking stations.
I’ve become fascinated with food trucks, to the point where I’m about to plan a trip to Southern California just to experience firsthand what’s going on in the food truck Mecca.
Will Oliver's mobile kitchen challenge Kogi BBQ as the city's favorite food truck?
Off the Grid, a flotilla of food trucks that roams the city, attracting musicians and crowds wherever it alights.