The mobile kitchen can feed not only victims of a disaster, but also all the rescue and relief crews that would be there to help.
The soldiers participating are trained to prepare meals for up to 800 sailors, soldiers or Marines out of the containerized kitchens, a type of mobile kitchen trailer often used in the field.
Baltimore doesn't contain a large enough fleet to have such problems. But the city may be catching up. At least four new food trucks hit the streets in the past year.
Planet of the Crepes spends its days serving an array of sweet and savory crepes. The food trailer is run by Jessica Kraus, the former pastry chef at Harvest Restaurant, the Grill at Hacienda del Sol and both Zona 78 locations. She makes incredible crepes. You should go try one.
Ramsey says the teeth he sought have come back to bite him — since November, nine of his 53 vehicles either have not passed or would be unable to pass a city Fire Department inspection mandated by the new mobile food vending requirements.
The Skillet Street Food mobile diner travels to Bellevue one day, West Seattle the next, serving up food on the street.
The trend of gourmet food trucks is spreading from the west coast to St. Louis. Most of the food trucks in St. Louis can be found downtown, and offer a variety of cuisines including Mexican, French, American, and Italian.