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Comedian James Cunningham travels throughout the U.S. in search of the most interesting food trucks. While Miami has some innovative mobile cooking, it's great to see what other cities are dishing out on four wheels.
Manila Rice features authentic Filipino chow, with recipes taken from Cecille's 74-year-old grandmother, who catered fiestas in the Philippines.
Juiceblendz is the latest to join the food truck craze. This local chain has 14 locations, mostly at universities, areas and hospitals. They specialize in food on the run -- healthy smoothies and wraps so this fits into their business model.
The Flying Saucer lands at Street Food Friday today in time for lunch. The "saucer" is named for the 25 different sauces available on the truck - all made from scratch!
Shirking the usual food truck clichés of tacos, burgers and sweets, Shao Roma brings fresh and authentic Romanian food to a truck stop near you.
Food trucks these days are big business. Midway Ford out in Doral hopes a collection of at least ten trucks will bring in car buyers and fun seekers alike.
Some food truck roundups have been switched around so much they feel like a floating poker game, but the Biscayne Triangle Truckers Roundup, or BTTR, keeps going strong.
They just introduced six new Feverish carts around the city, taking their sweets to unexplored and harder-to-get-to-in-a-truck places.
Confused yet by all the street food court change-ups in the last couple weeks? In a nutshell, here's what's going on
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