Tag: chile

New York, NY: Street Eats – Aji de Gallina from Manos Peruanos

“Aji” means chile pepper in Spanish, and “amarillo” means yellow, but while they are called yellow chile peppers, their color changes to orange as they mature. You could even see tiny pieces of orange in the sauce.

Wash, DC: Chile Food Truck Debuts at Fancy Food Show

ProChile sponsored an innovative truck concept at this year’s Summer Fancy Food Show

Phoenix, AZ: Clea Senneville of Beet StrEAT

"Once you have food and drinks," says Clea, "you have a community of people."

Denver, CO: Civic Center Eats Rolls Back into Civic Center

Civic Center Eats, billed as "the largest gathering of food trucks in metro Denver," is back!

Boise: Brick 29’s Streatery Food Truck Rolls Out This Thursday

The punlicious truck will make its official debut at the Meridian Urban Market on Thursday, May 5, serving chile relleno with roasted tomatillo salsa in honor of Cinco de Mayo.

Walnut A-Go-Go: Boulder Favorite Now on Wheels

Walnut Café has gone mobile in the form of Dinah, a checkered, flag-bedecked cargo hulk that represents their entree into Boulder's increasingly crowded food truck market.

San Antonio: Toastie Buns… Restaurant on Wheels

He inherited the truck in November 2008 after his father-in-law's death and started converting it into a food truck, although, at the time, he didn't know what he was going to do with it.

There’s A Sloppy New Food Truck In Town

Jo’s had only been sloppy for a week when we visited but we’d already been familiar with the sexy yeller truck via @sloppijos. The owner and New Orleans transplant, Jolene, greeted us and introduced us to the menu.

Denver Street Food: The Best Meals-On-Wheels of 2010

Our ten favorite Denver street food warriors that launched in 2010.

Sneak Peek at Sloppi Jo’s

What I consider to be the biggest story in the Las Vegas food scene in 2010 is the advent of gourmet food truck.

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