The parmesan peppercorn sauce was also mayo-based, and personally we liked it better. That’s not a big surprise, considering we’re huge on anything cheesy, and this was pretty cheesy. There wasn’t much from the peppercorns, but it was still a good dipping sauce.
Trucks could come from all over Florida and set up shop at the fairgrounds.
The words “trailer” and “culture” don’t usually go together, but when you’re talking about food trailers, all bets are off.
Shaved ice, while similar to a snow cone in many respects, is not the same thing.
Huffpost Food recently attended the Zagat Food Truck Frenzy in order to learn a little bit more about the people behind the food trucks and get answers to all our burning questions.
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