The food truck phenomenon has allowed creative cuisine to flourish in cities across the U.S. without some of the costs associated with running a restaurant. They’re most often found in big cities, but Northwest Indiana features some notable entries, particularly in Porter County
For $10, hungry patrons can dine on dishes like braised veal, pulled pork, truffle risotto, lasagna and ramen soup with wasabi-marinated smoked salmon.
A look at the Chubby Chickpea in Canton.
Thousands took advantage of the great Sunday weather to come out and sample tasty treats from more than 40 different food trucks representing all kinds of cuisine.
Veganism is much like vegetarianism; however, vegans eschew all animal food products, including dairy, egg and honey. Though the Randy Radish is by definition vegan, owners Nancy Jezior and Sharon Lindblad prefer the term “plant-based cuisine.”
Organic Tempeh Tacos aren't just for vegetarians anymore. Even meat eaters will find these soy-based tacos tasty and satisfying. They begin with Westsoy organic tempeh, which is marinated in a house-made teriyaki sauce, then sauteed until it's crispy and caramelized on the outside and tender within.
The locally-designed app allows frequenters of Toronto’s now-famous and ubiquitous food trucks to locate their favourite cuisine, be it cupcakes or tacos, across the city.
Food trucks are big business these days. And Friday, a new one rolled into town. But make no bones about it, this truck is for dogs only!
The Athens-Clarke County government hasn’t yet eased regulations allowing for food trucks, but the success of last year’s food truck festival downtown showed the community’s interest in these mobile cuisine purveyors.
If Austin is the Mecca of food trucks, then Stillwater is probably the Sahara.