The biggest food truck festival in the Valley is back!
More than 50 food trucks from Arizona, California and Nevada will dish out everything from comfort classics to gourmet grabs Jan. 25-26 at Street Eats, the top food event at Salt River Fields.
Street food is an integral part of city culture. Food trucks, or “mobile kitchens,” are becoming increasingly trendy throughout the country and allow for creative culinary minds to bring quick, often unconventional, food to those who wander city streets.
The Street Eats Food Truck Festival, presented byNew Times, will bring more than 50 trucks from around Arizona and the country to Salt River Fields on Saturday, January 25 and Sunday, January 26. Attendees will also be able to catch live music, eating contests, and cooking demonstrations.
Rizzo’s Eats uses fresh ingredients, the menu continues to evolve with the changing of the seasons
Moose’s menu also includes roasted corn on the cob. “When you steam corn, the sugar doesn’t caramelize the same way that it does when you roast it,” says Kyllonen. “When you eat corn that’s been roasted it’s sweeter and it’s a beautiful dish to serve.”
Saturday's weather forecast looks positively balmy -- 75 degrees! -- which is very good news for the food trucks that will brake for the season's first Justice League of Street Food bash. Eight trucks will congregate on the northeast corner of Colfax Avenue and Stuart Street from 2 to 8 p.m., officially ushering in spring food truck mania.
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