Little Filipino will hit the streets next week, putting that magical street food twist on egg rolls, noodles and other traditional Filipino dishes.
‘Doug the Food Dude‘ has been cruising the streets of Rosslyn since the beginning of the month.
Torched Goodness provides gourmet desserts made with organic and locally grown and made ingredients from their movable kitchen.
Houston’s food truck business is growing faster than the rising price of gas. Thankfully. And with these new mobile gems comes an influx of creative culinary inspiration.
Flatiron's owner, chef Timothy Abell--who's learned from top toques at The Hungry Cat, Water Grill, Wilshire, Joe's and Bar Pintxo--takes the best of what he finds at the farmers ' markets on any given day, and comes up with a few dishes that you rarely see served from a truck.
She makes a point that if the modern food truck industry were allowed here in the county, not only would that create jobs and economic opportunities for the food truck vendors themselves, but also for those convert, clean, wrap, maintain and sell the trucks.
“I really like Filipino food. I’ve been a chef for 10 years and when i flew over to Mactan Island, i really fell in love with the food barbeque pork & lumpia.”, said Webb.