Face it, when it comes to food trucks in SF you've actually got a lot of choices. And because choices are hard, we've decided to help by narrowing things down to our top eight, so you know who to go to and what to order to get the most bang for your buck (and we do mean buck
They offer fries, barbecue pork and beef brisket, but the most popular dish is something called “Redneck Fries.” On a base of French fries the cooks pile barbecue pork, melted cheese, an extra squirt of barbecue sauce and top it with jalapeños.
The fact of the matter is that trademark law doesn't give me a choice on who and what to defend. The law is very clear: either defend your trademark or lose rights to it
Delicious fare at affordable prices coming soon to a winery or beach near you.
The Second Annual Minnesota Food Truck Fair is coming up next month, as I see in the Star Tribune. I can get gassy at the chassis of such vehicles as the Gastrotruck, or order something called a Bangkok burrito at the World Street Kitchen truck.
The trucks will be offering everything from Belgian waffles to Filipino fusion to French crepes and pastries.
Tornado Potatoes made their first appearance in Korea between 2005-2007. They are made by either skewering the whole potato and cutting with a specialized spiral slicer, or by first cutting the potato and then skewering it.
Portnoy christened his new solo venture Satellite Republic. Recently showed up in San Francisco at a neighborhood party in the Inner Richmond, making juicy beef dumplings called khinkali.