Chef Jeremiah fuses classic ingredients with experimental preparation techniques to create gourmet dishes, conveniently delivered to you streetside.
The former "hotel guy" turned West Palm Beach Internet marketer turned food truck aficionado has come up with an event he hopes will show Miami's hot-shot food truckers that there's a market for their gourmet on wheels cuisine up here, and maybe even spur a few locals to join in.
After shutting down food truck gatherings in unincorporated areas, including the popular Tamiami Truckers Food Court in West Kendall, it is drafting a set of regulations.
Every Friday night, a caravan of food trucks, usually with more than 70 wheels in total, park at an empty West Kendall lot and sell gourmet cooking to throes of foodies.
Seems everyone in Miami is hungry for sustenance on wheels these days. And mobile food courts are the rage. This week a few of the meet-up locations are changing.
With the animal fat freely a-flowin' on most local food trucks, what's a meat-eschewer to do? While Miami's mobile food scene continues to grow, it's still behind other cities' in its lack of vegetarian options. The Raaga Cart showed promise during Art Basel especially, but its owners have day jobs and it hasn't been seen around much since.
When we got to Biscayne and 64th street, La Camaronera's Fish Box, Sakaya Kitchen's Dim Ssam a Go Go, Chef Bullfrog's Gastropod, and former Detroit Tiger Jim Heins' Latin Burger Truck were already caravanned.
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