The Wheelhouse serves delicious dishes of Thai, Mexican and Thai-Mex fusion flavor using high quality ingredients prepared with love for the food and love for the people.
Rachael Ray even launched her own doggie food truck to promote her eye-rollingly named Nutrish dog food — we had our pup correspondent comment last fall.
Before air conditioning lures you indoors this summer, look for one of several frozen treat trucks rolling around Dallas-Fort Worth. Your sweet tooth is sure to approve.
Shahla Fadaie, an Indian Hills resident, recently purchased the Mr. Ice Cream truck and started her new firm called Shahlala Healthy Ice Cream Rush. She serves a northern Douglas County route established by the previous owner. She intends to introduce two of her new flavors at the outdoor truck food fest next Saturday, which is from noon to 5 p.m. at the Fandango Casino in Carson City.
Food trucks for dogs are rolling through a growing number of cities, selling canine versions of cookies, ice cream and other treats.
The approved regulations free the District’s more than 100 food trucks from “ice cream truck rules” that had required parked vendors to have a line of customers waiting for service at all times. Legislators had already approved portions of the regulations that addressed food safety and labor standards two weeks ago.
he creative director for a Flint ad agency wants to park a refurbished trolley inside the Flat Lot at South Saginaw Street near East First Street and sell ice cream out of it with an aim toward attracting young families downtown.
Sundaes, cones and floats include Blue Suede Shoes Sundae with candied bacon, Fat Elvis ice cream and chocolate-peanut butter sauce; Black Magic Cone, a Nutella-lined waffle cone with Zanzibar ice cream and dulce de leche; and floats made with Dr. Brown's sodas, Coca Cola or Dr Pepper.
he lunchtime destination at the Marine Parade Grounds includes an ever-changing rotation of the city’s best food trucks, including dessert trucks. These dessert trucks bring a variety of sweets, including cupcakes, ice cream, popsicles, and even ice cream sandwiches made of cookies!
Officially, food trucks are regulated under the city's "ice cream rule," which prohibits mobile vendors from parking unless there is a gaggle of customers ready to line up and make a purchase. It also outlaws trucks from parking on blocks where the sidewalk is narrower than 10 feet.