The business, which will be set up in a vintage trailer she found, should be open by late spring or early summer. It will serve the kinds of healthy, vegan fare Collins has been eating since her parents got sick.
A mobile food truck serving food from coastal chain Fatburger will stop in Topeka on Saturday.
Several food truck owners say they've always wanted to own their own business, and getting a food truck off the ground is a relatively inexpensive way to do it.
Today, more than a dozen mobile food businesses roam the city’s streets. And even though the truck owners are having a harder time finding spots to park, according to a story published in The Eagle last week, the number of them just keeps growing.
We caught up with the Kansas food truck to learn more about their inspiration and operation. We started out rotating our menu every two weeks... We've moved it to every month. It's an extreme amount of work but never boring and always a representation of what we're feeling as cooks, as people, and as artists at that time.
Arturo Ray hit the streets with the truck two years ago. He serves a little bit of everything, including fried catfish, fried shrimp, chicken wings, tacos, burritos, brats, pulled pork and Polish sausage.
The line is constant, never overwhelming, and the mood is festive both inside and outside the truck as Shawn takes orders and handles the money, Sidney flips burgers on the flattop and Mike assembles boxes of freshly made Crawfish Mac-n-Cheese, a truck specialty.