In the spring, he started serving Korean barbecue and family New Mexican recipes out of a converted RV he calls Fill Ur Belly.
The action got so heated last year that a Denver City Council committee held a hearing to consider the city's regulations regarding trucks.
Ustedes know about my skepticism of the luxe-lonchera craze, especially the attempt of some claiming to sell honest-to-goodness street food, then charging you Ritz-Carlton prices for a pinche slider.
Yellow Submarine at one of the earlier food truck gatherings--the Fall for the Arts festival last year. We've been hearing a lot more about food trucks lately. But I must ask, where is the cross-cultural perspective, the historical view? Here, for your consideration, are some selected (recent-ish) moments in U.S. food truck history....