Tag: mac and cheese
Chicago: 12 Months of Food Trucks – A Look Back
A new generation of food trucks was born, among them Gaztro-Wagon, Souther Man & Cheese, the Cupcake Gallery, Meatyballs, Simple Sandwich and More Mobile.
Chasing Chicago’s Food Trucks
I love the food truck concept: well-made food gets placed into a moving target whose whereabouts are broadcast across social networks and socialized among the hungry masses.
Restaurants Set Up Shops on Wheels to Speed Up Business
Under current law, food trucks can only sell their customers pre-packaged food, but a proposed ordinance, sponsored by Ald. Scott Waguespack of the 32nd Ward, seeks to allow vendors to prepare their product inside their trucks, as long as they abide by specific health standards.
Gourmet Meals On Wheels In Chicago
While Chicago's City Council debates whether or not to allow mobile trucks to prepare food on them, a number of entrepreneurs are moving ahead, by cooking in licensed kitchens, then loading up trucks and selling to office workers during the day.
Food Trucks Take the Streets of Chicago (VIDEO)
Connie Debie hits the streets of Chicago to check out the latest in the city's food truck movement.
Chicago: Southern Mac Hits the Road
That reputation must have gotten around, because on the truck’s Feb. 7 maiden voyage, the 100 servings Chef Cary Taylor cooked in the Southern’s kitchen that morning sold out in less than 30 minutes.
Boston: Roxy’s Grilled Cheese to Open Tomorrow, For Real
Today, we have confirmation from Chief Cheese Griller/Owner James DiSabatino that, yes, his grilled-cheese truck will hit the streets tomorrow. Oh yes.
Chicago: Mac-and-Cheese Food Truck Hits the Road
If you've been dreaming of a food truck that sells only mac-and-cheese dishes, you can wake up now.
Chicago: The Southern Mac & Cheese Truck Hits The Road
“Are you ready for some Mac?” That was question posed by The Southern’s owner Jim Lasky and Chef Cary Taylor on Facebook today as they launched their new mobile mac and cheese truck. Judging by the turnout, the answer was a resounding yes.
What food truck is missing from the streets of KC?
Food-truck culture is slowly rolling into Kansas City, four wheels at a time. The Good You opened in December and began parking next to 3 Girls Cupcakes, which has been wheeling around since last year.