I also ordered a side of Cheese and Herb Rissotto balls or, aranciata, as they were called in my Italian household. An order gets you three golf ball sized bites of risotto and cheese fried until golden, topped with shredded cheese and a sprinkling of herbs. I was hoping for a little more gooey cheese action in the center and a bit more sharpness from the cheese, but I'm biased. My dad made the best aranciata.
Wilmington city planners may be done fine-tuning proposed regulations that would give food trucks more freedom to operate.
Klausie's success has out-paced our capacity. Our current config - a small truck working out of rented kitchen space - is unable to meet the ever growing demands for our pizza! To meet demand, Klausie's needs its own kitchen space (a restaurant) for prep and a mobile unit with greater cooking capacity. We've decided to shut down the current version of the Klausie's Pizza's food truck immediately. Now, we can focus on getting a restaurant in or near downtown Raleigh.
From covered dish dinners and coffee shops to Charlotte’s iconic Greek Festival and food truck rodeos at Chow Down Uptown, food brings people together.
Thousands took advantage of the great Sunday weather to come out and sample tasty treats from more than 40 different food trucks representing all kinds of cuisine.
Raleigh took a cue from its neighbor to the west in offering food truck rodeos. Durham was the first Triangle city to get things rolling with a rodeo in 2010.
The difference between a pushcart and a mobile food truck comes down to what they’re allowed to sell. Push carts can only sell hot dogs or related items like sausages or bratwurst. The cart has to be built to National Sanitation Foundation standards, said James “Doc” Thompson, program supervisor of the Gaston County Health Department’s environmental health division that oversees the county’s food establishments.
I expected huge lines at Sunday's event, the first of four planned this year. Luckily, the church my family attends gets out at 11:30 a.m. on Sundays. So we walked over to Fayetteville Street and were among the first in line when it opened at noon.
The food trucks have been an integral part of our business and give the community of Jamestown more options and also bring a lot of fun and excitement to this small town
"The waits have been crazy long all day,” North Raleigh resident Roxanne Hoover said as she waited in line for Parle-vous Crepes, one of the more popular trucks. She said she’d been in line for nearly 45 minutes.