It's a daily culinary performance that plays out across Los Angeles: Top food truck chefs whipping up gourmet meals in spaces no bigger than a restaurant's stockroom or walk-in freezer.
Spud Nation trucks will launch with nine menu items made with a vast array of U.S. potato products.
“I beat out, you know, bacon and chorizo and cheese sauce and macaroni and cheese to win - and i.e. all of those things. But it felt really inspiring. It was like a victory for the underdog - you know, the healthy food, the potato soup. It felt really…kind of victorious on another level. You know it wasn’t about the actual recipe, but more of a deeper meaning.”
The U.S. Potato Board has unveiled a food truck it's purchased to sell potato-based cuisine in the Denver area, with plans to start a fleet of food trucks specializing in spuds.
After launching his first food truck, Sausagefest, in 2011, and subsequently unleashing Tacofest, Burgerfest and Greekfest grubwagons on the Vegas Valley, Naidas will debut his fifth truck, Lobsterfest, at a home builders’ convention next week.
"There's kind of an intimate relationship we have with our customers because we're on the street," Blough said. "We're really out in the community doing different things every day, and that's probally what I love the most."
A Gourmet Soiree is known for street foods, gourmet menu items, freshly squeezed lemonade and, for dessert, No Toaster Tart in a variety of flavors. It is described as Mobile Kitchen Solution/ Food Truck/ Film/TV Catering/Craft Service/Pop Ups. The menu for the evening is hand written with surprises each day.
More than 50 food trucks plan to roll into the Henderson casino.
Fukuburger is definitely a local-favorite, offering traditional all-American burgers with a Japanese twist.
The Kentucky-based food truck POLLO and its owners — husband-and-wife team King and Selena Johnson — aren’t in Jeffersonville on a whim.