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Los Angeles, CA: The Seoul Sausage Co. Takes a Montreal Classic for a Ride

More K-Town than Quebec, the twice-fried fries are piled high with moist and meaty eight-hour braised short ribs. Avocado-lime crema, gooey pepper jack cheese, and kimchi pickled onions cling to the top. It drips, oozes, and gloms with sweet and sour heat

Calgary: No-Roll Zones for Food Trucks Leave Bad Taste

They’re producing cutting-edge cuisine in what’s likely this decade’s biggest food movement.

London Gets a Taste for Truck Cuisine

Street Kitchen was launched by Mark Jankel, former head chef at the Notting Hill Brasserie, and Jun Tanaka, head chef at Pearl

No-Go Zones for Food Trucks Leave BAD Taste in Calgary

These are serious gourmands making culinary magic from compact kitchens, retrofitted into mobile trucks and trailers.

Simple, Fresh Food with or Without the Bun

Call it the naked lunch. A a novel lunch truck where you order sandwich-style or without the bun — ”NAKED.”

Minn / SP New Trucks: Vellee Deli and Hola Arepa

We found two new flavor kicked ve-hicles parked on the same street.

NYSF IN LA: TACOS FROM BORDER GRILL

So yesterday I went over to the same spot for lunch on Alameda, and there was another choice to make – Border Grill or Let’s Be Frank.

NYC: Mexicue Serving Up Amazing Mexican Barbecue Fusion From A Truck

The The Mexicue Food Truck was founded by two regular Brooklyn guys named David Schillace and Thomas Kelly. According to their website, they “started mixing green chili sauce with smoked short ribs, and poblanos and tomatillo sauce with barbecued chicken.

There’s A Sloppy New Food Truck In Town

Jo’s had only been sloppy for a week when we visited but we’d already been familiar with the sexy yeller truck via @sloppijos. The owner and New Orleans transplant, Jolene, greeted us and introduced us to the menu.

Sneak Peek at Sloppi Jo’s

What I consider to be the biggest story in the Las Vegas food scene in 2010 is the advent of gourmet food truck.

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