By Andrew Duffy | Times Colonist They’ve handed out burgers, sandwiches, wraps and tacos — and now one of the city’s food trucks will be...
Burritos, tacos, donuts, tacos, sandwiches, tacos, hot dogs, tacos, sushi, tacos, fresh popsicles, tacos… and did I mention more tacos? Believe it or not, I’m not listing the menu for your local Taco Bell. Frolic my fellow Akronites to Akron Food Truck Fridays!
The food truck regularly offers a variety of sandwiches from turkey to roast beef to ham, all with its own unique twist. Plus, it has a grill on board for hot dogs and hamburgers.
The Porchetta sandwich is the kind of food that stuns because it’s simplicity marrying quality. They’ve got the recipe down to a science, perfected the tender sandwich and intend to keep it that way.
One of Omaha’s oldest old-school steakhouses is taking a turn for the decidedly modern: Piccolo Pete’s is starting a food truck.
The food truck invasion shows no sign of slowing down in Delaware.
The food truck has been opened since July, and offers organic sandwiches, wraps, salads and fresh fruit smoothies
The truck serves–you guessed it–Katz’s Delicatessen style pastrami sandwiches and Hebrew National hot dogs. It also doles out corned beef, salami, burgers and something called the Reuben Orgasm (probably inspired by the famous scene in which Meg Ryan fakes an orgasm at Katz’s deli in Harry Met Sally).
The food offerings include sandwiches made with Turano bread that are flat-top grilled or baked. A favorite is based on a pulled pork recipe handed down in West’s family.
Speaking of enriching Federal Way’s culture and economy, here’s some genuine food for thought. A food truck festival fad is sprouting in several U.S. cities. For example, the Mayor’s Food Truck Fiesta in Tampa, Fla., kicked off last week with a bunch of wheeled restaurants doling out everything from tacos to burgers to sandwiches.