That ordinance, which was originally brought up in the spring, was challenged by owners of restaurants, specifically in southern Monroe who were worried about being put out of business.
With hundreds of food trucks roaming the streets -- and what seems like a new restaurant popping up each week -- D.C. pedestrians have no shortage of food options should hunger suddenly strike. Now, those on the water have a place to grab a bite to eat.
Milo's Kitchen, a San Francisco-based pet treat company, is answering dogs' prayers with its "Treat Truck." The mobile food truck, stocked with doggie treats, water dishes, tennis balls, and even a photo booth for #PupSelfies, debuted on Friday night in the Bay Area
Denver's popular food trucks and carts have suffered from a significant problem: unwashed hands.
Food trucks have rapidly multiplied on Boston streets and plazas, with 75 gourmet-style restaurants on wheels now serving up everything from portobello mushroom paninis to Vietnamese rice bowls. With convenient and relatively cheap food, the trucks often have long lines at lunch.
Blanton, a co-owner of the food truck, said he and the rest of the crew don't mind the high temperatures. "We're all from the Sacramento area, so we're all used to the heat,"
Tornado Potatoes made their first appearance in Korea between 2005-2007. They are made by either skewering the whole potato and cutting with a specialized spiral slicer, or by first cutting the potato and then skewering it.