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Food truck favorites will gather tonight at the Miami Science Museum to raise funds for the Florida Heart Research Institute.
While perusing Craigslist for the usual classifieds, used furniture, and random hookups yesterday, we came upon this interesting food-truck related item, listed in the "Events Services" section
For months, people in Broward and Palm Beach counties have been complaining that they have to drive to Miami-Dade for their food truck fix.
Eduardo Bruno, the former cxecutive chef at Morton's on Brickell, planned on owning his own restaurant with his family when the economy hit.
Comedian James Cunningham travels throughout the U.S. in search of the most interesting food trucks. While Miami has some innovative mobile cooking, it's great to see what other cities are dishing out on four wheels.
Yellow Submarine at one of the earlier food truck gatherings--the Fall for the Arts festival last year. We've been hearing a lot more about food trucks lately. But I must ask, where is the cross-cultural perspective, the historical view? Here, for your consideration, are some selected (recent-ish) moments in U.S. food truck history....
The Whistle Stop Food Truck Rodeo introduced visitors, most of whom were pint-sized and ice cream crazy, to the delights of mobile meals.
Recently launched FoodTruckLocater is a labor of love for food truck fan Artie Ayala, who owns the web design company Omni Media Group by day and whose wife works for Food Cart U.S.A.