Congratulations to Latin Burger & Taco as FoodTruckTalk.com’s Food Truck Of-The-Week! We can argue for decades on what the best burger is. We all know the argument… is it In ‘n’ Out, Five Guys, or many others? Well, the argument gets quite a bit more heated in South Florida with the addition of Chef Ingrid Hoffmann’s Latin…Read more
Note: This food truck is not currently operational. One of the great things about food trucks is that they allow entrepenuers to find food niches to support their creativity. This is exactly the case with Takosher, Los Angeles’ first certified Glatt Kosher food truck! Takosher’s tag line is “The Chosen Taco” as it’s menu fuses Kosher dietary…Read more
Note: Senor Roy’s Taco Patrol is not currently operational. I’ve heard that the further south you go the better the Southwestern and Mexican cuisine gets. Well, it’s true, Cincinnati if pretty far south in Ohio and Senor Roy is kicking out some powerful fresh mexican food. Senor Roy aka Roy Silcott was a local area…Read more
Congratulations to Barcelona On The Go as FoodTruckTalk.com’s Food Truck Of-The-Week! At times it seems like all the great food trucks in Orange County, California are overshadowed by the sheer number of great trucks in Los Angeles. Orange County has it’s own health regulations and requires separate permits from Los Angeles County, as a result…Read more
It’s an overcast, cool, rainy day today…. perfect for some comfort food. That makes it perfect for a great burger and incredible fries. New York’s Frites “n” Meats delivers in both areas. First off they start their burgers with a choice of two quality types of meat. Either grass fed angus, or wagyu american kobe. …Read more
Congratulations to Coolhaus as FoodTruckTalk.com’s Food Truck Of-The-Week! Every time I go to San Francisco I treat myself to the famous ice cream sandwiches called It’s-It. They are made by sandwiching vanilla (usually) ice cream between two oatmeal cookies and then dipping them in dark chocolate. In the 70’s they could only be found in…Read more
Greetings, gentle readers. The more astute among you may have noticed that the amount of time since my last post has been right around a year. I’ve posted in the past the reason for the long gaps and what was true then remains true now: I just don’t have the luxury of the time required to write this blog on a consistent basis. So what brings me (temporarily) out of retirement today? A troubling tale I am prepared to tell, involving a food truck, squishy Italian hoagie rolls, and a blatant disregard for the safety of customers.
Some food trucks don’t more, they stay in one spot and kick-out some huge (most would say “big ass”) sandwiches. At SW 3rd and Ash Street in Portland is such an establishment. A husband and wife team are serving a small menu with big sandwiches such as the PORK HAMMER featuring ham, bacon, sausage, home-cut…Read more