Grill 5 Taco – Seoul, Korea (@grill5taco)

With the popularity of Korean BBQ food trucks in the U.S. I thought it was interesting to see what food trucks are serving in Korea!  Or for that fact, are there food trucks in Korea? The answer is yes there are food trucks in Korea! In Seoul, the Grill 5 food truck serves tacos, quesadillas and burritos!  Judging…

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CapMac – Washington, DC – Capital of Macaroni (@capmacdc)

The CapMac food truck is located in our nation’s capital, and they have quickly become one of Washington, DC’s most popular food trucks.  True to their slogan, CapMac is “the capital of macaroni”.  They have earned this title by serving up some of America’s favorite pasta dishes, often with a new twist. Washingtonians crave Capmac’s Macaroni…

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DC Slices – Washington, DC (@dcslices)

No filibustering needed, DC Slices serves up some steamy good pizza. The DC Slices operator hails from Philly so I’m sure he has a pizza pedigree. DC Slices is a mobile pizza kitchen bringing great pizza to Washingtonians, tourists, and anyone that loves a fresh, hot slice. They use fresh rolled dough, homemade sauce, hand…

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Red Truck – Truckee, CA (@RedTruckTahoe)

We often talk about those food trucks that are patrolling America’s largest cities. But there are also food trucks in less populous areas like The Red Truck from Truckee, CA, not far from Lake Tahoe. Hmm, I wonder what’s taller the truck or the amount of snow on the ground? Anyway, the Red Truck owner’s…

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Baby’s Bad Ass Burgers – Los Angeles, CA (@babysbbs)

When you paint your food truck hot pink and feature two buxom babes on it’s side you know you have a food truck with attitude. It’s none other than Southern California’s Baby’s Bad Ass Burgers. When an ex-New Yorker and a Californian get together you know it’s attitude time! The hot pink food truck with…

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Bada Bing – Washington, DC – What’s a spiedie? (@badabingdc)

Congratulations to Bada Bing as’s Food Truck Of-The-Week! It’s always nice to learn something new.  Recently I learnt what spiedies (pronounced “speedies”) are, courtesy of Washington, DC and Northern Virginia’s Bada Bing food truck. Spiedies originated in Central New York State in the 1920’s.  Two Italian immigrants started the spiedie craze when they took cubes of…

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Top Ten Misconceptions Of Food Trucks! (#foodtruck)

The St. Louis Food Truck Association ( created a great deal of discussion (from food truck owners and fans) when they recently posted their “Top Ten Misconceptions Of Food Trucks.” We contacted Jeff Pupillo of the St. Louis Food Truck Association and mobile cupcakery “Sarah’s Cake Stop”  ( and asked if we could reprint the misconceptions.  Here…

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