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World Street Food Congress Singapore

June 10, 2013 By Brett Burmeister 1 Comment The World Street Food Congress took place the past ten days in Singapore and Portland made a great showing. From the first night to the last, residents of Singapore and beyond enjoyed porchetta from The People’s Pig, shrimp and grits or smothered chicken from The Swamp Shack or a crab…
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Left Coast

June 25, 2013 By dieselboi 2 Comments Left Coast Location: SW 5th and Stark Hours: Mon-Fri, 10:30am-4pm; Sat, 11am-3pm The Story: Craving a handmade sausage burger or maybe a fried chicken sandwich? Fries? Left Coast is an all-American diner in a food cart. Left Coast took over the recognizable cart that once housed The Swamp Shack down off SW 5th ave.…
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Vivi’s Yummy Rolls

Vivi’s Yummy Rolls September 20, 2013 by dieselboi Leave a Comment   Location: NE 52nd and Sandy, Rose City Food Park Hours: Mon-Sat, 11am-8pm; Sun, 11am-4pm The Story: Orange is one of those colors that catch your eye. When was the last time you didn’t turn your head at the sight of an orange car? At Vivi’s Yummy Rolls,…
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The Bay Area’s First Soul Food Truck?

Plus, Oakland nonprofits host Food Day celebrations. By Luke Tsai @theluketsai The Bay Area is home to food trucks that specialize in Eritrean-Irish fusion cuisine, Hong Kong-style egg tarts and curry fish balls, and tacos of every conceivable ethnic origin, among countless others. So it's somewhat amazing to consider that Oakland resident Kenny Stuckey's new venture, Kenny's…
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Chicago’s First Food Truck Rally: Who, What, When and Where

By Carole Kuhrt Brewer, October 8, 2013 at 10:28 am Be sure to make room for Beavers mini donuts at Chicago's Food Truck RallyGet your appetites ready. Chicago's first everChicago Food Truck Rally, featuring eight of Chicago's most popular food trucks, will be rallying at Daley Plaza this Friday, October 11. The event, presented by Mayor Rahm…
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Tamale Fusion Opens Downtown Olympia Food Cart

October 10, 2013 | Filed underFood and Art,Food Shopping | Posted by ThurstonTalk Editor By Jennifer Crain Melanie Gary and Devon McCabe both have fond memories of the California tamale sellers who would drop in at the office or pedal around the neighborhood with a cooler strapped to a bicycle in their respective cities. Neither knew how much they…
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City attracts food trucks

Food trucks — like Rubamba, above — have overtaken the Elm City. The Caseus food truck, one of the first in New Haven, opened four years ago. Photo by Marisa Lowe. BY AMANDA BUCKINGHAM AND PATRICK CASEY CONTRIBUTING REPORTER AND STAFF REPORTER Friday, September 27, 2013 New Haven foodies these days have plenty of reasons to rejoice. Food trucks…
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Food Truck that Used Kickstarter to Launch Restaurant Opens its Doors

POSTED ON OCTOBER 22, 2013 BY STAFF Athenian Grill owner and chef Ilias Pappas serving up food on the opening day of his new restaurant. Lexington, KY – After months of renovation work and preparation, the popular Athenian Grill food truck has found a permanent home in a brick-and-mortar restaurant on South Ashland Avenue. Owner and chef Ilias…
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Battleground Food Trucks: The Candidates on Mobile Eateries

By Deena Shanker Wed., Oct. 23 2013 at 7:00 AM   Scarlett Lindeman Tacos like these from Tacos El Vagabundo may be endangered with more food truck regulation. At 2 a.m. on a Saturday, on the corner of East Second Street and Avenue A, there are at least 30 people standing around a Mexican food truck waiting…
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Peached Tortilla Pops Up in Driftwood

Trailer food and craft beer invade tiny Driftwood, blow town away BY MICK VANN, 10:15AM, WED. OCT. 9 While I won't be among the throngs in Zilker Park this weekend sustaining myself with food from the Peached Tortilla or slurping down Real Ale in the new ACL Beer Hall, I'm partial to both products. Not long ago, they practically brought a…
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