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A Sandwich a Day: The Eastman from the Eastman Egg Company Food Truck

Chicago Dennis Lee 3 comments

I truly believe the egg is underrepresented in sandwiches. I don't mean as a topper, like on a burger, but as the main star of the show. More

Bold Flavors, Great Bread All Wrapped Up in Boston's A4 Truck

Hub Grub Liz Bomze Post a comment

The bread of A4's piadina, modeled on the restaurant's beloved pizza dough, is smooth, fine-crumbed, and sturdy enough to hold the warm, juicy, potentially messy fillings—in this case, the Kafta, a slab of Lebanese-spiced beef and pork sausage with roasted red peppers, tangy yogurt sauce, and both lettuce and cilantro. More

Boston, MA: We Eat Everything from Mei Mei Street Kitchen Food Truck

Hub Grub Liz Bomze 7 comments

If Boston were a desert island where I was to be stranded and had to pick one food truck to eat from indefinitely, Mei Mei would be it. More

A Sandwich a Day: Spicy Chicken and Cheddar Biscuit at The Roost Food Truck

Chicago Molly Durham 6 comments

The Roost doesn't mess around with their fried chicken sandwiches, and this spicy chicken and cheddar biscuit ($4.50) is one of the better breakfast sandwiches I've had in Chicago. More

Boston, MA: Great Sri Lankan String Hoppers at Biryani Park Food Truck

Hub Grub Liz Bomze Post a comment

Between the official start of summer and the Boston food truck scene being bigger and better than ever (13 new trucks this season!), there's no better time to make a fuss over the Hub's mobile meal options. Behold, a summer's worth of food truck posts, starting now. More

10 Barbecue Trucks We Love In Austin, TX

Meredith Bethune 4 comments

A barbecue trailer power vacuum has existed in Austin ever since Franklin Barbecue transformed from food truck to brick-and-mortar operation two years ago. In a city packed with food trucks of all varieties, who will take its place? Besides the classic Texas barbecue meat plates and sausages, even more choices are popping up. There are smoked carnitas, brisket tacos, and Cuban-inspired pulled pork sandwiches. Many of these barbecue trucks offer a party-style with live music and free beer on weekends. The city of Austin is clearly benefiting from all this barbecue drama. More

Lunch in the Loop: Soups in the Loop Food Truck

Chicago Dennis Lee 1 comment

When I found the Soups in the Loop truck last week, it was on an unseasonably cold day—blustery, damp, and in the 40's. I eagerly stood in line while I listened to my coworkers complaining about the weather for ten minutes straight. More

A Sandwich a Day: The Beastie at Now Make Me a Sandwich in Seattle, WA

A Sandwich a Day Naomi Bishop 1 comment

The Beastie appears to have eaten a cheesesteak for lunch. It's the only explanation for how it managed to cannibalize all the best features of a cheesesteak and transform them into such a quietly elegant sandwich. More

San Francisco's Burger Pod Featuring a Different Food Truck Each Weekday

A Hamburger Today Robyn Lee 1 comment

This week, San Francisco's Off the Grid launched Burger Pod, which will feature one burger-centric food truck each weekday at Sacramento Street and Montgomery Street (map) from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. More

Cook the Book: 'New York a la Cart'

Kate Williams Closed

Serious Eats contributors Alexandra Penfold and Siobhan Wallace have written a cookbook called New York a la Cart, a collection of recipes and stories from the many popular street carts and trucks in NYC. The recipes run the gamut from boozy slushies to Korean cheesesteaks to old-school sausage and peppers. Enter to win your copy here! More

First Look: Cow Tipping Creamery, Austin

Sweets Veronica Meewes 4 comments

Cow Tipping Creamery is a turquoise gem in a food trailer park near Austin's University of Texas. The menu is a force to be reckoned with, and peanut butter sauce has to be one of the most ordinary things on it. You're more likely to find Dr. Pepper cherry sauce and blood orange olive oil and champagne marshmallows and honey dust—all made from scratch by Tim and Corey Sorenson. More

Los Angeles: Checking Back in on the Kogi BBQ Truck, Over 4 Years Later

Los Angeles Tacos Farley Elliott 6 comments

How has Kogi's kitchen weathered the rapid rise and slow deflation of the food truck climate they helped to create? Pretty well, actually. More

10 Food Trucks in Austin We Love

Meredith Bethune 6 comments

The number of food trucks in Austin is overwhelming. With more than 1,000 trucks (many with quirky and kitschy themes, like "Biscuits and Groovy"), some might even say the scene is saturated. Don't settle for mediocre food served from gimmicky trucks! For this list, we wanted to highlight the trucks that represent the Austin scene at its best—scrappy entrepreneurs making excellent food with minimal overhead. More

Daily Slice: Tre Truffle at The Urban Oven, Los Angeles

Slice Kelly Bone 2 comments

I got my first whiff of the The Urban Oven last year at Chris Bianco's booth at LA Loves Alex's Lemonade. There, Scott Tremonti worked side by side with Chris, for what I later learned was the first time ever. Chris began offering guidance to Scott, and his pizzas have been consistently improving ever since. More

Providence: Maybe Plouf Plouf's Duck Burger Just Shouldn't Exist

A Hamburger Today Sam Levison 15 comments

The highlight of Plouf Plouf's bacon and wild mushroom-topped duck burger is the side of fries that comes with it. More

More Hurricane Sandy Relief from Burgers and Food Trucks

A Hamburger Today Robyn Lee 1 comment

In the wake of Hurricane Sandy, many food businesses in New York City have been helping out by holding relief dinners and giving away free meals. Food trucks have been particularly helpful in getting food out to severely affected areas in Staten Island, Brooklyn, Queens, Manhattan, and New Jersey. Although Serious Eats: New York is keeping us updated on Sandy stories from the food world, I wanted to point out what some of our friends in the burger world have done to help, and what you can do. More

A Sandwich a Day: The Dirty Sanchez at Wagyu Wagon

Chicago Josh Conley 7 comments

Despite the name, I really wanted to like the Dirty Sanchez. I mean, how can you go wrong with a burger comprised of 80% of the arguably the world's most renowned ground beef and the other 20% bacon? More

We Chat With: Chugger Lupo of Soups In the Loop, Chicago's Soup Truck

Chicago Carol Hilker 3 comments

Chugger Lupo, the owner of Chicago's one and only soup food truck, Soups In The Loop says it was a case of the sniffles that inspired his food truck. More

Chicago Close to Approving 21 Spots for Food Trucks

Chicago Nick Kindelsperger Post a comment

The Chicago City Council gave the green-light to 21 spots where trucks will be legally allowed to park and sell to customers. But is this a bold move forward, or simply another baby step? More

Lunch in the Loop: Taquero Fusion Food Truck

Chicago Dennis Lee 3 comments

The Taquero Fusion truck is slick and equipped with a flat-screen television on the side that displays the menu and prices. Being the eternal manchild, I love shiny things and blinking lights, and I naturally gravitated towards the truck until suddenly, tacos and guacamole appeared in my hand, and soon, into my mouth. More

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