Canned lunchmeat seems an unlikely ingredient for a signature sandwich, but the spam sliders at Marination Mobile make tracking down the truck worth every second of your time. Add a little teriyaki glaze, some special "nunya" sauce (What's in it? That's nunya business!), and a bun that brings it all together and suddenly scary meat product becomes savory small sandwich.
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Note: It's time for another edition of Street Food Profiles. This week we scoot to Seattle for Hawaiian-Korean curbside cuisine. [Photograph: Andrea J. Walker] Name: Marination Mobile Vendors: Kamala Saxton and Roz Edison Twitter: @curb_cuisine Location and hours: Roaming the streets of Seattle six days a week. Equal opportunity neighborhood dwelling. Typically open 11a.m. to 2 p.m. The changing locations are posted on our website. Kimchi rice bowl. [Food photographs: Marination Mobile] What's on the menu? Tacos (spicy pork, kalbi beef, "sexy" tofu, and miso ginger chicken), Aloha sliders (made with Hawaiian-style braised pork on a sweet bun), kimchi fried rice (served with a sunny-side up egg), and things involving Spam (like Spam sliders and Spam musubi). We regularly throw...