Mobile Cuisine’s 2012 Favorite Local Food Truck Blog
The mobile food industry has been growing in cities across the world since 2008. With this growth, a group of bloggers have been covering their local food truck scene and providing news, review and updates to their readers. As each new food truck city starts up, it usually has someone that wants to cover this trend for the people of their community. Outside of creating their blogs, many of them have also gotten involved in their food truck communities by hosting or organizing food truck events, or have gone a step further and created smart phone applications for local foodies to track their favorite local trucks.
Because of all of the blood, seat and tears these writers/journalists/foodies put in, we thought we would create a way for our readers to select their favorites and give them recognition for their hard work. Over the last couple of weeks we ran a poll to give you a chance to submit your choice. In that time, nearly 2,000 of you cast your vote and today, Mobile Cuisine is proud to announce the results of this contest to determine our Favorite Local Food Truck Blog for 2012.
In first place with 26% of the votes:
In second place with 20% of the votes:
3rd Place with 19% of the votes:
The other competitors who combined for the remaining 35% of the votes submitted by you (alphabetically ordered):
Atlanta Street Food Coalition – Atlanta, GA
Burger Beast – Miami, FL
Food Carts Portland – Portland, OR
Food Trailers Austin – Austin, TX
Food Truck Fiesta – Washington DC
Food Truck Nerd – Silicon Valley, CA
Hub Food Trucks – Boston, MA
Looking for Food Trucks – Los Angeles/Orange County, CA
New York Street Food – New York, NY
Orlando’s Food Trucks – Orlando, FL
San Diego Food Trucks – San Diego, CA
Saturday Night Foodies – Los Angeles/Orange County, CA
Seattle Food Truck – Seattle, WA
Stitches ‘n Dishes – Bay Area, CA
Toronto Food Trucks - Toronto, Canada
Keep an eye open for our feature article in which we delve into the background of the Food Truck Freak, and why she does what she does for the Chicago food truck scene. Again, we would like to thank all of you that voted in this contest. It is our readers are what let Mobile Cuisine continue to be the complete online resource destination for the mobile food industry.