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You may have missed it, but the mobile food industry is growing faster than anyone would have guessed two years ago. It can be difficult to keep up with the new trucks and carts as they pop up throughout the country. Because of this, Mobile Cuisine assists our readers weekly by posting the names and information about these trucks, so if they happen to be in your area, you can begin to follow them, or at least keep any eye out for them on the roads and cart pods.

Kommie Pig

This week’s new entries are:

Baltimore, MD

Kommie Pig

Twitter: @kommiepigbbq

Mobile BBQ food truck in the greater Baltimore, MD area serving ribs, chicken, pulled pork and specialty dogs. Come dine on some swine.

http://kommiepig.com

Bryan-College Station, TX

Southern Comfort Road Trip

Twitter: @sbroadtrip

Chef made comfort food truck…

http://stoverbrosroadtrip.com

Greenville, SC

Tirado’s Foods

Twitter: @TiradoFoods

Serving Greenville SC the best snack foods from tropical Puerto Rico!

http://www.tiradofoods.com

Indianapolis, IN

Johnsons BBQ Shack

Twitter: @jbbqshack

We can cater any sized event and bring the best smoked meats, we operate the FOP kitchen on Shelby too

http://www.johnsonsbbqshack.com

Newark, DE

I Don’t Give a Fork

Twitter: @idontgiveaFORK

Food cart serving sandwiches on sandwiches on sandwiches!

http://www.idontgiveafork.com

Philadelphia, PA

Rival Bros Coffee

Twitter: @rivalbroscoffee

Jonathan Adams & Damien Pileggi. Small batch coffee roasters in Philly. Retrofitted delivery truck turned American coffee bar on wheels. 33rd/Arch

http://www.rivalbros.com

Sum Pig Food Truck

Twitter: @SumPigFoodTruck

Bringing you mouthwatering, globally inspired, gourmet comfort food; specializing in hormone/antibiotic-free, organically pastured, local proteins.

http://www.facebook.com/SumPigFoodTruck

Pompano Beach, FL

U-Turn Espresso

Twitter: @uturnespresso

We are a mobile espresso van or cafe on wheels. Let us deliver coffee to your workplace or at your next event! Turn your day around with U-Turn Espresso!

http://www.u-turnespresso.com

Sacramento, CA

OM Karmabile

Twitter: @OMKarmabile

San Antonio, TX

Pier67 Ocean Grill

Twitter: @Pier67OceanGrll

The only food truck in town that serves seafood. Ceviche, shrimp tacos and tostadas and our best selling FISH TACOS baja style homemade recipe

St. Louis, MO

Legghorns and Shakes

Twitter: @Legghorns

Local St. Louis Food Truck, doing Chicken, until we can’t Clucking take it anymore. Custard Pies, And Home made Ice Cream…

http://www.legghornsandshakes.com

Toronto, Canada

Taco?at

Twitter: @thetacocat

A bunch of friends hoping to make it big through serving delicious asian inspired tacos. Email us at tacocat.TO@gmail.com if you want us to be at your event!

https://www.facebook.com/thetacocat

Traverse City, MI

Roaming Harvest

Twitter: @RoamingHarvest

A food truck featuring local food you can feel good about buying and eating. We serve food from our truck that is grown, raised or made by local businesses.

http://roamingharvest.com

West Palm Beach, FL

Spring In Roll Out

Twitter: @SpringInRollOut

Authentic Vietnamese food! For a great price!

 

If you are aware of any new rolling bistros, please let us know so that we can add them to our weekly listing of new food trucks as they hit the streets near you. Email us at MFV@mobile-cuisine.com

 

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You may have missed it, but the mobile food industry is growing faster than anyone would have guessed two years ago. It can be difficult to keep up with the new trucks and carts as they pop up throughout the country. Because of this, Mobile Cuisine assists our readers weekly by posting the names and information about these trucks, so if they happen to be in your area, you can begin to follow them, or at least keep any eye out for them on the roads and cart pods.

Gourmet Goombahs

This week’s new entries are:

Baltimore, MD

Ariana Kabob Grill

Twitter: @ArianaGrill

Baltimore food truck selling the freshest and tastiest Halal Kabobs, Kabuli Palau rice, Gyro, Chicken, Fish and much more to Catonsville, Md

Charlotte, NC

Gourmet Goombahs

Twitter: @GGoombahs

Italian American Mobile Gourmet Kitchen

http://www.gourmetgoombahs.net

Chicago, IL

ChiTown Bomber

Twitter: @ChiTown_Bomber

Urban food truck assault vehicle!

Cincinnati, OH

Purple Cheetah Cafe

Twitter: @PurpleCatTruck

PCC a new food truck hitting the streets of Cincinnati with an eclectic menu that will take your taste buds for a walk on the wild side, welcome to the jungle.

http://www.purplecheetahcafe.com

Columbus, OH

Empanada Joe’s

Twitter: @EmpanadaJoes

The Empanada Joe’s trailer is coming soon. We will bring you simple but delicious Colombian home cooking; made from scratch and with the freshest ingredients.

Denver, CO

Capt’n Crabby

Twitter: @captncrabby

NOW OPEN!!! We specialize in crab sandwiches. its all blue crab with a mix of jumbo lump, super lump and lump.

http://www.captncrabby.com

The Wandering Cow

Twitter: @Wandering_Cow

The Wandering Cow is a self-serve frozen yogurt & waffle truck, based out of the Boulder/Denver area.

http://www.thewanderingcow.com

Fredericton, Canada

Fired Pizza Co.

Twitter: @firedpizzacart

Grilled and Smoked Pizza vendor set to open early sept 2012. All fresh, Locally sourced ingredients.

http://www.facebook.com/firedpizzaco

Kansas City, KS

The Funnel Cake Truck KC

Twitter: @funnelcaketruck

Bringing the state fair treats to the streets. Funnel Cake, Fried snickers, Twinkies, Oreos, Corndogs. Everything is dipped in a Family secret batter.

Miami, FL

Soup’D Up

Twitter: @Soup_dup

http://soupdup.com

Springfield, MO

Aviary On The Fly

Twitter: @AviaryOnTheFly

http://aviaryonthefly.com

 

If you are aware of any new rolling bistros, please let us know so that we can add them to our weekly listing of new food trucks as they hit the streets near you. Email us at MFV@mobile-cuisine.com

 

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You may have missed it, but the mobile food industry is growing faster than anyone would have guessed two years ago. It can be difficult to keep up with the new trucks and carts as they pop up throughout the country. Because of this, Mobile Cuisine Magazine assists our readers weekly by posting the names and information about these trucks, so if they happen to be in your area, you can begin to follow them, or at least keep any eye out for them on the roads and cart pods.

What The FORK truck

This week’s new entries are:

Atlanta, GA

Just Good Food Now

Twitter: @justgoodfoodnow

Baltimore, MD

Woodys Tacos

Twitter: @WoodysTacos

http://woodystacoisland.com

Boston, MA

Captain Marden

Twitter: @codsquadtruck

The Captain’s food truck serves up the freshest seafood on the streets of Massachusetts. Look out for us, we might be in your town next!

Calgary, Canada

The Happy Truck

Twitter: @theH_appytruck

Indonesian fusion and appies on the go! Look for our food truck cruising the streets of downtown Calgary. Come satisfy your appy.tite and get happy here!

http://thehappytruck.com/

Fayetteville, GA

SoKoFood

Twitter: @sokofood

Healthy down-home cuisine

Kansas City, MO

Wilma’s

Twitter: @wilmasgoodfood

Converted to a commercial kitchen in 2011, Wilma’s travels around Kansas City producing some of the best street food in town.

http://wilmasrealgoodfood.com

Knoxville, TN

Farm to Taco

Twitter: @FarmtoTaco

http://www.farm2taco.com/

Savory and Sweet Truck

Twitter: @SavoryandSweetT

The Savory & Sweet Truck is Knoxville’s first Gourmet Food Truck. Our focus is serving fresh, local and seasonal food. We are Driven to create great food.

http://www.facebook.com/pages/Savory-and-Sweet-Truck/283598151693769

Los Angeles, CA

GO CHEW

Twitter: @gochewinc

its not about the size of the bowl, its about the quality ;)

http://www.gochewinc.com

The Urban Oven

Twitter: @TheUrbanOven

We are a mobile wood fired artisan pizza company. That’s right, authentic delicious Napoletana pizzas made from our one of a kind wood fired oven food truck!

http://theurbanoven.com

Miami, FL

Mushaboom

Twitter: @MushaboomVegan

Mushaboom is a vegan burger truck coming soon to Miami, FL.

http://www.mushaboomvegan.com

Minneapolis, MN

SushiFix

Twitter: @SushiFix

we are very first sushi truck in twin cities yet in mid west. truly we are trying to bring back edo style sushi into street, to the peole with modern flair

http://www.sushifix.net

New York, NY

Andy’s Italian Ices

Twitter: @AndysItalianIce

Gourmet italian ice truck serving all of NYC. Follow us to stay up to date with our latest flavors and locations!

http://AndysItalianIcesNYC.com

Norwalk, CT

LobsterCraft

Twitter: @LobsterCraft

Stay tuned for LobsterCraft’s first launch May 22nd! Serving Lobster Rolls to Fairfield County!

http://www.lobstercraft.com

Phoenix, AZ

Shinobu Diego’s Tacos

Twitter: @ShinobuDiego

Japanese and Mexican cuisines fused together in a simple yet unique and very delicious package.

http://shinobudiego.com

SweetJonez Cupcakes

Twitter: @SweetJonezPHX

Sweet Jonez Cupcakes is the first mobile cupcake food truck in the Phoenix metro area. Over 100 flavors, try our cocktail and extreme cupcakes! We rock!

http://www.sweetjonez.com

San Francisco Bay Area, CA

Grillaz Gone Wild

Twitter: @GrillazGoneWild

Grilled Cheese Bandits

Twitter: @CheeseBandits

Grilled Cheese Bandits (GCB) is mobile food kitchen delivering gourmet grilled cheese sandwiches and sides to busy patrons across the San Francisco Bay Area.

http://www.grilledcheesebandits.com/

Scranton, PA

What The Fork Truck

Twitter: @WTForktruck

smart. handmade. cuisine. NEPA’S FIRST #gourmet food truck!

http://wtforktruck.com

 

If you are aware of any new rolling bistros, please let us know so that we can add them to our weekly listing of new food trucks as they hit the streets near you. Email us at MFV@mobile-cuisine.com

 

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In our quest to keep our readers up to date with the latest stories relating to the food truck industry has compiled a list of the stories that hit the wire this weekend from Charlotte, Port Jervis, Baltimore, Bozeman, Montreal and Houston.

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How to tell if a food truck has been inspected by officials – CHARLOTTE, NC. – Now that summer is here, more and more people are out at events and tempted to grab a bite to eat from a local food truck.

At a food truck rally in Charlotte’s South End a woman named Ashley was pondering a choice from a line of seven trucks.

Find the entire article <here>

Common Council debates future of Port mobile vendors – Port Jervis, NY - As Port Jervis business owners struggle in a weak economy, Common Council members on the Code Committee have wrestled with how to regulate pushcarts and food trucks on public property — and come to no decision.

So last week, they held a special workshop meeting attended by both mobile vendors and owners of brick-and-mortar businesses.

Find the entire article <here>

June 23

In battle of food trucks, Baltimore bests D.C. – Baltimore, MD - On Friday night, it was the 29-year-old right-hander Jason Hammel pitching Baltimore on to victory over Washington to open a weekend series.

Leading Baltimore over D.C. on a scorching Saturday afternoon was a three-year old food truck named the Gypsy Queen.

Find the entire article <here>

Food truck owners face potential increase in laws and fees – Bozeman, MT – Street Food vendors may see some additional laws and fees tacked onto their businesses after Monday night’s Bozeman City Commission meeting.

Some of the issues sure to come up are where these food trucks are allowed to park, how far away they need to be from restaurants and schools, noise levels, outdoor seating, and hours of operation.

Find the entire article <here>

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Street food laws might finally be changing in Montreal – Montreal, Canada - The opposition municipal party Vision Montreal proposed on June 18 a motion at city council to legalize street food all year long, and last week city councilor Richard Deschamps opened a public consultation on the subject. Since then Facebook pages and bloggers’ comments are everywhere; the debate is open.

Valérie Impala co-owns Lucky’s Truck which, like all the other food trucks in Quebec, is under the jurisdiction of the Ministère de l’Agriculture, Pêcheries et Alimentation du Québec. The MAPAQ has begun issuing sanitary certificates and last week food trucks around the city became eligible to receive accreditation.

Find the entire article <here>

Food truck chefs get the Grand Prize – Houston, TX - Food and alcohol: They’ve gone together since the ancient men left their caves, squinted up at the sunlight and grabbed a few nuts and berries to wash down the fermented Jaegermeister that was in their goatskin bota bag. (This is a completely accurate picture of ancient times. I’m a history major, you can trust me.)

Since then we’ve come a long way, from beer nuts to bar menus to bars working with food trucks to sell their wares to the hungry drunk people.

Now Grand Prize Bar, which was one of the first in Houston to engage with food trucks and their chefs, is taking this partnership to the next level by inviting a rotating crew of chefs out of their trucks and into the GPB kitchen.

Find the entire article <here>

 

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You may have missed it, but the mobile food industry is growing faster than anyone would have guessed two years ago. It can be difficult to keep up with the new trucks and carts as they pop up throughout the country. Because of this, Mobile Cuisine assists our readers weekly by posting the names and information about these trucks, so if they happen to be in your area, you can begin to follow them, or at least keep any eye out for them on the roads and cart pods.

Blazin Burgers SA

This week’s new entries are:

Baltimore, MD

Hula Honeys Shave Ice

Twitter: @HulaHoneysTruck

https://www.facebook.com/HulaHoneysHawaiianShaveIce

Calgary, Canada

The Naaco Truck

Twitter: @TheNaacoTruck

Calgary food truck serving neo-retro Indian curbside eats without compromising social responsibility – A Spicy Affair. My Naaco, your mouth ;)

http://www.thenaacotruck.com

New York City, NY

Hibachi Heaven

Twitter: @hibachiheaven

NYC’S FIRST HIBACHI TRUCK TO EVER HIT THE STREETS for info please call 5168300021 Please call us for corporate parties

http://hibachiheaven.com

Salt Lake City, UT

Como Lomo Food Truck

Twitter: @comolomo

Serving Gourmet Peruvian Cuisine on the streets of SLC in a food truck.

http://www.facebook.com/pages/Como-Lomo-Peruvian-Food-Truck/114110765364614

San Antonio, TX

BLAZIN BURGERS TRUCK

Twitter: @BLAZINBURGER

San Diego, CA

Artistica Food Truck

Twitter: @ArtisticaFood

COMING SOON! ARTISTICA MEXICAN GOURMET FOOD TRUCK will be in your San Diego Area! Please help us spread the word :)

http://artisticafood.com

Epic Eatz

Twitter: @EpicEatz

http://epiceatz.com

San Francisco, CA

Tres Truck

Twitter: @TresTruck

Syracuse, NY

Street Eats

Twitter: @SteviStreetEats

Street Eats is a mobile vending unit that sells iconic street food with a culinary twist. Street Eats is chef owned & operated by Steve LeClair.

Toronto, Canada

UrbanSmoke BBQ Truck

Twitter: @UrbanSmokeTruck

Another culinary adventure by www.TheGourmetGroup.com. Launching June 2nd, 2012

http://TheGourmetGroup.com

 

If you are aware of any new rolling bistros, please let us know so that we can add them to our weekly listing of new food trucks as they hit the streets near you. Email us at MFV@mobile-cuisine.com

 

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You may have missed it, but the mobile food industry is growing faster than anyone would have guessed two years ago. It can be difficult to keep up with the new trucks and carts as they pop up throughout the country. Because of this, Mobile Cuisine Magazine assists our readers weekly by posting the names and information about these trucks, so if they happen to be in your area, you can begin to follow them, or at least keep any eye out for them on the roads and cart pods.

This week’s new entries are:

Baltimore, MD

Greenhouse Cafe

Twitter: @GreenhousesCafe

The best of natural and organic ingredients with a taste of the Mediterranean. Prepared FRESH daily. #OrganicKosherMovement CURRENT LOCATION: BALTIMORE, MD.

Road 2 Seoul

Twitter: @road2seoul

We are a brand new food truck serving authentic Korean BBQ in Baltimore City Were adding more to our menu as we go. We will post out location daily. Come Try Us

Birmingham, MI

Ned’s TravelBurger

Twitter: @TravelBurger

Ned’s Gourmet Mobile Food Trailer makes pure Michigan meals for private events, festivals. You can find out were we are daily through Twitter!

http://www.nedstravelburger.com

Burbank, CA

Cambalache’s

Twitter: @CambalachesLA

A food truck that brings you traditional Argentinean style gourmet food in the Los Angeles County area. Buen Provecho!

Dallas/Fort Worth, TX

Antojitos Cali-Mex

Twitter: @AntojosCaliMex

Representing The West Coast to the fullest. From the fresh crisp tastes of the beaches to the savory full flavors of the streets, CaliStyle.

The Bacon Wagon

Twitter: @BaconWagon

We sell #bacon! Bacon Sandwiches, Tomato Bacon Soup, Bacon Treats. BACON! New #foodtruck coming soon to 7th St, Fort Worth.

http://thebaconwagon.com

Denver, CO

Biker Jim’s

Twitter: @bikerjimsdogs

Biker Jims knows his wieners.

http://www.bikerjimsdogs.com

New York City, NY

Vic’s Bagel Bar Truck

Twitter: @vicsbagelbar

Innovative Bagel Company Mixing seasonal ingredients into freshly whipped cream cheese every morning! Brewing Stumptown Coffee…

http://vicsbagelbar.com

Orange Country, CA

Home Skillet Truck

Twitter: @HomeSkilletTrk

Whatever we find that is super fresh is what we’re serving. Everything will be local, street food inspired, spontaneous, affordable and made from scratch.

http://www.homeskillettruck.com

Orlando, FL

The Crepe Company

Twitter: @TheCrepeCompany

Entree & Sweet Crepes made on-site via Crepe Cart, Foodtruck or Crepe Station. Event Catering; Follow us for locations in Orlando & Central Florida area.

http://www.TheCrepeCompany.com

Providence, RI

Little Billy’s

Twitter: @LittleBillys

Rhode Island’s premier mobile american cuisine!

http://www.billysllc.com

If you are aware of any new rolling bistros, please let us know so that we can add them to our weekly listing of new food trucks as they hit the streets near you. Email us at MFV@mobile-cuisine.com

 

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BALTIMORE, MD - It is always midway through November, right with Thanksgiving around the corner, that I start to get a bit homesick for those ever-familiar New York City streets.

Don’t get me wrong, I love Baltimore.

But home is home. What can I say?

That is why all the recent food truck sightings around Hopkins have made me beyond happy.

Food trucks are a New York staple (alright, Los Angeles too).

It is more of a full-fledged phenomenon, really. Walk any corner in Midtown and you will run into one—whether it is selling cupcakes, Korean BBQ, vegan cuisine or even grilled cheese (Gorilla Cheese, it exists).

However, the food truck and the table pads for dining room tables phenomenon seems to have been shifting south a bit, heading straight into Charm City.

Now more than ever, food trucks have integrated themselves into Baltimore street culture.

And food here has never been better.

Just this month, the Harold and Kumar Munchies Truck Tour came to Hopkins. They brought with them the infamousKooper’s Chowhound Burger Wagon to North Charles Street.

The burgers were, of course, amazing — as was the line that roped around Charles Commons.

But beyond just one-time events, Homewood campus has become a destination for quite a few well-known food truck names.

On Mondays, the Gypsy Queen Café stops by St. Paul Street and 33d Street by Barnes & Noble.

It offers an eclectic mix of cuisine, to put it mildly, from Middle Eastern falafels to kimchi to Greek salads to classic Baltimore-style crab cakes.

Also, mac & cheese…in a waffle cone.

I kid you not.

It is simultaneously the most terrible and the most wonderful thing I have eaten all year.

So on the days Levering sushi just is not cutting it, believe me, I know where I will be.

These food trucks have also got you covered on desserts.

Iced Gems Baking, for example, frequently pulls up around Hopkins.

Sure, they have their standard flavors, but they also offer amazing options like S’mores, Chocolate Lava and Raspberry Lemonade.

As food truck prices go, they are not too expensive, and if you are in a sweet fix, you will not find anything better.

The list of food trucks honestly goes on and on: Curbside Café that stops in Hampden, Creperie Breizh in Charles Village, Ms. Shirley’s by the Rotunda, Souper Freaks by Barnes & Noble and more.

It seems that overnight, Baltimore has caught on to the food truck craze.

But is it just a craze?

The boom in “gourmet” food trucks started around 2008, when restaurateurs were looking for ways to cut down on costs after the financial crisis.

The great innovation? Abandon the classic restaurant concept and instead put the entire operation on wheels.

Despite whatever image we have of trucks, most of these businesses actually take great pride in the quality of their ingredients and their recipes — strikingly so.

They definitely do not fit the 20th century conception of street food (or, in other words, pretzel carts and hot dog stands).

Most food trucks, I think, can be called legitimate food.

But what they do share with last generation’s street food is their ability to formatively shape city culture.

Food trucks, in their own little, quirky way, give city life a bit of adventure.

When someone stumbles across a food truck, there is a sense of discovery; it is an unexpected moment among what is, unfortunately, life’s fairly routine days.

But there is also a sense of accessibility.

While some traditional restaurants might come off as both upscale and exclusive, there is something so inherently friendly about a food truck. It does not cater to one person or another.

Rather food trucks are for everyone.

Find the entire article by Vicky Plestis <here>

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Lunch for Two or Five-Meal Punch Card (Up to 60% Off)

Food trucks’ mobility and lunch-producing efficiency gradually led to their adoption over coal-coated breakfast trains and hazardous bicycle grills. Avoid chowing down on passing vehicles by picking up today’s Groupon to the Cazbar On the Go food truck. Choose between the following options:

  • For $10, you get a wrap or salad meal for two (up to a $22 total value). This option must be used for two people on the same visit. The meal includes:
    • Two wraps or salads (a $6 value each)
    • Two sides of hummus, baba gannouj, lentil soup, or pumpkin soup (up to a $4 value each)
    • Two sodas (a $1 value each)
  • For $20, you get a punch card good for five wrap or salad meals (up to a $50 total value). This punch card can be used across multiple visits. The meals include:
    • Five wraps or salads (a $6 value each)
    • Five sides of hummus, baba gannouj, lentil soup, or pumpkin soup (up to a $4 value each)

Cazbar On the Go’s grill maestros hand out fresh, authentic Turkish street fare to customers who congregate on the sidewalk wherever the food truck stops. Grilled chicken kebab or spiced doner meat pile atop wraps and salads like hungry linebackers piling atop a fresh lettuce football, followed by savory onions, peppers, and dollops of sauce. Sides include hummus, baba gannouj, and lentil or pumpkin soup. To locate the truck from day to day without using a spy satellite, check out Cazbar On the Go’s Twitter or Facebook account.

Find the Groupon deal <here>

 

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BALTIMORE, MD - The heat may keep hungry Baltimoreans away from outdoor seating, but it won’t keep them away from the city’s food trucks.

Despite temperatures expected to reach a sweltering 103 degrees today, Baltimore’s food trucks are rolling out and setting up shop as usual.

It seems the heat won’t keep people off the street, so why should it keep the food trucks off, said Eddie Dopkin, a partner of the Classic Catering People, operator of the Miss Shirleys Cafe food truck.

Wednesday “was one of the best days we’ve ever had and it was pretty hot,” Dopkin said.

Even though it broke 93 degrees Wednesday, Dopkin said Miss Shirleys’ truck sold 20 percent more than it does on an average day when it made its first visit to Towson.

Sitting at Charles and Baltimore streets on Thursday morning, the Miss Shirleys truck received two or three times more menu requests than usual since setting up around 9 a.m. — so Dopkin is expecting another good day.

Kooper’s Chowhound Burger Wagon has been sweating success, too. Operator Bill Irvin’s truck will be out Thursday after he didn’t see too much of an effect from the heat Wednesday. But he said he’d have a tight leash though, considering the truck runs on hot temperatures.

“We’re going to go out and give it a try today,” Irvin said. “If it’s just too hot, I’m not going to send the boys out tomorrow.”

Find the entire article <here>

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You may have missed it, but the mobile food industry is growing faster than anyone would have guessed two years ago. It can be difficult to keep up with the new trucks and carts as they pop up throughout the country. Because of this, Mobile Cuisine Magazine will assist our readers weekly by posting the names and information about these trucks, so if they happen to be in your area, you can begin to follow them, or at least keep any eye out for them on the roads and cart pods.

This week’s new entries are:

Baltimore, MD

Big Chok’s HOT BUNS

Twitter: @BigChoksHOTBUNS

An upcoming farm to streets food truck in the Baltimore and Washington DC metropolitan area. You’re gonna love our HOT BUNS!

http://bigchoks.com

GrrChe

Twitter: @GrrChe

Gourmet Grilled Cheese Truck traveling all over Baltimore… stop by and get your Grilled Cheese

http://www.grrche.com

 

Buffalo, NY

Roaming Buffalo

Twitter: @RoamingBuffalo1

Biggest, baddest, and best Mobile food truck serving the WNY area. We are proud to say we represent the city and people of Buffalo, NY!

http://www.theroamingbuffalo.org

 

Fort Worth, TX

YES! TACO

Twitter: @yestaco

looks like a taco, tastes like awesome

http://yestaco.com/

 

San Diego, CA

Jack’s MunchieMobile

Twitter: @MunchieMobile

Launched in 2011, Jack’s Munchie Mobile™ is hitting the streets of SoCal as the ultimate food truck. Want Jack’s Munchie Mobile at your event? Message us!

http://www.facebook.com/munchiemobile

 

St. Louis, MO

Wanderlust Pizza

Twitter: @WanderlustPizza

Pizza the way it was meant to be! Cooked in an 800 degree wood-burning oven. Served from an Airstream Trailer.

http://www.wanderlustpizza.com

 

Washinton DC

Curbside Crabcakes

Twitter: @CurbSideCrab

Chef Keith K James is one of the most talented chefs in the Washington, DC area. “To whom much is given, much more is required.”

http://chefupnorth.com

If you are aware of any new rolling bistros, please let us know so that we can add them to our weekly listing of new food trucks as they hit the streets near you. Email us at MFV@mobile-cuisine.com

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