I Love Bacon began rolling in mid-April. Patrick and Hill decided on a bacon-themed because it was different than other food truck concepts in this market, it’s Hill’s favorite ingredient
Food Truck Fest is underway at Redstone Arsenal and people are turning put en masse. Marshall Space Flight Center’s Exchange organized the week-long event.
Thursday night, the city council approved an ordinance that allows them to operate seven days a week.
There are a few conditions vendors would have to follow under the new proposal. Food trucks cannot be parked within 100 feet of any restaurant entrance, and vendors must make restrooms available within 500 feet of the truck.
Three weeks ago, the Huntsville City Council approved an ordinance that allows food trucks to park in designated spots downtown, but the trucks will only be allowed to park there at night.
Food Fighters is a converted yellow International school bus with Texas plates. On this afternoon it was parked in the Huntsville Hospital Logistics Building parking lot, about a mile from Bridge Street Town Centre.
The mac-and-cheese was solid, but the vinegar slaw, which was sweet and chunky, was exceptional and provided perfect counterpoint to the spicy meat.
At the Peppered Pig food truck, a butter toasted French bread bun serves this purpose. Except instead of reeling-in handguns or heroin, the bun keeps the creative ingredients on the Peppered Pig’s signature burgers and sandwiches from going sideways.
The food truck trend continues to roll into Huntsville.