Category archives for: Modesto

Turlock, CA: Turlock Council to Reconsider Allowing Food Trucks Downtown

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There is one other mobile food facility in downtown Turlock, the Saucy Girls Food Truck. Owner Kari Hernandez spoke in favor of allowing mobile vendors to continue in the downtown area. Her truck is at 416 E. Main St., near Pacific Tire & Wheel.

Jackson County, FL: Firefighting Mayor also Runs a Food Truck

Margaret Scheffer collects her lunchtime slaw dog from son-in-law George Gay. He and wife Melinda--Scheffer’s daughter--own the Firefighter Foods food truck which opened for business about seven weeks ago. Gay says his mother-in-law is a frequent customer and that the slaw dog is one of her favorite items on the menu.

The name of his new business is emblazoned on the side of the bread truck he converted. It’s called Firefighter Foods, and some of his sandwich offerings have firefighter-related names.

Turlock, CA: Turlock Cupcake Vendors Challenge the Reign of Standard Fair Food at the Lodi Grape Festival

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I thought, I can do that, and I can make a cuter truck!” she said. That’s how the Cupcake Lady was born two years ago.

Modesto, CA: Saturday Shorts – Modesto Ponders Regulating its Food Trucks

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We agree with City Manager Greg Nyhoff that now is the time for the city to discuss whether and how it wants to regulate these mobile businesses — before there is a problem.f

Turlock, CA: Food Truck Shows Off Saucy side in Turlock

Modesto Bee - Elias Funez/efunez@modbee.com Jackie Taha serves a saucy meal to hungry customers from her daughter’s mobile food truck called Saucy Girls during opening day of the Turlock Farmers Market on May 3.

Saucy Girls debuted their food at the Turlock Farmers Market last season, where they had a booth and smaller menu. Now they have a bright-purple truck with the slogan “Prepare to be saucified” that parks near South Broadway and A Street each Friday morning to feed hungry marketgoers.

Modesto, CA: Taco Trucks’ Affordable Fare Savored by Many

MJC student Zach Middleton. right, 19, of Modesto eats a regular burrito from F.K. Jessica's #1 taco truck on 8th Street in downtown Modesto. Jan. 12, 2011. (BRIAN RAMSAY / bramsay@modbee.com) -

In Modesto, we don’t have hipster taco trucks that tweet out where they’ll be and when. We don’t have trucks serving sushi, gyros, Korean barbecue and gourmet waffles.