Category archives for: Saskatchewan:

Regina, CAN: Taste Regina – Fried Chicken and Waffles Roost in Downtown Regina Food Truck

Paul Rogers shows off one of the specialties at Beak’s Chicken: a chicken waffle made with a breaded chicken breast, two Brussels waffles, bacon jam and homemade chicken gravy. To run with Taste Regina on Beak’s Chicken, by CJ Katz.
Photograph by: CJ Katz , For the Leader-Post

A graduate of the culinary program at Northern Alberta Institute of Technology, Rogers works full time as a Canada Post letter carrier. Currently on leave from delivering mail, he said he has always felt a strong calling to be a chef.

Toronto, CAN: Toronto’s Food Trucks Driven into the Ditch

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Zane Caplansky with Thundering Thelma outside the Sony Centre, where he can operate because it is private property. (July 23, 2013)

The tastes of anything more exotic than hotdogs will continue to be tough to find on the streets.

Saskatoon, CAN: First Mobile Food Truck Rolls into Saskatoon

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That’s why hungry customers will find the specialty hot dog resting on naan bread. But the true meaning behind Disco Dogs won’t be known until the late night crowd gets a taste.

Saskatoon, CAN: No Food Trucks Ready to Roll in Saskatoon

Residents got a taste of food trucks last week during the Saskatchewan Jazz Festival as trucks like Yo Quiere Mexican Food. (photo: Metro/Morgan Modjeski)

Restaurateurs have had more than a month to get their food trucks ready to roll after the city gave the green light back in May, but not a single person has applied for a license according to the city.

Regina, CAN: Regina’s Impressive Food Truck Scene

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Food trucks are the perfect opportunity for enterprising chefs to create innovative eats.The movable food vendors have been a hot topic in Saskatoon, where city council just recently approved the venture. One of the first to confirm his truck, Dan Walker (the owner of Weczeria) will be running Joy Ride, with a globally inspired menu.

Saskatoon, CAN: Food Trucks Approved

Save a spot on your favourite park bench -- food trucks are officially coming to Saskatoon.

The only point of contention at the meeting was how far away the trucks should operate from existing restaurants. Mayor Don Atchison and a minority of councillors — Coun. Troy Davies, Coun. Randy Donauer and Coun. Eric Olauson — wanted a special 30-meter “buffer zone” downtown.

Saskatoon, CAN: Concerns About Washrooms for Food Truck Patrons Raised

Saskatoon is getting closer to regulation of food trucks like the ones seen here in Austin, Texas.
Photograph by: Keith Morgan , PNG

Saskatoon’s food trucks will be able to operate in commercial districts, but not in residential neighbourhoods

Regina, CAN: Food Trucks Prepare for Return to Regina’s City Square Plaza

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He calls himself the ‘pit master’ of Prairie Smoke and Spice, one of the Regina area food trucks that are making their return to the city within the next few days and weeks.

Saskatoon, CAN: Food Trucks in Saskatoon Get Stalled at Committee

This Vancouver food truck serves a long line of people. Vancouver is one of the cities Saskatoon has looked at when building it's food truck policy.

I will not be supporting the 30-metres. I can support 10-metres and also a description that would prohibit them from being directly across the block from a restaurant

Saskatoon, CAN: Food Trucks Coming, says Atchison

Clement Chan and chef Kris Girard serve up Asian dishes from Le Tigre food cart at 8th and Cambie in Vancouver on Tuesday, Feb. 12.
Photograph by: Gerry Kahrmann , The Province

The city had originally proposed a one-year pilot project that would allow mobile food trucks to park in public stall so long as they stayed 30 metres away from any existing restaurant. B