Category archives for: Indiana

Indianapolis, IN: Indy Food Truck Changing Its Name, But Not Because of Famous Chef

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A food truck in Indianapolis is changing its name, but unlike what has been suggested by some reports, they are not being forced to do so by a celebrity chef.

Valparaiso, IN: Hungry Inc. Food Truck Brings Mobility to Mealtime

John J. Watkins, The Times
Opportunity Enterprises employee Ashley Bisping places an order at the Hungry Inc. food truck in September. Hungry Inc. owner Phil West has revived the old lunch truck concept bringing soups, salads and sandwiches to hungry Porter County residents at various locations and special events.

The food offerings include sandwiches made with Turano bread that are flat-top grilled or baked. A favorite is based on a pulled pork recipe handed down in West’s family.

Indianapolis, IN: Top Ten Food Truck Tastes

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The food truck phenomenon has taken Indy by storm. Here’s our top ten tastes to quench every craving.

Porter County, IN: Food Truck Trend Rolls Into Porter County

Hungry Inc. owner Phil West talks to a customer about the truck's menu. | Christin Nance Lazerus/Post-Tribune

The food truck phenomenon has allowed creative cuisine to flourish in cities across the U.S. without some of the costs associated with running a restaurant. They’re most often found in big cities, but Northwest Indiana features some notable entries, particularly in Porter County

Valparaiso, IN: Hungry, Inc. Food Truck to Visit OE

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Hungry, Inc. features a variety of fresh, homemade sandwiches, salads, and soups

Indianapolis, IN: First Friday Food Truck Festival

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First Friday Food Truck Festival

Lafayette, IN: City Regulations, Red Tape to Blame for Dearth of Local Food Trucks

Kenny Richards, left, and Amber Davis, right, work with Debbie Bucher inside the Emergency Munchie Truck at the Sagamore West Farmers Market in West Lafayette, on July 31. / Brent Drinkut/Journal & Courier

Trucks are allowed to stay as long as they want on private property with the owner’s permission, but if they’d like to park downtown, they must follow parking rules like anyone else.

Ft. Wayne, IN: Fort Wayne Food Trucks at Foodstock 2013

Food Trucks line the street for Foodstock 2013

The Fort Wayne Food Truck Association and the Downtown Improvement District have brought back Foodstock at One Summit Square for its second year.

Ft. Wayne, IN: FOODSTOCK Brings Fort Wayne Food Trucks Downtown Saturday

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The food truck craze is more than just a fad. It’s clear that many area food trucks have set deep roots in Fort Wayne after building a loyal following and serving up gourmet meals from the confines of a small kitchen. The community is invited to celebrate the inventive kitchen on wheels at FOODSTOCK

Lowell, IN: Lowell Food Truck Building Following

Steve Canaday and his son-in-law Kyle McKinney serve mini-donuts and cheese curds from his PaPa's Mini Donuts & Cheese Curds truck at the Lowell farmers market.

PaPa’s Mini Donuts & Cheese Curds is something that would look at home on fairgrounds, surrounded by rides and carnival games.