Category archives for: Texas

San Antonio, TX: Food Truck Vendors must Adhere to Fire Safety Standards

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Once a year, food truck vendors like Frank Collazo are required to pass a health inspection and a fire safety inspection.

Houston, TX: Sticky’s Chicken Food Truck Easy to Find Outside the Marquis II

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When it comes to ordering, I tend to, um, stick to the sticky stuff (HAH!) such as the chicken wings whose crispy poultry meat is glazed with a sweet, slightly spicy sauce that will get all over your hands and face. Also terrific are the sliders, which layer crispy or sautéed chicken (go for the former), “sticky’s sauce,” mayonnaise, and provolone cheese on sweet, buttery Hawaiian rolls.

Houston, TX: Ripe Cuisine Set to Launch Vegan Food Truck With Help From Kickstarter

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Stephanie Hoban wants to bring vegan food all over town with a new food truck.

One of the things that really struck me as odd was going to the farmers’ market and seeing all this beautiful produce, but nothing vegetarian being made by the cooks there. That got my mind ticking, and I got this idea about becoming a small vendor at the farmers’ markets and creating a pop-up cafe.

Luckenbach, TX: Hill Country Food Truck Festival Rolls Into Luckenbach

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More than a dozen food trucks, including Fredericksburg’s own Clear River Pecan Company food trailer and Bejas Roadside will be in attendance, serving up eclectic local bites.

El Paso, TX: El Paso Food Truck Nominated in National Contest

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nce you’ve tried them you just can’t stop coming back to get more. Their food is done so professionally,” Guerra added. “It’s not like going to a food truck. It’s like you’re going to sit down at a restaurant and having something that’s of quality. It’s very delicious

Houston, TX: Local Food Truck Owners Agree that Inspections are Necessary to Avoid Accidents

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some Houston-area mobile food truck operators have complained in the past that local rules and regulations amount to a burdensome level of bureaucratic red tape.

Dallas, TX: 100 Favorite Dishes, No. 70: Cheesesteak at Truck Yard

It's as Philly as it gets outside of Philly for sure.

Truck Yard you’ll see a prime rib roast up on the meat slicer, with ribbons of meat cascading from its end. It doesn’t get any more serious than slicing meat for a cheesesteak right off the rib roast.

Houston, TX: TGI Fridays food truck visits The Woodlands July 4 Red, Hot and Blue Festival and Katy Mills Mall July 5-6

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The Fridays Food Truck will be in Houston serving up free food at The Woodlands 4th of July Celebration and Katy Mills Mall.

Houston, TX: Breakfast Anyone? We Have a Food Truck Just For You

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It’s everything from bowls to burritos and sausage-and-egg sandwiches served with melted cheese. And already the little truck is causing a big stir.

Lubbock, TX: Food Trucks and A Skate Shop

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Chad Montgomery stands next to his business, the Twist'd Texan, in the parking lot of Kohl's on Friday. Montgomery and other local food truck owners have started a petition to lower regulation standards set on food trucks in Lubbock.

The store is a place for skateboarders, plant lovers and artists alike. It’s located at 4110 34th St., and the only way you’re going to feed your curiosity is to go look for yourself.