How America Became a Food Truck Nation

Our new food columnist traces the food truck revolution back to its Los Angeles roots

Bill Palladino – MLUI‘s insight:

These things are rolling symbols of edible diversity, urging citizenry to stop and try something different in the moment. Like that fleeting kiss from your college sweetheart, they leave you to ponder if you’ll ever taste such sweet, simple, unburdened and unbridled temptation again.

For those of you tuning in from afar, we’ve got a hot debate going on in my home town about allowing food trucks to clog our downtown streets with goodness… or not.  It’s madness frankly.  I love food trucks and appreciate what they represent. I’m neither afraid or threatened by what they may bring to this community. 

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