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Eating in Traffic: Welcome to Our Dish Special Issue on All Things Food Truck

Explore our ten favorite food trucks—plus, get inside and meet the families running the roads.

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Brinehaus Meat and Provisions Brings Elevated Comfort Food to the Streets

“I've worked in fine dining restaurants and I decided, I want to feed everybody. I don't want to just feed rich people.”

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Stay in Your Lane: Food Trucks Laws

Some counties allow for late-night munchies; others don't.

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In an Untested Market, Durham's First Food Trucks Drove Into Brick-and-Mortar Success

Only Burger and Pie Pushers transitioned seamlessly from truck to restaurant.

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The Holloways Start a Food Truck Dynasty on Rigsbee Avenue

Tootie's, Urban Entrees, Funnel Bakes, and more round out the family's tasty treats.

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A Former Harlem Globetrotter Settles in North Carolina to Open a Louisiana Food Truck

Baton Rouge Cuisine is Anthony Greenup's ode to home.

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Feels on Wheels: What It's Really Like Running a Food Truck

American Meltdown's Paul Inserra lays it out.

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Pittsboro Is Smaller Than Triangle Cities, Yet Its Handful of Trucks Thrive Without Rodeo Crowds

Tacos Michoacan, Maple View, and Aromatic Roasters find a steady clientele in the heart of town.

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County Fare: The Triangle's First Food Truck Court

Durham chef Mattie Beason never tires of entrepreneurial ideas.

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Our Ten Favorite Food Trucks in the Triangle

From dumplings and tacos to japchae and fried chicken, find your favorite food on the streets.

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King’s Sandwich Shop Reinvents 1950s Durham Fare in a Shiny New Airstream Trailer

Catch the revamped menu on Geer Street and in surrounding areas.

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Soup for You: Welcome to DISH, the INDY’s Tri-Annual Food Special

We explore all things soup, from the holiness of pozole to the great pho controversy.

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Ritz Schmitz—Make Your Own Damn Soup Crackers

Here are two recipes for making crackers at home.

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How North Carolina Does Brunswick Stew Right

While Virginians and Georgians argue about it, North Carolinians just eat it.

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Pozole, a Mexican Stew of Devotion and Celebration, Simmers in Durham

“The evening air carries the aromas of church incense, teenage cologne, and simmering onions down a dirt path scattered with pine needles."

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Broth or Stock? There’s Really No Debate.

Plus, stock tips—chicken stock, that is—from local cookbook authors.

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Our Twelve Favorite Local Soups

Download our illustrated guide to the best soups in the Triangle.

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Unpacking the Great Pho Appropriation Debacle of 2016

“This comfort food … was carried here on the laps of boat people, in the memories of refugees."

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by Jason Hillard on A Former Harlem Globetrotter Settles in North Carolina to Open a Louisiana Food Truck (Dish)

Henry is our amazing nephew, thank you for sharing your/his story. And now I'm craving a grill cheese.

by Karen Field on Feels on Wheels: What It's Really Like Running a Food Truck (Dish)

Thanks for sharing Paul! This is Danny with Cut Bait and we all respect you and have proven to be …

by Danny (Cut Bait Cafe) on Feels on Wheels: What It's Really Like Running a Food Truck (Dish)

Yum... I don't suppose there are vegan versions?

by December27 on Booze for Dessert: The Simple Wonder of Chuck's Milkshakes with Shots (Dish)

Story idea for food trucks: Wake Tech has a "How to Start a Food Truck Business" course. http://www.waketech.edu/programs-courses/non-credit/ce-courses?course=SEF-3001B3

by Kate Pattison on Eating in Traffic: Welcome to Our Dish Special Issue on All Things Food Truck (Dish)

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