Visitors to San Antonio are frequently implored to remember the Alamo, but we think the city’s street food scene is just as memorable. That’s why we’re packing up our film equipment and cruising into the River City to visit five of San Antonio’s most talked about mobile vendors. Something tells us it’s going to be a road trip we’ll never forget.
One of my favorite food carts in Vancouver is the Mangal Kiss Mideast BBQ food cart. Since hitting the streets two years ago, owners Phyllis and Mark have won over Vancouverites and tourists alike with their AMAZING kebabs, pickled veggies and cous cous. After taking a break for the season they have hit the streets again with a completely new menu for a smaller food cart. The dishes are more suited to winter and feature a constantly-changing selection of soups and desserts that will blow your mind.
Tennessee has come a long way from the days when it was known as the “Hog and Hominy State.” Discerning foodies can now get everything from catfish tacos to pumpkin ravioli from one of the state’s many exceptional mobile vendors. We intend to see firsthand how much Tennessee’s culinary scene has grown as we cruise into Nashville and Knoxville to visit six of their most talked about food trucks.
Arizona has always been a refuge for snowbirds and sun worshipers, but lately it’s also become a top destination for discerning foodies thanks to a welcome infusion of new gourmet food trucks. Come and see what the fuss is about as we cruise into the Copper State to visit the most talked about food trucks in Chandler, Phoenix, Scottsdale, Tempe and Tucson. (more…)