Trucking in the Triangle
Andrea Weigl has a Q&A in today’s Raleigh New and Observer. Smart inquisitor, that Andrea: In retrospect, it seems inevitable that award-winning food writer John T. Edge would write a book about the nation’s food truck scene. Edge’s first magazine piece was about three nights he spent working a Lucky Dogs cart in New Orleans leading up to New Year’s Eve. He was fascinated by the hot...
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by Victoria Bouloubasis Photo © Lou Weinert Given his repertoire, one that includes books on fried chicken, donuts and apple pie, celebrated food journalist and Southern Foodways Alliance directorJohn T. Edge needs no introduction to the culinary culture of the South. So when he’s hanging out at a food truck and is handed a cardboard tray piled high with an unpronounceable menu...
Ozersky in Time says Truck Food is Here to Stay →
Tostilocos and Truck Food on The Splendid Table →
Listen for me yammering for about five minutes at the close of the show.
Great Interview in the Philadelphia Inquirer →
Truck Food Cookbook on NPR's All Things Considered... →