Live By the Book: The Truck Food Cookbook

Last week’s edition of Live By the Book had us thinking about ice cream. Obviously. And as we thought about ice cream (a lot), we eventually thought about ice cream on wheels. And when we thought about ice cream on wheels (stay with us, here), we thought about other deliciousness on wheels. And that, naturally, made us think of The Truck Food Cookbook: 150Recipes and Ramblings from America’s Best Restaurants on Wheels by John T. Edge, this week’s style guide inspiration!

Whether truck food to you means burgers or tacos, french fries or grilled cheese, pizza or egg sandwiches, sushi or sliders, waffles or dumplings, donuts or (ahem!) ice cream! — we’ve got a little something for everyone.

Live by the Book: The Truck Food Cookbook
A touch-tone hamburger phone a la Juno. A totally irresistible pair of taco earrings, a fried egg clock (just because!), the ever-practical deep fryer (not just for potatoes! deep-fried candy bars, anyone?), and a couple of pairs of kicksketchup and mustard, of course, being the prevailing color scheme.
Let us know the name and last known location of your favorite food truck (food carts, trolleys, bicycles, and other edibles-on-wheels totally count) in the comments, and we’ll randomly select a winner to receive a copy of The Truck Food Cookbook!


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    Randy Travis
    October 29, 2014 at 6:17 am

    Nice post! Food truck is a one of the most enjoyable of all businesses in the world. Feeding hungry people tasty, freshly cooked, scrumptious meals at prices you’d pay at the local greasy spoon.

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