Food trucks were a novelty until only a few years ago. Now in almost any country in the world, you can find an amazing range of mobile food vendors offering almost any kind of food from nachos to burgers to ribs. Every year, the number and diversity of trucks and food on offer grows.
My personal favorite style of food trucks is the Tex-Mex based food trucks. Nachos, gourmet nacho cheese, burritos, and tacos are all some of the finest food I've ever had. There is something about a warm and freshly made foil-wrapped burrito that just gives me that warm and fuzzy feeling!
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Then there are the nachos, once I've had just a taste of that gooey melted nacho cheese sauce and some fresh homemade chili, I simply cannot get enough. Something so simple can taste so amazing. Not only is the taste of these foods so divine, but the prices are unbeatable. Going to a regular restaurant for the same food will usually cost double.
The food truck culture has grown into such a big industry that people actually make a living from just running their own truck. It's not a hobby-based business anymore. There are even websites dedicated to showing you exactly where a particular food truck is on any given day in particular cities.
The Australian website 'Where The Truck At' shows over 100 food trucks across 7 cities and gives you a map and time as to when the food trucks will be serving.