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The Goon Banger Moderator Since: 2.1.02 From: Calgary, Alberta, Canada Since last post: 57 days Last activity: 13 hours # 21 Posted on 29.3.12 1702.46 | Instant Rating: 8.95 Calgary just approved food trucks last year, and they're a smashing success. We started out with five of different food choices, and I believe there's eight now. There's even a site to track them, and each of the trucks can be followed on Twitter.
Brian P. Dermody Liverwurst Moderator Since: 20.9.02 From: New York, NY Since last post: 1851 days Last activity: 1273 days
AIM: # 22 Posted on 29.3.12 1855.34 New Yorkers might want to know the best ones I've hit:
Frying Dutchmen is the only one I'll buy fries from, but the sandwiches are hit or miss.
If Joyride comes back they have damn good coffee and their frozen yogurt is pretty sweet.
Frites N Meats has the burgers I wish Frying Dutchmen had but FD has, as I said, better fries. Go Burger is pretty good too.
Mike n Willie's does sliders and tacos and they've been a reliably good lunch.
Red Hook Lobster Pound gets Lobster Rolls right, so says this native New Englander.
And yeah, Coolhaus is pretty spectacular. @ briandermody. PSN: bpmfd
Mr. Boffo Scrapple Since: 24.3.02 From: Oshkosh, WI Since last post: 1365 days Last activity: 1326 days # 23 Posted on 30.3.12 0629.43 | Instant Rating: 7.95 I was going to say that there are no food trucks in my area, but the local paper has an article about the first one this very morning. http://kangaroostaurant.com/weeklyscheduleandmenu/ They're in my city on Thursdays. I'll have to check them out next week. Pages: Prev 1 2
This is a pretty minor, but bizarre story. And, the lake is not exactly tiny; 100 feet deep and 5 acres in size. Link: http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20070621/ap_on_sc/chile_missing_lake_6;_ylt=Am1Gt7Hdvr_IAAzu2mAAkL3lWMcF Weird stuff.
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