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Day 115 of Project 365: Food park.

Alberto introduced me to Rose City Food Park today, and I was not disappointed. There are many delicious food carts there, but my choice this visit was clear: … 89 more words

Foibles

Halal food cart settles in East Brunswick

Written for MyCentralJersey.com and DailyRecord.com 

Most New York City hot-dog carts barely get a passing glance from busy pedestrians.

But there’s one Big Apple food cart that has been pulling in lines so long that customers sometimes wait for hours during its 10 a.m. 697 more words

Travels

Portland Loosing Iconic Food Cart Pod

By Katerina Mon Belle

The Pigeon Press (Portland, Oregon)

A landmark of Portland culture, the original food cart pod located on SW Fifth Ave. and SW Stark St., may be torn down and replaced with a building. 427 more words

PDX

Chalkboard Art #27

New York City streets are filled with a lot of things: people, dogs, trash, mysterious things you’re better off not knowing what they are…but my favorite things NYC sidewalks offer are Chalkboard Art.

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NYC

Toum - Lebanese Food Truck

Toum (pronounced “Toom”) is Lebanese for garlic. In Lebanon, toum sauce is viewed as the national condiment. In NYC, Toum is the Big Apple’s first Lebanese food truck. 103 more words

New York

Uncle Gussy's Greek Food

Nicko comes from a family of food vendors. He and his brother started Uncle Gussy’s food truck to sell the best Greek food on the street. 80 more words

New York

Magdy's Cheese Steak Cart

Magdy came from Egypt to the US as a law student. As he tells it, “First, I fell in love with this country, then I fell in love with my wife – and everything changed.” Wanting to spend more time with his family, Magdy founded his food cart. 35 more words

New York