Food truck review: Kat-n-Around’s owner brings her German cuisine to her adopted home

Kat-n-Around has a German food menu that’s food truck friendly. By Greg Cox Originally published 10/12/2017 Ask Kat Bierbach to tell you about Kat-n-Around, the food truck she started two years ago, and it’s a good bet she’ll say at some point, “I’m living my dream.” The seeds of that dream were planted long ago,…

Food Truck Review: Smoky aroma will lure you to Daddy Bob’s Barbeque. Fresh barbecue will keep you there.

Daddy Bob’s Barbeque food truck serves pork barbecue that’s a hybrid of Eastern and Western North Carolina styles. By Greg Cox Originally published 9/14/2017 You can’t miss Daddy Bob’s Barbeque, even when it’s parked among several dozen other food trucks at a rodeo. You don’t even have to use your eyes to locate the fire…

Food Truck Review: Spanglish is true to truck’s motto: Puerto Rican food with Southern charm

Spanglish food truck serves Puerto Rican food, empanadas and Cubano sandwiches among a broad menu. By Greg Cox Originally published 8/17/2017 On the side of the Spanglish food truck, printed against a background of whimsical drawings of fruits, vegetables and barnyard animals, is the truck’s motto: “Puerto Rican food with Southern Charm.” A few weeks…

Food Truck Review: With gourmet chef credentials, Fetch Hot Dog Co. serves up a playful twist on traditional dog

Fetch Hot Dog Co. food truck offers eclectic hot dogs made from quality ingredients. By Greg Cox Originally published 7/13/2017 Joel Bohlin grew up in Chicago, where the definitive hot dog comes topped with a dill pickle spear, tomato wedges, a shockingly bright-green sweet pickle relish, chopped onions, sport peppers, yellow mustard and a sprinkle…

Food Truck Review: Adobo Joe’s rendition of Filipino dish shines

Every household in the Phillipines has a recipe for adobo, the country’s national dish, but it’s hard to imagine them outshining the dish from Adobo Joe food truck By Greg Cox Originally published 6/7/2017 Adobo Joe’s Facebook page tells the captivating story of its origins, beginning with owner Geronimo “Ron” Blancaflor as a 6-year-old boy…

Food Truck Review: CockaDoodleMoo serves global journey of barbecue and sandwiches

CockaDoodleMoo, a food truck that hit the road in 2014, features flavorful sandwiches, smoked meat and addictive macaroni and cheese. By Greg Cox Originally published 5/10/2017. With apologies to Edgar Allan Poe: Once upon an evening early, while I pondered – hungry, surly, Prospects of a liquid meal of Trophy’s hoppy local brew – As…

Food Truck Review: Soomsoom Pita Pockets – both meat and vegetarian – packed with flavor

Soomsoom Pita Pockets has meat and meatless options on its food truck. You’ll find succulent options in the soft pillows of pita By Greg Cox Originally published 4/13/2017. As I walked up to the Soomsoom Pita Pockets truck to place our order, I had the most virtuous of intentions. Really, I did. My wife had…

Food Truck Review : Zeke’s Meats

Zeke Firestein, a New York native, and his fiancée, Kat Dougan, own the Zeke’s Meats food truck. Roast pork, brisket and wings are worth the visit. By Greg Cox Review originally published 3/9/2017 Outside of Philadelphia, the Philly cheesesteak is pretty much universally considered to be that city’s iconic sandwich. But sandwich aficionados and in-the-know…

Food Truck Review: American Meltdown

American Meltdown provides the ultimate comfort food – grilled cheese sandwiches. In addition to the food truck, American Meltdown occupies a spot in the food court at Durham’s Streets at Southpoint mall. By Greg Cox Review originally published 2/9/2017 Every month, within hours of my food truck review coming out, I can count on getting…

Food truck: Qspresso

If you’ve seen ‘Chef,’ you’ll want to try Qspresso By Greg Cox Originally published 1/19/17 It’s just a guess, but I’d say most foodies in America have probably seen “Chef,” the Jon Favreau movie about a chef who started a food truck. Among people who work in the food industry, the percentage may well top…

Food Truck: Chirba Chirba

Chirba Chirba will make you want to ‘Eat! Eat!’ By Greg Cox Review originally ran 11/10/2016 Chirba Chirba has gone through some pretty major changes since the jaunty yellow food truck with the Buddha-like laughing Chinese dumpling logo first hit the road five years ago. The original four owners, who had become friends while at…