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See the food lovers who came out mobile food vendors in Houston. MFU Houston seeks to change current food ordinances in Houston. Tomorrow the city council will hear comments from the public. Houston Chronicle editorial: Set our food trucks free.
Sophia Chang and Melinda Ip
Photo by Andrew Rebman
I was taking my power walk on W. Dallas yesterday and saw the crowd. I was delighted to see all of the food trucks and the people. It was a very nice event. Too bad I didn't have any money with me at the time.
"Eating a lot" to support food trucks. little wonder it's called
"Big H"...most obese city in the U.S.
So you are assuming most people were eating between meals instead of using the food truck as normal lunch or dinner ?
Mac - did you even look at the pictures before commenting?
Why not let downtown open air parking lots set aside special parking spaces just for food trucks?
It was a glorious day for Htown food lovers! There was a great sense of community. A sense that seems to have lacked over the years.
We should have had plenty of these trucks around for Super Bowl in 2004. There was nothing to do in Houston. If some of them could be located inside the tailgate colored lots during the Texans and other games, we wouldn't have to lug all our stuff up to the games every home game. Some think it's fun, I find it to be a real chore. I'd gladly buy someone elses food and leave the work to others.
They have been at the home games this year. They are close to the stadium and usually have 3 in the north end zone area and 3 on the south.
Ha-Ha. Aramark would sue Bob McNair's pants off if he ever allowed that.
El Ultimo Taco on Long Point is the best taco truck in Houston because the quality is there. You must try it out!! Fajita tacos with grilled onions.. Mexican queso......... so good, but the meat is first class......... El Ultimo Taco on Long Point just east of Wirt. BUENO!!!!!
The trouble with food trucks is that no one can govern them. I submit to you that 99% of all food trucks that sell Beef contains 30% fat! In addition, the chicken is about 20-22% fat. The rest of the food unless it is a fruit is high in fat. Until they can govern what is sold, then all should be banned.
Nobody governs the fat in restaraunt food, either. Nobody governs the fat in your dinner plate (though they let you deicde how much to put there). And you're 'submitting' to us something you don't know.
Hmm...is this stuff "governed" in regular restaurants?? I don't think so. I'm not really sure what food trucks you are talking about, but the newer ones are not just ones that sell tacos next to a convenience store on construction site. Maybe you should do some research http://roaminghunger.com/hou
You just described half the fast food plasces in Houston, no make that America.
You honestly want the government to regulate what we should be allowed to eat, CRC? That's the most ridiculous thing I've ever heard. Perhaps you find NYC a more appropriate place to reside.
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