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Food Truckin' Goes Country: Here Comes the Chuck Wagon

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By Ana Bustilloz/Special to LAist

There's a new food truck on the streets, but this one slings and sings. Los Angeles country music radio station, Go Country 105 is rolling out the Chuck Wagon, which claims to be "the nation’s first radio station food truck." Food is accompanied by Go Country 105 promotions and giveaways, and the occasional live performance by a "Country superstar."

The Chuck Wagon is powered by B Sweet Catering and features a rotating menu of Southern, Country and Tex-Mex influenced hot entrees, sides, sandwiches, salads, vegetarian options and B Sweet’s famous homemade cupcakes and desserts. The truck also has a Sandwich Board Hall of Fame with, so far, two inductees: The Steel Magnolia (named after the country act of the same name), a BLT with chicken and avocado and the KTLA 5, an egg white breakfast sandwich with maple ham, white cheddar, tomato, and aioli on a Brioche bun.

Follow the Chuck Wagon on Go Country's Twitter or invite the truck to visit your business via email.