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Dude, Where's My Food Truck? Munchie Machine Debuts on 4/20

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Ready to roll out into the fray come Tuesday--yes, 4/20--is The Munchie Machine, a food truck that aims to go beyond the ordinary. With a promise the truck "oozes love and soul and delivers fun, unique, delectable and often healthful foods it knows you're craving any hour of the day," this foodmobile will have meals, snacks, sides, and desserts, according to their press release.

Co-owned and operated by "munchie men" Rob Grier and Oliver Catlin, this truck with a 'tude will boast an eclectic menu, including grilled sandwiches, a rotating salad special, hand-cut fries and chili cheese fries, and Sweet Lady Jane goodies for your sweet cravings. Their first stop: Bigfoot West on Tuesday from 6-10 p.m. [map]

Not only will the Munchie Machine use Twitter and Facebook to share their locations, but, in what perhaps is the tech-savvy stoner's dream come true, they ask that if you'd like the Machine to come to your neck of the woods, send them a message or give them a call and they'll do their best to "make meeting The Munchie Machine easy for you and more memorable than a dash to your refrigerator." Whoa,! And, PS, yes, they'll have vegan options!