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Food

Food Trucks & Other Mobile Eateries that Twitter

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Before there was Kogi BBQ, there was Twitter. After there was Kogi BBQ, there were a good number of new food trucks and other mobile eats with Twitter in the business plan. A street food revolution? Something like that.

We're doing our best to keep up with the Twittering Food Truck Trend, and we're always working on the list. Here's what we've got, and the stories we've done to help you navigate the streets of eats:

But wait...there's more. So many more...