Taco Trucks, and Making America Great

In response to the dreaded spectre of taco trucks on every corner, Ingrid and I did our part this weekend, and visited one of our many local taco trucks. Hashtags: #ImWithTacos #TacoTrucksOnEveryCorner

Streatfood taco truck with Greta and Ingrid

Streatfood taco truck

Of course, there are other possibilities. There could be ramen trucks on every corner.

Streatfood ramen truck

Or there could be pizza trucks on every corner.

Streatfood pizza truck

Or there could be Vietnamese food trucks on every corner.

Streatfood Vietnamese food truck

Or there could be empanada trucks on every corner.

Streatfood empanada truck

Or there could be gyros trucks on every corner.

Streatfood gyros truck

Or there could be udon trucks on every corner.

Streatfood udon truck

Heck, there could even be vegan burger trucks on every corner.

Streatfood vegan burger truck

Or, one of my personal favorites: There could be Sangria trucks on every corner! Of course, liquor licensing might be tricky…

Streatfood Sangria truck

So here’s my question: How does any of this keep America from being great? Isn’t this one of the greatest things about us?

(All photos taken by Greta Christina at Streatfood food truck plaza, South of Market in San Francisco.)

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3 thoughts on “Taco Trucks, and Making America Great

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    I work in Chicago’s Loop and go out to lunch on Fridays. Last Friday I decided to break with my usual restaurants and went to see any food trucks at the Daley Center. To my surprise I saw a half dozen of them doing decent business. I got a Korean beef bowl. Sadly I hear the mayor might be cracking down on trucks at the behest of brick & motor restaurants. Strangely I didn’t hear about the quote until I got back to work.

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