Street Food Graduates from the Hot Dog
Details has a roundup and a slideshow of some of the tastiest street food in the nation -- everything from tamales to "sparerib tips ...
Details has a roundup and a slideshow of some of the tastiest street food in the nation -- everything from tamales to "sparerib tips tossed in tangy black-bean sauce" to some amazing, heavenly goodness called "bacon jam."
Needless to say, it's a whole lot more than hot dogs (although the list does include some great-sounding franks).
As I wrote in this month's issue of Governing, street food in the U.S. is really branching out. Many cities -- from Portland, Oregon, to Washington, D.C. -- are actively trying to recruit new vendors, especially ones that will serve items other than the standard franks and pretzels.
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