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December 29, 2011

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Alexander

Interesting post, I am so glad that I have visited your site. Such a wonderful time reading this.

Cassaendra

Wow, that sounds delicious!! Yes, I would so try the duck. *drool* The takuan (yellow daikon) sounds like a cool combination. I need to try that at home!

Chris

We only have one food truck here in Knoxville, no variety at all.

Mrs. L

Cassaendra - There are several "food truck" cookbooks out there that I'm tempted to get. Most of the truck food out here is pretty dang tasty and they use some weird combos that end up tasting great.

Chris - Only one truck? Oh man, you'd make a killing doing a BBQ truck!

Clint Shaff

A cookbook of food truck cuisine? That sounds fun! It may contain some fun meal ideas for eating outdoors, like picnics. Anyway, it's enjoyable to try out those food trucks, especially when the vehicles look pretty flashy and noticeable.

Duncan Moredock

Chairman Bao is a new taste that you might want to try. The "Baked Bun" and "Steamed Bun" sounds yummy. And who wouldn't want to try the Muscuvy Duck Confit and Tender Pork Belly. I'm so hungry right now! Hahaha!

best voip

Nice to see your post.

trucking jobs

The steamed buns are served taco-style (steamed buns tacos!) and 3 or 4 will make a decent meal. The baked buns are about the size of hamburger buns.

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