Category Archives: Trailer Food

The Real Deal: El Naranjo

We finally made it to one of Austin’s most celebrated food trucks: El Naranjo. This is a truck with some serious bona fides. Chef¬†Iliana de la Vega first made a name for herself in Oaxaca with a restaurant of the … Continue reading

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Pork in the Parking Lot: Three Little Pigs

Here at Chicken Fried Everything, we’re drawn to pig-themed restaurants like moths to a flame. So when we heard about a new food truck called Three Little Pigs, we dropped everything and followed our noses to the parking lot they … Continue reading

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Surprise Tacos!

As if by magic, a taco truck appeared in front of our house yesterday. I’m not going to try to explain it. I’m just going to assume that I have magical powers and whenever I will it, I can make … Continue reading

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Austin Food Truck Roundup: Asia Edition

I’ve had some photos stacking up lately, but no time to do proper writeups. So here’s a nice copout: a breezy tour through some of the recent additions to the food truck scene in Austin. Oddly enough, all of them … Continue reading

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Happy Discovery: Odd Duck Farm to Trailer

It’s easy to get in a rut, foodwise, especially when there are decent options on the way home after work. But lately my curiosity has gotten the better of me. After work last week, Yelp led me to what is … Continue reading

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Lulu B's

It’s no secret that Austin has fallen in love with food trucks, a trend that we welcome with open stomachs. Lulu B’s is one of the finer examples, serving up some serious sandwiches. This was another one of those “what … Continue reading

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Happy Hour

Yesterday, I met my friend Mitch at the Continental Club after work. The Continental was pretty much the reason I moved to Austin originally. My friend Jeff brought me here the night before my interview with GSD&M. It turned out … Continue reading

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