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PHOTOS: Street Eats Food Truck Festival 2014 at Salt River Fields

The Street Eats Food Truck Festival, held annually at Salt River Fields, has become a proving ground of sorts for Valley food trucks. The longer your line, the better you're doing tapping in to the local scene. The shorter your line, well . . .

On Saturday, January 25, and Sunday, January 26, an estimated 25,000 people showed up to taste the food from more than 50 food trucks. Chow Bella was there to get a taste of this year's hottest trucks, including the Maine Lobster Lady.

See Also: Street Eats Food Truck Festival 2014, Advice from Day One: Get the Lobster Roll, Bring Cash, Prepare for Lines

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Check out some of our photos from this year's event and don't miss the full slideshow from the Street Eats Food Truck Festival 2014.

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