Food Truck Frenzy

Ten Favorite Phoenix Food Trucks

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9. Taste Rite
Chef Darryl King serves "real pit" BBQ from his 24 foot commercial, grade mobile kitchen. You may have to wait for your Taste Rite meal, but the slow-cooked meats are worth it. Don't forget a Kool-Aid to wash it all down and a side of roasted rosemary garlic tots as the perfect side. For the most recent updates on where to find Taste Rite check out their Twitter.

8. Hey Joe! This truck comes from the inspiration and talents of husband and wife team Brian and Margita Webb. Hey Joe! serves classic Filipino dishes like pancit, lumpia, and adobo on it's rotating menu. For a culinary cultural adventure, Hey Joe! hits the spot with sisig and lechon kawali, two pork dishes common in Margita's hometown of Lapu-Lapu City.

7. Torched Goodness
Crème brulee isn't a food you expect to find on every corner but thanks to Eric Ireland, here in Phoenix you just might. With both classic and more adventurous flavors (think lavendar and PB&J), Torched Goodness takes crème brulee to new heights. If you haven't tried Eric's perfectly burnt desserts you can find the truck at various farmers markets and at Food Truck Fridays at the Phoenix Public Market. Check out their website for a complete schedule of events.

6. T Licious Tacos From within this hot pink truck come Oaxaca-style tacos amped up with a French fine dining flair. Chef/owner Jordan Kean's "blingy" style shines through her cuisine with creations such as the Duck You Taco and Tickle Me Tinga Chicken Taco. You can keep up with T Licious via their Facebook and Twitter.

5. Mama Toldeo Tonya Saidi has been in the food truck game since September 2011 and hasn't failed to deliver on her sassy slogan: We'll Shut Your Pie Hole. You can find Mama Toledo and her 1968 Chevy Step Van at the Phoenix Public Market on Wednesday nights from 4 to 9 p.m.

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