I am looking for food sold from carts and stalls and possibly food trucks. Food trucks would be at the upper end of the price range I associate with street food.
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I have never seen a chestnut cart; but, I do like pretzels.
Okay, that made me hungry too. Sometimes I think the smaller the operation the better the food is.
Best place in Abilene was some tiny, greasy looking place that was the size of my bathroom. But you got a giant burrito for a $1.50. That thing was so big you had to hold it with both hands and it weight a ton. They are closed now.
Oh I do understand. Freshly fried corn dogs with some mustard. State Fair heaven.
Oh yes hunting is part of the fun. I am curious what other people have found. Tacos seem to be very popular everywhere.
Nachos are great, but I usually find them in bars. I can see the potential as street food.
Boston BBQ? Is it pork? What kind of sauce? Mustard based or vinegar? There are a lot of BBQ places in Texas. The best ones are outside of cities like Dallas, unfortunately. I would love to do BBQ road trip across the US.
There are not a lot of Philly places in Dallas, but some of the chains over charge for something they call a Philly.
There is a hot dog cart I sometimes eat at when I am downtown. Somehow his stuff just tastes better.
I would mind seeing a picture of that.
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I am not familiar with pepinos. Are they a type of melon?
They are cucumbers with Chile powder and lemon juice. So good!
Yes! Pepinos are cucumbers, for those of you unfamiliar. They are especially great with lemon or lime and paprika with a little bit of cayenne pepper OR doused in rice vinegar salt and pepper, maybe garlic, onion or a little red chili for taste.
Thanks guys! I will be on the look out for some pepinos. Someone has to sell them in Dallas.
New things to look up. I have a good idea about coconut chutney. I will have to look up thattu dosa. Okay, I looked it up and that looks interesting. Thank you.