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Albuquerque chef creates new style of food ‘truck’

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) – An Albuquerque chef took what she learned from a television competition and used it to change her business plan. That means switching from a food truck to a food trailer.

Chef Marie Yniguez isn’t afraid to tackle a challenge. First, as chef and owner of Slow Roasted Bocadillos and then as a competitor on “The Great American Food Truck Race”.

“The day before I left I was about to purchase a food truck,” said Yniguez. Now, she’s on a new adventure.

“When I was

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Chicken wing truck Randle’s Kitchen returns to Sioux Fall after hiatus

It’s been three years since Randle’s Kitchen was serving up food streetside in Sioux Falls.

But the Sioux Falls food truck best known for its chicken wings is returning this summer, with a mother-daughter duo leading the charge.

“I’m super excited to return,” said Shona Randle, co-founder of Randle’s Kitchen. “We’re going to have the same great food.”

Shona is joined this year by her 19-year-old daughter Jordan Randle.

Randle’s Kitchen opened in 2013 and served “home cooking on the go.” The truck was well known for its patty melts, walking tacos and their fan favorite “Big Dave’s Wings,” which

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Street Cart Eats Brings Food Truck Rally and International Market to Brighton

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Brighton will soon be home to a new food truck project. Beginning in March, Street Cart Eats will host at least thirteen food trucks, three non-food vendors, a taproom, a mini-market and live music at 19 South Third Avenue. “We want to showcase different world cuisines that bring a variety of options for locals and traveling food enthusiasts that you can’t find any other place,” says Jason Powers, the project’s founder.

He’s run World Taco Fusion (WTF) food trucks in

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Food truck gave birth to Mesa restaurant | Business

Orvid and Maria Fernana Cutler opened their Venezuelan restaurant six months ago in downtown Mesa, but the Gilbert couple have been rolling with their dishes for a lot longer than that.

The Cutlers, who run Que Chevere (cay shev-ray), have been operating a food truck for four years after they chucked their previous jobs for the restaurant business, something they’d never been involved in before.

Orvid previously worked in mortgage banking and Maria at a web hosting company.

Maria moved to the U.S. in 2003 from Barquisimeto, Venezuela, and years later met Orvid, whose family moved to Arizona from

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