Friday, we went down to the monthly food truck festival, Truckeroo, near Nationals Park in Washington, D.C. And we talked to the hard-working folks taking orders and cooking in a hot truck for 12 hours about what they like to eat while they’re working.
A worker at Red Hook Lobster Pound, a popular truck that trades in both Maine and Connecticut lobster rolls says he wants to eat anything but lobster. The in-kind swap seems to be something many of the truck workers look forward to, both as a way to check out the competition and to try something new.


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That’s because we see food trucks, and really, any food sold on the street to people on the go, as a big part of the future of food. We found frozen cheesecake and banh mi, falafel and grilled cheese, and everything in between. And really, isn’t trying something new without leaving home—like a frozen strawberry cheesecake wedge on a stick, covered in chocolate or a jerk chicken kabob—why we all love food trucks?





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