Entry is free, but tastings at Joe's, Jin Patisserie, N'Ice Cream, and others will cost you.
A split menu combines ho-hum Mexican and more inspired U.S. comfort eats.
KO Catering and Pies will bring Vegemite to the masses.
Plus more in our morning news roundup.
The City Council continues blundering through the issue of food trucks.
Dante Gonzalez beats out The Dim Sum and Frysmith with his chicken nuggets and "crack sauce."
"I have great respect for those who do molecular gastronomy but I don';t think it has legs," says the Wilshire chef.
Rather than throw random trucks at its crowd, the city-site has picked a solid five contenders.
These locavore mini-burgers use pork from Niman Ranch and Imperial Valley wagyu.
Owners promise "to make a lot of money" on their mobile, whole fruit, organic treats.
A blog forms to question conspiracy theories in The Great Food Truck Race.
In addition to sustainable seafood, the Big Daddy kane-quoting Neil MacLeoud honors his native Scotland by donning a kilt for a fish and chips he calls "The Frylander."
Three of Philly's food trucks will be the first from outside New York to participate in the event.
Plus, the Parks Department seeks Rockaway Beach concessionaires.
The bacon truck finally arrives today, with a full launch on Monday.
An ice-cream truck, a slush truck, a Chinatown sugar puller, and more.
Looking to the tradition of Hawker Centres, the truck plans satay, curry, and fried bee hoon.
Michelle Obama addresses the National Restaurant Association and the avant garde pop performer offends some vegans and vegetarians.
The L.A. Weekly critic fights to save what's become a cultural icon.
"Ten percent of the top 200 chains will have trucks on the road within the next 24 months."