From the first time I ate at a “food truck” that wasn’t at the state fair, I knew I was hooked. Fresh food, in an instant, for a great price… sign me up any day.
Food trucks have been blowing up everywhere thanks to the Great Food Truck Race on the Food Network. Not going to lie, I watched it one day when they ran a marathon. It made me want to start my own food truck here in Tulsa. Still debating…open to brainstorming and brilliant ideas.
But news flash – there ARE already food trucks in Tulsa. Here is the info, check them out and maybe I’ll see you there.
Teri Fermo’s Filipino Food Truck
7 to 11 a.m. Saturdays at the Cherry Street Farmers Market
15th Street and Peoria Avenue (in front of Cafe Cubana)
8 a.m. to noon Wednesdays at the Brookside Farmers Market
northeast corner of 41st Street and Peoria Avenue (market opens May 4)
Vegetarian Filipino breakfast – garlic fried rice with two over-medium Oklahoma eggs
Lechon – salt-roasted, chopped pork belly cooked until the fat is rendered with a crunchy skin
Oklahoma-style biscuits and gravy
Spanish tortilla – vegetarian omelet cooked like a pancake with potatoes, onion and cilantro-lime aioli
Tapa – flat-grilled garlic and soy-glazed sliced Black Angus sirloin beef with garlic fried rice and eggs
Angie’s Street Eats
Third & Boulder Avenue during lunchtime Thursday and Friday, also at Mayfest.
Lamb sliders with lettuce and cucumber yogurt
Lemon pine nut tabouli salad
Sweet potato fries with cranberry ketchup
Thai shrimp skewers with spicy orange sauce
Chocolate walnut brownies
Papaya ice cream
Zippy Nom Noms
11 a.m. to 2 p.m. and 5 to 8 p.m. Monday through Friday
Southeast corner of 41st Street and Peoria Avenue
Gyros with handmade tzatziki sauce