he history of American food trucks dates back many years as mobile dining and street food have been part of American’s dining habits since the late 17th century where it could be found in many of the larger cities on the east coast. Since then, food trucks have taken a front seat in the world of American street food and are part of an ongoing food revolution.
RankTribe™ Presents a list of our favorite Black-owned Food Trucks across the United States.
Originally posted at: https://blog.ranktribe.com/2018/04/27/20-black-owned-food-trucks-to-covet/
Chef O’Shinga RamaShinga Has Been A Student Of The Culinary Arts And Sciences Since 2009. A Graduate Of Le Cordon Bleu College Of Culinary Arts In 2011, Chef RamaShinga Has Been Specializing In Vegetarian And Ayurvedic-inspired Cooking.
Dirty Dishes offers some of your favorite culinary creations, with a not-so-traditional twist. Examples include our “Dirty Mac”, which is a macaroni and cheese dish made with smoked gouda, crawfish, and turkey tasso.
Owner of Bred, Tambo Barrow and myself have cooked up a BBQ menu collaborating our signature sandwiches with some creative bold flavors and some classic BBQ favorites. We’re striving to make this a unique experience, so come by, have a beer and enjoy some BBQ!
This is a story of two lawyers who turned into foodies. It started in 2007 at Howard University School of Law where Nnamdi Nwaneri and Na’Im Moses first met.