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Food Trucks Taking Sidewalks By Storm

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Food Trucks Taking Sidewalks By Storm

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Food Trucks Taking Sidewalks By Storm

Food Trucks Taking Sidewalks By Storm

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Food trucks are booming across the country, hawking everything from cupcakes to Korean tacos. Food writer Bethia Woolf explains how the food truck trend is playing out in Columbus, Ohio, and cart owner Kenny Kim dishes on the life of a Japanese crepe vendor.

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