The best food trucks in every state serve restaurant-quality food that has folks lining up around the block for a taste.
Across the country, more than 20,000 food trucks roam the streets each day. To determine the best food truck in every state, we approached it much in the same way as The 101 Best Food Trucks in America, taking a deep dive into each state’s food truck scene via review and social media sites like Yelp, Twitter and Instagram. When it comes to food trucks, it’s the locals and regulars who really do know best. Food truck owners are some of the hardest-working folks in the restaurant industry, and we hope our list inspires you to support the local food trucks in your town.
Hoop: I found this tid-bit of info discovered by Tom Fitton to be somewhat revealing. Former U.S. Ambassador to Ukraine, Marie Yovanovitch, initiated a request for State Dept. officials to conduct surveillance on: Jack Posobiec, Donald Trump Jr., Laura Ingraham, Sean Hannity, Michael McFaul (Obama’s ambassador to Russia), Dan Bongino, Ryan Saavedra, Rudy Giuliani, Sebastian Gorka, John Solomon, Lou Dobbs, Pamella Geller and Sara Carter. Judicial Watch has obtained information indicating Yovanovitch may have violated laws and government regulations by ordering subordinates to target certain U.S. persons using State Department resources. Yovanovitch reportedly ordered monitoring keyed to the following search terms: Biden, Giuliani, Soros and Yovanovitch. Judicial Watch has filed a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request with the State Department and will continue gathering facts from government sources. Prior to being recalled as ambassador to Ukraine in the spring Yovanovitch reportedly created a list of individuals who were to be monitored via social media and other means. Ukraine embassy staff made the request to the Washington D.C. headquarters office of the department’s Bureau of European and Eurasian Affairs. After several days, Yovanovitch’s staff was informed that the request was illegal and the monitoring either ceased or was concealed via the State Department Global Engagement Center, which has looser restrictions on collecting information.