Funny commentary on Boston’s food trucks by the Globe’s Brian McGrory.
[T]he thing that’s been one shade over the rainbow is Menino’s push for food trucks, which from my own limited understanding is food, inexplicably served on a truck.
Don’t get me wrong. I like trucks. I like it when they deliver supplies to the restaurants I patronize every day – nice restaurants, average restaurants, cheap restaurants, but all having things like walls, kitchens, typically tables, and notably, restrooms that the staff can use.
Why exactly do I need my food cooked in the crowded back end of a dilapidated truck by cooks who are constantly banging into each other as they try to roll a burrito? Dude?