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Epicurious.com: Recipes, Menus, Cooking Articles & Food Guides. Big Gay Ice Cream - About. Throughout their years living in New York City, Douglas Quint and Bryan Petroff had always focused on their respective careers — until they got themselves a Big Gay Ice Cream Truck.

Big Gay Ice Cream - About

Their seasonal truck debuted in June 2009, and since then, the business has seen a whirlwind of publicity and has become a New York favorite. With a playful attitude, Big Gay Ice Cream spins a new take on old-school soft-serve by creating fun and unique ice creams, toppings, and frozen treats that appeal to a diverse mix of clientele. To help bring rainbow sprinkles and Salty Pimps to ice cream lovers year-round, the first Big Gay Ice Cream Shop opened in September 2011 in New York City’s East Village, followed by a West Village location in December 2012.

In June 2012, Dessert Professional featured Big Gay Ice Cream in their 10 best ice cream parlors in the U.S. issue. Currently, Douglas and Bryan are focusing on growing the Big Gay Ice Cream brand. The 26 Healthiest Food Trucks in America. Eating street meat straight out of a roach coach — not exactly the most glamorous outpost for people looking for a quick bite.

The 26 Healthiest Food Trucks in America

But lucky us, street vendors are hitting the road and glamming up fast food. We rounded up 26 of the best food trucks across the U.S. with meals on wheels that take a healthy, innovative, sustainable, and gourmet approach to standard street fare. Good Humor trucks may have been at the forefront of mobile treats, but now gourmet sandwiches, smoothies and salads are taking over. Here’s where to find the best of the best: 1. Photo: Blenders and Bowls Look out for this bright yellow truck with matching bananas strewn across the service window. 2. Photo: Jennifer Ngo This baby blue truck makes the majority of its drinks, dressings, and desserts from scratch. 3. Photo: The Cinnamon Snail With a vegan and organic menu that changes seasonally, the snail features breakfast burritos and some pretty gourmet sandwiches when lunchtime rolls around. 4. Photo: Clover Food Lab. Food trucks News & Topics. Food Trucks Today's Most Read 5 Frugal Habits of the World's Richest People 10 Practices for Becoming a Self-Made Millionaire 12 Mind Tricks That Will Make People Like You and Help You Get Ahead 7 Ways to Network Like a Millionaire 7 Lessons From Entrepreneurs Who Kept Their Day Jobs While Starting Their Businesses A Food Truck Isn't Just About the Food.

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Top street eats: ‘101 Best Food Trucks in America’  Jacob E.

Top street eats: ‘101 Best Food Trucks in America’ 

Osterhout/New York Daily News New York's Red Hook Lobster Pound surpassed Kogi BBQ, last year's winner, to claim the top spot. There is no shortage of street-side gourmet food available across the country, but with all of the intriguing and delicious-smelling options out there, how is a hungry meal seeker supposed to choose where to eat? The Daily Meal recently released its second annual list of the 101 Best Food Trucks in America, which can help undecided diners narrow the field while providing traveling foodies with a bucket list of must-visit vendors.

For its 2013 ranking, The Daily Meal's staffers sought out hundreds of street vendors in dozens of cities. Los Angeles had the most street vendors on the list, with 16 making the cut. Ten New York food trucks made the list, with the Red Hook Lobster Pound Truck surpassing last year's Los Angeles-based winner Kogi BBQ to claim the top spot. Linda Rosier for the New York Daily News Here are the top 15: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.