5 Most Unique Food Trucks Around the World

Let's face it. In many places around the world, some of the best meals to be had are handed over to you from the side of kitted out truck. Whether offering urban fusion street food in the hopes of creating the next culinary hit or simply trying to make a living selling honest food in as straightforward and pragmatic manners as possible, there are loads of amazing food trucks parked and providing delicious dishes to the masses.

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Five St. Paul, MN Restaurants You Should Not Miss

The Twin Cities of Minneapolis/St. Paul are considered by many to be prime foodie destinations. Restaurants in both of these cities are on the cutting edge of gastronomy – including a commitment to “farm-to-fork” dish creation. For suggestions on where to eat in Minneapolis, see my post here [note to editor: link to one of my Minneapolis restaurant posts]. Here are my top five suggestions for stand-out restaurants in St. Paul.

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Five Foodie Finds in Fort Lauderdale

If you think Fort Lauderdale is all about golfing, shopping, and fun in the sun, think again. This relaxation mecca is also a foodie paradise. Here are five foodie finds worth checking out the next time you’re in Fort Lauderdale.

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The Best Food Shopping in Bologna

This is it – foodie central. If you crave all things edible and Italian, there's no better destination than Bologna. From classics to cutting edge if it's yummy and from Italy, the odds of finding it here are on your side. True gourmands may even want to consider taking an extra suitcase to ensure there's room for all the local delicacies and specialities worth bringing back home.

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Three of Bologna's Best Gelatos

It's among the most foodie-rific cities in the world and arguably the best place to visit for the most authentic and traditional Italian food. Even understandably proud gastronomes from other delicious destinations across Italy concede that, when it comes eating, Bologna is a strong contender for the country's top choice.

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