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Food truck trend brings dining options to Laurel
Food truck trend brings dining options to Laurel

With food coming off the grill and going into Styrofoam containers, the food truck business is smokin' hot, sparking a nationwide culinary revolution. Over the last decade, the action has rolled south from Baltimore and north from Washington to Laurel, teasing and tantalizing discerning palettes from dawn to dusk. The mobile vehicles, which emanate a cloud of wood and charcoal smoke and exhaust fumes, create a cocktail in the shape of a huge carbon footprint. Still, loyal followers endure blistering heat and arctic cold in order to get their foodie fix. The fad that began in Los Angeles and spread east has hatched web sites that find and dissect the best of the best. One Laurel...