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The Year's Best Food Trend

The Year's Best Food Trend

In our Best of 2009 coverage, we wanted to know what your favorite food trends of the year were. There were more faddish foods than we could include, but among the most hyped of the year were hot dogs, nose-to-tail cooking, fried chicken, and any dish bearing an egg. Ultimately, the street food sensation came out on top with a fifth of your votes — although recession vegetarianism, with its environmental, economic, and health benefits, received nearly a fifth of the vote, too. We have to agree: while we're sick of hearing about food trucks, Twitter-happy mobile kitchens are often more experimental with food and are certainly more recession-friendly for customers and restaurateurs alike.

Share your thoughts on food trucks. Are they a fleeting trend or here to stay?

Source: Flickr User sherrymain

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greenapplelover greenapplelover 7 years
Hmm apart from a hot dog stand there is nothing like this near my campus!
Baby-Girl Baby-Girl 7 years
I work on a college campus, adjacent to another university and food trucks are a part of our lives. We have some pretty decent choices here and they are going nowhere.
KadBunny KadBunny 7 years
If there's one thing I love about LA it's the abundance of taco trucks. God I love Mexican food. On-the-go? Hells yes. :D
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