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Submissions: Food Truck Fantasy

Take a look at the GOOD community's deepest, darkest Food Truck Fantasies

GOOD readers adore eating well, and the overwhelming response to the Food Truck Fantasy Project affirmed this affection. What's striking about this project's submissions–beyond the care that went into each one–is the sentiment among participants that food is about so much more than eating: it's about telling stories, sharing different cultures, and changing lives (not to get sappy).


Check out the slideshow to tour our amazing submissions to the Food Truck Fantasy Project. Please vote for your favorite by commenting in the box below. We'll accept voting through November 3 and announce the winner in early November. We’ll also send a GOOD T-shirt and a free subscription (or gift subscription) to the winner.

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