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The truck stops here

A small fleet of local roadside vendors has many well-fed fans

Barrett Anderson, a Boston musician known for his 'renegade blues,' is the in-house musician at Silk Road BBQ in Belmont. Ed Cornelia (right) owns the food shack and Ned Flood is his guest chef. Barrett Anderson, a Boston musician known for his "renegade blues," is the in-house musician at Silk Road BBQ in Belmont. Ed Cornelia (right) owns the food shack and Ned Flood is his guest chef. (Dina Rudick/Globe Staff)
By Naomi Kooker
Globe Correspondent / April 22, 2009

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The West Coast has its taco trucks and more recently, Korean barbecue on wheels; New York boasts miles of trucks (4,100) selling American, Middle Eastern, and Asian fare. But in Boston, food trucks have never been as much a part of the landscape as in other urban areas. There's falafel, Chinese food, gyros, and The Sausage Guy at Fenway Park. ... (Full article: 482 words)

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