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Meals on wheels, for a couple bucks

Everybody’s sold on Food Truck Festival (and sold out, too)

Jessica Cheng (left), Phoebe Kuo, and Maya Hartono, all of Cambridge, ate in line at the first Boston Food Truck Festival Sunday in the South End. Jessica Cheng (left), Phoebe Kuo, and Maya Hartono, all of Cambridge, ate in line at the first Boston Food Truck Festival Sunday in the South End. (Pat Greenhouse/Globe Staff)
By Ike DeLorenzo
Globe Correspondent / August 11, 2010

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Last Sunday at 10 a.m., just before the inaugural Boston Food Truck Festival officially started, 50 people were already in line for an improbable breakfast at Boston Speed’s Famous Dog Wagon. Another early line at Lincoln Street’s espresso truck was, thankfully, a bit shorter. (Full article: 430 words)

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