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L.A.'s Stellar Street Food 

January 7, 2013
From the Grilled Cheese and Cool Haus Ice Cream Sandwich Trucks to Korean tacos, Street Dogs, and the classic Mexican food of the Prime Time Cuisine truck, the streets of Los Angeles have a plethora of delicious mobile options you can enjoy. Here is our tribute to some of L.A.'s great street food.
Susan Slade Sanchez
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From the Grilled Cheese and Cool Haus Ice Cream Sandwich Trucks to Korean tacos, Street Dogs, and the classic Mexican food of the Prime Time Cuisine truck, the streets of Los Angeles have a plethora of delicious mobile options you can enjoy. Here is our tribute to some of L.A.'s great street food.
Published on January 7, 2013

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