Layered Guacamole and White Bean Dip
Serves: Serves 8-10 people
Prep time: 25 min.
Cook time: 25 min
Orange County health inspectors are cracking down on Los Angeles food trucks – a move that will likely prevent top trucks from selling gourmet street food to locals.
"This is it. We're done," said Michele Grant, chef/co-founder of the insanely popular Grilled Cheese Truck.
The Los Angeles truck, known for serving gourmet grilled cheese sandwiches stuffed with mac and cheese and barbecue pork, made its final Orange County stop last week at the OC Fair in Costa Mesa.
At issue is the upcoming expiration of temporary permits that Los Angeles food trucks were issued by the county's Environmental Health division. When Los Angeles truck operators first expressed interest in coming to Orange County more than a year ago, the health department issued them temporary permits valid for special and recurring events such as the OC Fair's two weekly food truck stops.
But that grace period is coming to end for many trucks, said Denise Fennessy, assistant director at the county's Health Care Agency.
Read more at the OC Register
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