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Long days mired in mechanical challenges, triple-digit temperatures and lines snaking the length of the truck are the norm in the region’s booming food truck scene. With all those bumps along the way — and make no mistake, every food truck driver is almost as much a mechanic as they are a chef — it could be easy to lose sight of the best part, which at Mile High Cajun is seeing a few hundred happy customers walk away with a bellyful of po’ boys, grits and jambalaya
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“People like sweet, fat and salty and a ramen bowl delivers that,” he said. “You get sweetness from the pork and soy and saltiness and fat from the broth. It’s very comforting.”
A 4-ounce glass of white wine or session ale loads about 130 calories or so onto your day. But a sumptuous imperial stout? Tipping over 300 calories there
Pumpkin may be king when we think of fall foods, but there are other often underrated comfort foods that help us ease into shorter days and longer nights, according to food experts.