I was raised in the deep South during the 1970’s. One of my all-time favorite movies, which was filmed during that same time period and at a location not too far from where I grew up, is Deliverance. It tells the story of four men who go on a river rafting trip down the Chattooga River, only to run into some mountain men who don’t exactly welcome them with open arms. In the most famous scene (“squeal like a pig”) one of the mountain men rapes a member of the group. But the scene that sticks with me the most is the one that immediately follows.

Food Trucks: Cooking Up a Jurisdictional Dispute

foodtruckI love food trucks. They’re just cool. It’s no wonder they’re the latest craze among foodies. Most of them put out surprisingly good fare (not just street tacos, but all types of cuisine) and what’s really nice is they often come to you. But before there was social media, you never knew where a food truck was going to be. Now with Twitter and other social media, you can know where a particular food truck will be at any given time. There are even apps to help you find them.

Since I’m a big fan of food trucks, I couldn’t wait to see the new movie Chef. It tells the story of a renowned chef at a Los Angeles bistro who’s getting ready for a big night because a famous food critic is coming to review his latest work.