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Eating Out - October 14, 2011

Edgewood keeps on eating

Food-truck picnics continue monthly through the winter

by Sheila Himmel

On their first trip to Edgewood Eats, Palo Alto residents Lenore and Carl Jones circled the wagons, all 11 of them. This is a good strategy, because the food-truck menus range from duck confit spring rolls (Little Green Cyclo) to barbecued ribs (Armadillo Willy's, BBQ Kalbi) and change every time.

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