Foodstock: One Night of Peas and Music (Photos)
Mac n' Food Truck serves vegan treats at Foodstock.
All photos by Laine Doss
Short Order's Foodstock: One Night of Peas and Music must have been blessed by the gods, because the weather was perfect for dining under the stars.
Thousands of people flocked to Foodstock at the Wynwood Arts District to listen to music, shop for crafts and dine from 30 food trucks.
New trucks The Baketress, Fireman Derek's World Famous Pies, and SFT Bistro (the second truck from the Slow Food Truck guys) were introducing their wares to the hippies and hippy wannabees out for the evening.
Manila Rice's Cecile Pangan serves up some balut.
Mercedes and Amanda give out free hugs.
Some of the performers at Foodstock.
Food truck favorite Latin Burger had a line most of the evening.
The Rolling Stove's Troy Thomas and some small friends in a jar (no, they're not on the menu).
Sebrina Taylor sells PETA-approved handbags.
Fireman Derek debuts his pie truck at Foodstock.
Jim Heins, Giselle Pinto, and Richard Hales get in the spirit of peace at Foodstock.
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