Where It At? Food Truck Edition

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What it is: A sandwich of some sort and a dessert.
Hint: Each comes from a food truck.
Extra hint: But not from the same truck.

Where it at? As in which vendor.
What exactly is it? Meaning the specific menu item.
What to do? Take a guess and post in the comments section below.
What we do: Have a cup of coffee. Chill. Wait for the results to pour in and then respond.
Is there another truck round-up tonight? Glad you asked. Yes, show up at Biscayne Boulevard and 47th Street, behind Publix, between 6 and 10 p.m. and you can likely find both of the pictured items, as well as lots more, to indulge in.

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