I have Time Warner Cable at home and was watch a cooking show channel one night and they had food trucks on there. I found that very interesting and am a good cook so decided to have my own food truck. We don't seem to have them around here yet so it should go great. It's a bit expensive but not as expensive as buying a building. A ready to go food truck with all the features costs around 60K but I can do it for less if I get a truck and fix it up and buy the fryer and things to put in it.
When I was younger we bought an old school bus and turned it into an RV so I know I can do this. I think I could save 20 to 30 thousand if I do it right. That will make starting out much easier. I need to sit down and work on the menu too but I still need to decide if the menu should come first or I should do the truck and then decide what I can cook in it. Both seem to have their logical advantages.
It seems good to concentrate on the dishes to make and I could make the truck to suit the menu to a point. If I did fried and baked foods then I might not have enough room in the truck for all of the equipment. So if I do the truck first then I can make the menu work around the equipment already in it but that could wind up being limiting more than I want.
After that it is just a matter of getting a permit and deciding where to park because I have sales and cooking experience already. I know this is going to be great.Discover A Lot More