The idea of “Taco Trucks on every corner” is not a bad idea. Food trucks, in general, are popular in areas such as college campuses, factories, various community events. At the University of Akron, when I was there ten years ago, there was a guy with his food truck selling Gyros. For anyone who has been asleep for years, Gyros are yummy sandwich sort of “wrap” things, special meat, sautéed onions and peppers, maybe some tomatoes, and delicious cucumber/sour cream sauce. ooooh, I’m hungry now. The Gyro truck was located in a more strategic location than the school food court/cafeteria/snack bar…and always had a booming business of hungry students and professors. The price was affordable. the food fresh and good tasting.
SO, when I first heard it, I was favorably impressed with the prospect of this “Taco Truck” business in spite of it being a denigrating nickname intended as an insult to Hillary Clinton’s campaign—presumeably a warning by a Donald Trump Surrogate apparently opining that Tacos were somehow gauche, and trucks selling Tacos was somehow a bad thing that Mrs. Clinton would force upon us when she becomes POTUS.
Aside from the obvious…having good food readily available at a reasonable price…there is an even better advantage— Tacos are inherently NUTRITIOUS food!
As one of my professors pointed out once in a class about indigenous health habits, the the general diet has always included basic substinence items of Corn, Beans, Rice, and vegetables such as tomatoes, lettuce or other greens, onions, some peppers, and meat—what could be more nutrious than that? Besides, serving is easy…just fill up a Taco shell (corn,) or wrap up the good stuff in a soft flour tortilla. OK technically that’s a Burrito…but specific terminology is optional at a Taco Truck.
The government could even subsidize Taco Trucks–and do a double purpose of encouraging good nutrition for the masses in the bargain. Could be a boon to vegetable farmers, too.
WHO doesn’t like Tacos?