The tan­ta­lizing aromas of earthy empanadas and tangy bar­becue chicken min­gling in the air lure a small crowd to the rum­bling, bright red truck parked smack in the middle of North­eastern University’s Snell Library Quad.

Out­side the Hungry Hungry Husky food truck, stu­dents and pro­fes­sors jockey to scan the menu. Reaching up to a delivery window for a heaping tray of pita chips and some fresh gua­camole, Lauryn Coc­coli gushes, “Ah, you’re the best, thank you so much!” She is met with an appre­cia­tive nod by a worker inside the school’s food truck.

 

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