CFN Gazette staff
Here’s the thing, David Gregory Gee: We’ve all had it up to “here” with
how hot it’s been. Yes, it sucks. But that doesn’t mean we can just rip
all our clothes off and run nekkid through the neighbor’s lawn
Food and Drink Features Kinsey Crocker
The food truck trend in Oklahoma City is switching gears. Some of the metro’s favorite mobile meal sites are opening brick-and-mortar locations, while some of the most popular local restaurants may start putting it in drive.