Food Truck Wars

By R. Stickney and Marianne Kushi
|  Friday, Oct 29, 2010  |  Updated 1:42 PM PDT
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Under a time crunch, two food trucks - MiHo and ChopSuey competed in hopes of winning over Marianne and Jason with their favorite entrees.

Under a time crunch, two food trucks - MiHo and ChopSuey competed in hopes of winning over Marianne and Jason with their favorite entrees.

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MiHo GastroTruck Focuses on Good Food

MiHo GastroTruck travels all around San Diego serving up their specialty menu on the street. Jason chats with the owners,Juan Miran and Kevin Ho, to find out what makes their food truck a San Diego must.

Chop-sooey: Deborah Scott's New Toy

San Diego chef, Deborah Scott, shows off her new brainchild - A mobile food truck called Chop-sooey.
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Mobile food trucks are the latest rage from L.A. to New York.

From sushi to curry to barbecue the truck owners tweet their location on Twitter and people follow.

The newest food truck on the streets is Chop-sooey, the brainchild of one the most well known chefs in the country, Deborah Scott.

MiHo Gastrotruck first rolled out this summer. Now, they are so successful that it's hard to keep up with the demand.

Both trucks met in downtown San Diego on Friday morning to create one entrée and one side dish in the NBC 7/39 News in the Morning Food Truck Wars.

From Chop-sooey: the el-Pignini, a Panini sandwich with a Cuban twist, along with some homemade chips.

From MiHo Gastrotruck: persimmon and pomegranate salad and porkbelly sandwich.

The war was a tie with both entries blowing away the hosts of the morning show, Marianne Kushi and Jason Austell.

To find out locations, follow the trucks on Twitter @choptruck and @MiHogastrotruck.
 

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