CLEVELAND - Beginning in April, Chris Hodgson hit the streets of Cleveland in a converted FedEx truck, delivering not packages, but gourmet meals to the people of Northeast Ohio.
The truck, named Dim and Den Sum, has been nominated to appear on the next season of the Food Network’s “The Great Food Truck Race.” Cleveland’s truck is currently in the top of the rankings, second only to Big Truck Tacos, of Oklahoma City, Okla. The winning truck will also receive $10,000.
Dim and Den Sum offers Cleveland “a mashup of regional American comfort foods with an occasional Asian Flair,” according to the truck’s website.
Menu titles include the Foodie Burger, Southern Dawg and one of the favorites, Chicken and Waffle taco.
To vote for Dim and Den Sum as America's Favorite Food Truck, visit their website and click on Ohio, then Cleveland. In return, voters are entered to win a trip to the Food Network's New York City Food & Wine Festival.
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