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Street Foodie Diaries is a production of

creative illusions Productions

Raleigh Video Production Mail: info@streetfoodiediaries.com

Season One was shot in the Raleigh-Durham area of North Carolina during the summer of 2013. Besides being the home base for creative illusions Productions, the production company for the show, the area has over 80 great food trucks.

Mama Duke’s is a father and son team. Labeled “a taste of the Mediterranean with a Southern flair”, Michael and Mike Alexakis fire up some incredible flavor combinations.

Mama Duke’s

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We are a unique mobile food concept serving the Raleigh/Durham area. CJ’s Street Food serves "Chef-Inspired Street Food."  We specialize in Asian fusion tacos and burritos!

CJ’s Street Food

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Detroit style pizza - or as they call it in Detroit…”pizza”.

Klausie’s Pizza

Sarge’s menu features "Chop Soul." That's down-home cooking with an Asian/Caribbean flair. Some would call it ‘low country’ style. No matter what it’s called, it’s really good!

Sarge's Chef On Wheels

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Gussy’s is a family based truck, and a good looking family it is! If you love authentic Greek fare done by an authentic Greek, this is where you need to be.

Gussy’s Greek Street Food

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“Crab Balls”. There - that should be enough.

Barone Meatball Company

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A kick ass husband & wife BBQ slingin', food truck operatin' team! Low & Slow is how they roll. Natural fruit woods add a pleasant smokiness, that gives our Bar-B-Que it's signature taste.

The Humble Pig

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Welsh Rarebit, speck, figs - just a small sampling of the ingredients used in American Meltdown’s incredible grilled cheese sandwiches. Did I mention Fried Brussels Sprouts with rémoulade as a side?

American Meltdown

Cupcakes, cake shots, ice cream…oh my!

Sweet Trucks

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Gussy’s is a family based truck, and a good looking family it is! If you love authentic Greek fare done by an authentic Greek, this is where you need to be.

Pie Pushers

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Detroit style pizza - or as they call it in Detroit…”pizza”.

Mac-Ur-Roni

Sarge’s menu features "Chop Soul." That's down-home cooking with an Asian/Caribbean flair. Some would call it ‘low country’ style. No matter what it’s called, it’s really good!

Baguettaboutit

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Just to prove that we had fun, here’s some of what everybody loves - outtakes and bloopers!

Outtakes!

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Sweet Traditions

Cakes by Caren

Tarheel Creamery

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