At Friday's Gathering, win a food truck visit to your home or office

  •, @thejollypig   The first time you see this hot pink food truck, it's hard not to giggle at the paint job. And co-owner Joann Calwell is just so, uh, jolly, you can't help but smile. The Jolly Pig serves sliders, but the truck's specialty is the selection of four kinds of pulled pork tacos: Korean BBQ, Peking Pork, Jamaican Jerk and the daily special. You can order two tacos for $8 or three for $11 -- or mix and match them. That might be what we love most about Jolly Pig: options. Everybody loves options.   Credit cards: Yes   Try this: We paired the Korean BBQ taco with the Peking Pork taco -- the Pig's two most popular items, according to Calwell. While the Peking Pork taco had better texture (thanks to the French fried onions), we swooned over the Korean BBQ taco's irresistibly spicy homemade sauce. The pulled pork was as tender as it gets, nestled in an even softer taco. This is food truck fare at its best: Unassuming, unexpected and utterly delicious., @thejollypig The first time you see this… (Colby Ware, Baltimore Sun )
August 06, 2012|By Richard Gorelick | The Baltimore Sun

The Gathering returns to the Baltimore Museum of Industry this Friday. Almost 20 food trucks are expected to attend this time. But here's the big attraction.

They're giving away a food-truck visit.

Guests at the Gathering will enter the contest by texting to a number that will be posted on the food trucks. The winner, who will be randomly chosen at 9 p.m., will be able to have the truck of their choice show up at their home or office. That's all according to Damian Bohager, who's been organizing the rallies.

"It will be like bringing your favorite restaurant to your house," Bohager said.

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