Midwest Food Truck Finds
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Pi on the Spot, St. Louis (pictured) It seems like heresy: four types of Chicago-style deep-dish pizza in a town known for thin crust. But you won't be able to resist the cornmeal crust with toppings, cheese and sauce piled on, in that order. pi-pizza.com
The Southern Mac and Cheese Truck, Chicago As if mac and cheese wasn't delectable enough, this truck sells pasta loaded with toppings. Try the truffle white cheddar or the Mexican chorizo with pepper Jack cheese. thesouthernmac.com
C-Town Chow Down, Cleveland One Saturday each month, several of the city's food trucks swarm to a single location, creating a buffet of incredible variety. Visitors might find dim sum, barbecue, Moroccan stew or cupcakes. facebook.com/ctownchowdown
Dim and Den Sum, Cleveland Get to this truck early for the best selection; even then, expect to wait a while in line for the signature PBLT, a dumpling made with pulled pork, bacon, lettuce, tomato and spicy sriracha. (216) 771-4000; dimanddensum.com
Midwest Living® tip: If you don't want to chase a food truck, plan to visit when a bunch of them park together. Cleveland, Kansas City and Ann Arbor, Michigan, all have one-stop grazing.