Cheesy burritos, gator bites and the all-popular empanadas are just some of the options straight off a food truck.
Tom Waggestad went from a three piece suit to four wheels on the road.
"I was in the hospitality business," he said.
Like hundreds of thousands of others, the recession left him without a job and few conventional options. So, he opted for something different.
More and more food trucks are setting up shop. Financial experts are saying in this struggling job economy, that's a really good sign.
Economists say the rise in the number of food trucks is a direct result of the rise in unemployment.
Now, people are doing for themselves what the government hasn't been able to do.