Friday, July 6, 2012
Photos © 2012 Brian Adams
Walk the streets of Anchorage in the summertime, and you'll see it everywhere: food. Delicious food. Sold from carts, stands, tents, trailers, and trucks. At the markets, in random parking lots, in an alley, and on the street.
It isn't fast food in the way we typically think of fast food. It's prepared locally—not processed, packaged, and frozen somewhere else before making its way up here to be reheated and handed out of a window. There's usually one person behind it, and you can talk to him or her about where it came from and why. It isn't exactly the same every time, because good food never is.
No, it isn't fast food. It's just mobile.
Read Ash's full story in this week's Anchorage Press!
Posted by brian adams at 10:13 PM