Produce trucks in L.A.
"Unlike most food trucks, they don't serve hot meals on crowded city streets to urbanites on their lunch breaks. Instead, these trucks deliver produce, sweets and little household necessities to thousands of doorsteps each day.
As they mosey along residential roads, they also provide threads of community life and ethnic commerce that bind immigrants to the customs of their homelands."
Benjamin Cruz's signature honk — three quick toots and a long beep — announces his arrival on a north Pasadena street. A woman in fur-lined slippers shuffles toward the open back of his boxy white truck and peers into a colorful splash of groceries and sundries. Her young daughter, Hanna, trails along, giggling and chasing a skittish...
Great idea. I had some amazing tamales (not that they're healthy) on Telegraph during Art Murmur. Convincing them to come en masse requires a crowd.
Maybe it would be possible to pilot a petit-version of your idea: three trucks, three styles of ethnic cooking.