On this week’s episode of East to West, “Hungry Yet?,” we’re discussing three mouth-watering stories — on the opening of a burrito restaurant in Cambridge, a chef demonstration in the 808 Gallery, and the challenges food trucks face in Boston.
You can read more about the stories featured in this podcast at the following links:
Zambrero opens first American locations in Cambridge, Warwick: https://dfpress.co/2I7vBuj
Jacques Pépin demonstrates recipes from classic cookbook at 808 Gallery: https://dfpress.co/2IhVojr
Boston is the most difficult city for food trucks, report says: https://dfpress.co/2Gg4ZL6
This episode originally aired on April 2, 2018.
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