The dynamic 4th generation Austinite and trailer food guru Tiffany Harelik offers a fun blend of professional enthusiasm and sexy hometown charm that the broader foodie & locavore audiences will find both humorous and interesting. With her masters degree in Health Psychology, and a passion for sustainable health and green living, Tiffany is a strong advocate in eating locally, minimizing negative environmental impact and leaving the camp site a little better place than when she set up the tent. She has been engaged in a number of visionary projects and enjoys yoga, biking and playing with her foster dogs from the Heart of Texas Labrador Rescue. She also loves equestrian sports, cooking for friends, traveling and writing.
The mantra that the three most important aspects of real estate are location, location, and location is true, not only for standard bricks-and-mortar restaurants, but for food trailers as well. … Continue Reading
Food Safety Permits Food preparation is regulated on a state-by-state and city-by-city basis, but it is illegal to prepare and cook food at your private residence for public consumption anywhere in … Continue Reading
If you own a food trailer, people naturally assume you have mobile capabilities. Take advantage of your wheels by getting your trailer to special events. Festivals Some of the biggest … Continue Reading