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Good Karma Kitchen food truck gets a shot at fame on Friday, courtesy of CookingChannel
Good Karma Kitchen, the gourmet gluten-free vegetarian food truck specializing in comfort food, is the latest local food purveyor to get a shot on food TV. You can get a shot too: Scuttle on over to 1717 McKinney Ave. on Friday, where the food truck is being filmed for a show on the Cooking Channel.
One of the owners called for comers on Thursday night, on the truck's Facebook page:
In just a few short hours, the Cooking Channel/Food Network will be filming our truck! Show your love of our food by joining us at 1717 McKinney Ave. from 11 am to 2 pm and get your 15 minutes of fame with the Good Karma Kitchen truck! Filming starts at 7 am and ends at 5 pm, but the real action is during lunch service from 11-2! See you there!"
As a special dish, the truck is preparing vegan espresso chocolate mousse. Good Karma was one of four food trucks in Dallas-Fort Worth that competed for a spot on the show.
Things have been busy busy for Good Karma: It's been in residence at the State Fair of Texas, providing an outpost for vegan food. The truck has been stationed in the Food and Fiber Pavilion, where it's been serving vegan tamales with bloody Mary relish and gluten-free vodka peach buckles.
The truck will also be at the Texas State Veggie Fair at Reverchon Park October 21.