About The Show
When I’m not talking to food truck owners, I love spending time talking to other food truck foodies. And let’s just say I share similar interests and passions with today’s guest.
Lamount London is not only a music artist with a culinary background, but is also a food truck foodie, especially in his home of New Orleans. Today we share his journey into the culinary arts, how his passion for food and music go hand in hand, the landscape of New Orleans Cuisine, some of his favorite local trucks and much more!
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Season 4 Sponsorship Now Open!
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New Book for Aspiring Food Truck Owners
So many times a new food trucker approaches me with questions and problems regarding their food truck journey that could have been reduced or eliminated had they known information before they launched their truck. The
Food Truck Scholar presents our first ebook: “Before You Launch Your Food Truck: 8 Questions Every Aspiring Food Trucker Should Ask.” Available in PDF ebook on our website as well as Amazon paperback and Kindle. This ebook is packed with tips, and suggestions to help you prepare for the journey, but also questions to help you decide if this is the journey for you.
Call for Season 4 Podcast Guests
Ready to share your food truck journey with Ariel and the rest of The Food Truck Scholar family? Signup now for the Season 4 waitlist. Spaces are being filled fast so don’t miss your spot!
FREE Checklist: 7 Things To Do If You're Looking for a Food Truck Builder
Are you looking to get a custom built food truck but overwhelmed on where to start the process? If so, grab a copy of my free checklist “7 Things To Do If You’re Looking for a Food Truck Builder.” This checklist not only outlines things to do before you speak to a food truck manufacturer but also the things to look for the a good builder. Click HERE!