The Houston Fringe Festival final nite is today. If you get a chance to check out, look for a few of images from this Is This Houston hanging there.
Looking up at the temple on Delano St.
In the Houston Ship Channel
For the swamplot crew, taken within 500 ft of the intersection of Harrisburg and Wayside.
Fish & Shrimp
The milk tanks of Oak Farms Dairy on Leeland.
Did you know:
- each trailer tank holds approximately 6,250 gallons of milk,
- the trailer tank has three inch thick insulation,
- the average commercial cow produces 5 gallons of milk a day,
- that it would require 1,250 cows to fill up one trailer tank in a day!
So where are the cows?
A homage to the Taqueria Trucks of Houston. I love the artwork that adorns these trucks.
Tacos D Mundo – on Harrisburg East of Downtown Houston
Taqueria Mi-Tinos – Updating the menu – on Houston Ave
Taqueria Los Mexicanos – Harrisburg near the Railroad tracks
El Taconazo – parked on Staff Sergeant Marcario Garcia Drive (69th St) near Navigation
El Taco Del Gordo – last spotted rolling Eastbound on I-10 near Kirkwood
Elotes La Estrella – parked in front of the Fiesta on Fulton
Taqueria El Regio – At the intersection of Market St and Federal Road
Pollos Asados Al Carbon – this one is smoking!
Que Pollaso! – Where old school buses go to die.
Don Chenchos Taqueria – on Lawndale near Telephone – also know as little Mexico
Taqueria El Primo – Lots of cheap tacos at this one
El Regio Antojitos – the location of the propane tanks on the back of this one is not a smart move by this vendor
Taqueria Anabel – On Shepherd just north of I-10 – at least the propane tank on this one is on the front of the trailer
Taqueria El Quetzal – this one features a beautiful painting of Lago de Atitlan, Guatemala. This truck usually hopping between construction sites in Hyde Park/Montrose.
Hopefully, Houston wont go the way of LA and New Orleans issuing bans on these mobile caterers.
Which ones have you been to?