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Trailer Foodie fans, I am super excited to announce the Trailer Food Diaries: Cookbook is coming to bookshelves near you in 2011! Would you like to know how Patika Coffee brews their single cup pourover so you can treat your sweetheart to a cup of joe in bed? Want to try your hand at baking Cutie Pie's Fredericksburg Peach Blackberry Pie for your next bridal shower? How about impressing the guests with Royito's famous guacamole dip for a superbowl party? Spice it up at your next dinner party with a Thai Chicken Karaage recipe from the East Side King himself or serve up a rotisserie chicken with onion marmelade from the Jalopy. Hungry? Stay tuned for info on pre-purchasing this unique cookbook that combines good food, pretty pictures, and special stories. You can get on our email list by emailing: tiffany@trailerfooddiaries.com

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Tiffany is the Sarah Jessica Parker of the Underground Trailer Food Scene. Read as this 4th generation Austinite navigates airstream-adventures through the city in her blog, printed guide and Gypsy Picnic trailer food festival. Stay tuned for what will be on TV and in the book stores! http://www.trailerfooddiaries.com (credit for top photo: JTpics.com)

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Trailer Food Diaries — they would be the folks that were behind the Gypsy Picnic Trailer Food Festival — have announced they're working on a food truck cookbook. The book will contain recipes from food trucks in Austin as well as surrounding areas, and the recipes will fall into the following categories: "breakfast, drinks, appetizers, snacks, sauces and other tidbits, breakfast, lunch, dinner, and sweets." Man, do we love us some tidbits.

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They're being coy about the publisher, but said they're "working with a cool company here in Austin, keeping it local." In any case, they're aiming for a Fall 2011 release.

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