Matt Maroni is using his culinary experience to feed the hungry public in Chicago and using his political connections to get the city to allow his food truck on the road. Maroni currently prepares sandwiches on Indian-style naan bread at his brick-and-mortar storefront and sells the plastic-wrapped “naan-wiches” out of his Gaztro-Wagon in Chicago because city ordinances prevent him from selling food that was cooked or assembled in a motor vehicle. So the Boston-born chef, ...
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