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After graduating second in his class from the prestigious Le Cordon Bleu College of Culinary Arts in Portland, Ore., Fat Taco owner Mike Cotta was awarded a two-month, all-expense-paid executive training course in Oaxaca, Mexico.
“My mom and Nick’s mom were friends years ago and had a catering business together (French and Greek food.) So we’ve always been around food,” said Chris Capetanakis of herself and husband, Nick, owners of Jimmy's Greece Pit.
Street food has been a favorite in cities all over the world. In the U.S., food trucks today cook up a variety of international cuisine on wheels. Here is a sampling of five local food carts. Meet their chefs and enjoy a sampling of the delicious fares they serve.
Originally from Laos, Khanthaly Keutia and her husband, Sisavath, started serving traditional Laotian food in Billings in 1990.
“My mother is a great chef,” said Chili Time owner Anthony Padilla. “Everything I make is from family recipes I got from her.”
“I guess you could say I’m a career foodie,” said Bill Jensen, who along with his fiancé, Cathy Pike, recently opened La Carrello. A graduate of culinary school and baker by trade, Jensen spent four years perfecting his wood-burning pizzas in Portland before moving to Billings.
Living under our gorgeous Big Sky, we’re often the envy of the rest of the world. But here’s a little secret the rest of the world doesn’t know: under our expansive skies, we’ve also got a supply of small towns that are faceted gems of activities and adventure.