MEALS ON WHEELS: Crestview boasts diversity of cuisine to go

Published: Monday, April 22, 2013 at 07:37 PM.

"The military, they really want the food," Zimmermann said. "We have a lot of military here who have been in my country, and they sure do miss that food, so I said, ‘Why not, let's just do it.’"

Shoubaki's "zone" in front of Big Lots is prime territory to introduce newcomers to his native Mediterranean food.

"It's a good location — praise the Lord," he said.

For Sandra Karo, selling oversized Coney Island, N.Y., hotdogs from her pushcart in front of Waterfront Rescue Mission allows her to pursue the American dream of owning her own business.

The Mr. and Miss Hotdog Cart attracts steady business, the Uruguayan immigrant said.

"Sometimes it's good, sometimes it's quiet," she said. "I'm happy when it's good."

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