From Our Editors
Roller skates aren’t the safest and most efficient way to transport an order of a burger and fries to hungry diners, that’s why Some Like It Hot Food Truck’s ‘50s pinup Posey takes it to the pavement behind the wheel. She comes to life painted on the side of the mustard-colored Some Like It Hot Food Truck—the first food truck in Shreveport—and makes stops at neighborhood hot spots and the Barksdale Air Force base weekdays from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.
The staffers begin mornings sizzling breakfast staples such as pancakes, egg-and-cheese sandwiches, and omelets, which wash down with cool glasses of sweet tea or steamy cups of coffee. As the day transitions into lunchtime, they swap breakfast burritos for stuffed burgers, which ooze gooey, savory fillings such as jalapeño cheddar and bacon cheddar. They also sling sandwiches including BLTs and clubs, alongside barbecue-slathered hot dogs. In true ‘50s diner fashion, everything pairs with a side of hand-cut fries, soda pop, and the strong hankering to exclaim, “Gee, that was swell, mister!”