Roadside Gourmet: Chutzpah Truck

Chutzpah Truck

Orlando, Fla.

What to Order: Matzo Ball Soup

Central Florida’s Chutzpah Truck — nicknamed Carla by its owners — dishes out kosher Jewish-American comfort food to sunglasses-clad crowds, bringing together bubbe’s cuisine staples, like brisket sandwich, and Israeli street food, like hummus. Perhaps the star of the operation — aside from Carla — is Chutzpah’s matzo ball soup, made with matzo and chive dumplings in a savory broth. And to round out the meal, what better choice than a black-and-white cookie, the delight of deli desserts everywhere?

Check out our round up of Jewish and Kosher food trucks from around North America.

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