Food festival keeps on trucking

Joel Clement, of Dunedin, launches a cork sack during a game of corn hole.
Joel Clement, of Dunedin, launches a cork sack during a game of corn hole.
Patrons at the Food Truck Festival consider their options on the University of Otago lawn...
Patrons at the Food Truck Festival consider their options on the University of Otago lawn yesterday evening.
Nom Nom food truck’s Naomi Collins serves a customer.
Nom Nom food truck’s Naomi Collins serves a customer.
Hannah Wallace,  of the Sunshine Coast, performs at the festival.
Hannah Wallace, of the Sunshine Coast, performs at the festival.
Gabe McGregor (left), of Dunedin, and Scott Melchert, of Hamilton, enjoy some of the offerings. 
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Gabe McGregor (left), of Dunedin, and Scott Melchert, of Hamilton, enjoy some of the offerings.

Food, glorious food, was served up at the latest Food Truck Festival at the University of Otago, in Dunedin, yesterday.

Otago Daily Times photographer Gregor Richardson went along.

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