• Schnitzel on a Stick — Leighton Cornell of the Twisted Traditions food truck hands over a large German treat to customer Ben Woodard of Houston on Saturday at the Fifth Annual Hill Country Food Truck Festival held at Luckenbach Texas. The event featured 15 food trucks, 14 wineries and nine bands. — Standard-Radio Post/Yvonne Hartmann
  • Sylvia Ferrell of Universal City visits with Rob Barthen, a field representa-tive with the Texas Depart-ment of Agriculture, at the TDA’s Go Texan booth on Saturday at the Hill Country Food Truck Festival. Along with the TDA, other event sponsors included Lucken-bach Texas, City of Freder-icksburg, Fredericksburg Convention and Visitor Bu-reau, Texas Hill Country Wineries, Class A Rentals, Fredericksburg Inn and Suites, San Antonio Food Truck Association, HCM Immediate Care, Allied Ag and the Texas Center for Wine and Culinary Arts.
  • Cooking up burgers fresh off the grill at the Cheesy Jane’s food truck on Satur-day at the Hill Country Food Truck Festival were Michael Torres, left, and Will Young.
  • Shelly Oliva kept busy scooping up bowls of Ital-ian ice at the Come and Get It Chuckwagon on Saturday at the Hill Country Food Truck Festival.
  • Music from the Austin-based trio, 3 Dollar Bills, and eight other bands were featured throughout the day on Saturday at Luckenbach Texas during the Hill Coun-try Food Truck Festival. Sunshine the Clown was also on hand doing face painting.
  • Cara Jolly of Landon Win-ery in McKinney, Greenville and Wylie serves wine to patrons at the Hill Country Food Truck Festival on Saturday at Luckenbach Texas.
  • Picture worthy — Jameson Baker of San Antonio takes a picture to post on Insta-gram of his plate of sliders that he purchased at Slider Provider on Saturday at the Fifth Annual Hill Country Food Truck Festival at Luckenbach Texas. The event featured 15 food trucks, 14 wineries and an afternoon and evening of live music. Proceeds bene-fit the proposed Texas Cen-ter for Wine and Culinary Arts. — Standard-Radio Post/Yvonne Hartmann
  • Lance Pickle, representing the Texas Tech University – Fredericksburg campus, had to eat fast to keep his ice cream cone from Mister Softee Ice Cream from melting in the hot afternoon sun on Saturday.

Food Truck Fest serves up tasty treats

Variety of menu items, wine, music on Saturday at fifth annual event

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