Stuft  food truck vendor Stepanie Ruggiro,  in truck window at right, takes an order Tuesday, July 22, 2014, in front of the Durham Rescue Mission’s Men’s Center for Hope building on the East Main Street, Durham. Local homeless men and Durham Rescue Mission staffers received a free lunch, drink and dessert/sweets from four Triangle area food truck businesses. The four food truck businesses: Stuft, Not Just Icing, Chick-N-Que (all from Wake County) and Gussy’s (Durham) participated in a church project by the St. Barbara Greek Orthodox Church.
Stuft food truck vendor Stepanie Ruggiro, in truck window at right, takes an order Tuesday, July 22, 2014, in front of the Durham Rescue Mission’s Men’s Center for Hope building on the East Main Street, Durham. Local homeless men and Durham Rescue Mission staffers received a free lunch, drink and dessert/sweets from four Triangle area food truck businesses. The four food truck businesses: Stuft, Not Just Icing, Chick-N-Que (all from Wake County) and Gussy’s (Durham) participated in a church project by the St. Barbara Greek Orthodox Church. hlynch@newsobserver.com
Stuft food truck vendor Stepanie Ruggiro, in truck window at right, takes an order Tuesday, July 22, 2014, in front of the Durham Rescue Mission’s Men’s Center for Hope building on the East Main Street, Durham. Local homeless men and Durham Rescue Mission staffers received a free lunch, drink and dessert/sweets from four Triangle area food truck businesses. The four food truck businesses: Stuft, Not Just Icing, Chick-N-Que (all from Wake County) and Gussy’s (Durham) participated in a church project by the St. Barbara Greek Orthodox Church. hlynch@newsobserver.com

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