University of Houston professor Paul Galvani's Houston's Top 100 Food Trucks hit stores this week. At over 300 pages, the book offers a comprehensive look at the current state of the food truck scene. In addition to truck profiles, there are guides to truck lingo, advice for first-time food truck goers and maps to popular places to find food trucks. The only downside is, due to the fast-moving nature of the food truck scene, some of the trucks in the book have either gone brick-and-mortar (The Modular) or are totally gone (Pad Thai Box). Still, it documents the last two years when Houston began to embrace all things mobile food.
The book retails for $20. Find a full list of places to buy it here.