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The Nosh Truck offers good food on the go

Chef Scott Sopher offers a large variety of gourmet food from The Nosh Truck including a lump crab cake over baby greens with a lemon venaigrette and ancho chili aioli. Jason Easterly/Special to the Daily News

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Chef Scott Sopher offers a large variety of gourmet food from The Nosh Truck including a lump crab cake over baby greens with a lemon venaigrette and ancho chili aioli. Jason Easterly/Special to the Daily News

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  • A crowd of patrons speak with chef Scott Sopher of Bonita Springs about the variety of gourmet food offered from his rolling kitchen The Nosh Truck at Riverside Park in Bonita Springs on Friday evening. Sopher, a classically trained chef, purchased the truck in November and sells his dishes at various locations between Sanibel and Bonita Springs. Jason Easterly/Special to the Daily News
  • Chef Scott Sopher of Bonita Springs prepares crab cakes from his rolling kitchen The Nosh Truck at Riverside Park in Bonita Springs on Friday evening. Sopher, a classically trained chef, purchased the truck in November and sells his dishes at various locations between Sanibel and Bonita Springs. Jason Easterly/Special to the Daily News
  • Chef Scott Sopher offers a large variety of gourmet food from The Nosh Truck including a Moroccan chicken pita with cucumber and harissa yogurt. Jason Easterly/Special to the Daily News
  • Chef Scott Sopher offers a large variety of gourmet food from The Nosh Truck including a lump crab cake over baby greens with a lemon venaigrette and ancho chili aioli. Jason Easterly/Special to the Daily News
  • Chef Scott Sopher of Bonita Springs and his wife, Kristie, often work as a team from serving patrons from their rolling kitchen The Nosh Truck. Sopher, a classically trained chef, purchase the truck in November and sells his dishes at various locations between Sanibel and Bonita Springs. Jason Easterly/Special to the Daily News
  • Scott Sopher, a classically trained chef from Bonita Springs, purchased The Nosh Truck in November and sells his dishes at various locations between Sanibel and Bonita Springs. Jason Easterly/Special to the Daily News
  • A crowd of patrons speak with chef Scott Sopher of Bonita Springs about the variety of gourmet food offered from his rolling kitchen The Nosh Truck at Riverside Park in Bonita Springs on Friday evening. Sopher, a classically trained chef, purchased the truck in November and sells his dishes at various locations between Sanibel and Bonita Springs. Jason Easterly/Special to the Daily News
  • Ronald and Marge Aylward, center, of Marco Island talk with Neil Smith and Laura Mattsson of Burlington, Ontario about the Nosh Truck concession truck during the Marco Island Farmers Market on Wednesday morning at Veterans Park. The Farmers Market will be held every Wednesday until April 25 from 7:30-1:30. Jason Easterly/Special to the Daily News
  • The Nosh Truck has changing daily specials. This Pad Thai burger consists of a hamburger topped with green onions, cilantro, sprouts, peanuts, mayonaise, sriracha and finished with a pad thai sauce. The Nosh Truck concession truck is at the Marco Island Farmers Market on Wednesday mornings at Veterans Park. The Farmers Market will be held every Wednesday until April 25 from 7:30-1:30. Jason Easterly/Special to the Daily News
  • John Mariotti of Marco Island talks with his wife Maureen after ordering lunch from the Nosh Truck during the Marco Island Farmers Market on Wednesday morning at Veterans Park. The Farmers Market will be held every Wednesday until April 25 from 7:30-1:30. Jason Easterly/Special to the Daily News
  • Neil Smith of Burlington, Ontario purchases lunch from the Nosh Truck during the Marco Island Farmers Market on Wednesday morning at Veterans Park. The Farmers Market will be held every Wednesday until April 25 from 7:30-1:30. Jason Easterly/Special to the Daily News
  • Scott Sopher, owner of the Nosh Truck concession truck, and his son Elijah talk with customers during the Marco Island Farmers Market on Wednesday morning at Veterans Park. The Farmers Market will be held every Wednesday until April 25 from 7:30-1:30. Jason Easterly/Special to the Daily News
  • Scott Sopher, owner of the Nosh Truck concession truck, talks with customers during the Marco Island Farmers Market on Wednesday morning at Veterans Park. The Farmers Market will be held every Wednesday until April 25 from 7:30-1:30. Jason Easterly/Special to the Daily News

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