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The Best Food Truck in Every State

The Daily Meal Logo By Matt Sulem of The Daily Meal | Slide 2 of 50: <p>As odd as it may seem given the climate, the food truck scene is <a href="http://www.thedailymeal.com/free-tagging-cuisine/alaska"><strong>Alaska</strong></a> is getting larger and more diverse each year. However, when it comes to fan favorites, Alaskans stick to simplicity. <a href="http://www.ilovequickieburger.com/"><strong>Quickie Burger</strong></a> is exactly that; a place to run up, grab a burger, and head somewhere warmer to enjoy your purchase (although an attached, heated tent was introduced 2016) — and enjoy you shall. Quickie offers the standard (but delicious) hamburgers, cheeseburgers, and doubles in addition to specialties like the “Bacon My Blues Away” (with fried blue cheese, <a href="http://www.thedailymeal.com/free-tagging-cuisine/cheddar"><strong>Cheddar</strong></a>, and bacon), the “Mahalo” (with <a href="http://www.thedailymeal.com/cook/ultimate-guide-grilling-fruits-and-vegetables"><strong>grilled pineapple</strong></a>, onions, and <a href="http://www.thedailymeal.com/best-recipes/teriyaki-sauce-fondue"><strong>teriyaki sauce</strong></a>), the “Big Alaska” (Quickie’s imitation of a <a href="http://www.thedailymeal.com/mcdonalds-big-mac-recipe"><strong>Big Mac</strong></a>), and assorted sandwiches and dogs as well. Making the meal even more enjoyable, the prices are extremely reasonable: only $5 for regular or cheese, $10 or less for specialties, and $2 for fries or tots — with hefty, filling, Alaska-sized portions.</p>

Alaska, Quickie Burger, Anchorage

As odd as it may seem given the climate, the food truck scene is Alaska is getting larger and more diverse each year. However, when it comes to fan favorites, Alaskans stick to simplicity. Quickie Burger is exactly that; a place to run up, grab a burger, and head somewhere warmer to enjoy your purchase (although an attached, heated tent was introduced 2016) — and enjoy you shall. Quickie offers the standard (but delicious) hamburgers, cheeseburgers, and doubles in addition to specialties like the “Bacon My Blues Away” (with fried blue cheese, Cheddar, and bacon), the “Mahalo” (with grilled pineapple, onions, and teriyaki sauce), the “Big Alaska” (Quickie’s imitation of a Big Mac), and assorted sandwiches and dogs as well. Making the meal even more enjoyable, the prices are extremely reasonable: only $5 for regular or cheese, $10 or less for specialties, and $2 for fries or tots — with hefty, filling, Alaska-sized portions.

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