The Yum Zone food truck rolls into Liberty

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Commonly seen in large metropolitan areas, food trucks are mobile restaurants that go where people congregate.
And voila, the Yum Zone food truck idea took flight and is now a fixture on Wallace Wilkinson Boulevard parked adjacent to the Tobacco Shed.
Taking this same principle, Amy Sizemore, and her husband, Nate, operated the Wagon Trail restaurant in the South Fork Creek area of Casey County.
But during the winter months, fewer people drove the icy roads in that part of the county and business was sparse.
“The inspiration for the food truck was when it was slow on South Fork Creek in the winter time, we thought we’d take the food to people in Liberty who are begging us to deliver,” Amy said.
Carrying much of the same menu, Amy said that people have come to love two of their special sandwiches sold from the truck ― roast beef with caramelized mushrooms and onions, and a cheddar chipotle bacon chicken creation served on a grilled ciabatta roll.
In addition, the truck offers daily specials along with made from scratch desserts such as cheesecake and brownies.
A full menu can be found on the Yum Zone Facebook page along with hours of operation and where the truck will be parked.
Open from 10:30 a.m. to 3 p.m., Monday-Friday, orders can be placed at the truck or called in at (606) 706-3542.
Also, Amy said that customers can call the number or check their Facebook page to see where the truck will be on weekends.
The Yum Zone is available to cater private parties and public events such as festivals.