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902 NW 13th Ave, Portland
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If we had to nominate one dish to represent the Pacific Northwest, it’d have to be jojos. These fried potato wedges are usually served with ranch on the side and often with fried chicken, and nobody does them better than this Creston-Kenilworth food cart. If you’re someone who loves fried potatoes merely as a vehicle for sauce, there are ten to choose from, including jojo sauce (a blend of Duke’s mayo and Heinz ketchup), hot honey, and ranch that’s made in-house. Their chicken sandwiches and burgers are also worth checking out, if for some reason you don’t want a meal consisting of only potatoes.

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