Sure, the Foodie Truck’s menu excited us when we first heard about it last summer. Owners Jonathan Corey and John Amato have impressive fine-dining resumes, and we’re constantly impressed with their locally sourced offerings. We were especially thrilled when we heard they’d be selling slushies. A drink usually confined to gas stations and Dairy Queens, the Foodie Truck’s slurpee has a gourmet twist. Even though we usually think of tom yum as a hot soup, the cooling, creamy coconut goes down smooth, with a bright pop from ginger, lemongrass, lime, and even chilies. The drink is a teensy bit spicy, but it’ll still cool you on a warm day. We hope it makes its way back on the Foodie Truck’s menu when the weather starts to warm up, because we’re willing to drive many miles for a sip.