I admit I paid no attention to the Corn Factory food truck for a long time, mainly because I assumed from the name that it was all about corn on the cob or popcorn. I’m one of the few people in this world who doesn’t like corn on the cob, and while I love popcorn, it’s not something I eat at lunch. But names can be deceiving. The Corn Factory is actually a Venezuelan and Mexican food truck specializing in corn-based fare like arepas, cachapas, corn tacos, empanadas and tamales. You can find their location on their Twitter. Cachapas are a delicious stuffed corn tortillas that look a bit like pupusas, except for the fact that they are corn-based and not beef-based. I ordered the chachapas mixta, which were filled with chicken and beef, plus delicious seasoning. I added cheese for $0.50, which made them all the more flavorful. It wasn’t a huge quantity of food, but wasn’t tiny either- at $9 it was reasonable by food truck standards, and totally delicious. The line was short as was the wait time and the lady running it was very friendly- I imagine if their offerings were clearer from the name, they would get a lot more traffic. Check it out!