If you've ever wondered whatMichigan-Colorado fusion food tasted like, head on over to the Michigan Colorado Chefs food truck to get an idea. Located in various locations throughout Aurora, the proprietors of this independentlyowned and operated food truck started out in Flint, Michigan before making their way to Denver. The resulting cuisine is infused with the flavor of both cities, making it a great option for people with taste buds that veer all over the map. Chicken and waffles done Michigan-Colorado-style consist of six delectable fried chicken wings alongside a rich Belgian waffle. The syrup and hot sauce on the side are made for drizzling. Sometimes, you just want to grab something on the go. What better grabalicious portable food is there than four steak street tacos for 10 bucks.Loaded with shredded steak, bell peppers, jalapeno, cilantro, and cheese, you've got a full meal for a tenth of a Benjamin.If you're in the mood for more than just a hot dog, the Detroit-style Polish sausage over-delivers. With this treat, a Koegel Vienna beef sausage straight out of Poland is served on a traditional hot dog bun. You'll never be satisfied with a regular hot dog cart again. Although, if you are craving a traditional, Chicago-style hot dog, MichiganColorado Chefs offers the same Vienna beef sausage served up with mustard, sweet relish, a kosher pickle, sport peppers,tomato, and onions, all stuffed into a hot dog bun.