The Kogi truck, the current it-truck for foodies, recently hit Eagle Rock again with its zesty Korean-Mexican flavors. The line was much shorter this time, possibly because smoke from the wildfire was still in the air. (The success of Kogi has spawned a fleet of food truck imitators that sell everything from organic hotdogs to cupcakes.) We stood in front of Hal’s Pet Shop for about 30 minutes. One guy was reading photocopied scientific articles to pass the time. The woman in front of us snapped a picture of her husband next to the truck, explaining, “We’re going to send this to our son to show him dad is cool.” We ordered like greedy little goblins and got nine tacos, a perennial favorite with succulent barbecued meat topped with a spicy cabbage slaw that reminds me of the cabbage mix on top of pupusas, plus a Blackjack Quesadilla. (All this cost around $25). This was our first time tasting that quesadilla, which features black pork belly smothered in jack cheese, with a tart salsa verde. It was the most expensive thing on the menu, but worth it.