NEW BRAUNFELS — In the parking lot of Ducky’s Swimwear & T-Shirts in New Braunfels, chef Christelle Chalmers looks out the window of a green and white trailer the size of a walk-in closet, just big enough for her Haitian-Asian fusion operation called Christelle’s Culinary Corner.

On alternating days, the trailer for rent hosts the Cajun Cookery and a sandwich vendor called Jack’s Italian Beef. But on Mondays and Tuesdays, it belongs to Christelle’s, with food prepared by a chef who was born in New York City, brought up in Haiti and traveled as a Christian missionary to Ethiopia, Puerto

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