Just in time for Thanksgiving. My second addition of Medieval Food Carts. This time even though it is a little early based on timelines, I have created a roasting turkey portable cart. They must have had some similar festival. Complete with a rotating spit for cooking right on the street corner. Then there is the already cooked meal that you can have sliced immediately for your enjoyment. If this isn't enough then there is a wide selection of beverages available in the beverage cart. I have also added the possibility of having a roof over your cart. I have painted two of them as examples.
Original Food Carts are at this location. https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:2626623.
There is also a variety of jugs, bottle and a turkey and other items that are not the right size, but can easily be resized so you can do your own carts or separate food trays. I kept them larger to preserve the detail if you want to just have those items. Reduce them as desired to fit your carts.
I did put some supports under the wheels for the wheel wells. These can easily be cut away and because the wheel is hidden somewhat under the wells, it won't be noticeable.