Ice cream! Burgers and dogs! Sausage and peppers! Chips! Soda! Candy! The outdoor eating season, with its tasty indulgences, was welcomed in by the Board of Selectmen at a meeting last month, where permits were granted to three mobile food vendors \u2014 two well-established trucks and one newcomer. Among the well-established are the Natural Scoop ice cream truck and the Zwack Shack lunch wagon. The new operator is Tasty McGee\u2019s Roadside Grill. \u201cWe had a great season,\u201d Kristin Cerulli of Natural Scoop told the selectmen. She and partner Carin Crook, both Ridgefield moms, have been selling organic frozen desserts since 2014. Last summer, Natural Scoop was doing \u201cmore private events,\u201d she said, and \u201cless roving.\u201d \u201cRidgefield\u2019s just not that kind of town, to drive around and ring the bell,\u201d said Crook. Longtime Ridgefielder Greg Zawacki sought renewal of the vendor permit for the Zwack Shack, which sells hot dogs, burgers, chicken, and fries from a pull-over spot off Route 7 \u2014 across from the Days Inn motel. \u201cEleven to 4:30 every day, except Sundays,\u201d Zawacki told the selectmen. He\u2019s upgraded from a kitchen on wheels that was towed to one he can drive. \u201cNow we\u2019ve got the truck \u2014 it\u2019s like a UPS truck,\u201d he said. Does he also work occasional events? Yes. \u201cThat\u2019s where a lot of money is,\u201d Zawacki said. \u201cWe do the fireworks in town every year.\u201d The new vendor approved is Ridgefielder Craig T. McGee, who got a permit for Tasty McGee\u2019s Roadside Grill \u2014 described in his application as \u201ca concession trailer providing hot foods (hot dogs, burgers, grilled chicken, sausage and peppers, french fries etc.) as well as snacks (chips and candy) and soft drinks.\u201d McGee told the selectmen his plan for the spring was to work ball games, mostly at \u201cScalzo Field, by the dog park.\u201d He thinks he could draw customers from four nearby playing fields \u2014 with \u201chopefully, a little trickle in from the dog park\u201d as well. \u201cYou know you can\u2019t roam. You can\u2019t park in a parking lot,\u201d First Selectman Rudy Marconi told him. McGee said he\u2019d talked to the Parks and Recreation Department about working Scalzo Field, the Parks and Recreation facility itself, and during football season possibly the East Ridge field \u2014 where the concession stand has mostly not been operating due to a lack of volunteers. \u201cI\u2019d work things out with Ridgefield Youth Football,\u201d he said. He expects to be out mostly on weekends. \u201cI still have a day job, Monday to Friday,\u201d McGee said. All three vendors got permits approved at the selectmen\u2019s April 18 meeting.