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After a few failures (which lays a greater teacher than success) and a certain previous outfit which I can’t legally name (you know what I did in the cheese and bread on grill market), I’ve been gearing up to drop some serious shit on ya’ll.
Centered around the greatest cheese dips and spreads in the metro, nay the state of Iowa; we’re going to be hitting your ass with some mobile charcuterie come spring time.
Side bar: We get a lot of questions about what charcuterie is. So here’s the scoop: “charcuterie is the branch of cooking devoted to prepared meat products, such as bacon, ham, sausage, terrines, galantines, ballotines, pâtés, and confit”. What’s this mean in plain ole english? Meats and cheese. Jams and breads. Crackers and olives. Fresh fruit, nuts, meats spreads, etc. A very simple but elegant form of the snacks on your grandmother’s kitchen table before Thanksgiving.
We pick up our trailer in December from the Peach State and we’ll be rolling it back here to outfit and test kitchen everything before we drop it in your laps and mouths late March / early April.
The only logical conclusion on what to call this rolling hulk of a deli bar is what you’ve been called since the beginning. This one’s for you cheese fans.
Five Minutes Til Midnight Food Company presents…