14 June 2011

The Cheesy Truck

The latest food cart in Central Ohio is the Cheesy Truck, and it turns out artisanal grilled cheese sandwiches. Proprietor Rick Harrison Wolfe's truck reflects on the time he spent in California while including local ingredients that shine brightly on the local food scene.

The colorful truck's grilled cheese sandwich comes on Stan Evans bakery bread prepared in house made olive oil butter with a choice of cheddar and American cheese. The American cheese is mild while the cheddar has a sharper character.

The sandwich also comes with add-on options that include Ohio tomato, Ohio pickles or a fried egg. There are also dipping sauces like the Mikey's Late Night Slice slut sauce, a hot sauce made by the pizza-by-the-slice operation.

The tater tots were soft and well salted. While the shredded cheese was a tasty accoutrement, it would have benefitted from the cheese being better melted.

Finding the location of the Cheesy Truck is as easy as following them on Twitter or Facebook. I should be chasing them around all summer.

The Cheesy Truck

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Anonymous said...

Why is it called slut sauce?

deraj1013 said...

No idea. I imagine it's some clever metaphor, but I don't actually know.