October 16, 2021


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Sauce Magazine – Ramblin’ Rooster foods truck will provide wide range of fried hen beginning in April

Ramblin’ Rooster foodstuff truck will serve range of fried rooster commencing in April

A new food items truck concentrated on serving fried hen sandwiches, Ramblin’ Rooster, is slated to start out parking it all-around city at various destinations in April. 

Co-proprietors Gregg Medeiros, Tom Lombardo, John Brauch and Mark Pitliangas embarked on this job just after looking at success with their initial foods truck, a Sugarfire Smoke Residence franchise identified as Brisket 1. “Through Covid, we had the Sugarfire food items truck (Brisket 1), and it was genuinely a lifesaver for us,” Medeiros explained. “So we’ve determined to go and get a further truck.” 

Ramblin’ Rooster will primarily seem at 9 Mile Back garden and Scott Air Drive Base, nevertheless also at company functions and festivals. 

The menu will aspect close to 6 variants of fried chicken sandwiches, such as Korean, barbecue and buffalo. They will also supply salads, wraps, chicken and waffles, smoked wings and much more. One of the menu highlights is the Korean hen sandwich, a gojuchang- and soy-glazed rooster with kimchi slaw on a brioche bun, topped with white and black sesame seeds.

The truck alone is painted tie-dye to in good shape the concept of neighborhood help. For every single sale, Ramblin’ Rooster will donate a portion to charity month-to-month. “It generally supports the like, peace and unity that we are hunting ahead to in our country,” Medeiros said. 

The truck must be up and functioning by early April, and the schedule will be posted on the net at sugarfire64.com, as very well as on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook.

“It’s a lot of enjoyment to have a foodstuff truck – people delight in them, and it undoubtedly delivers a minor buzz to any event,” Medeiros explained.