Pop-Up Picks is a recurring sequence in The Put up and Courier’s Food items Portion that previews an future pop-up breakfast, lunch or supper and the chefs behind it.
Cooks Bryson Webb and Alex Moscoso have expertise at numerous Charleston kitchens — including Wood & Grain, Swig & Swine and Home Staff BBQ — and all through their occupations they’ve been uncovered to cuisines from cultures all over the planet.
At their new Motley Chew foods truck the cooks are bringing flavors from Korea, Japan, Cuba and other international locations to burgers and sandwiches.
It is a motley crew of substances, but it functions.
“Our food stuff is really hard to put into one particular classification, so we have been type of obtaining a really hard time coming up with a identify that reflected our menu,” Webb said, discussing the truck’s title. “It was catchy and it just kind of matched suitable with what we had been performing.”
Each individual Motley Chew burger or sandwich has an interesting twist. Swiss pimento cheese finds its way on to the Cuban, for occasion, and one burger — the Elvis Lives — is topped with thick-lower bacon, sweet plantains and peanut butter.
New additions are commonly landing on the menu.
While they continue on to perform on producing The Motley Chew a domestic name, Webb and Moscoso dream of a single day opening a restaurant loosely based on the food stuff truck’s principle.
“Right now, we’re hoping to distribute into doing extra catering,” Moscoso said, “so we can acquire and pursue that brick-and-mortar that we’re hoping for down the road.”
Foodstuff truck supporters will come across The Motley Chew at Residence of Brews West Ashley, June 4 and June 28. The truck will also established up store at Snafu Brewing Co. June 5, 8, 15, 19, 22 and 29.
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