What’s better than a Coke float? A Coke float with peanuts (honey roasted, specifically).
Few people have what it takes to run a restaurant, let alone run one out of a truck. There are a lot of unimaginable challenges to the naked eye: Wind blowing napkins and wrappers around, learning how much food to prepare on a Tuesday versus a Friday and an overall cramped space with limited equipment, often more than one person working in the kitchen.
About 15 years ago, Zane Alford started puttering in his kitchen, trying to find just the right ingredients to make a special sauce – not really a barbecue sauce or a marinade, but more like a condiment you could put on anything.