Springfield chef enters fried chicken sandwich war with food truck

MOChicken, which is currently parked near Sugarfire Smokehouse 1730 E. Republic Rd. Suite A, is slated to open in the coming weeks.

A community foods truck is about to enter the famed hen sandwich arena.

MOChicken, which is at this time parked in close proximity to Sugarfire Smokehouse at 1730 E. Republic Rd. Suite A, is slated to open in the coming months, explained Clint McCann.

McCann, a chef with Sugarfire Smokehouse, mentioned opening a foodstuff truck venture was in reaction to the COVID-19 pandemic.

“We noticed a good deal much more people trending toward extra casual dining and considerably less sit-down-eating,” he explained in a mobile phone job interview. “Food vans have been common for a while and I believe it’s getting even far more well-known for people to just go get some stuff.”

The thought of eating is modifying, which provides house to develop food items merchandise and make it even far more available to visitors, McCann included. 

Barbara J. Miriam

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