After a preview or two, the Biscuit Love truck will make its debut April 6 at the Meet ’N Three food truck gathering at the Nashville Farmers’ Market. Here's what I wrote:
Who doesn’t love a scratch biscuit, right? That’s the appealing concept behind the Biscuit Love food truck, which will hit the streets in early April.
The folks behind Biscuit Love are the husband-and-wife team of Karl and Sarah Worley. They’re from here, but they both attended culinary school at Johnson and Wales in Denver and honed their skills in Durham, N.C., before returning home and turning their love of Southern food into a rolling restaurant.
The tagline is “scratch-made gourmet sandwiches,” and Karl Worley said most everything will be made in house, including the biscuits, of course, the gravy and even toppings like pickles and mustard.
Perhaps the most intriguing menu item is the Princess, an homage to Nashville-style hot chicken and a certain famous hot chicken joint. It starts with a biscuit, topped with a spicy fried chicken thigh (boneless, in a concession to biscuit mechanics), plus the aforementioned pickles and mustard and a drizzle of honey.
You can also build your own biscuit with alluring ingredients such as local bacon, country ham, Kenny’s Farmhouse Cheddar, sausage gravy, and most delirious of all … Olive & Sinclair chocolate gravy.
The Worleys plan to unveil the truck April 6 at the Meet ’N Three food truck gathering at the Nashville Farmers’ Market. To check out the menu, visit biscuitlovetruck.com or watch for updates on Facebook and Twitter @BiscuitLuvTruck.