I’d previously covered the All About The Cheese food truck last month, where I reviewed their bacon Swiss sandwich, which you can read about here (https://reelgeeksguide.com/2016/11/10/food-geek-review-grilled-cheese-academy-food-truck/). They came back again today, and of course I had to get something, this time I tried their Mac Daddy sandwich, which I’ll be talking about today, along with their homemade mac and cheese.
Let’s start off by discussing this mac and cheese. They have some of the best mac and cheese I’ve ever had. There’s two secrets to this, one, I learned from talking to one of the owners, is that it’s all freshly made daily, and the other is that they add gouda to the mix as well, giving it an extra cheesy feel that you really can’t beat. To quote a line from How I Met Your Mother, “Don’t sleep on the gouda.” And definitely do not sleep on this mac and cheese. It’s an excellent companion food to their lineup of grilled cheese sandwiches for cheese lovers such as myself.
Now, on to the main course, the (miggity miggity miggity miggity) Mac Daddy sandwich. This is a grilled cheese sandwich by way of a bbq sandwich, and as I’ve discussed before, I like my bbq. This sandwich has Shredded pork, melted cheddar cheese, topped with homemade mac and cheese, and then the kicker, drizzled with spicy habanero sauce in between two pieces of Texas toast.
That just describes what it is, but what it feels like is a grilled cheese sandwich with a filling kick. Normal grilled cheese sandwiches, I’ll have to eat like two or three to get full, one of these guys though, and it’s a done deal. The habanero gives the whole sandwich a nice kick, and the pork and the cheeses blend well together for a perfect sandwich in every bite.
So, once more I was left utterly impressed with the food, and the service that All About The Cheese provides. Definitely look them up on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/ALLABOUTTHECHEESE/ to see when they’ll be in your neck of the woods next. Well, if you’re in the local Tidewater, Virginia area at least. Any reccomendations of spots I should try? Where should I go next? Leave some comments below, and don’t forget to show Reel Geeks Guide some love by sharing this article, liking the new Facebook page Reel Geek’s Guide, following the Twitter page @MichaelKeskeys, or on Instagram at reel_geeks_guide . Til next time, be sure to keep it Reel.