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Wednesday, November 30, 2011

Coming Soon: Hil's Cooking Mobile Sandwich Trailer

Posted By on Wed, Nov 30, 2011 at 10:00 AM

click to enlarge PHOTO BY MIKE SMITH
  • Photo by Mike Smith

Hilary Jacobs has long been acing the art of sandwich-making as the proprietor of the Hil's Cooking gourmet sandwich booth you might have been lucky enough to visit on an Oakland First Friday. Now, she's taking her catering business on the road.

A recently purchased Airstream trailer is soon to be the home of the Bay Area's newest food truck. The mobile menu will feature specialty sandwiches with a focus on comfort food and unique flavor combinations.

The Airstream has been gutted and plans for the kitchen layout and remodel are in the works. She should be up and running in early 2011. In the meantime, you can try her innovative sandwiches at First Fridays in Oakland, across from Rudy's Can't Fail Cafe on Telegraph.

click to enlarge Chicken adobo sandwiches with jalapeno slaw - PHOTO BY ERICA KAWAMOTO HSU
  • Photo by Erica Kawamoto Hsu
  • Chicken adobo sandwiches with jalapeno slaw

Hil's Cooking Sandwich Menu

Pulled pork marinated in coconut milk with jalapeno plantain slaw $8

Chicken adobo sandwich with jalapeno slaw $8

Grilled cheese mac and cheese Sandwich $6

Lamb Philly cheese steak with grilled cactus $9

Seared ahi tuna with macadamia nut and arugula $11

Sweet potato sandwich with aged cheddar and portabello mushrooms $8

Fried Chicken Sandwich dipped in waffle batter with jalapeno slaw $8

Eggplant burger w/smoked gruyere and spicy mustard $8

Bacon, roasted kale, almond crusted tomato, and shrimp $9

Marla Simon is a San Francisco-based chef, food stylist, and food writer.

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