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Wednesday, August 25, 2010

Scott Howard's Thinking of Launching a Cheeseburger Truck

Posted By on Wed, Aug 25, 2010 at 9:00 AM

click to enlarge The truck's centerpiece? Brick and Bottle's popular pimento cheeseburger. - EL_EN_HOUSTON/FLICKR
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  • The truck's centerpiece? Brick and Bottle's popular pimento cheeseburger.
Is the Bay Area in line to get a cheeseburger truck? Across the Golden Gate, chef Scott Howard is contemplating going mobile with the pimento cheeseburger from his three-month-old Brick and Bottle in Corte Madera. Howard tells SFoodie the burger, all gooey with pimento cheese, slaw, and peppers, is the third most popular item on the menu. "It's a version of a burger I grew up with in North Carolina, with a cult following with a lot of folks," says Howard. Revving up a truck devoted to it could happen by next summer.

Give us nine months. We'll get our napkins and bibs ready, and hope a Mission stop is on the cheeseburger truck's itinerary.

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