• The Biscuit Truck prepares for the True/False Film Fest

    Waylon Garrett and Chris Foley cover and evening shift on the Ozark Mountain Biscuit Co. food truck on Friday, Feb. 26, 2016 at Logboat Brewing in Columbia, Missouri. (Whitney Matewe/Vox)

    Waylon Garrett and Chris Foley cover and evening shift on the Ozark Mountain Biscuit Co. food truck on Friday, Feb. 26, 2016 at Logboat Brewing in Columbia, Missouri. (Whitney Matewe/Vox)

    By Whitney Matewe

    Since 2013, Ozark Mountain Biscuit Co. food truck has been driving the streets of Columbia, Missouri, providing a mobile Southern-cuisine experience, using local ingredients made from scratch in their seasonal menus.

    Each year, True/False Film Fest brings a flow of diverse customers to the mustard-yellow food truck, said Bryan Maness, cook and owner.

    “It’s nice to interact with a lot of people from around the Midwest and the world that come to Columbia,” Maness said. “It’s nice to be able to showcase our mobile dinning options.”

    During True/False, the biscuit truck typically experiences a spike in sales. And this year they expect to be even busier than last year, said Bryan Maness.

    A few of their popular biscuit sandwiches include the “Hot Ham N Cheese” with their house-made pepper jelly and “The Boss Hog” featuring simmered greens and their homemade “Arkan-sauce” and gravy.

    “It’s just about making as much food in advance as you can store so you spend your time during the event selling food and cooking food and not prepping,” Maness said.

    Read and watch video of the full story on voxmagazine.com.

    ----------Posted on March 3, 2016 by in Student Work

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