This afternoon my mom, dad and I headed to my aunt’s house for a Memorial Day cookout. When we arrived, I was surprised to see my cousin’s husband in the driveway with his new BBQ food truck up and running, serving food to the party guests.
Kommie Pig serves BBQ pork and spicy chicken in both sandwiches and platters, smoked ribs, and hotdogs with a variety of sides to boot.
I opted for a BBQ pork sandwich and tried out the potato salad and coleslaw on the side.
The sandwich was great, a little spicy but nothing I couldn’t handle, and the sides were AMAZING. Both were really, really good but the potato salad with egg, dill and cucumber (?) in the mix was my favorite of the two.
If you live in the Baltimore area, keep your eyes peeled for the Kommie Pig truck and definitely treat yourself to some tasty barbecue if you come across it. Word on the street is they frequent Towson in the late night hours for all of those bar-goers heading home for the night.
Drunk college students + barbecue sandwiches and french fries = sure sale at 2:00 a.m.!
That’s some pretty smart businessmen if you ask me.
Pair the delicious BBQ with some pasta dishes and salad from my aunt along with a variety of cupcakes from a second cousin and homemade Italian cookies from a great-aunt and we had one heck of a Memorial Day cookout.
There really is nothing like an afternoon with family, friends and yummy food!
Do you like BBQ?
Do you visit food trucks often?