Ever wonder what would happen if you threw wheels on a 2500lb wood-fired pizza oven and drove it around Minneapolis? No? Well then, that's the difference between you and the guy behind Little G's Mobile Pizzeria, you poor, unimaginative bastard. Just hitting the streets of Mpls, the custom-built trailer is half red kitchen, half domed "fire brick" oven, the latter of which heats up to 700 degrees to cook up wondrous 'zas like:
Nordeast: Loaded with sauerkraut, cheddar, and Kramarczuk's Polish sausage, which is even harder to pronounce when your mouth's full of it.
Gyros: Of course it's got the expected feta, tomatoes, onions & cucumber sauce, but this thing really commits with a heaping helping of lamb meat... commits lamb murder!
Smoked Salmon: With tons of the namesake fish drenched in a cream sauce, this one's also got onion, lemon, and capers, aka a cute name for crimes, like murdering lambs.
Taco: Topped with salsa, lime, and sour cream, this mash-up layers seasoned ground beef, Tostitos, black beans, and "spiked refried beans," also what Misty May-Treanor woulda done had she ever gotten a Taco Bell endorsement.
For less adventurous lunchers, they've got normal 'za (cheese and pepperoni), slightly fancier joints (prosciutto/pesto, a jalapeno-topped Hawaiian, buffalo chicken), and even salads, something you wonder about even less than how to throw wheels on a 2500lb pizza oven.
Published: May 17, 2012 at 4:00am EDT
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