The best plan involving smoking in the car since the first dude who kept the windows rolled up for maximum effect, OinknMoo BBQ is hitting the streets in a Cruising Kitchens-built truck equipped with a smoker that can handle 300lbs of protein. The breakdown:
Oink: This pulled pork starts with a frequently shot-down bedroom request (bone-in butt) that's dry-rubbed & hickory/applewood smoked for half a day, or go grill-finished with spare ribs smothered in a sauce the owners took years to perfect.
Moo: Bovine-wise, grab this whole packer brisket (smoked courtesy of the 49ers), or go for cubed burnt ends that're also smoked, then re-rubbed and re-smoked for a few more hours before getting a BBQ drenching.
Or just get messy with a homemade sausage "Corn Hog" that they're calling "State Fair corny dogs on HGH", PignSlop (fries & beans covered in any two meats), and a gravy-laden chicken fried brisket that's sure to cause as much hunger as leaving the windows up.