One of the coolest things about trailers is that they can't be tied down, as evidenced by the fact that, like, 75% of them these days have Adam Sandler doing something seriously wacky. Wait, wait, he's Jill too?? For a truck that also takes things pretty much wherever it wants, hit up Mobile Home, rolling through town on Tuesday.
A crisply blue-lined purveyor of "home cooking on the move", Mobile Home went all out with permitting and will soon be switching among six locations across town; it's run by a BC alum, and a Southie-born bahtendah with experience at BBSC and No. 9 Park, so expect him to shake your sandwiches mad-romantically while wearing a vest. The vaguely Jewish/Italian comfort grub runs breakfast to dinner, so track down:
AM Eats: Straight-up hard-boiled eggs and granola in Greek yogurt are offered alongside a signature fried egg/ham breakfast sammie with garlic-sprinkled roasted veggies, and the lox-stuffed Local Bagel w/ chopped egg and capers, which given the Southie ties, probably all involve knocking over liquor stores with a guy named Sully.
Burly Handhelds: Afternoon edibles bounce from a porchetta sammie with slow-roasted pork shoulder and tomato-onion jam, to the DelRosso Dog, served nude or Jersey "Ripper"-style w/ relish/spicy mustard, to an herb mayo'd, house-cured salmon BLT called the Gravlax Club, unlike the Gravi-tron Club, where admission is all about losing your lunch.
Snacks & Extras: And should you just want a nibble, there're small bites like griddled potato pancakes w/ sour cream, chilled cucumber soup, and a heaping mound of fries soaked in gravy, also a great way to describe Sandler now that he'll do pretty much anything.