Because changing one letter in a word to make another is always
fanny funny, the identically named dudes behind this just-launched mobile foodery sheathed their truck in photographs of Bigfoot-appropriate wilderness taken in the Hoh Rainforest; inside they're serving up slow-braised, Caribbean-spiced meats tossed with fresh slaw, and served on made-to-order flatbread, but not fiat bread, because no one who owns a Chrysler is making any money. Bigfood's edible highlights include:
Stuff You Can Have Now: The menu starts with a selection of wrap-style sandwiches including the braised beef/ curried fruit/ slaw Yeti; the spicy pulled pork shoulder Sasquatch w/ green mango chutney; and the Redwood w/ red onion, pineapple & cilantro on top of spicy paneer, an un-aged cheese that's acid-set, which tends to make people a little (Timothy) Leary.
Stuff You Have To Wait For: BF's planning on a rotating list of sando specials (shrimp, seafood, etc.), currently experimenting with cilantro chutney-glazed chicken wings, and building a massive grill they'll tow behind the truck, which they'll use to 'cue up equally massive Pacific oysters topped w/ various marinades, and toppings like jalapeno, pancetta, and andouille, though change one letter in that word and... that ish still sounds made up.