When Two Pigs Collide Delicious Food and Beautiful Music Is Made

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When Two Pigs Collide Delicious Food and Beautiful Music Is Made

When Two Pigs Collide Delicious Food and Beautiful Music Is Made

Both PIGS Our Memorable For Sure!

If you are a Baby Boomer Rocker, the Pig on the left will look very familiar- he’s flying high above a Pink Floyd concert crowd during their 1977 tour featuring their album Animals,  loosely based on George Orwell‘s political fable Animal Farm. 

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Pink Floyd Pigs (three different ones) Animal-for your listening pleasure, sorry it’s not a video. Though I’m hoping you stay to find out more about the PIG on the right…

 

 

If you live in Seattle, the Pig on the right will look familiar- he’s the gladiator looking monstrosity on wheels serving up pork, chicken, and veggie sandwiches Mondays through Fridays at 2nd and Pike Streets in Seattle. 

Maximus-Minimus offers pork, chicken, and veggie sandwiches Mondays through Fridays at 2nd and Pike Streets in Seattle. pig sand oval

 

When Two Pigs Collide Delicious Food and Beautiful Music Is Made

 

[Tweet “”A Mobile Pig if only the Tin Man could see him”!”]

I think it’s pretty obvious why this food truck  rocks!

The Metal Beast “Maximus Minimus” is the cooked up-on wheels 5 year old brain child of Kurt Dammeier, owner of Sugar Mountain, parent company of Beecher’s Handmade Cheese, Pasta & Co., and Bennett’s Pure Food Bistro.

Let’s just say I went “hog wild.” What started as a small store front became a catering truck which morphed into a giant pig”.

Kurt Beecher Dammeier

 

It all started with a creative barbecue sauce on  Bennett’s menu.

Their Barbecue Sauce, is a spicy 6-pepper “Maximus” blend, or a sweet-sour “Minimus” tamarind base. 

Then came a great pulled pork sandwich that they did for a charity event.

By then, the idea was drenched in his head. Couple that with playing around with the word “Maximus,” the nickname for eldest son Max, and the idea became reality. 

While looking for locations for a restaurant, they couldn’t find a spot that worked.

They started exploring the street food scene and for less than half the cost of a kitchen, they discovered , they could get a food truck on the road.

“If you don’t like the real estate, you can always drive somewhere else”.

 The slow-cooked pulled pork, stewed in a tangy tamarind, honey, and molasses sauce, and the honey-Dijon vinaigrette slaw with cranberries, and mint spilling out of a bun and rolling onto the streets of Seattle takes Food Trucks to whole new spin…

When all is said and eaten, a food truck is still a pretty common sight in many major cities—a giant metal pig, though? Not so much a typical food truck.

They certainly have one of the most attention-grabbing trucks I’ve ever seen.

This little piggy went to market.

This little piggy stayed home.

This little piggy had roast beef.

This little piggy had none.

This little piggy became a food truck, named after its son…

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When Two Pigs Collide Delicious Food and Beautiful Music Is Made

 

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