Ms. Cheezious Food Truck Rolls Out For Art Basel

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The Ms. Cheezious grilled cheese truck debuts this week, flanked with

a pinup girl logo. The menu showcases the classic comfort food, without veering

into overwrought combinations. They'll offer a crab salad and cheddar melt, bacon and blue cheese on

sourdough, an apple and havarti on multi-grain, and a ricotta and orange

marmalade on Texas

toast, among other things.

You can also custom build your own grilled cheese made with your

choice of eight cheeses and a selection of other toppings like tomatoes and

bacon. Combine it with sides like tomato

soup, gravy, chili, or sweet potato fries, and you have a meal.

Co-owners Brian and Fatima Mullins know that when it comes

to grilled cheese, sometimes basic is the best. In some of their pre-debut tastings, American cheese on white bread was consistently

rated most popular by their guinea pigs.

For those of us who love to eat cheese (and for the USDA's

Dairy Management Dept), these are golden days. American demand for cheese is off the charts,

according to industry experts. Thus, Miami now has a second

cheese-based food truck.

We still don't have any mac and cheese trucks, but I won't

be surprised to see one sometime soon. Check out the full Ms. Cheezious menu here and follow them @MsCheezious

to find out their exact locations during Art Basel.

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