A good grilling: how a toastie food truck grew into a thriving business
Jack Brennan and Jacob Long have turned a single food truck into Griolladh, a successful business that employs 50 people and they hope to thrive long after the Covid food truck boom is over
To a lot of people sandwiches are a consolation prize, a lunchtime food only to be eaten when something better can’t be had. But when Jacob Long speaks about a grilled cheese sandwich, it’s with a level of enthusiasm that only a true aficionado can muster.
For Long and his business partner Jack Brennan, the toastie is about a lot more than just two slices of bread, some ham and cheese....
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Chef’s Table: A sweet start to the new year
These delicious desserts come from Brian and Tara Beattie, the couple behind catering company The Caterers, who are known for their passion for seasonal, local ingredients and dedication to restaurant-quality food. For more information, go to thecaterers.ie