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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