Sarah Poole/News A delicious pulled-pork sandwich, smoked Mac and cheese, baby carrots and a homemade dill dipping sauce from Local Smoke BBQ. Local Smoke strives to provide the community with delicious, organic, non-GMO foods throughout the upcoming months.

Sarah Poole/Mount Vernon News

A delicious pulled-pork sandwich, smoked Mac and cheese, baby carrots and a homemade dill dipping sauce from Local Smoke BBQ. Local Smoke strives to provide the community with delicious, organic, non-GMO foods throughout the upcoming months. Request this photo

 

MOUNT VERNON — With the warm weather finally here, food trucks serving unique and delicious dishes are beginning to pop up around Knox County, especially at events like First Fridays. One new food truck, Local Smoke BBQ, 209 S. Gay St., has decided to cater to the community every weekday throughout upcoming months, serving primarily organic, locally sourced, non-GMO, absolutely delicious food.

The bright-red, family run food truck, which is owned by Jennifer Farmer and operated with her two sons, Hans and Max Farmer, opened for the first time during last year’s Dan Emmett Music & Arts Festival and continued to serve food through the month of November. This year, the Local Smoke BBQ opened its doors in April and the Farmers plan to feed the community until the weather becomes cool again.

 

Sarah Poole: 740-397-5333 or spoole@mountvernonnews.com and on Twitter, @mountvernonnews

 

 

 

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