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Flour-ish Consolation Meals Truck in Pensacola gives Italian fare, pizza

Husband and spouse duo Chase Gilroy and Jess McAtee launched Flour-ish Consolation Meals Truck this month to deliver from-scratch Italian fare to the streets of Pensacola via their industrial kitchen on wheels.

The 2 have been working side-by-side in kitchens lengthy earlier than they had been married, assembly on web site at The Vault restaurant on 200 South Alcaniz St. in what shortly sparked a front-of-house, back-of-house romance.

McAtee says all it took was Gilroy driving into work on his motorbike to stir-up curiosity, however watching him cook dinner created a complete new degree of respect and admiration.

“I am nonetheless each day waking up in a dream,” McAtee stated.

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Husband and wife duo Jess McAtee and Chase Gilroy, co-owners of Flour-ish Comfort Food Truck, stand outside their Pensacola home Monday.

As McAtee battled well being points stopping her from retaining meals down simply. Ella’s husband started to customized craft recipes for her, utilizing solely the choose handful of elements that left her physique feeling nourished, when bodily, she regarded like she was going “downhill.”

One recipe that caught was a white pizza, made with smoked rooster, spinach, feta cheese and a black garlic ricotta sauce that now serves as a best-seller on their new meals truck’s menu.

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