low & slow wood smoked BBQ!

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2018 Va Food Truck Battle Grand Champions!!!

2018 Va Food Truck Battle Grand Champions!!!

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January 5, 2019 - Billsburg Brewery 12pm - Until Sold Out

January 9, 2019 - Alewerks Brewing Company (Trivia Night) 4pm - Until Sold Out

January 10, 2019 - Billsburg Brewery 4pm - Until Sold Out - CANCELLED due to truck being in the shop.

January 11, 2019 - St. George Brewing Company 4pm - Until Sold Out - CANCELLED due to truck being in the shop.

January 12, 2019 - Brass Cannon Brewing 12pm - Until Sold Out - CANCELLED due to truck being in the shop.

January 16, 2019 - St. George Brewing Company 4pm - Until Sold Out - CANCELLED due to truck being in the shop.

January 17, 2019 - Brass Cannon Brewing (Trivia Night) 4pm - Until Sold Out - CANCELLED due to truck being in the shop.

January 18, 2019 - Billsburg Brewery 4pm - Until Sold Out

January 19, 2019 - Virginia Beer Co. 12pm - Until Sold Out

January 25, 2019 - Virginia Beer Co. 4pm - Until Sold Out

January 26, 2019 - Billsburg Brewery 12pm - Until Sold Out

January 30, 2019 - Billsburg Brewery 4pm - Until Sold Out

February dates to be added soon. . .

 

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Matchsticks BBQ Co. In The Media

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Williamsburg’s Next Door Neighbors Magazine

Williamsburg’s Next Door Neighbors Magazine

The recipe for great barbecue is part art, part science and part sleep deprivation. Five nights a week, Matt Sileno wakes up every hour to check on his smoker over a 14-hour cooking period, making sure the temperature stays constant and precise to produce a clear smoke for flavoring. “Otherwise, you can get a chemical taste on the meat,” Matt says. “I’m a big stickler about it. I baby my smoker. A lot of people think you can just light up some wood, throw the meat on and let it ride, but barbecue is a really hard craft. No cook is the same. It takes a lot of steps, time and patience.”

Nicole and Matt Sileno are the owners of the Matchsticks BBQ food truck. (WYDaily/Andrew Harris)

Nicole and Matt Sileno are the owners of the Matchsticks BBQ food truck. (WYDaily/Andrew Harris)

WYDaily

When Matt and Nicole Sileno got married at the Stone Tower Winery in Leesburg in March 2017, they had their big day catered by an award-winning food truck named Cured.

Their friends and family enjoyed beet salad, macaroni and cheese, pork belly and a short-rib dish with a view of rolling countryside.

The couple stayed in touch with the caterers, even as they began making plans to open their own food truck in Williamsburg. When Cured owners Jeremy Thrasher and Tarek Kipry announced they were taking jobs as restaurant chefs in Washington, the Silenos reached out and made them an offer.

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Virginia BBQ Trail

Husband and wife team Matt and Nicole Sileno were on their honeymoon in Bora Bora last April when they took a hard look at the quality of their lives.

They quickly realized they were not chasing their dreams and decided it was time for big changes. They had been visiting Williamsburg for the past five years for Nicole’s birthday to enjoy a meal at their favorite restaurant, the Fat Canary and fell in love with everything about the area. To them it was a no-brainer they wanted to live near Williamsburg instead of Northern Virginia, so they worked with Wendy and Matthew Gonzalez of the Wendy Walker Realty team and made their new home in Toano.

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Matt & Nicole quoted in the Virginia Gazette

Food trucks are popular at breweries in James City and York counties, and could be allowed to operate in Williamsburg more easily with a set of new regulations up for City Council review this Thursday. (Virginia Gazette File Photo)

 

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