The Grillenium Falcon Grilled Cheese Food Truck: May The "Cheebacca" Be With You

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​It may not be able to make the Kessel run in less than twelve parsecs, but it can serve up a sandwich.

The Grillenium Falcon, a food truck hailing from Fayetteville, Arkansas is run by Hammontree Take Home Gourmet and sports some sweet artwork of a grilled cheese-shaped Millennium Falcon on the side (can someone start making these, please?) Featuring a selection of pun-tastic sandwiches like, "Jack to the Future," "The Scarlet Cheddar," and "Parmageddon," it also offers the "Cheebacca," a sharp white cheddar and house cheese grilled sandwich on sourdough with bacon, pulled pork, grilled onions, and garlic cilantro sauce -- now that's a Wookiee we'd kiss.

The Grillenium Falcon launched on May 22. And while we wish that the force would be with it, something tells us it won't be long until Mr. Licensing Rights himself, George Lucas, shuts it down Death Star style.

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lishuzheng
lishuzheng

Finally (48 hours) time limit to buy.

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Central Scrutinizer
Central Scrutinizer

I can only assume this was meant to go into a blog for the Fayetteville New Times. Where's the Phoenix grilled cheese truck? You got me all interested and left me hanging.

Guest
Guest

Hyper-local....Really?

Maria
Maria

Good catch, Joel. It seems the Chow Bella "blog" isn't about original content anymore. These seems like a re-tweet, except it's more than 140 characters.

James Black
James Black

Amazing what passes for journalism these days...

Amy Silverman
Amy Silverman

oh joel, you got us. you're right -- we publish 50-plus posts a day and we get all the content from eater.com! no secret's safe with you around.

Joel LaTondress
Joel LaTondress

If this had been the first time, I wouldn't have said anything.  My point is that posting something without citing the actual source of the article is disingenuous. Here is the original article.http://eater.com/archives/2011...

James Black
James Black

Reminds me of a child copying an article from the encyclopedia for a report who's swapping phrases around in an effort to disguise the wholesale plagiarism that's taking place.

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