The aromas of the Valley's barbecue scene just got one food truck stronger.
Here's what barbecue hounds can expect.
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In addition to barbecue sandwiches like The Holy Cow featuring brisket, pickled red onion slaw, and sauce, and the Hot Chick..n..Salad made with smoked chicken, Gouda, and tomato, One-Eighty Q also serves up dry-rubbed ribs, mac 'n' cheese topped with shredded pork or chopped brisket, and Poore Brothers Potato Chips smothered in green chili chorizo beans and cheese.