Making a Bannockburn debut, Money Muscle BBQ Food Truck has all the classic BBQ favorites and then some. They’ll be offering their famous Texas style brisket, BBQ chicken, baby back ribs, Carolina Pulled Pork, smoked turkey leg, and smoked wings. For sides you can choose from collard greens, mac & cheese, bbq beans, corn bread. And don’t forget his signature Cheddar Sriracha Biscuits. A must try and add on! For desserts, they’ll have choc. chip cookies and s’mores bars. Lastly, they’ll also be selling Bubbles, craft beers and cocktail kits.
Menu and pre-ordering will open Monday, April 12 here: https://bbot.menu/bannockburn/ (Deadline to order is Saturday, April 17 since he begins to slow roasts most of his BBQ the night before). Ordering early and in advance highly advised since he may sell out.
We have plenty of picnic tables outside so feel free to hang out and enjoy your meal al fresco….
Here is a bit more background on Money Muscle:
Edward “Ed” Reavis, chef and partner of Money Muscle BBQ, brings a taste of diverse regional barbeque to Montgomery County. Born in a small Virginia town only ten minutes away from the North Carolina border, Reavis was raised on sweet potato pie and smoked barbeque drenched in tangy Carolinian style sauce from his grandmother’s kitchen. However, he never envisioned a future working in a kitchen of his own until he started picking up shifts at a local Applebee’s while attending Virginia State University. The competitive nature of the corporate kitchen forced Reavis to quickly master the basics, but he often found himself spending time off the clock creating his own dishes to impress friends and family.
Reavis left college his junior year to pursue a career in food and enrolled in the Baltimore International Culinary School where he was able to study professional cooking while working full-time. After working in the kitchens of steakhouses across the Washington, DC region, he joined the opening team at The Capital Grille where he met his future business partner and now wife, Jennifer Meltzer. In 2015, Reavis and Meltzer opened their first concept, All Set, a New England inspired restaurant in Silver, Spring Maryland.
After five years in business, All Set has become a beloved part of the Montgomery County dining scene for its seasonally inspired, seafood centric menu. The comradery of the kitchen staff and the positive local response to his personal style of cooking has been a point of pride for Reavis, who hopes to have similar success with the launch of Money Muscle BBQ.
Named as a nod to Reavis’ love of health and fitness, and the award-winning barbeque pork cut, Money Muscle BBQ offers a menu of distinct American barbeque styles. Looking to his expansive spice rack for guidance, Reavis developed well-balanced spice rubs and sauces that are unique, but still pay tribute to their regional roots. When not in the kitchen, he’s an avid fitness enthusiast who enjoys playing around on his drum set and spending time with his son, wife, and two dogs at their home in Kensington, Maryland.