12 Jan The MAPPETITE MILE: THIS LITTLE PIGGY HAD PORCHETTA…..
With the RoliRoti truck banish all thoughts of sari-clad woman toiling away with flour and water for hearth roasted breads. Rather, think of rotisserie, and only in a succulent fat drenched way.
Brainchild of a Swiss butcher’s son, this wheeled-wonder lifts its hood every Saturday morning with chicken ready to spin. Chickens, free range and organic, take on a family spice-rub recipe and are, without a doubt, well worth the wait. But, on the days Rotisseur Thomas Odermatt is working a fired up pig don’t overlook his delectable porchetta . That’s porchetta the way it’s supposed to be – cracklings of skin, tender meat and a spiced stuffing. A sandwich or by-the-pound slice, you’ll leave sated from the fat indulgent pleasure. Get there early or your little piggy will have none. Roli Roti, Ferry Building Farmers Market, Saturdays.