WAUKESHA — The
streets of Waukesha will be redolent with the odor of smoked meat
when Texa-con-sin, a new mobile barbecue smokehouse trailer, hits
the road come January.
restaurant, owned by Terrance Williams and Todd Lewis, is a 30-foot
long trailer with a complete kitchen operation. Williams said he
planned to build a brick-and- mortar location in Waukesha; however,
when he saw the mobile smokehouse listed for sale in Michigan, he
couldn’t help but check it out.
“When I saw
that trailer, it looked like it came straight out of a Western
novel,” said Williams.
their premium items include ribs, pulled pork and brisket but they
also offer brats, burgers and sausages. He said all meats are smoked
and range between $5 and $10.
Williams is a
professional chef by trade and has won awards through WTMJ4 as well
as radio station WKLH, which hosts the “Sticky Fingers” competition.
He’s owned several restaurants and has been in the food service
business for over 30 years.
mobile BBQ house is not yet operational, Williams said people can
expect to see the western-style house on wheels popping up around
Waukesha in January.