Mashita Masters

Local Duo Launches Korean Food Truck

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Posted: January 29, 2014

The Mashita sampler features (from left, clockwise) slow-braised pork, quick-pickle kimchi, slow-braised chicken, beef bulgogi wrapped with ho-pang (handmade steamed buns), lettuce and Sosue (sauces) from sweetened soy to sweet and spicy Mashita sauce. (Photo by Michael Reilly / DN-R)
Michael “Mikey” Reisenberg began exploring his Korean heritage in high school. He’s since opened a Korean food truck, Mashita, in the area. (Photo by Michael Reilly / DN-R)
Quick-pickle kimchi, a Mashita offering, is a derivative of South Korea’s national dish. (Photo by Michael Reilly / DN-R)

Local chef Michael Reisenberg spends the majority of his day steaming meats and cutting bread as he prepares Korean meals for customers from the back end of an old-but-new silver Cintas truck that...



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