Food trucks tend to stick to themes, something that’s obvious in Charleston’s mobile kitchen scene: You can choose from barbecue, tacos, or Italian, for example. Pot Kettle Black’s theme is immigrant-style food that’s meant to inspire nostalgia, which manages to represent a variety of different cuisines. Calling themselves a “wayward bistro,” PKB serves dipped Italian beefs, muffulettas, pimento grilled cheeses, and other multicultural options, as well as soups. The Duck Hunt — duck confit, arugula, and brie on a baguette — kicks the quality up a notch, but prepare to hand over $10 for a fairly small sandwich. —Susan Cohen, DISH (Winter 2013)

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