For Sean Rutherford, the pit-style BBQ of the American south isn’t just a business; thanks to his Louisiana roots, it’s a full-on family affair. At Wild Boar, his Waterloo-based BBQ truck, he’s serving southern food for the soul, made with freshly sourced produce and meat.
Though Rutherford is smoking pulled pork and brisket over applewood, you can see the Louisiana influence in his po’ boys: he’s slinging brisket and fried chicken, each sandwich topped with his homemade (and distinctly Lousianian) remoulade. While traditional poutine can get a little tiring to see on truck menus, you won’t want to skip any of their signature poutines, which come topped with either of their smoked meats. Feed your guest's mouths (and souls) at your next event and book The Wild Boar.
“Emma’s Poutine” — Thin cut fries, Wild Boar gravy, and Ontario cheese curds, topped with fried chicken, onion, tomato, and remoulade. Blessed be the fruit.