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Flour-ish Comfort Food Truck in Pensacola offers Italian food, pizza

Husband and wife duo Chase Gilroy and Jess McAtee launched Flour-ish Comfort Food Truck this month to bring Italian food from scratch to the streets of Pensacola through their commercial kitchen on wheels.

The two have been working side by side in the kitchens long before they were married, meeting on-site at The Vault restaurant at 200 S. Alcaniz St. in what quickly sparked a front-and-back-of-the-house romance.

McAtee said all it took was Gilroy riding his motorcycle into work to spark interest, but watching him cook created a whole new level of respect and admiration.

“I still wake up every day in a dream,” McAtee said.

Chase Gilroy and Jess McAtee, owners of Flour-ish Comfort Food Truck, make pizzas on Saturday.

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As McAtee battled health issues that prevented her from keeping food down easily, her husband began crafting recipes for her, using only a handful of select ingredients that left her body feeling nourished, when physically it seemed like it was going “downhill.”

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