Brian Stockholm, front, at work making grilled cheese sandwiches in his food truck Papi Queso, which he began operating in September 2012, featuring a variety of grilled cheese sandwiches. Much like his grilled cheese sandwich creations that represent a melding together of the past and future, Stockholm's food truck reflects the culinary path he took to opening Papi Queso. It combines his years of cooking school and his eclectic restaurant experience, both in the kitchen and the front of the house, with his need to carve out a fresh start and do things on his own terms.
Brian Stockholm, front, at work making grilled cheese sandwiches in his food truck Papi Queso, which he began operating in September 2012, featuring a variety of grilled cheese sandwiches. Much like his grilled cheese sandwich creations that represent a melding together of the past and future, Stockholm's food truck reflects the culinary path he took to opening Papi Queso. It combines his years of cooking school and his eclectic restaurant experience, both in the kitchen and the front of the house, with his need to carve out a fresh start and do things on his own terms. Diedra Laird dlaird@charlotteobserver.com
Brian Stockholm, front, at work making grilled cheese sandwiches in his food truck Papi Queso, which he began operating in September 2012, featuring a variety of grilled cheese sandwiches. Much like his grilled cheese sandwich creations that represent a melding together of the past and future, Stockholm's food truck reflects the culinary path he took to opening Papi Queso. It combines his years of cooking school and his eclectic restaurant experience, both in the kitchen and the front of the house, with his need to carve out a fresh start and do things on his own terms. Diedra Laird dlaird@charlotteobserver.com

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