While some form of mobile kitchens had existed for generations, the invention of the Chuckwagon is attributed to Charles Goodnight, a Texas rancher, who introduced the concept in 1866. After the American Civil War, some cattlemen herded cattle in parts of the country that did not have railroads, which would mean they needed to be fed on the road for months at a time. Chuckwagon food typically included easy-to-preserve items like beans, smoked meats, sugar, coffee, and sourdough biscuits. All of these items were cooked over a campfire and smoke infused.
English Toffee With - Butter, Pure Cane Sugar, Milk Chocolate, Alder Wood Roasted Coffee & Hickory Smoked Sea Salt