Pho ya Belly

Fighters: Capuchina Taylor and Josh Armbruster.
Specialty: Savory food, fresh spring rolls, rich broth and tasty variations on pig.
Plan of Attack: Have great ingredients, pair them with great local beer and don’t let anything get in the way. 
Secret powers: Locally sourced foods, an awesome team of renegade cooks, a whole lot of pork and our mascot, Captain Noodle, who sits in our window every day (he’s a zombie pirate) — we love him.
Favorite vegetable: When pickled, they’re all great — paté and pickled veggies are the perfect combination (sour and savory).
Weapon of choice: Sharp knives, skilled hands and a 27-foot truck. 
Battle cry: Put this in ya belly!
Any word for the opponents? I love a good fight with worthy adversaries, but let the best dish win. All of the trucks are amazing, so this will come down to best use of ingredients, pairing and execution.
If you win? A new cold table and a portion will also go to MANNA FoodBank.

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