The Lowdown truck

Fighters: Nate and Cynthia Kelly.
Specialty: We create meals that we have fond memories of, and it allows us to put heart and soul into every bite. Our truck Earl's specialty is his ability to get really bad gas mileage.
Plan of attack: Letting the air out of the other trucks’ tires. We also plan on putting out the best sandwich ever created. And don’t think I won’t wear spandex if it gives me the edge.
Super powers: Being true locals, we have the ability to make everything we touch the local-est (real word) food you have ever had. Also Cynthia has started developing a weird itch on her hands and it turns out there are adamantium paring knives growing out of them.
Favorite vegetable: I could literally eat an onion like an apple but out of respect to everyone’s nostrils, I don’t. An onion to me is one of the most important building blocks of any great dish.
Weapon of choice: A boning knife. Butchering is one of my favorite things to do.
Battle song: We just installed a horn that plays the Rocky theme song in preparation for this Blind Pig event.
Fightin' words for the opponents? For Our Taco Truck: "No wet T-shirt contest." For the Flying Falafel Brothers: "Quit being so nice, you guys are kinda freaking me out." For Pho Ya Belly: “No models or photo shoots.” For Tin Can Pizzeria: “I can’t believe you guys voted for Amendment One.”
If you win, then what? Then the world.

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