). From their little white trailer, they serve anything and everything they can put into an egg roll. Both are new to the food biz — Dillingham notes they’ve both worked at fast-food spots, though they’re accustomed to cooking at home for friends. He also holds a BS in business administration from UCCS.
“We’ve been talking about doing a food truck for a while,” Dillingham says. “We’ve messed around [in the kitchen] a little bit, doing breakfast egg rolls, trying different recipes. We decided to do a food truck based on that egg roll idea.”
But whatever their credentials, Dillingham says the customer response has been good. Outside of the brewery circuit, they spend some afternoons near Widefield Community park, near where they grew up.
“The response there has been crazy,” Dillingham says.
On Jan. 6, co-owners Bryce Dillingham and Eddie Parliment formally debuted their business venture, Roll Up Food Truck (mobile business,