This is the truck at a festival in 2012 [Photo: Facebook]
Last week, the team behind the beloved Roti Rolls truck wrapped up their epic reign at four-day music festival Bonnaroo. Owner Cory Burke and another chef prepped for three weeks leading up to the event, pouring an estimated 120 hours of work into the project, before they even left for Tennessee. Burke also said Adam Richman of the Travel Channel stopped by the truck to interview him for a new show.
But perhaps what's most impressive is the sheer volume of food they were slinging at festival-goers, eventually running out of grub before most of the other trucks. Keep reading to find out just how much roti love was spread at Bonnaroo...
Roti Rolls staffers at the festival: 10
Number of hours they served daily: 15
Pounds of pickled daikon sold: 80
Gallons of kimchi sold: 95
Hours of prep before the festival: 120
Pounds of curried vegetables sold: 360
Pounds of short rib sold: 380
Pounds of mac and cheese sold: 400
Most popular roti: Thurman Murman