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“We do everything we can – the beans, the coleslaw, our graters and sauces,” said Willis.

Willis also takes the time to support his fellow food truckers in his neighborhood as well as the less fortunate.

“I’ll see homeless people digging for food in the garbage and I’ll come and tell them, ‘Don’t do this, let me make you something to eat,'” he said. “I’ve been very blessed in my life, but I know that most of us are only a crisis away from ending up on the streets. So I try to spread as much goodwill as possible. “

EAT SUN AND LIFE

Food Sun and Life Facebook page Mark Monhollon met his wife, Rosie, while he was in the Peace Corps in Honduras. They married, moved to the United States in the 1980s, and raised five children. Rosie has a degree in nursing and has worked in the medical field for more than two decades.

Rosie was also an accomplished cook. Their specialty was the labor-intensive Honduran tamal. When she was half tired, Mark had an idea.

“One day he said, ‘Why don’t we sell them?’ Said Rosie, and so was born Comida Sol y Vida Food Truck.

“Food Sun and Life” sums up the rosy attitudes of Rosie, Mark and a daughter, Perla, who handles social media, marketing and cooking for the food truck.

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