ABC's The Chew interviews 2 Fat 2 Fly owners Corey Simmons and Ramon Dickerson.
2 Fat 2 Fly customer Felicia Hollingsworth indulges in the unique and tasty wings.
By: Kristina Bryant
The Columbia based food truck 2 Fat 2 Fly is grabbing national attention on ABC's The Chew. Their unique and tasty dishes such as chicken wings stuffed with mac and cheese, jambalaya, biscuits and gravy, and chicken parmesan are being featured. The TV crew visited the famous food truck's owners on Tuesday during lunch time. Owners, Corey Simmons and Ramon Dickerson, pleased the palates of countless customers waiting in the parking lot of Huger Street.
Customers could sense the positive attitude from the inseparable best friends turned business partners. The charismatic duo is well known for their smiling faces and selfless personality.
"We've known each other pretty much our whole lives...most of the time," Simmons said. "It was inevitable that we were going to be kicking it together forever."
Both old and new customers waited in line for as long as it took to get a chance to taste the delicious, uncommon recipes of 2 Fat 2 Fly.
"This is my first time trying them," Felecia Hollingsworth said as she indulged in the juicy wings. "I've been trying to get here for almost six months now."
The famous food truck has been around Columbia for several years, but it consistently attracts so many customers that the food truck ran out of their specialty wings after an hour.
2 Fat 2 Fly has also earned an eight episode show on the Oprah Winfrey Network. The docu-series is set to premier on February 28 at 10 p.m.