isn't as much a food truck as it is a rolling rotisserie (hence the name). They hit different farmers markets multiple times a day, throughout the week, in a truck that has a dozen rotisserie spits built into the sides. It's open to the air, exposing Roli Roti's signature whole chickens and their big winner: the porchetta.
If you're unfamiliar, porchetta is a whole pork side, belly and loin together. It's de-boned and rolled-out to expose the inside, which is then rubbed with an italian herb blend (generally fennel, garlic, rosemary, salt, and pepper) and then rolled around itself, tied down, and cooked. The outside layer of skin becomes perfectly greasy and crispy cracklins, which provide a textural contrast to the fatty and tender inside. Okay, do I have your attention now?