Instead of cooking professionally, he worked in IT for several years in order to support his two young kids until around five years ago, when his company entered a period of mass layoffs. “They didn’t let me go, but they were doing layoffs. So I was like, it’s not safe here. Maybe I’ll open a food truck,” Lopez recalls.
As he considered the option, he confided in Ruybal. “We were living together and talking about it,” she says. “I worked, and…
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