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    Smothered french fries and tater tots are the latest food craze, so we caught up with Flying Pig food truck owner Ayla Cabrera to talk about her popular version, deviled pig taters.

Smothered french fries and tater tots are the latest food craze, so we caught up with Flying Pig food truck owner Ayla Cabrera to talk about her popular version, deviled pig taters. Kelsey Grey kgrey@fresnobee.com
Smothered french fries and tater tots are the latest food craze, so we caught up with Flying Pig food truck owner Ayla Cabrera to talk about her popular version, deviled pig taters. Kelsey Grey kgrey@fresnobee.com

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