Why'd the chicken cross the road? Probably 'cause it was in the back of Ezell's Express, a mobile food operation launched by the legendary fried chicken shop that's slinging their signature wingettes/strips -- and, unlike Ezell's stationary locations, has the ability to cross, and otherwise use, roads.
Here's what it looks like! Just kidding. That, inexplicably, is a shoe truck they built for SeaFair.
This is the actual food truck, which they've painted green and gold, presumably because you'll be unloading the former to score chicken that's the color of the latter.
Inside is where the magic happens -- if, by "magic", you mean cooking up delicious plates of either their original or their 24-hour-marinated New Orleans-style chicken, like the one above.
Every food truck's gotta roll, or they'd never be able to cross/use the road -- but only Ezell's has rolls that're handmade and baked fresh everyday.