Gloria Walker dreamt of visiting Egypt to see the gigantic pyramids, ever since she was a little girl. Decades later, struggling with cancer, she still harbours the dream and it's her son who is making it come true now. This heart-warming story of love between mothers and their children will win you over. Dustin, who was always good at grilling food, decided to sell cheesesteaks from his house in order to collect money for her mother's trip to Egypt. Miles away, another loving son heard about it and showed up at Dustin's house with his food truck to help.
Mike Haukem, owner of Tony Boloney's eateries chain in New Jersey, saw a post by Philadelphia chef Michael Solomonov, in which he can be seen standing along with Dustin. Sharing the situation of Dustin Vitale, Michael wrote, "Hey Friends! This is @dvitale23!!! He is making INCREDIBLE cheesesteaks. His mother was diagnosed with stage 4 bladder cancer a little while ago and would like to go see the pyramids in Giza. We all know that teachers get paid shit for basically doing God's work so let's help out Dustin and his family and get some delicious cheesesteaks in return...homemade rolls, cooper sharp and plenty of love."
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The post touched Mike's heart and he rushed with a Tony Boloney food truck from the Atlantic City all the way to Philadelphia and parked the van outside Dustin's house to help him raise funds for his mother's trip. He even convinced other eateries in the Atlantic City to donate food and reached Philadelphia with some extra ribeye, rolls and cheese. He confessed on Instagram that he too loved his mother and wanted to help Dustin fulfil his mother's dream.
Mike posted a picture with Dustin in his food truck and wrote, "I love my mom. I love my mom so much that when I heard, via @phillyinsider & @mikesolomonov that Dustin @dvitale23 loves his mom and wants to take her on her dream trip to see the pyramids while fighting cancer by making cheesesteaks, it made me bring a full crew from Atlantic City with the food truck."
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Dustin too posted some pictures of the cheesesteaks they were selling and they sure looked delicious. Plain cheesesteak, chicken cheesesteak, Buffalo chicken cheesesteak - all come with fries and lots of meat, and cost just $15!
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