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Chef and food truck aficionado Brad Miller travels across the country to find the latest and greatest bites on wheels. He highlights the innovative chefs who push the boundaries of food and their customers' curious palates.
Chef Brad Miller visits an Orange County food truck with a custom smoker on board. Then he heads to Austin, TX, to try classic Cajun dishes with a twist. Finally, in Los Angeles, he discovers an ice cream truck without a freezer.
Food truck aficionado Chef Brad Miller starts off in Durham, N.C., with a visit to American Meltdown, a food truck where Chef Paul Inserra is surprising customers with his innovative and mouthwatering spins on the classic grilled cheese sandwich. Then Brad heads to Minneapolis, Minn., to visit Bibuta, where sushi master Billy Tserenbat has turned his truck into a veritable sushi bar on wheels and uses only the highest quality ingredients, like fresh tuna and wagyu beef. Finally, Brad boards the Drizzle truck in Long Beach, Calif., where owner Jenny Diaz is combining fresh funnel cake and ice cream to create a whole new dessert that has customers lining up.
Brad Miller is hunting down must-eat food truck fare, and he starts in South Central Los Angeles at Billionaire Burger Boyz. They make the classic pairing of burger and fries bigger, better and bolder, and hungry customers line up around the block for their Jambalaya Fries and Hello Burger, an oversized beef patty stuffed with Cajun grilled shrimp. Then Brad heads to St. Paul, Minn., to meet Chef Aaron Hargrave, the owner of Blue Fire Pizza who turned his truck into a wood-fired oven and delivers perfect Neapolitan-style pizzas in under 90 seconds! Finally, Brad meets a husband and wife team in Durham, N.C., who serve Belgian waffles topped with cookie butter, fresh whipped cream and more from their truck, Belgian Waffle Crafters.
Brad Miller starts his search for great bites on wheels in Venice Beach, Calif., at the Prince of Venice, a food truck owned by an actual Italian prince, Prince Emanuele di Savoia! His trusted chef, Madeline, is winning over locals with her authentic handmade pastas, like Bucatini with Lemon Sauce. Then Brad travels to Minneapolis, Minn., to visit Flagsmash, where Chef Jaime Gonzalez is taking his favorite dishes from around the world and mashing them up with the beloved Mexican tortilla. Size does matter when it comes to his Megadilla, a crispy, monster-sized quesadilla loaded with chicken shawarma. While in Minneapolis, Brad also visits Sssdude-Nutz, where owner Bradley Taylor takes customers on a trip down memory lane with his playful doughnuts.
Brad Miller travels to Los Angeles to visit a husband-and-wife-owned truck that's winning over Californians with its authentic taste of France one buttery crepe at a time. Next, he's off to North Carolina for a taste of Indian street food made by an award-winning chef. Finally, Brad visits a larger-than-life hot dog cart in North Carolina that's putting a delicious spin on the American classic.
Brad Miller visits a food truck in Raleigh, North Carolina, where crowds are going wild for their 30 unusual meatball creations. Next, Brad heads to Lakewood, California, to board a buzz-worthy food truck that's giving locals an authentic taste of Spanish paella. Finally, Brad hits up a husband-and-wife-owned food truck in Los Angeles that has earned a cult following with its complex pho.
Brad Miller heads to Malibu, California, to find a shrimp-centric food truck that takes the crave-able crustacean to the next level with its tempura-battered Baja shrimp taco. Next, Brad hits Durham, North Carolina, where an Israeli-born chef has outfitted his truck with two stacked ovens to ensure his eager customers get a freshly baked pita to fill with his signature chicken shawarma. Finally, Brad travels to Los Angeles where a husband-and-wife team is serving up one-of-a-kind homestyle Puerto Rican mofongo.
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