Food Truck Nation on Cooking Channel returns for Season 2 on July 16th and this means we will have even more places that we want to eat at. The season will feature 13 episodes of Brad Miller traveling the country to see some exciting food while talking to the chefs that run the food trucks. Brad will visit three trucks an episode in Food Truck Nation and some of the items include “ne-of-a-kind Blueberry Pie PB&J, filled with an actual blueberry pie, crust and all, or a loaded hot dog that boasts two all-beef franks with spiced shredded cabbage, chimichurri spread and a healthy portion of guacamole” along with many others.
The first episode of the new season of Food Truck Nation will have Brad visiting Denver for Simply Pizza, then over to Atlanta for the Happy Belly truck, and back to Las Vegas for the Cookie Bar. Over the rest o the season he will visit St. Louis, Missouri; Portland, Oregon; Nashville, Tennessee; and Seattle, Washington.
Food Truck Nation Returns with New Episodes This Summer as Host Brad Miller Visits the Best Meals on Wheels New Season Premieres Tuesday, July 16th at 9:00pm ET/6:00pm PT
FOOD TRUCK NATION RETURNS WITH NEW EPISODES THIS SUMMER AS HOST BRAD MILLER VISITS THE BEST MEALS ON WHEELS
New Season Premieres Tuesday, July 16th at 9:00pm ET/6:00pm PT on Cooking Channel
Food truck aficionado Brad Miller returns to Cooking Channel with a new season of Food Truck Nation, premiering Tuesday, July 16th at 9:00pm ET/6:00pm PT. During the season’s 13 episodes, Brad travels the country to introduce viewers to the latest and greatest bites on wheels and the innovative chefs who continue to push the boundaries with their food. Each episode features Brad visiting three trucks to taste and discuss their signature cuisine and the stories behind them; whether it is a one-of-a-kind Blueberry Pie PB&J, filled with an actual blueberry pie, crust and all, or a loaded hot dog that boasts two all-beef franks with spiced shredded cabbage, chimichurri spread and a healthy portion of guacamole, Brad pays homage to these dishes with cultural influences from across the globe.
“Food trucks continue to be a showcase for up-and-coming chefs, while serving up audacious dishes that you wouldn’t think possible from a mobile kitchen,” said Courtney White, President, Food Network and Cooking Channel. “With summer approaching, Brad Miller is the perfect guide for viewers who may be hitting the open road to find some of the best food trucks around.”
In the premiere, Brad Miller visits the Mile High City of Denver, Colorado, where family-run food truck Simply Pizza is cranking out crowd-pleasing Neapolitan-style pies, all thanks to their custom-designed monster food truck equipped with a massive wood burning oven that has pizzas hot and fresh in 90 seconds flat. Brad then heads down to Atlanta, where the Happy Belly truck is cooking up mouth-watering, artisanal burgers that boast freshly smoked meats in their custom ceramic smoker. Finally, Brad travels to Las Vegas, Nevada, to find the Cookie Bar, where this food truck is putting an adult twist on a childhood favorite with their specialty cookies infused with homemade spirits. Throughout the season Brad showcases the chefs behind these awe-inspiring food trucks, who are creating mouthwatering dishes that have customers continually coming back for more. Other stops during the season include St. Louis, Missouri; Portland, Oregon; Nashville, Tennessee; and Seattle, Washington.
Brad Miller grew up in a suburb of Chicago, where he spent much of his childhood cooking alongside his grandmother and lending a hand in his father’s butcher shop. Deciding to transform this passion into a career, Brad enrolled in Scottsdale Culinary Institute’s Cordon Bleu program, where upon graduating he worked for Arizona’s Latilla Restaurant and Wright’s at the Biltmore, before heading to Los Angeles’ Michelin-starred Patina. Brad is currently Chef and Partner at Inn of the Seventh Ray restaurant in California.
Go to cookingchanneltv.com/foodtrucknation for recipes of some of the country’s best food truck bites and join in on the conversation with hashtag #FoodTruckNation.