Television | Set your DVR’s for Food Truck Nation
Brad Miller is hosting a new series, Food Truck Nation, on Cooking Channel beginning on January 22nd. If that name sounds familiar it is with good reason. Miller trained at Scottsdale Culinary Institute and went on to work at Latilla and Wright’s at the Biltmore. When he moved on to California he worked at LA’s Michelin starred Patina. He is currently the Chef and partner at Inn of the Seventh Ray restaurant in California.
Chef Miller and Food Truck Nation will take viewers on a delicious road trip to find the best food trucks in the country. Each episode will feature three food trucks. You’ll learn all there is to know about the incredible chefs and teams and what they bring to their mobile kitchens. From handmade pasta to big-as-your-face quesadillas, each of the six episodes will showcase epic trucks, innovative chefs and inspiring culinary creations.
“Food trucks have become a staple within our food culture, with so many skilled and creative chefs pushing the envelope of mobile culinary fare,” said Courtney White, President, Food Network and Cooking Channel. “Brad Miller brings his culinary pedigree and adventurous spirit to shine a light on these food truck owners and their entrepreneurial spirit who serve up delicious meals to their neighborhoods every day.”
The first episode will have Chef Miller traveling from LA to St. Paul and then to Durham. Viewers will learn all about the monster burger served up by Billionaire Burger Boyz, wood-fired pizza from Blue Fire Pizza and finally Belgian waffles topped with cookie butter and fresh whipped cream made with love and creativity by Belgian Waffle Crafters.
Other episodes include stops in California where Brad boards the Drizzle Truck to check out a new twist on a festival favorite – the funnel cake; and in Minneapolis, Brad meets sushi master Billy Tserenbat, who has turned his truck named Bibuta into a veritable sushi bar on wheels, combining fresh tuna and wagyu beef to create his signature Surf and Turf Burrito.