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Meet the Food Truck Teams from Season 8

 Seven teams of food truck novices are slicing, dicing and deep-frying their way from New Orleans to Savannah in hopes of winning the $50,000 grand prize.  

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New Season. New Trucks. New Stakes.

Meet the food truck teams who are driving up to the challenge of cooking and selling their dishes each week, with the least successful heading home. 

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Braised in the South - Charleston, SC

Nick Hunter, Steven Klatt and Brandon Lapp met while working the line in the same restaurant years ago. With Steven and Brandon in the kitchen and Nick bringing in the customers, they're ready to turn their experience in fine dining into approachable dishes like BBQ Shrimp Tacos, Cajun Chicken “Tatchos” and Andouille Mac and Cheese.

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The Breakfast Club - Philadelphia

Mikey Robins isn’t your typical 19-year-old. He’s been cooking since he could reach the stove and already owns and operates a high-end event planning and catering consulting firm. His best friends Taylor and Ashanti are also a force to be reckoned with, and Mikey hopes their competitive spirit leads them to the finish line. Their brunch-on-the-go menu includes Chicken and Waffles, Breakfast Quesadillas and Eggs Benedict Sliders.

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Mr. Po’ Boys - Dallas

Cedric McCoy and Ryan Thompson met in culinary school and even though they are polar opposites, became fast friends and business partners. Their food booth at the Dallas Farmer’s Market is popular and lively, especially when these two sing loudly to relieve stress. Culinary school graduate Esther Torres joins them on the race to create unique, hand-crafted Po’ Boy sandwiches that take the road by storm.

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