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Each episode of "Big Food Truck Tip" features Andrew Zimmer as he shines the spotlight on the micro-businesses known as food trucks. One vendor per episode will receive a $10,000 tip from Zimmer and stamp of approval to help the business grow. "Our modern-day food world is blessed to have the extreme ambition, fun attitude, and glorious culinary output of today's truckers," Zimmern tells Broadway World.

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Andrew explores the outskirts of Charleston, S.C., where the food truck competition is fierce and dreams are big. He meets the owners of Brunch Holiday, a couple who serve a fusion of brunch traditions from the American South and the British Isles.
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Andrew visits The Gateway, Salt Lake City's premiere outdoor shopping center; he meets the owners of The Salty Pineapple, a colorful Hawaiian lunch plate truck that serves up Kalua Pig, Garlic Chicken and a hand-mashed fruit drink called O'tai.
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Andrew hits the streets of Minneapolis to explore the booming food truck scene; he checks out The Cave Cafe truck for East African-Italian fusion cuisine; he heads to Chicks on Wheels to experience one of the more eclectic food truck menus in town.
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Andrew attends a food truck rally in Huntington Beach, Calif.; he meets buddies who traded in corporate jobs to open their Chinese-inspired food truck, Mad Dumplings; their menu includes dumplings stuffed with fried chicken and longanisa sausage.
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Andrew visits Memphis, where he finds Mexican street tacos with a Tennessee twist at El Mero; the owners married the food they grew up with and created offerings like Southern fried chicken tacos and braised brisket quesadillas.
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Andrew heads to Birmingham, Ala., and meets the owner of Chubbfathers, who's committed to feeding hungry folks; Andrew also gets to know a couple that decided to take the money they had saved for a wedding and spend it on a food truck instead.

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