Cleveland Chef Currently Taping 'Unnamed Nationally Televised Food Truck Race'

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A former and current chef at Touch Supper Club in Ohio City has quietly slipped away to compete on an "unnamed nationally televised food truck race." All that we can divulge is that the chef's name is Dylan, and he's competing in a truck called Let There Be Bacon, which (spoiler alert) serves bacon-themed fare.

"He applied last year but didn't make it," explains Touch owner Rob Ivanov. "They actually reached out to him this year to compete."

The competition began in Tuscan before moving on to Austin. The team has progressed past both cities, according to the team's tweets.

Follow Dylan and his pig rig on Twitter at @LTBBacon and on Facebook to keep abreast of the action.

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