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RTÉ – IRELAND’S NATIONAL PUBLIC SERVICE MEDIA published this video item, entitled “Battle of the Food Trucks | RTÉ Player Original | New Episode Every Tuesday” – below is their description.
Presenter James Patrice is the host with the most as food truck chefs from across Ireland will go head-to-head to be crowned Ireland’s finest food truck! But they need to impress the judges, Eric Matthews, Head Chef at Michelin starred Chapter One Restaurant and Instagram sensation and cookbook author Gina Daly of The Daly Dish. Over the course of six weeks, six contestants compete against one another in a series of challenges to see who can win the crown and the coveted title of “Irelands Finest Food Truck” and drive away with €5,000 prize money! Proudly supported by 7UP Free.
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