Sunday, October 4, 2015

Macaron food truck guy is a hit on 'Live'

Dan Tang of Sugar Philly is a food truck finalist.

Macaron food truck guy is a hit on 'Live'

Sugar Philly´s Dan Tang making macarons with Kelly Ripa and Michael Strahan.
Sugar Philly's Dan Tang making macarons with Kelly Ripa and Michael Strahan. Disney-ABC Domestic Television

Daytime TV's Live With Kelly and Michael is hosting 10 trucks from around the country, competing for fame and glory in Live's "Truckin’ Amazing Cook-Off.”

Each Friday for 10 weeks, a trucker will show up, do a demo, present a recipe, and hope to get votes.

The Philly area has three representatives: the Mustache Mobile and Michael “The Butcher” Hauke of the seminal Atlantic City sandwich shop Tony Boloney's; George Bieber of the Sunflower Truck Stop: Mobile Café, usually found at the Phoenixville Farmers Market.; and Sugar Philly, whose chef Dan Tang prepped French macarons on the show Monday.

You can log on onto the "Live" website to vote.
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