Server Speak: How Are You Handling the Food Truck Heat?

Hans Berreau, Ian Cosgrove, Kirk Emerick Position: Owner and chefs Years in the Truck:  2   Loud Mouth Food Truck Your tolerance builds up. We took the temperature of his body and it was 130 degrees once. That’s when you drink a gallon of water.

Server Speak: How Are You Handling the Food Truck Heat?

Tony Fritz and Ellie Weber Position: Host Years in the truck: 2 full years, 3rd season O’Cheeze Food Truck We each buy our own giant jugs of water. Eventually our body just stops sweating.  It’s 15 degrees warmer in here versus outside. We took the thermometer down because we didn’t want to know. Denial.

Server Speak: How Are You Handling the Food Truck Heat?

Abu Shik Position: Manager Years in the Truck: 6  Brava Food Truck August is the worst. We don’t use the fryer, but it can get up to 120-130 degrees, especially when it’s humid.

Server Speak: How Are You Handling the Food Truck Heat?

Kyle Riley Position: Cook Years in the Truck: Newbie New Bohemia Wurst & Bierhaus Food Truck I haven’t worked the summer yet. We’re talking about getting a fan.

Server Speak: How Are You Handling the Food Truck Heat?

Phil Gaffney Position: Owner Years in the Truck: 5th season MidNord Empanada Truck We shade the front windows. Wear shorts, T-shirt and drink lots of water. It’s hard to describe. Sweaty and sticky? Personally we just push through it.

 

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