Holley native advances in Food Truck Challenge
Holley native Steven Klatt and his team advanced in last night’s Food Truck Challenge on the Food Network.
Klatt, 30, is part of the Braised in the South team, which is based in Charleston, S.C.
The competition started with seven teams and each week a team is eliminated.
Braised in the South has made it through the first three rounds after moving on in Tuscaloosa, Alabama. (They also advanced in New Orleans and Pensacola, Fla.)
The show this Sunday moves to Nashville, Tenn. The finale is Sept. 24 with the winner receiving a $50,000 prize.
Klatt and the Braised in the South co-teammates Nick Hunter and Brandon Lapp serve up pulled pork, shrimp and grits, macaroni and cheese and other tasty food.
Steven is the son of Ryan Klatt and Susan Colby, the Clarendon town clerk.
Steven graduated from Holley in 2005, and then earned a culinary degree from Paul Smith’s College in the Adirondacks.
He moved South about a decade ago.