Epic Meal Time creator Harley Morenstein brought his Team Cuisine and nearly six million YouTube followers to Texas Motor Speedway earlier this month. The show is always looking for unique recipes and methods for cooking common food items -- in this case BBQ and milkshakes.
Epic Meal Time's experience included a pace car ride from Landon Cassill and visit atop Sunoco Rookie of the Year Ricky Stenhouse Jr.’s No. 17 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series pit box during the AAA Texas 500 Chase for the NASCAR Sprint Cup event. The No. 17 crew also helped Epic Meal Time, pinning hamburgers where Goodyear Eagles usually go.
Meanwhile, Epic Meal Time’s Handle It visited Texas Motor Speedway’s Speedway Club to learn how to make one of the track’s newest recipes, the Shake N’ Bake Brew. This unique treat is a milkshake featuring a mix of beer and maple-glazed bacon.
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