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Adam Allison of the SuperFarm SuperTruck: Pie Social Celebrity Bakers 2015

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Forks up, Phoenix! Chow Bella and Roosevelt Row present the sixth annual Pie Social at 2 on Saturday, November 21, at the Bioscience High School at 512 East Pierce Street in Phoenix. We've got an all-star lineup of bakers making pies for you to taste, and from now till Pie Social, we'll introduce them to you, one by one through pie charts designed by each chef to capture his or her persona as a baker.

Today: Adam Allison of SuperTruck

Though he was born in Alabama and raised in Philadelphia, Adam Allison has spent the past 22 years in Phoenix. He's been working in kitchens since age 15, and his résumé includes time at Skeptical Chymist in Scottsdale before he ventured into the food truck scene as chef/owner of the Frank., United Steaks of Cheese, and Rounders food trucks. He's since sold those mobile businesses, though he's still in the street food game as executive chef of the SuperFarm SuperTruck. Allison's food takes inspiration from everything from Southern to Southwestern fare, but the bottom line is this: "Food is a bond that keep generations together."

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