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Chef Nicky Morse Cooks For 5 Time World Champion

The Racing Chef will be at Texas Motorplex Sept. 24-27 (NHRA Fall Nationals)

Chef Nicky cooks for a 5 time world champion

Chef Nicky Morse is the chef for Team Jegs traveling with Jeg Coughlin Jr., 5 time National Hot Rod Association (NHRA) defending champion. Nicky is in his eighth season.

(Image of Chef Nicky Morse - Courtesy of Chef Nickey Morse - All Rights Reserved)

The NHRA POWERADE Drag Racing Series is the premier series for the sport of drag racing in the United States and is one of the most popular forms of auto racing nationwide.

The 24-race, $50 million series makes 22 stops across the country including Los Angeles, Chicago, Houston, Atlanta, Seattle, Las Vegas, Phoenix, San Francisco, Dallas, Indianapolis, St. Louis and Denver.

Click here to see the 2009 schedule.

A Gourmet kitchen on wheels Chef Nicky has a gourmet kitchen that is second to none- on wheels. I realize that being at a race track is not an affiliation that you would closely associate with fine dining. However, this story may interest you.

Racing is an all day event over the course of four days. Team members do not have a chance to leave and get a nutritious meal. Team Jegs has hired Nicky Morse as a full-time chef to solve that problem. Nicky Morse is from London, Ohio. He cooks lunch and dinner for anywhere between 20-30 people and travels around the country with the team from February to November.

Among other things, he has worked for a four star restaurant in Columbus, Ohio, he has cooked on the set of different shows on Country Music Television (CMT). He specializes in French and Italian-style cooking and all of food is prepared at the track in the JEG'S customized industrial-equipped kitchen.

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