In the six-episode series, Hannah -- a self-proclaimed food enthusiast -- travels the country to discover local dishes and engage in unique conversations. Among the cities she'll visit are Santa Fe, New Mexico, where she'll learn about the hottest chilies, and Portland, Maine, where she'll catch New England lobsters with her bare hands, along with Asheville, North Carolina; Eugene, Oregon; Minneapolis, Minnesota; and Missoula, Montana.
ET exclusively debuts a sneak peek from the second episode, where Hannah pays a visit to Asheville and finds out the story behind Southern staple, cathead biscuits. Watch the clip above.
“Food Network has been an incredible partner and I'm really proud of the show we made together. I am so excited to share the experiences of extraordinary meals and the chefs who shared their passions and expertise with me on I Hart Food," Hannah, who also serves as executive producer, said in a statement. "I'm a major food enthusiast, and this show is perfect for those who have an insatiable appetite for all things food!”
“Hannah’s young, fresh voice and unique sense of humor make her food adventures a perfect fit for our viewers,” said Kathleen Finch, Chief Programming, Content and Brand Officer of Scripps Network Interactive. “Her enthusiasm is sure to inspire others to hit the road for their own culinary journeys.”
Hannah rose to fame after creating and starring in the weekly YouTube series, My Drunk Kitchen, which premiered in 2011. The following year, Hannah launched Hello, Harto, her first scripted project that helped distribute food to local communities across the United States, which led to her year-round international initiative, Have a Hart Day. She is also the best-selling author of 2014's My Drunk Kitchen: A Guide to Eating, Drinking and Going With Your Gut and 2016's Buffering: Unshared Tales of a Life Fully Loaded.
I Hart Food premieres Monday, Aug. 14 at 10 p.m. ET/PT on Food Network.