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Get ready for a mouth-watering ride as Eat St. returns for a third season on Food Network Canada. The fun begins on Wednesday, May 9 at 10pm ET/PT with a pair of brand new back-to-back episodes.
Longtime viewers can look forward to another full season of delicious delights from 60 new street food vendors in 20 different cities. This season features crazy new items like the Boss Hog, a habanero jelly and pork shoulder doughnut in Austin, Texas, deep fried cupcakes and cake-filled milkshakes in Miami, Florida, and a whopping three patty Whole Truck burger with optional cheese curds in Calgary. Viewers will also get a glimpse of the international food truck scene when Eat St. travels to London for an eagerly anticipated one-hour U.K. special. Produced by Paperny Entertainment and directed by Peter Waal, Eat St. is your undisputed source for all things street food.
“Eat St. delivers a curb-side look at the street food revolution that is playing out worldwide – and the popularity of the show in Canada and the U.S. is a testament to that,” says Cal Shumiatcher, Executive Producer, Paperny Entertainment. “Also, part of this movement has been spurred on by vendors connecting with patrons through social media sites such as Twitter, which is why the Eat St. App is the perfect cross-platform tool to complement this show.”
Each episode of Eat St. takes viewers behind the counter and into the heart of street food by showcasing four different street food vendors. This season explores every type of street cuisine imaginable – from Portland’s meat-tastic Pork Hammer sandwich stuffed with ham, bacon and sausage, to the Pnut Butter Bar in Los Angeles, which dishes up an Elvis-inspired concoction of bacon, bananas and peanut butter, to deep fried Cajun spice battered chicken and honey-butter doughnuts in Austin, Texas. Cities featured this year include Vancouver, Miami, Cleveland, Nashville, Seattle, and Washington DC, to name just a few. Canadian comedian James Cunningham returns to host Eat St.
Following the show, viewers can take the street food experience in their pocket with the updated Eat St. App, which uses GPS to locate nearby food trucks. The redesigned app allows users to build a personal profile, link with their Facebook and Twitter accounts, gain points by taking photos, add tips and rate dishes, as well as search for and review vendors. The new version of the app is more community-driven, as users input new cart details and correct existing information, increasing the app's accuracy. Vendors can also create a profile for their food cart, post recipes and menus, offer special deals and discounts, and update their location regularly. The iPhone app has been downloaded over 300,000 times and is available on iTunes. It can also be accessed at www.EatStApp.com. The Eat St. App is a collaboration between Paperny Entertainment and Invoke Media.
Hungry for more? Enjoy a double helping of Eat St. on Wednesday, May 9 at 10pm ET/PT and 10:30pm ET/PT on Food Network Canada.
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