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On Dead Set on Life boisterous chef Matty Matheson isn't picky about what he eats -- he'll eat a $6 sub at a gas station, then later in the day eat a meal made from some of the most expensive, sought-after ingredients available. Now, the Toronto-based chef is combining his love of food and adventure as he heads across his native Canada to experience some of the foods made by his fellow countrymen, whether they're closer to cheap gas-station eats or delicacies at five-star establishments. Matheson, along with new and old friends, eats a variety of foods that he encounters on his journey.
Matty and Rang head to south Vietnam to visit the town where Rang grew up. Matty meets Rang's family and learns the harrowing story of how Rang came to Canada.
Matty and Rang head to Hanoi to check out Vietnam's growing restaurant scene and meet up with a few French ex-pats to sample some of the best French inspired Vietnamese dishes.
French Canadians are known for having a strong cultural identity. Matty investigates the uniqueness of Quebecois culture through a number of unusual subcultures, including LARPing!
Matty heads to New Orleans to check out two different takes on Mardi Gras; Lundi Gras in the Lower 9th ward, and Cajun Mardi Gras in Lafayette.
Matty experiences one of Canada's oldest Jewish communities; Rabbi Bernath, aka `The Hipster Rabbi', shows Matty around Montreal's kosher food community.
Matty experiences the Inuit way of life while visiting the Arctic. On his journey to Iqaluit, Nunavut, he discovers how the high cost of food is impacting Inuit traditions.
Toronto is a multicultural city, offering a wide variety of culinary adventures. Matty takes part in his first Caribana celebration and learns about West Indian culture.
Growing up as a hardcore kid in Fort Erie, Matty has always heard stories of legendary football pre-game tailgate parties, but has never attended one...until now.
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