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Eat St. is a lip-smacking celebration of North America's tastiest, messiest and most irresistible street food. From Tijuana-style tacos served out of an Airstream trailer and pizzas baked in a brick oven on wheels...
Season two's first port of call is sunny San Diego, to meet the Mangia Mangia Mobile run by two hot headed Italians. Biting at the heels is a visit to Austin, Texas, to the Pig Vicious Trailer for all things pork related. Still in Austin, we pay a call to the Cazamance Trailer for some sizzling Senegalese cuisine. And finally, we heat things up in New Orleans with a fire truck called Dragos that serves char broiled oysters right off the back!
Baconmania is a truck out of Costa Mesa, Calif., that is crazy about one thing, you guessed it, bacon. From Bacon Balls to Bacon Popcorn to a Bacon Smoothie, these guys have got all the bacon bases covered ... in bacon! From there we pull up to the Curbside truck in Baton Rouge whose plan is to improve the classics in every way they can. The Buttermilk truck in downtown L.A. is our third stop and they decided that breakfast was such an important meal it should be served all day, and if you taste their Red Velvet Pancakes, you'll understand why. Final port of call is a trip to Austin, Texas, for some serious Italian cuisine at the Jalopy truck where they serve their dishes down a slide off the back of an 18 wheeler!
In Denver, The Inventing Room is the coolest cart in town, featuring desserts that are "cooked" with liquid nitrogen. Next, we heat things up with The Burnt Truck in Irvine, Calif., where small is beautiful as they serve up bite size sliders with comforting toppings like PB 'n' J and Buttermilk Fried Chicken. After that we roll into Baton Rouge, La., for some alligator tacos at the Taco De Paco truck, Mexican flavor with real bite. Final stop in this episode is deliciously devilish as we drive to Austin, Texas, to taste hot dogs that are b.b.b.bad to the bun at The Evil Weiner truck.
Jen and Outlaw's Fish Fry, a mobile truck serving Alabama-style crawfish in the heart of Brooklyn add a little bit of southern hospitality into all their dishes including Catfish Po'boy and Deep Fried Pickles. Next up is Riffs truck out of Nashville, serving up Caribbean cuisine to suit all tastes. Irvine, Calif., is where we then find ourselves experiencing Asian and Latin infused Tacos from the Dos Chinos truck which is itself a feast for the eyes. Finally we stop off in Denver and go nuts for donuts at the Sugar Lips truck with dinky delights topped with treats such as cherries and chocolate, lemon ginger or even bacon bits and jalapeno jam.
James Cunningham's first stop is MOgridder's, a 35-foot-long food truck in the heart of the Bronx in New York that's serving up almost three pounds of prime, smoked BBQ ribs per serving.
Feed Your Hole is a deli truck that is part band tour bus and part bomber air plane, serving up old school BBQ recipes out of East Manhattan. Next we hitch a ride to The Biscuit Bus in Denver, for some home cooked Southern goodness like their best selling Franklin Biscuit filled with fried chicken, bacon, cheese and sausage gravy. Brooklyn also gets a visit from the Eat Street team to get a sugar fix from the Treats Truck where everyone gets their just desserts! Finally we drive to Nashville to chow down at The Grilled Cheeserie which emphasises the use of locally sourced ingredients.
First up the Fukuburger truck in Las Vegas, Nev., fuses Japanese flare and flavor with the all American Hamburger to produce culturally, culinary classics. We then fly over to the Soul Patrol truck in Honolulu for some Southern fried chicken. Big Wheel Provisions in Orlando, Fla., is next where they are serving gourmet delights for everyday folk such as beef heart skewers and deviled eggs with roasted peppers. Last up is a stop for some Wafels & Dinges in Brooklyn featuring the King of Waffels.
Eat Street starts by hitting L.A. to feast on Sushi at the Jogasaki truck, Japanese cuisine with a Mexican twist. From there we say aloha to Opal's Thai Truck in Honolulu, as we sample their Pad Thai, Penang Curry and Drunken Noodles. It's an experience where you definitely get more bang-kok for your buck. Next we roll on down to Las Vegas, Nev., to really heat things up at the Sloppy Jo's truck whose concept revolves around one special ingredient, the New Mexican hatch chile that's used in every dish. Last but not least, we visit South Carolina for some magical stuffed chicken wings at the 2Fat2Fly truck.
Rosa Bella Cucina in Burbank, Calif., is first on our plate serving up a variety of Italian deli delights. Then all bets are off in Vegas as we sample the best Dim Sum at the Tasty Bunz truck. Next we feature Cupcakes in Orlando, Fla., at the Yum Yum truck, whose name says it all. Finally, we treat ourselves to some fantastic fish tacos in Hawaii at Camille's on Wheels.
First up we're in South Carolina where the Bone In Barbecue truck takes pride in smoking their meats for at least 14 hours to perfect their Southern delights. Next it's a French-Asian fusion with the Dim-Ssam-a-Go-Go truck in Miami where we go-go crazy for their cracklin' duck herb sandwich. Then it's a ride to Hawaii to feast on Filipino fusion food at the Flip't Out truck. And finally, we get bent out of shape with delight at the Crooked Spoon truck in Orlando to try out their mac and cheese and a swordfish dish with shrimp and grits.
We start in Las Vegas, Nev., at the Foodslinger Truck whose Philly cheese steak sandwich is one of the best around. We then roll into San Jose, Calif., where we get wowed by The Wow truck with its Filipino rice plates. Next we get our hands on Mr Good Stuff's Arepas in Miami, Fla., Venezualan tacos that are the new vice in town. Finally, we stop in Portland, Ore., at the Eurotrash truck for fine European cuisine such as their bacon foie gras waffle and piri piri chicken.
The Swamp Shack in Portland, Ore., is our first stop where we wrestle with alligator jambalaya and an equally mean bread pudding. Next, we cruise into Miami, Fla., for something big, spicy and full of flavor at The Latin Burger truck. Then in Santa Monica, Calif., we have a date with The Shrimp Pimp sampling their delicious po' boy sandwich and drunken shrimp taco. Last up, we drive to South Carolina for an Italian feast at Strada Cucina.
If music be the food of love, eat on because in San Francisco the Brass Knuckle Truck serves up music themed dishes such as Fry 'n' Maiden, Prawns 'n' Roses and a Snoop Dog. Then we pay a visit to puppy friendly Portland, Ore., to eat at The Dog House, a truck stop in that serves up comfort food out of dog bowls. Motoring back to San Francisco we stop by Babaloo for some Cuban cuisine. Finally, we line up at Re-Up in Vancouver, Canada, for some highly addictive Southern-style barbecue.
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