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  • EAT STREET S3

  • Continues Monday December 2nd at 7:55 pm, 8:55pm BKK/JKT
  • Nat Geo Adventure

DESCRIPTION

From a 42-foot truck serving the freshest and most traditional-style tacos to an ice cream truck – where the specialty topping is crushed wasabi peas!; from the modest pizza truck where the food isn’t fancy, just plain good to the more extravagant kiosk renowned for its delicious lobster rolls, food cart fare is the hottest trend going. The stars of the show are the vendors – mavericks with creative takes on mobile meals and inspiring stories to tell.

EPISODE GUIDE

  • Eat Street S3: Fries & Dolls
    Washington, DC, "Eat St." sets the GPS for Dangerously Delicious Pies where they offer up sweet and savory pies including the Apple Pie and the S.M.O.G.: Steak Mushroom Onion and Gruyere. Then "Eat St." trucks on up to Fries & Dolls in Calgary, Alberta, where they serve tasty curbside treats named after fabulous female icons including The Farrah, Pamela Poutine and The Calgary Cowgirl. Next up, it is a family affair at Papa Perrones in New York City, where the owner has brought his mamas traditional Sicilian recipes to the street. The final stop is Tampa Bay, Florida, at the La Guaguita truck for a feast of fine Washington, DC, "Eat St." sets the GPS for Dangerously Delicious Pies where they offer up sweet and savoury pies including the Apple Pie and the S.M.O.G.: Steak Mushroom Onion and Gruyere. Then "Eat St." trucks on up to Fries & Dolls in Calgary, Alberta, where they serve tasty curbside treats named after fabulous female icons including The Farrah, Pamela Poutine and The Calgary Cowgirl. Next up, it is a family affair at Papa Perrones in New York City, where the owner has brought his mamas traditional Sicilian recipes to the street. The final stop is Tampa Bay, Florida, at the La Guaguita truck for a feast of fine Puerto Rican food on their built-in patio. food on their built-in patio.
  • Eat Street S3: Purple Carrots
    First up is a trip to Lansing, Michigan, and the tempting Purple Carrot truck farm fresh feasting at its finest. Then "Eat St." stampedes over to Calgary, Alberta, for some revolutionary curbside cuisine at the Perogy Boyz truck whose Eastern European-inspired eats include traditional, Mexicali, and carrot cake perogies. From there "Eat St." goes south to San Francisco where an old school bus called Le Truc has been given a makeover and now serves gourmet street food like a skewered with Asian slaw and tri-tip steak sandwiches to the hungry masses. Finally Eat St. blasts into Miami, Florida, for Sugar Rush, a truck that caters to your sweet tooth with deep-fried cupcakes and cookies.
  • Eat Street S3: High Voltage Dining
    “Eat St." discovers shockingly tasty treats at Ms Ps Electric Cock in Austin, Texas, where they dish up southern comfort food such as the World Famous Waffles and Dirty Black Eyed Peas. Next, it is down to Tampa Bay, Florida, to hop on the Taco Bus for their Cochinita Pibil, Rajas con Queso and a very tasty Fish Tacos. Then it is onwards to New York City to visit Uncle Gussys, who makes Greek food fit for the gods. Portland is the final stop in this episode, pulling up at Lardos where the menu induces squeals of delight as customers pig out on dishes such as Pork Meatball Banh mi and a Pork Belly, Egg and Cheese Sandwich!
  • Eat Street S3: Planet Food
    First up, "Eat St." rolls into Los Angeles for a taste of Central America at Lidias Dominican Truck where they serve authentic Dominican delights such as Pernil Roasted Pork with Maduros and Wasakaka Chicken with Arroz con Guandules. Then get globally inspired at the El Gastrónomo Vagabundo truck in Toronto where international flavours are fused in dishes such as Albacore Tuna and Green Papaya Salad and Pickled Lamb Tongue coated with Panko and Egyptian Dukkah. Next it is a trip to Austin, Texas, for some classic Fish n Chips at the Bits & Druthers truck where the fish is coated in the yummiest, crunchiest beer batter around. Finally, "Eat St." caps it off with a trip to Washington, DC, to meet and eat with The Fojol Brothers, a traveling carnival of Ethiopian-inspired cuisine featuring dishes such as Beef Berbere and collard greens with Injera bread.
  • Eat Street S3: Delicious Delights
    There’s nowhere cooler than the Lake Street Creamery in Los Angeles, where they dish out unique ice cream flavors including Homemade Donuts, Earl Grey Tea, and even Whiskey.
  • Eat Street S3: Global Gastronomy
    Florida’s Wicked ‘Wiches truck is serving up the greatest – and most heart-stopping – things on sliced bread.
  • Eat Street S3: Monster Menus
    At New York City’s Gorilla Cheese truck, their cheesy sandwiches stretch almost as long as the line-up, with customers go ape for their Triple Cream Brie and Smoked Gouda sammies.
  • Eat Street S3: Nomadic Nosh
    In Baltimore, the king of food trucks is the Gypsy Queen, serving up eclectic eats such as the whole crab Soft Shell Crab BLT and Mac n’ Cheese stuffed into a waffle cone.
  • Eat Street S3: Go Nuts For Trucks
    The Pnut Butter Bar in Los Angeles shows theres more to peanuts than the classic PB n J sandwich by serving up nutty dishes such as the Elvis-inspired Thank You, Thank You Very Much sandwich, made with bacon, bananas, peanut butter and honey and grilled in butter, of course. Next, Snout and Co. in Seattle delivers comfort food with flavors drawn from Cuba to South Carolina, and features a Homemade Black Bean Burger and a Pulled Pork Sandwich with meat that has been slow cooking for 24 hours. Toronto is up next for some quality eating time at Smokes Poutinerie, where the poutine is made with cheese curds imported from Quebec and topped with everything from grilled chicken to Italian sausage to green peas. The final stop is in Orange County to flip out on perfect pancakes at the Crepes Bonaparte truck.
  • Eat Street S3: Cackalacks
    In Portland, Oregon, "Eat St." stops for some Southern-style fried chicken at Cackalacks Hot Chicken Shack where sandwiches such as the bacon and jalapeño-topped Jalopy have a distinctly sweet and spicy taste. Next is a trip over to London, England, for the best burritos in town at Luardos, offering chicken, pork or steak options out of a divinely inspired van called Jesus. Then it is back to the U.S. to Regal Ravioli to see how the pasta king of Austin packs big Texas flavors into his ravishing ravioli, with varieties such as Sausage & Peppers, Mushroom & Pecan Pesto and Butternut Squash. Lastly, "Eat St." heads north to Vancouver, B.C. , to sample a delicious Strawberry Coconut Smoothie and a Wellness Tequila Shot made of wheat grass, cayenne, ginger and lemon at The Juice Truck, a bright pink juicing laboratory on wheels.
  • Eat Street S3: A Truck Load of Fries
    "Eat St." finds sandwiches with a side helping of attitude at Portland, Oregons Big Ass Sandwich Truck, sampling their Pork Hammer, Beef Dip and Turkey Caesar sandwiches. Then it is time for bewitching hot dogs in Nashville at the I Dream of Weenie truck, where they conjure up tasty dogs like the Hot Southern Mess and the French Toast Weenie. Next up is Lizzies Lunchbox to get schooled on a fine mix of Texan and Mediterranean dining with fantastical dishes like the Cherry Cola Lamb Kebab and a Bourbon Mango Pulled Pork Sandwich. Finally, "Eat St." knocks on the door of The Latin House in Miami for some home-style cooking including a Muffin Top Burger and a Cabo Wabo Fish Taco.
  • Eat Street S3: Mobile Meals On Wheels
    In Atlanta, Georgia, "Eat St." visits the Mobile Marlay truck for some Irish-style Fish and Chips, and checks out their mean Beef Wellington. Next is an Orange County feast at the Seabirds truck. This vegan vehicle, which serves up succulent jack fruit tacos and tasty deep-fried mango for dessert, makes going without meat a real treat. For the true carnivores, Nashville, Tennessee, is the next stop to sample some smoking southern barbecue at Smoke et Al. Lastly, it is over to the Pie Spot in Portland, Oregon, where getting dessert means stuffing your face with tasty little pies in flavors such as Peanut Butter and Chocolate, Whipped Banana Cream, and Flambéed Marshmallow.
  • Eat Street S3: Sea Food & Eat It
    In Los Angeles, "Eat St." slams on the brakes for scrumptious seafood at Slap Fish, including their super fresh lobster grinder and a decadent crab & brie grilled cheese sandwich. Next, "Eat St." is Moroccan nrollin over to New York City to the Comme Ci Comme Ca truck where they serve up Moroccan food such as their lovely lemon chicken couscous. Then it is taco time in Atlanta, Georgia, at Texas Tacos for some marvelous Tex/Mex-inspired meals such as the super fresh chicken fresca and their own pastor de puerco. The final stop is at The Food Farm in San Diego for a healthy twist on classic dishes such as grass-fed sliders, an avocado melt sandwich and a yummy coconut rice dessert.
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