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Eat St CookbookEat St. is coming soon to a bookstore near you. Paperny Entertainment, the producer of the Canadian Screen Award nominated hit Food Network TV show, has teamed up with Penguin Canada to create Eat St., a companion cookbook based on the hugely popular television series of the same name. Written by the show’s globetrotting host James Cunningham, Eat St. will be published by Penguin Canada in Spring, 2013 and simultaneously in the U.S. by Pintail Books to coincide with the series’ highly anticipated season four launch.

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The Eat St. cookbook will allow food truck foodies to recreate a roadside experience in their very own kitchens. Bringing together the best recipes from all four seasons of the series, the book will feature over 125 mouth-watering recipes from the top mobile food vendors from North America and the U.K. From Nacho Grande Poutine, Triple Cream Brie Melt and Drunken Shrimp Tacos to Hot and Crunchy Chicken Cones, Maple Bacon Cupcakes and S’mores Waffles, the Eat St. cookbook will feature some of the most daring and delicious street food around.

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The Eat St. cookbook will be packed full of eye-popping food photography and great snapshots of the trucks, people, and chefs behind the mobile-truck food revolution that’s sweeping the nation. It’s the perfect companion cookbook for fans of the hottest food trend—a full-course meal of the world’s ultimate truck food.

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“Eat St. has captured the zeitgeist of the food truck frenzy currently sweeping the culinary world, and we’re thrilled to be taking all that’s wonderfully delicious about the television series to a new level with Penguin Canada,” says Audrey Mehler, Executive Vice-President, Paperny Entertainment. “Those in the know when it comes to gourmet dishes served out of a truck will be well served by the fabulous recipes and mouth-watering photographs packed into this cookbook. Now at last these delectable treats can be enjoyed in the comfort of home.”

Look for the Eat St. cookbook in bookstores everywhere in Spring, 2013.

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About the Author

Chris Ford is the founder of Stitches 'n Dishes and editor in chief with a passion for food, photography and travel. Chris is a Media Correspondent for the Food Network TV show, Eat St, a syndicated blogger, seasoned event organizer and promoter, a food critic, a marketing consultant and Social Media Marketing expert. Chris is also a fashion and entertainment photographer. When he's not dining on the sidewalk, he's snapping photos on the catwalk.

  • http://www.mightycasey.com/ MightyCasey

    Dude. Pix, with no clue to where to get that awesomeness?? Oh, the humanity =)

    • http://www.stitchesndishes.com/ StitchesnDishes

      LOL! I’ve tried a bunch of the recipes from previous show seasons… always SO good! Cookbook coming very soon!

  • http://www.stitchesndishes.com/ StitchesnDishes

    HA! I think I might be a better food critic than cook, too Harold. But for me it’s probably laziness really. It’s a lot easier letting someone else do the cooking!

  • http://www.workwithclintbutler.com/ Clint A. Butler

    OMG finally!!! My kind of cookbook!! I can’t wait!

    • http://www.stitchesndishes.com/ StitchesnDishes

      Me too Clint! Believe me! LOL

  • http://www.stitchesndishes.com/ StitchesnDishes

    I can’t wait to get my hands on it. Maybe I’ll make some videos of myself making some recipes!

  • http://www.stitchesndishes.com/ StitchesnDishes

    Just the teaser pictures made me hungry Ty!

  • http://www.stitchesndishes.com/ StitchesnDishes

    Good question. Based on my experience with food trucks and the recipes we’ve tried, I would have to say no. But, being someone who watches glucose levels myself, I’d say that most of the recipes can easily be converted to diabetic friendly ingredients.

  • http://www.stitchesndishes.com/ StitchesnDishes

    I think it will, Carly. So far, all the feedback and teaser info I’ve gotten, plus the recipes I’ve already tested are all incredible.

  • http://www.stitchesndishes.com/ StitchesnDishes

    It’ll be awesome Tom. I hope you check it out! Pass it on to your foodie friends.

  • http://www.stitchesndishes.com/ StitchesnDishes

    Ohhhhhhhhhh! Now I’m incredibly hungry Wayne! Don’t do that to me. LOL Sounds amazing.

  • http://www.stitchesndishes.com/ StitchesnDishes

    Thanks Michele!

  • http://twitter.com/mmwalker mmwalker

    I have some real foodie friends who would love to see this!! I will make sure I pass it along to them!

    • http://www.stitchesndishes.com/ StitchesnDishes

      Great! Then we’ll all have to come back and share pictures of our creations :-)

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