James Cunningham's first port of call is Cleveland, Ohio, and the Dim and Den Sum truck for some tasty Asian American comfort food. Then visit a secret back alley in Calgary, Canada, for ultimate urban delights at Alley Burger. Trek across the Atlantic to London for a spicy Indian mouthful at a cart called Everybody Love Love Jhal Muri Express. And finally, speed on over to Tampa to stop at the Wicked 'Wiches truck where they know what side their bread's buttered on.
James Cunningham begins this outing in Baltimore at the king of food trucks, Gypsy Queen Cafe, run by two former restaurant owners serving up eclectic eats such as a soft-shell crab BLTs and mac 'n' cheese stuffed into a waffle cone. From there things heat up at Baby's Badass Burgers in Los Angeles for some truly top-shelf burgers with names like The Bombshell, The All American Girl and The Cougar. Put the brakes on in Lansing, Michigan, to enjoy some slow fast food at the Trailer Park'd truck, where locally sourced meats are smoked for hours every morning. The final stop is in Rosemead, California, to get a real kick out of the Truck Norris truck that serves up home-style Filipino cuisine such as Ninja Shepherds Pie and Notorious R.I.B.
James Cunningham begins this tour at Gorilla Cheese in New York, a truck whose cheesy sandwiches stretch almost as long as their lines. From there, head to London, England, to visit Eat My Pies, a stand that's bringing back quality traditional food such as pork pies, black pudding Scotch eggs and a royally good custard tart. Fly back across the Atlantic to Vancouver, British Columbia, to the Coma truck for narcoleptic nourishment that's a fusion of Korean, Mexican and American. The final stop is in Cleveland at the Nosh Box, a truck that brought their homemade favorites, like grilled cheese and burgers, to the street for all to enjoy.
James Cunningham introduces Dangerously Delicious Pies in Washington, D.C., before trucking up to Fries and Dolls in Calgary, Alberta, Canada, where they're serving up tasty curbside treats named after female icons including The Farrah and The Daisy Duke. Next up is a family affair at Papa Perrone's in New York City, where the owner has brought his mama's traditional Sicilian recipes to the street. Last but not least, head to Tampa to La Guaguita truck to feast on fine Puerto Rican food.
James Cunningham's first stop is Caplansky's, a Jewish deli truck out of Toronto, Canada, serving up classics with a twist such as the WZE Sandwich, featuring grilled kosher-style salami, schmaltz-laced chopped liver and Russian honey mustard in a mini challah bun. Cool things down at LA's Lake Street Creamery with deliciously unique ice cream flavors including Earl Grey Tea and whiskey. Next, roll into Nashville for some original Mexican gourmet at the Yayo's O.M.G truck, and then go nuts for doughnuts in Austin, Texas, at the Gourdough's truck, where they do one-of-a-kind doughnuts like The Porky's, injected with jalapeno jelly, cream cheese and Canadian bacon.
James Cunningham begins this trip in Lansing, Michigan, where The Purple Carrot Truck offers the finest farm-fresh feast. Then, roll into Miami for a sampling of deep-fried cupcakes and milkshakes with added cake from Sugar Rush. From there, head to San Francisco where an old school bus was made over into Le Truc, offering gourmet-style street food to the hungry masses, and he close things out in Calgary, Canada, for some revolutionary, Eastern European-inspired curbside cuisine from the Perogy Boyz truck.
James Cunningham starts off in Los Angeles for a taste of Central America at Lidia's Dominican Truck, which serves authentic Dominican delights, and then he gets globally inspired by fusion cuisine at the Gastronomo Vagabundo truck in Toronto. Next, take a trip to Austin, Texas, for some classic fish and chips at the Bits and Druthers truck, and cap it all off with a trip to Washington, D.C., to meet and eat with The Fojol Brothers, a traveling carnival of Ethiopian-inspired cuisine.
James Cunningham turns up the voltage with some shockingly tasty treats at Austin's Ms. P's Electric Cock, dishing up Southern comfort food. Next truck down to Tampa Bay to catch the Taco Bus and try their cochinita pibil, rajas con queso and a very tasty butternut squash tostada. Move on to New York City to visit Uncle Gussy's, which makes Greek food fit for the gods, and stop in Portland, Oregon, for a pork-filled menu that has people squealing with delight at Lardo's.
James Cunningham begins this culinary adventure at the Pnut Butter Bar in Los Angeles, which proves there's more to peanut butter the classic PB and J sandwich. Next up is Snout and Co. in Seattle, which is delivering Cuban-influenced comfort food with Southern roots, like a homemade black bean burger and a pulled pork sandwich with meat that takes 24 hours to prepare. Then visit Toronto, Canada, to put in some quality eating time at Smoke's Poutinerie, where the menu is loaded with variations on Canada's most famous dish. The final stop is in Orange County, California, where you'll flip over perfect pancakes at the Crepes Bonaparte truck.
James Cunningham introduces Cackalack's Hot Chicken Shack in Portland, Oregon, where they're serving Southern-style hot chicken sandwiches with a distinctly sweet and spicy flavor. Next is a trip over to London, England, for the best burritos in town at Luardos, which offers Mexican chicken, pork and steak options out of a divinely inspired van called Jesus. Then visit Regal Ravioli to see how the pasta king of Austin packs big Texas flavors into his ravishing ravioli. Lastly, it's off to Vancouver, Canada, and The Juice Truck, a bright pink culinary juicing laboratory on wheels pouring strawberry coconut smoothies and a wellness tequila shot, among others.
James Cunningham starts this trip in Portland, Oregon, for sandwiches with a side helping of attitude at the Big-Ass Sandwich Truck. Then find bewitching hot dogs in Nashville at the I Dream of Weenie truck and get schooled on the finest mix of Texas and Mediterranean dining at Lizzie's Lunchbox in Austin. Finally, knock on the door of Latin House Burger and Taco Bar in Miami for some home-style cooking, from burgers to fish tacos.
James Cunningham highlights some classic fish and chips, Irish-style, from the Mobile Marlay truck in Atlanta. Then it's off to Orange County, California, for a vegan feast from the Seabirds truck, which serves up succulent jackfruit tacos and tasty deep-fried mango for dessert. For the true carnivores, stop in Nashville to sample some smoking Southern barbecue at Smoke et Al, and get your just desserts in Portland, Oregon, where you can stuff your pie hole at The Pie Spot.
In Los Angeles, James Cunningham slams on the breaks for scrumptious seafood at Slapfish. Then you'll be Moroccan and rolling over to New York's Comme Ci Comme Ca truck, serving up Moroccan gourmet food like lovely lemon chicken couscous. Next it's taco time in Atlanta at Tex's Tacos, and the final stop is The Food Farm in San Diego for some healthy classics such as their grass-fed sliders and coconut rice.
James Cunningham introduces Atlanta's Ibiza Bites truck for some Spanish- and Latin-inspired cuisine such as grilled steak with chimichurri sauce and coconut rice. Next treat yourself to some homemade delights at The Home Skillet truck in Orange County, California and pasta perfection in Portland, Oregon, at Artigiano's. Wrap things up at the Recess truck in San Diego, and savor classic comfort food like burgers and southwest salad.
James Cunningham begins this trek at the W.O.W. Wonderlicious On Wheels truck in Atlanta, where South American-inspired snacks like smoked pork arepas are the talk of the town. Then check out a beefed up menu at Hoss' Loaded Burgers in Nashville, where cheese-stuffed, grass-fed burgers and vegan patties are driving the locals crazy with delight. Then it's time for some big, bad, gourmet Italian comfort food at the Tasting Spoon truck in Orange County, California. The last stop is the Devilicious truck in San Diego, where the lobster grilled cheese sandwich and spicy tuna nachos are so good, they're bad.