Trucks on Eat Street, in Person at BTTR Tonight

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Eat Street, the new show about food trucks across America, premieres tonight at 8 on the Cooking Channel.

Comedian James Cunningham travels throughout the country in search of the most interesting food trucks. While Miami has some innovative mobile cooking, it's great to see what other cities are dishing out on four wheels.

Highlights include Los Angeles-based Great Balls on Tires, which features "incrediballs"; Vancouver's Japadog, where you can get a hot dog with seaweed; and San Francisco's Spencer on the Go, serving curried frogs' legs.

The Miami truck scene is well represented on the series. The Rolling Stove, Yellow Submarine, and the Fish Box will all be featured in future episodes of Eat Street.

The show even has an iPhone app, on which you can find out about every truck featured on the series and more. Watch a preview of Eat Street here:

Tonight is Soul Truck Tuesdays at BTTR. This roundup, located near Johnson & Wales University on Biscayne Boulevard and 127th Street, features almost three dozen trucks, live music, lots of picnic space and free parking. Trucks serving dinner from 5:30 to 10 p.m. are:

Sugar Rush
Muscle Truck
Tango Grill
Wing Commander
Grill Master

Sugar Yummy Mama
Jefes Original
Latin Burger

Dolci Peccati
Miso Hungry
Ms. Cheezious

Slow Food Truck
Dim Ssäm à Gogo

Caza Crepes
Chef on 4 Wheels
Rolling Stove
Wrapidito Yum
Fish Box
Nacho Bizness
Daddy's Grill
Giuseppe's Italian Sausage
Clarabelle's Cupcakes
Aaron's Catering Express
The Flying Saucer
Chill Spot
Kona Ice
Mr. Good Stuff
Coffee Brake
Divan Bakery
Red Koi
Nacho Mama
Manila Rice
Eat Where You Are

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