Watch Mr. Good Stuff on Eat St. Tonight

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Even though Mr. Good Stuff isn't quite a year old, the yellow food truck that serves up lunas, Venezuelan corn meal arepas overstuffed with brisket, curry, pulled pork, or meatloaf, is already a television star.

Cooking Channel's Eat St. filmed the truck back in the late spring. The Canadian-based show has already aired the segment in Canada, bringing fans from our northern neighbors to the truck.

Mr. Good Stuff partner Alfredo Montero told Short Order that he's been

spotted by several Canadian food truck fans, who've already seen the


We finally get to see Montero and partner Julio Garcia serve up some tasty lunas for the camera, as Eat St.'s Miami Nice episode premieres tonight at 8 p.m. on Cooking Channel.


Mr. Good Stuff are The Foodslinger (Las Vegas), Eurotrash Truck

(Portland), and The Wow Truck (San Jose). Why is the episode called

Miami Nice if we only have one truck featured? Because we have the best

truck, that's why!

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