From gourmet doughnuts to bulgogi tacos, StreetEats explores the street food phenomenon that has swept across North America. An estimated 2.5 billion people consume street food each day, and cities su
From gourmet doughnuts to bulgogi tacos, StreetEats explores the street food phenomenon that has swept across North America. An estimated 2.5 billion people consume street food each day, and cities such as Vancouver, Austin and Toronto have become hubs for gourmet food trucks and carts.
Canada and the United States rank among the top countries in the world where "street food" is a popular online search term. Thousands of food carts, chuck wagons and motorized food trucks have launched in North America in the last five years, bringing a refreshing take on street snacks. Chefs and aspiring restaurateurs are hitting the streets with globally inspired hawker-style snacks, from falafel to cupcakes and roti to fried chicken.
StreetEats focuses on this culinary movement, with local food writers sharing their top picks for the food trucks and carts worth visiting. Each StreetEats book includes profiles of over 30 food vendors, with recipes from many of the mostpopular vendors. Everyone knows the best food is street food. Let StreetEats help you find the food—no matter where it is!
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Suresh Doss is a writer, a photographer and the publisher of SpotlightToronto.com, an online lifestyle publication focusing on food, wine and culture. He can often be found in the kitchens and vineyards of Ontario, telling the stories of people in the food and wine industry. Founder of the Food Truck Eats festival, Suresh is a pioneer in the street food movement in Toronto. In 2011, he was awarded the VQA Promoter's Award for outstanding achievement in the Media category. Recently Suresh launched an online travel magazine, Rickshaw Magazine, which focuses on unique travel experiences.
Mijune Pak is the creator of the award-winning Follow Me Foodie, one of the most-recognized food and travel blogs in Canada. A passionate writer whose blog has a loyal following, she is the youngest blogger—and the first food blogger— to be invited to join the British Columbia Chefs' Association. A trusted and valuable chronicler of the Vancouver food scene—for locals, tourists, food enthusiasts and industry professionals alike— Mijune brings to StreetEats Vancouver the honesty and the knowledge of food and culture for which she is known.