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Slow Food Truck on Eat St.: Here's a Video to Make You Hungry

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Sure, we think Slow Food Truck has some great grub. After all, we just named them "Best Food Truck" for their, "buttery lobster roll ($15, in season), filled with chunks of sweet, pink crustacean meat", among other things.

Soon, however, admiration for SFT will become global. Eat St., the Cooking Channel series that features food trucks in all their glory, has just aired their 62nd episode in Canada, featuring south Florida's own Slow Food Truck.

See also: Best Food Truck: Slow Food Truck

If you didn't have a Canadian friend record it for you, don't fret - the episode will air in the states in the next few months. In the meantime, we'll whet your appetite with a little snippet from the show.

See also: Eat St. Films Slow Food Truck

Makes you totally want that Shorty sandwich right about now, doesn't it? If this video makes you hungry, @SlowFoodTruck will give you the details on where to find SFT next.

Follow Laine Doss on Twitter @LaineDoss and Facebook.



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