James Cunningham, host of The Food Network program Eat St., was in Hamilton on Friday for the second annual instalment of Sew Hungry, chomping on fare that local food trucks had to offer. In between samplings, he spoke with CBC Hamilton, waxing culinary on what makes a great food truck and why Steeltown's Sew Hungry event is unique in Canada.
TV host James Cunningham waxes culinary on food trucks at Hamilton's Sew Hungry
CBC News Posted: May 03, 2013 5:41 PM ET Last Updated: May 03, 2013 5:22 PM ET
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