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Cooking Channel’s ‘Eat St.’ is coming to Portland to Film Maine’s Food Trucks

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I am thinking I may need a road trip to Portland this weekend!  The Cooking Channel has a show called ‘Eat St.’  It is a show about street foods, like food trucks. Yum! This would be fun to watch them film.

I recently learned that once a month there is a gather of some of Maine’s food truck in Portland, so this whole concept has been on my radar for a while.  So here is the deal, the public is invited 108 St. John St. from 11:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. for lunch and be part of the filming for the food truck ‘Mainely Burgers. The following day, ‘Eat St.’ will head to Fort Williams Park in Cape Elizabeth to film the ‘Bite Into Maine’ lobster truck.

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