Picture this: You’re sitting in your favorite restaurant after devouring an incredible meal, already imagining when you’ll have it next. If you’re lucky, this happens pretty regularly, but not everyone can bankroll a daily trip out for the best steak or decadent brunch. Thankfully, some top restaurants have given us their famous recipes, from an epic Monte Cristo sandwich in Portland, Ore., to a buttery coconut cake from Asheville, NC.
Check out seven secret recipes below from Chuck Hughes’ adventures across the country, and for more, watch Chuck’s Eat the Street on Sundays at 10:30am ET.
DIY a jaw-dropping brunch with this French-toast breakfast sandwich from Sunshine Tavern in Portland, Ore. But instead of putting a bird on it as they do on Portlandia, put an egg on it!
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The easternmost city in North America, St. John’s, Newfoundland, sits right where Arctic currents meet the warm Gulf Stream. That combination produces some nasty weather, the greatest fishing ground the world has ever known and some killer restaurants all located on Water Street. For Chuck Hughes tonight at 10pm, that means learning to make some interesting dishes like Moose Bourguignon and Fisherman’s Tea — and then commemorating the whole St. John’s experience with a new tattoo of a baby seal.
Watch him get inked in our web-exclusive video:
Check out Chuck’s Eat the Street at 10pm ET every Thursday to see him uncover the best food in North America.
On tonight’s new episode of Chuck’s Eat the Street at 10pm ET, Chuck visits San Juan to taste the tropics on Fortaleza Street. One of his stops is at a street stand called the Coconut Cart where he learns how to drink cold and refreshing coconut water straight from the source.
What you need: a coconut and a straw
What you do: Place coconut in a refrigerator, and let stay overnight. Slice open the top, add straw and serve fresh.
Tune in to Chuck’s Eat the Street at 10pm ET to see Chuck Hughes catch spiny lobster in the ocean and then turn it into delicious ceviche with coconut cream and lime; cook paella for 80 people in a 54-inch pan; and make traditional mofongo with skirt steak that rivals that of any Puerto Rican grandmother.
If Aspen is known for one thing, it’s being a world-class Alpine playground. But even 8,000 feet above sea level, there’s a food scene that keeps Aspen pretty down to earth. On tonight’s season 2 premiere of Chuck’s Eat the Street, Chuck Hughes hits up Aspen’s Hopkins Avenue to uncover the best food around.
Tune in to Chuck’s Eat the Street tonight and every Thursday at 10pm ET on Cooking Channel.
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Chuck’s Eat the Street premieres tonight at 8:30pm ET on Cooking Channel. Chuck Hughes is hitting the most famous streets in the country — from Magazine Street in New Orleans to Anchorage’s Fourth Avenue — to sample the amazing food on them. Click the picture of Chuck tasting the shockingly delicious veggie meatballs at Marabella Meatball Co. to flip through his photos of Philadelphia’s best eats on Walnut Street.
Tune in to Chuck’s Eat the Street every Tuesday at 8:30pm ET to watch Chuck experience the food, history and lore behind America’s most famous street.
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