Matt returns to Toronto to debut his street food inspired menu.
Matt works one of the food stops at the Cartathlon Scavenger Hunt in Portland, Ore.
Matt serves the pork-loving masses at Los Angeles' Cochon 555.
Matt is invited to participate in the New Orleans Mirliton Festival.
Matt prepares for Miami's Burgerliscious Burger Competition.
Matt's invited to the Cowboy Classic just outside of Austin, Texas; while there, he breaks some barbeque traditions.
Matt takes over a Montreal pizza shop after hours.
Matt is invited to compete in Detroit's DIY Street Fair; after tasting local street food, he creates a dish in hopes of impressing the fair-goers.
Matt has been invited to the Philadelphia Night Market; he aims to impress with his own take on cheese steak sandwiches.
Matt celebrates street food at Viva La Comida in New York.
Matt visits a pop-up dining festival in Cape Breton.
Matt learns all he can about clam chowder in preperation for the Clam Chowda Competition.
Matt decides to broaden his scope and discover the street food scene in cities across North America.
Fidel hopes to not lose momentum after a very successful year.
Fidel is asked to develop a new menu item for Yakitori restaurant opening.
Fidel visits the original pop-father to brainstorm some off the wall pop-up ideas.
Fidel brings his pop-up to the dining room and needs a menu to impress.
Fidel participates in the first food truck awards; Fidel appears at a football game to test his food.
Fidel is asked to appear at a live event at the Royal Ontario Museum.
With just a few short days, Fidel decides to go back to where it all started, at the Toronto Underground Market.
The Rebel has been invited to pop-up at the Leslieville Farmers' Market.
The Sandbanks Winery hosts its annual grape picking day and Fidel has been asked to bring his infectious energy into Wine Country.
Matt brings Fidel Gastro to the Toronto Film Festival.
Matt brings his truck to Toronto and hopes for good business.
A family association asks Fidel Gastro to organize a charity event in less than four days; social media and the Steam Whistle brewery are enlisted to help meet the deadline.
Matt is approached by a fellow food vendor about buying a food truck and looks to a long-time friend as a potential company investor.