Food Jammers

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Food Jammers
Food jammers with extractor.jpg
Format Cooking
Starring Micah Donovan
Chris Martin
Nobu Adilman
Country of origin Canada
No. of episodes 40
Production
Running time 30 minutes
Broadcast
Original channel Food Network Canada
Original run – present

Food Jammers is a cooking show featuring Micah Donovan, Chris Martin, and Nobu Adilman; three backyard mechanics who make homebrew cooking equipment using junkyard parts, found objects, and locally sourced ingredients. Cooking is essentially an excuse for them to build things.

Inspired by an interest in music and vernacular culture, Food Jammers features a wide range of bands from the likes of Comets on Fire, Snooky Pryor, Stereolab, and Joel Plaskett.

The trio is based in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, and they often shop at local Toronto markets (like Kensington Market and St. Lawrence Market), scrap yards, and the curb-side to find things for their cooking.

Three seasons of thirteen episodes have been filmed, plus a one hour special.

In the United States, it airs on Cooking Channel and Halogen TV.

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