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VendrTV: Shooting (And Eating) On The Run

When Daniel Delaney graduated from the University of the Arts in Philadelphia with a degree in design and multimedia, he thought he was going to spend the next few years of his life in London designing interfaces for a well-known social media network. These days, he's living in Brooklyn, N.Y., hosting and executive producing "VendrTV," a popular web series dedicated to "discovering the world's best street food, one bite at a time."

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VendrTV Is One Year Old Today

About a year ago, this guy calls me and asks if he can meet me to talk about producing a video show for the web. We met, and he talked about this show he wanted to do about street food, and how he would grow it on the web.

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VendrTV 1st Birthday Party

Tonight was the 1st Birthday Party of VendrTV, and what a year it’s been!  In the past year, Dan has posted fifty episodes, visited twelve states and eaten tons of delicious food.  His webisodes are always entertaining and informative, and I look forward to another year of watching them.

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VendrTV’s One Year Birthday Party

Awesome party for Daniel Delaney’s video food blog, VendrTV. He had Calexico Carne Asada, Schnitzel & Things, and Wafels & Dinges parked outside, dishing out the food. I’m ashamed to say I’ve been turned off from their long lines in the past and never tried them, but now I believe. I believe in them all. One of the better juicy pork tacos I’ve eaten. The chicken schnitzel was really good. I gotta try the deep fried schnitzel burger next time. I had a bite of everyone’s waffle. Yes, eat fresh waffles! Dinges? I think I corrected someone how to pronounce it, but I think I was wrong.

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VendrTV Loves Wafels & Dinges

Speaking of Wafels & Dinges, they’re the profiled street vendor in this week’s episode of VendrTV. The best part of the episode (besides watching the adorable Dan Delaney scarf down two waffles) is owner Thomas telling the story of some old lady bringing her own butter to put on a waffle. Gotta love NYC!

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Street Sweets Gets Their Moment in the VendrTV Sun

If I see one more thing about turkey, or stuffing, or leftovers I’m going to barf… but there’s always room for pumpkin bread! VendrTV hit up the Street Sweets Truck last week for their Thanksgiving episode and sampled the macarella, the pumpkin whoopie pies, and a pumpkin loaf. I don’t know what I enjoyed more, seeing Samira rib host Dan Delaney while they made pumpkin bread or her husband Grant saying “Christian Louboutin” (?) with a straight face. (Smile Grant! I know you can do it…)

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This is Why You’re Fat Midtown

Last week 6 carts (including 3 in Midtown) offered up special “This is Why You’re Fat”inspired dishes for a scavenger hunt, and we posted photos of all the deliciousness. But photos can only be so effective. What you really want to see is an adorable hipster scarfing down those dishes one after another on video. Thank god for Vendr TV. Their latest video, which features Dan Delaney eating all six specials one after another, is after the jump.

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The Fancification of Street Meat

Despite the rain it looks like Dan Delaney and Fancy Fast Food managed to make it to the Famous Halal Guys cart on 53rd and 6th yesterday to fancify a plate of street meat for a future episode of VendrTV. Both camps were being all hush hush about exactly what they did (I suggested a charcuterie plate!), but this curious looking photo was posted online last night. A tagine isn’t a huge stretch from the original dish, but it’s still the fanciest plate of street meat I’ve ever seen! And it looks like they might have even cut up the rice to make it look like cous cous. Maybe there’s more to it than meets the eye. Guess we’ll just have to wait for the episode to see!

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VendrTV All Over NYC This Week

If you’re a fan of Dan Delaney and his weekly street food videos on VendrTV than this week might be a good time for some old fashion stalking. On Wednesday they’ll be filming with the Schnitzel & Things Truck in Dumbo, and on Thursday they’ll be involved in some way with the This is Why Your Fat Eat N Tweet Challenge (the thing we posted about here). But the most interesting VendrTV episode in the works might be with Fancy Fast Food (the blog that turns fast food into beautifully fancy dishes). From their twitter: “Got approached by vendr.tv to do a fancification with NYC street meat. Thoughts on what to make?” I like the sound of this… anybody have any ideas?

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Curbside Cuisine with Daniel Delaney of VendrTV

Ever wonder what Philadelphia’s Jamaican D‘s jerk chicken tastes like, or how New York’s legendary Halal Guys combat rivalries with other halal vendors in midtown? Better yet, did you know that ex-Shins drummer Jesse Sandoval runs a Mexican food cart in Portland? All this and more are revealed on VendrTV as host Daniel Delaney captures the best in street food in 7 to 10-minute webisodes. Heeb caught up with Delaney in between shooting for an exclusive interview.

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I Got to Swig Wine at the Kwik Meal Cart With Gary Vaynerchuk

Who says wine can’t go with street food!  The latest episode of VendrTV is up, and features Gary Vaynerchuk (from Wine Library TV) pairing wine with food from the Kwik Meal Cart and the Dessert Truck (R.I.P.) VendrTV host Dan Delaney was nice enough to invite me out to Kwik Meal (fresh off their Street Meat Palooza 2 victory), so if you want to see us swigging wine on the corner of 45th and 6th, you’ll want to check out the video posted after the jump.  (Warning: I am not an attractive man.)

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Step Inside Former Shins Drummer Jesse Sandoval's Food Cart

VendrTV is a new web video series in which host Daniel Delaney travels around the country sampling street-vendor food. (Wow, that guy has an incredible job!) In the newest installment, Delaney samples Sandoval's food and interviews him about the cart. Sandoval talks about how his father used to work in the food cart business and how he's always loved cooking. He does not say anything about leaving the Shins.

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Portland Food Carts on VendrTV

While getting lunch at the new food cart Nuevo Mexico, owned by former Shins drummer Jesse Sandoval, we stumbled into the path of roving food reporters from VendrTV, who're in town doing a segment on Portland food carts (I think they also hit Savor Soup House; not sure where else). They asked me a couple of probing questions like, "What are you eating?"…

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