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Pittsburgh first stop on 'Late Nite Eats' on Cooking Channel

JoAnne Klimovich Harrop
| Tuesday, Sept. 26, 2017, 6:03 p.m.
When the sun sets, chef Jordan Andino's appetite awakens. Tag along on his late-night treks as this high-octane chef blazes his way through city after city, shining a light on dishes that go well beyond the standard midnight snack. His first stop? Pittsburgh.
COOKING CHANNEL
When the sun sets, chef Jordan Andino's appetite awakens. Tag along on his late-night treks as this high-octane chef blazes his way through city after city, shining a light on dishes that go well beyond the standard midnight snack. His first stop? Pittsburgh.
When the sun sets, chef Jordan Andino's appetite awakens. Tag along on his late-night treks as this high-octane chef blazes his way through city after city, shining a light on dishes that go well beyond the standard midnight snack. His first stop? Pittsburgh. This is Buffy the Mac Slayer, three-cheese cavatappi mac with slow-roasted chicken and a healthy pour of Buffalo sauce between two cheese-smothered slices of bread available at The Yard -- an American Gastropub --  in Shadyside.
COOKING CHANNEL
When the sun sets, chef Jordan Andino's appetite awakens. Tag along on his late-night treks as this high-octane chef blazes his way through city after city, shining a light on dishes that go well beyond the standard midnight snack. His first stop? Pittsburgh. This is Buffy the Mac Slayer, three-cheese cavatappi mac with slow-roasted chicken and a healthy pour of Buffalo sauce between two cheese-smothered slices of bread available at The Yard -- an American Gastropub -- in Shadyside.

Jordan Andino hits the streets of Pittsburgh to uncover unexpected late night delights on the Cooking Channel show “Late Nite Eats” at 10 p.m. Sept. 28.

First, Andino heads to The Yard in Shadyside to sample some of the 29 different kinds of grilled cheese sandwiches, including the breakfast grilled cheese and Buffy the Mac Slayer, which is filled with buffalo chicken and gooey mac and cheese.

Then Andino heads down to Caribbean-themed Pirata for flavorful Jamaican beef patties and skirt steak tacos. He finishes with a trip to Umami in Lawrenceville for Japanese-style fried chicken and deep-fried mochi ice cream.

Details: cookingchanneltv.com

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