Food Network welcomes restaurant owner Ed Canlon to a new reality cooking show |The Dish

STATEN ISLAND, N.Y. — Here we are for another taste of The Dish. See it weekly live, broadcast from the Staten Island Advance/’s Facebook page, or get a dose of it in a “rerun” later in the day. The on-the-spot presentation dishes on the borough’s dynamic food industry and takes a behind-the-scenes look at some of the unique eats in our community at 9 a.m. each Wednesday.

Give a big “hello” to Ed Canlon, owner of Canlon’s Restaurant in Oakwood. This Chopped! Champ will return to Food Network. On Wednesday, Feb. 3 at 10 p.m. Canlon will be featured on “Kitchen Crash,” a reality cooking show with host “Sandwich King”Jeff Mauro.

“Get a bag of popcorn ready!” cheered Canlon from the Monsignor Farrell High School cafeteria kitchen where he and wife Jeanne Ferrantino-Canlon run the food service operation.


– Ed Canlon talks up his debut on “Kitchen Crash.” a Food Network series with host Jeff Mauro. Pamela SilvestriPamela Silvestri

Want a sneak peek at this Food Episode and some tips on how to get the edge in a Food Network challenge? Watch Staten Island’s great personality Canlon cook up a meal “on the fly” in the midst of COVID-19.

Spoiler alert on this episode: we’re talking Esquire Club nostalgia and calling out a few local businesses like Reggiano’s Pizzeria in Tottenville and Great Kills plus Ranchers Best in Mariners Harbor.

Canlon’s Restaurant is open daily from noon to 8 p.m. It is located at 1825 N. Railroad Ave., Oakwood, 718-667-3013;

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