To celebrate the season-two premiere of truTV’s reality cooking series, Fast Foodies, the show partnered with Asheville, N.C.-based East Fork Pottery to release a limited edition series of place settings in colors inspired by popular fast foods. The Fast Foodies bundle includes three East Fork products in retired glazes – Poinsettia, Spider and Pollen—as well as a lunch tray and cutlery.
Fast Foodies and East Fork Pottery also have partnered to raise money for Atlanta-based nonprofit Free99Fridge, which fights hunger and food waste. Free99Fridge provides a “community-run, community-backed” network of refrigerators spread out across Atlanta stocked with food that is available at no cost to anyone hungry.
Fast Foodies and East Fork Pottery will raffle the Fast Foodie bundle to six customers via East Fork’s website throughout the month of February. All proceeds from the raffle, which launches January 27, will go to the nonprofit to help open new Free99Fridge sites.
In Fast Foodies, Top Chef winners Kristen Kish and Jeremy Ford and Iron Chef winner Justin Sutherland (and Top Chef contestant) compete to recreate and reimagine celebrity guests’ favorite fast-food dishes.
In season two, these celebrity guests include Jesse Tyler Ferguson, Nikki Glaser, Reggie Watts, Chris Jericho, Natasha Leggero, Bobby Moynihan, Baron Davis, Jillian Bell, Keith and Kennth Lucas, Adam Pally, Jon Gabrus, Horatio Santz and Joel McHale, who returns from season one.
Season two of Fast Foodies premieres Thursday, January 27 on truTV.
Tags: east fork pottery fast foodies free99fridges trutv