We primarily know Seth Rogen as a famous Canadian actor and comedian, but he's actually into food... really into food. Not only does he often show off his cooking abilities on social media, but he's been on multiple cooking shows. His newest cooking adventure is coming at us in the form of a four-part Netflix Canada series. 

This new series called, Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner follows chef David Chang as he tours four big cities with celeb guests. Aside from Seth Rogen and Vancouver, the series will feature Chrissy Teigen, Lena Waithe, and Kate McKinnon in cities like LA, Marrakesh, and Phnom Penh. 

Seth Rogen was spotted earlier this year touring the city alongside the celebrity chef and visiting places like the Vancouver Aquarium, Lee's Donuts, and HK BBQ Master. 

In the trailer that was just released, you hear Rogen bragging about the multiculturalism Vancouver has to offer, with a cut to chef Chang standing in a kitchen telling Rogen, "That's one of the best things I've ever tasted."

The best part of the trailer? When Seth Rogen is introduced while smoking cannabis.

While food documentaries sometimes flop because of the creator's lack of experience with different cultures, having Rogen rediscover Vancouver with chef Chang is the perfect preventative measure. Not only does Rogen love food, but he also loves Vancouver and was raised there. That means he was probably super efficient with where he chose to visit to make sure it was the right and best representation of Vancouver ever!

Not to mention he's hilarious! He once got into an argument on Twitter about which Canadian delicacy is the best, poutine definitely won that poll.

This isn't the first Netflix cooking show Rogen has appeared in. He recently guest-starred in an episode of The Chef Show where a different chef's cooking is featured in each episode. 

Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner begins streaming October 23 on Netflix. 

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