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Later on, Tyler and Senior Director Mackenzie judged which truck utilized the drink flavors in their dish the best, and awarded $200 to the winner. Ragin' Cajun – Generations of old family recipes are used to serve authentic Cajun food. Winner was Pop-A-Waffle. The winner was Lunch Ladies. With people beginning to flock to the trucks, NOLA Creations are unfortunately still behind on prep as orders are being taken. Carretto Siciliano won. And to get more business, Travis and Mariah borrow the club owner's golf cart to advertise the trucks. As well as attempting to keep her “dominant mom” side in check, these three sling sauced-up wings and other comfort classics from their restaurant and out of their truck. Additionally, they were able to “bench” one team member from the other food trucks. Once done, the teams hit the stores, and seem to have trouble; NOLA Creations can't seem to find the right boiled peanut, so they were left with a peanut sauce, while the Brunch Babes have trouble complying with the high protein prices. The choices are between the sides of the city separated by Mulholland Drive. After hitting their goal, they had to race to Stone Arch Bridge to grab one of the two tokens to add to their till: one large token worth $750 and one small token worth $250. The Frankfoota Truck – Led by enthusiastic friends Mirlinda, Dana and Victoria, and representing Brooklyn, this truck is focused on one thing: hot dogs ‒ and the many, different toppings that can be put on their childhood favorite food. Blending Dareka's classical training, Terrance's BBQ mastery, and Mahdi's West African flavors, their food can satisfy every taste. Some trucks had a good flow of customers (Brunch Squad & Wicked Good Seafood) while others hardly got anyone the first day (Braised in the South & Southern Frenchie). Grill Em All opted to pair up with Austin Daily Press, thinking two trucks would be more eye-catching than one. Tyler Florence, Great Food Truck Race, photo provided by Food Network. ^Note 2 : Although Korilla had the third-highest sales, they were disqualified for cheating when one of the team members added $2700 of their own money to the cash box. The final two set out to conquer three cities across two states in the finale that started at the end of the previous episode. Along with his mother Luisa, and his wife Senorina, this trio aims to make authentic Mexican dishes. There, the first challenge of the weekend begins. Bachelor's go back to their challenge strategy of selling the special, and the Lunch Ladies prep in an empty parking lot waiting for the promised customers their location guaranteed, and Mariah of Season 10's Brunch Babes Truck visits Team Fat Kid. Southern Frenchie won a monetary challenge so they initially didn't worry about first day sales, wanting to focus on prep for the second day. While most teams had sales, everyone seemed out of sorts. The teams were advised to look over their menu and selling strategies because every city is different. The food-truck hopefuls converged on the docks of Santa Barbara to get acquainted with their trucks and get their first assignment: make three dishes with $200 seed money and start selling in Santa Barbara. The fine for the violation was $600. The teams get prepping and selling as four of them wait for their penalty to be called upon. The teams meet Tyler and Chef Jorge Alverez of the Stuffed Cuban Restaurant on the beach, standing with a whole slow-roasted crispy pig. Sheriff Chronister came up to Tyler, saying that he should've contacted him before it was revealed to be a facade and that the two are great friends. With a dessert challenge now initiated and $1,100 in challenges on the line, the final two need to push themselves to the limit if they want to win $50,000. Continuing from the last episode, there were three teams headed for Maryland, with Tikka Taco having five-hour headstart. Making their ways through California and Nevada, this wil be the most luxurious season to date with high-end ingredients and luscious scenery. Ian of Buns N' Thighs recruited a passerby to help on the first day and went at it alone the second day. The team is led by Onel, his wife Pam, and their daughter Mariah. In the first day of selling, the teams seemed a bit lost. In case you’re new to this recurring seg… Vinny from Carretto Siciliano got a parking ticket which ate into most of his day 1 profits. Just Wing It were the first ones to finish and New England Grill were last. Their signature dish is their tikka marinated chicken tacos. Winner was Hodge Podge. Cafe Con Leche – Operated by lifelong friends Gabriel, Maria, and Frankie, this truck from Van Nuys, California is dedicated to serving authentic Cuban cuisine and coffee. All profits from selling the sausage dishes would be doubled for every team. ^Note 4 : In weeks 3, 4, & 5 the winners of the Truck Stops also ended up earning the most money that week. I Left My Food Cart in San Francisco (Week 1). On day 2, four of the five trucks started off at a farmer's market (Lei-Away stuck with their previous parking spot and got the repeat Hawaiian customers). They also had to make a $15 lunch dish to complement their attraction. The team with the best and most practical room service dish will receive $300 in their till. Pocatello Is All About Potatoes, You Dig? Winner was Seabirds. They were tasked to record a 30-second radio commercial in the second city, Bonita Springs, that would play in their final destination. They started their business with the idea to tap into the less serviced market for late night delivery. Challenge #1: Working in pairs, the food trucks had to make cohesive dishes to serve 50 aviation service members and the troops would choose their favorite dish of the three teams. Tyler pulls up at the trucks and asks what it would mean to win The Great Food Truck Race. The first day, Just Wing It immediately got a parking space while New England Grill had some initial problems finding foot traffic. With the day winding down, Tyler stops by the trucks for his traditional finale Heart-To-Hearts. Super Sope - An all-female trio from Turlock, California, these girls look to bring the heat. The other teams were given a chance to purchase shrimp at wholesale prices. They got $500 seed money and were told that the finale had technically already started. Upon Day 2, Tyler asked customers how long they've been waiting in line and many described a long wait, so Tyler lectured on getting food out fast at elimination. Operated by Zach and his father Tyson, these CrossFit boys have both a competitive drive, but a good sense of camaraderie. Composed of dance coach Lara, anesthetic nurse/cousin Lydia, and aspiring medical student Mariah, Lara's sister and a newlywed to a Marine, these ladies have a competitive nature inherited from their family. The Nom Nom Truck opted not to do the challenge. Challenge #2: Local Atlantic white shrimp was sent to the teams and they were given one hour to create and sell a shrimp dish. They were judged by local Chef Martin Rios and the best dish would get $1,000 towards their till. ^Note 3 : Christine from the New England Grill truck suffered a head injury and had to be taken to the hospital, missing out on half the second day of selling. The trucks pulled into the Centennial Olympic Park and received $500 seed money before being sent out to get started on their truck stop cooking challenge. Speed Bump #1: The teams had to move from their current locations to a local folk festival and sell head to head, adjacent to each other. NOLA Creations — Hailing from Atlanta, accomplished chef and Le Cordon Bleu graduate Darrell, his wife Anna, and sous chef Terrell, are serving up New Orleans dishes just like home. Challenge #1: The teams have 20 minutes to create a world-class in-suite meal and deliver it to the Venetian's premiere penthouse, The Presidential Suite. Challenge #1: Tyler had the teams create a signature skewer in 30 minutes to define their brand. On the outskirts of Palm springs, the teams met near the Cabazon Dinosaurs tourist attractions and got $500 seed money. Sin City welcomed the teams with a shrimp challenge. Parked at Shelter Cove Community Park to begin selling for the day, Tyler had the teams sell barbecue that was incorporated into their main dishes. Challenge #2: The mayor of Pensacola, Ashton Hayward, wanted the teams to incorporate red snapper into a dish. Team Fat Kid won the flavor challenge. Tyler put a stop to Day 1's late night sales because their truck stop was going to be in the morning. ^Note 5 : On the way to the boardwalk for the next challenge, Malyssa of Sol Food Collective was experiencing severe pain from a kidney stone and was taken to the hospital, leaving Jacquelyn to cook and sell by herself. Staying in the home state of host Tyler Florence, the teams arrive in the golfer community of Hilton Head Island, driving on golf carts to the 18th hole of Harbour Town Golf Links. Except Make It Maple, who had trouble finding key ingredients. Truck Stop: There was no cooking challenge for the amateur food-truck owners in their first weekend. Paola wants to open up her own restaurant and Vinny aims to use his reality show fame to bring attention, and customers, to her cause. Challenge #1: The teams must team up in pairs and have one hour to create a meal consisting of an entree, side, and signature beverage for 60 members of the club. After a short wave of customers, it was dead. Speed Bump: An unofficial "speed bump" was given to the teams when they were on their way to Lubec. On Day 2, the teams sell separately, but like last time, NOLA, Rolling, and the Babes all park at the beach. The final two were on their way to the oldest city in Georgia when they got a call from Tyler telling them to start shopping and selling. The team that sold the most steak dishes would win an extra $500. It's final three time as Mystikka Masala, Super Sope, and the Lunch Ladies drive into the coastal, Spanish-inspired city of Santa Barbara. They did not and Crystal’s Comfort Kitchen was sent home. After the dismal day one, they knew that they needed a miracle. The winning team gets $50,000. The winning team got immunity (the second immunity prize of this season). The Great Food Truck Race is a reality television series, that originally aired on August 15, 2010, on Food Network, with Tyler Florence as the host. They sent two waiters to give the teams one of the four real ice-cream milkshakes in their hands. The most sales were for Super Sope, and the dish chef Claudette thinks is the best is Team Fat Kid. NOLA to restart their business after Hurricane Katrina, Rolling Indulgence for Drew and Jess to start their lives together, and Brunch Babes for Lara to show her children that you keep chasing your dreams. Winner was Postcards. Challenge #2: The following day, teams were back in the same location and given three pounds of crab meat donated by The Giant Crab Restaurant. Tyler introduced Donnie Summerlin, owner of Donnie's Donuts, to the teams as the guest judge for the first challenge. Truck Stop: At a rustic farm, the teams had two hours to create a "five-course" meal (bread, beans, potatoes, meat, and dessert) using frontier-era cooking utensils and supplies. The Super Sope made a smart selling choice. Nom Nom Truck – The second Los Angeles food truck and specializes in Vietnamese bánh mi sandwiches. Florence announced that their weekly earnings would be donated to the Wounded Warrior Project. They were judged by Navy Culinary Specialist Jamar Hargress. They begin in Los Angeles, California and the final two return there to finish the race. Brunch Babes - A family affair and all-female trio from Grand Rapids, Michigan dishes out unique and decadent brunch dishes. A Food Truck Kind of Town, Chicago Is (Week 6). All the teams later park on First Street in Downtown Fort Myers. ^Note 1 : While driving to the market for groceries, the Rolling Indulgence truck was struck by the Sol Food Collective truck. Tyler gives the two teams a little history about the Florida Keys and that the early natives came up with 27 ways to eat conch, which was involved in the first challenge.

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