Robin Roberts is widely regarded an inspirational figure in broadcast, which is why it should come as no surprise that the newscaster and Great Food Truck Race alum came away with the Arther Ashe Courage Award at last night’s ESPYs.
The final two teams pulled into Boston for the third season finale of The Great Food Truck Race. However, Boston was not the last city they’d drive to before a winner was named. In a twist on The Food Network reality show, Nonna’s Kitchenette and Seoul Sausage competed in three different cities before a winner drove away with their very own food truck.
The Great Food Truck Race pulled into Cleveland, OH for week six on the The Food Network reality show. It was the semi-finals, so the stakes were high for the remaining three teams: Pop-A-Waffle, Seoul Sausage and Nonna’s Kitchenette.
The remaining five teams on The Great Food Truck Race rolled into Nashville to cook for a popular country duo, as they set about selling big in the Music City. That, plus another accident and the chefs losing their teammates shook up the status quo in week five of the Food Network reality show.
Five teams remained as the food trucks pulled into Fayetteville, Arkansas. The teams of The Great Food Truck Race season 3 met Tyler at the U of A Razorback Stadium and were instructed to tailor their menus to the college crowd. Tyler gave each team $300 seed money and warned there were epic surprises in store.
The six remaining teams pulled into Amarillo, TX for week three of the The Great Food Truck Race on The Food Network. Not everything is bigger in Texas though, as the Speed Bump put a cap on one team’s chances to make more money.
Seven trucks were left to battle it out in episode two of The Great Food Truck Race. As the teams pulled into Flagstaff, Arizona, the wannabe food truck owners took what they learned from episode one and formulated new plans of attack. They were also thrown a curve when they were instructed to go strictly vegan.
The Great Food Truck Race is back on The Food Network. Season three has all the same elements of seasons past: On-the-spot menu planning in different cities every week, host Tyler Florence and the wrench-in-the-works Speed Bump. But there’s one element that makes this season a little different than before.
If you enjoyed last season of The Great Food Truck Race on Food Network, you’re in luck! It’s been announced that the show will be returning next month for a third season and more excitement! Read on for all the details!
The Great Food Truck Race rolls into Miami, Florida for its season two finale. Lime Truck feels they are more suited to Miami’s style, but will Hodge Podge surprise them? Keep reading to find out.