Friday, July 24, 2015

The Great Food Truck Race Starts in August

I enjoy watching The Great Food Truck Race because it is a fun show involving an exciting competition, road trip adventure, and food. I am excited about the upcoming six-episode sixth season that starts on Sunday, August 23rd at 9pm ET/PT. There will be a brand-new fleet of fierce competitors that will cook and travel across America’s most famous stretch of road, historic Route 66.


This season’s competitors are: Diso’s Italian Sandwich Society (Brooklyn, New York), GD Bro Truck (Orange Country, California), Pho Nomenal Dumplings (Raleigh, North Carolina), Postcards (Los Angeles), Spice It Up (Phoenix), The Guava Tree Truck (Dallas) and Waffle Love (Provo, Utah).

The competing seven teams are professional food truck operators from around United States who are known regionally for their culinary talents and selling skills. The Great Food Truck Race is an exciting show to watch because it reflects the fast, intense, creative and delicious food culture.


This 2,500-mile, food-filled road battle starts in Santa Monica, California. In the first episode are challenged to sell $200 of their signature dish on the Santa Monica Pier. Then the teams drive to Lake Havasu City, where they are challenged to create their own take on a fish and chips dish. The first team to sell 20 orders wins a cash prize. These food truck pros quickly learn this race is more than just another day in the kitchen and one team is sent packing. The race then follows Route 66 to Flagstaff and Sedona, Arizona; Santa Fe, New Mexico; Amarillo, Texas; Tulsa, Oklahoma; St. Louis; Springfield, Illinois and Chicago. The winning truck is awarded a $50,000 cash prize. 


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1 comment:

  1. This looks like an interesting show.

    I think I saw one episode from last year.

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