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The Great Food Truck Race
Aug 18, 2013TV Network - Food Network
Entitled 'I Left my Food Cart in San Francisco,' Food Network is going to premiere the first episode of the new season of "The Great Food Truck Race" tonight. And, if you think that's a mouthful of a sentence, you should see some of the unbelievably delicious looking foods that the teams put together. We don't know the exact moment that food carts become bastions for brilliant, delicious eats, but they have and "The Great Food Truck Race" highlights some of that delicious food... race style. Watch and see what you're missing if you don't eat from a 'roach coach.'
Aug 19, 2012TV Network - Food Network
Do you think that at some point they're going to retitle this series "A Great Food Truck Race?" We get that it was the great race during the first season, but then it was another great race during second, and now here we are at the show's third season, where it's clearly a third great race. The twist this year is that the contestants aren't already food truck owners, they all want to be and the winner will not only get to keep the food truck they utilize on the race (which they are initially just borrowing), they'll also get some start up money. Tyler Florence hosts.
Aug 14, 2011TV Network - Food Network
What does it say about our society that we love to eat from food trucks and cart guys? What does it say about us that said food trucks and cart guys have managed to elevate the art of cooking in a truck or cart into something truly wonderful? Did you realize that you can get some of the best food you've ever eaten from a food truck? Well, you can, and some of the best food trucks in the country are going to be competing in this new season of "The Great Food Truck Race," wherein they race around the country and serve vittles to us all.
Sep 19, 2010TV Network - Food Network
We think that tonight's season finale takes place in New York, which we also think makes for a pretty swell finish line (didn't the first season of "The Amazing Race" end there?). We think the former because the episode is called 'New York Plate of Mind' and we think the parenthetical note because we watched and it did (we double-checked with Wikipedia too). We don't imagine that Phil will greet the winners here at the finish line, but wouldn't it be pretty great if he did? We don't want to take anything away from Tyler Florence, but we like our Phil Keoghan too.