The two remaining food truck teams arrive at their final destination: Miami, Florida. As part of their final challenge, each team must reach a takings target of $15,000 and then race to the finish line at South Beach where the winner will collect a $100,000 grand prize. Of course, the finale is filled with twists and turns aplenty!
The three remaining food truck teams roll into Atlanta, Georgia, a city famous for its peaches and peanuts. Host Tyler Florence gives the teams a Truck Stop Challenge: create an original dish incorporating both peaches and peanuts but source these ingredients on a complimentary basis from the locals. A guest chef determines the winner and hands out a game changing reward - a guaranteed spot in the finals. But all bets are off as Tyler reveals yet another Speed Bump challenge.
The four remaining food trucks arrive in Memphis, Tennessee, the barbeque capital of the world. For the most gruelling Truck Stop challenge yet, the teams have four hours to retrieve a 100 pound hog from legendary BBQ joint The Rendezvous, carry it back to their truck, butcher it, and use the meat to create a dish accompanied by home-made BBQ sauce. The dishes are judged by Jim Neely, the godfather of Memphis barbeque, and the winning team receives a head start on opening for business in Tennessee.
The five remaining food truck teams roll into Manhattan, Kansas, the home of Kansas State University. Host Tyler Florence gives the teams a college-themed Truck Stop challenge and a budget of five dollars to create an original dish. With only a short time to prepare, the teams hope to impress the guest judge and win exclusive rights to sell their food on the bustling university campus
The Great Food Truck Race continues with host Tyler Florence and Good Morning America anchor Robin Roberts meeting the six remaining trucks at a ranch outside Denver, Colorado. The stakes for their next Truck Stop challenge are high. The winning truck will secure an interview with the TV morning show's Denver affiliate which will give them a priceless marketing advantage.
The seven remaining teams in The Great Food Truck Race roll into Salt Lake City where host Tyler Florence introduces their next challenge: the teams must create an original sausage dish that also uses a selection of farm-fresh ingredients.
In the second season of The Great Food Truck Race teams representing the USA's best food trucks hit the road to cook their way across America. Across seven weeks, the teams that sell the most food will race on to the next episode while the losing team will be eliminated. In the end, only one food truck will remain and will be awarded a huge cash prize of $100,000.
The final two teams roll into New York City and are shocked to learn that everything they think they know about this race is out the window for this final leg.
The final three trucks arrive in tiny Jonesborough, Tennessee, ready to battle it out for the attention of its 5,000 residents. Each customer is precious and the community is excited to see the trucks, but town life shuts down at sunset. The teams get another surprise when they must 'go back in time' and cook a five-course meal in the style of the pioneer-era chuck wagon. Then it's back to Main Street for a nip and tuck battle that sees the low-earning team eliminated by a mere $37.
The final four trucks arrive in New Orleans eager to take advantage of the culture and nightlife of the Big Easy. Wicked weather drenches the teams and leaves them scrambling for customers. An epic battle ensues on the edge of the French Quarter until a surprise catfish cook-off sends one team back to the streets and the others to a slimy, grimy punishment that no one will forget.
The remaining five trucks head further east as they arrive in Forth Worth, Texas while Team Ragin' Cajuns make the long and lonely drive home. Expectations for Team Austin Daily Press to 'kill it' in their home state are high, but they're not so sure.
Minus 'Banana Man' and the Nana Queens, the remaining six teams keep truckin' en route to Sante Fe, New Mexico where they are greeted by a snow storm. How will the weather affect sales?
Across America, chefs are taking to the streets in mobile truck kitchens. They're parking on corners and in front of office buildings to serve some of the most unique, delicious dishes around. In The Great Food Truck Race, seven teams representing America's most outrageous and best food truck providores compete to cook their way around the nation from LA to New York.
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