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  • The title of the show may be misleading where 'race' was concerned as the only real race in my opinion was done as part of the last episode

    • by Orrymain
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      The Great Truck Food Race TV Series aired on the Food Network during the summer of 2010. It was a six episode series where seven food trucks competed for the grand prize as they sold food in various places of the country.

      It really was fascinating to see how the different trucks operated. They all started on an even playing field and offered various styles of cuisine.

      The Nom Nom Truck, which served up Vietnamese food, ended up winning


      5 contests in a row. These were smart women who called ahead to the towns they were headed toward, something other teams learned to do but rarely did as well as this truck did.

      Odd, but it’s true. You just hate to see the same team win week after week. These were nice folks, but I swear, I wanted them to lose so bad. I was just sick of their perfection. I appreciate it, but ...


      • I’m human. I wanted one of those other teams to win, just once.

        The twists in each episode were called truck stops. At some point, the host would bring the trucks in and they would have to compete in various competitions, the winner receiving some sort of advantage, which occasionally was immunity.

        The title of the show may be misleading where ‘race’ was concerned as the only real race in my opinion was done as part of the last

        episode. The two finalists were in New York, where they had to go to each borough and sell to a designed dollar amount and then actually race up to the top of the Flat Iron building. The first team up was the winner.

        And who was the winner?

        Way to go Nom Nom, but finally, at last, the good old fashioned American burger came through and Grill ‘Em All won the big prize for this entertaining and different TV food show.




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