MIAMI, FL - Food Network’s The Great Food Truck Race is filming a big finale this weekend all over the streets of Miami and we all get to participate!
Basically a giant scavenger hunt with food trucks, The Great Food Truck Race is down to two final trucks, which we learned, have been parked at The Fish Box’s garage while the owners have been partying down with Fish Box owner David Garcia while awaiting their instructions and filming schedules.
The trucks in the finals are:
Hodge Podge hails from Cleveland, OH, where Chef Chris Hodgson serves up Certified Angus beef as affordable street food, like prime rib tacos, steak filet with mac n’ cheese and the Hodge Podge Dog, an all-beef hot dog topped with tater tots, bacon and cabbage slaw. (@hodgepodgetruck)
The Lime Truck rolls to Miami all the way from Irvine, California. Chef Jason Quinn cooks an eclectic mix of fare like Ahi Tuna Poke and Hanger Steak Tacos. (@thelimetruck)
The goal this weekend (with a few twists) is for each truck to serve as much food as they possibly can in a city where they don’t have followers.
In the past, the producers have changed their menus, given them roadblocks and probably tortured them to no end, but this is the last stop before one of these trucks are declared the winner and the proud owners get bragging rights (and $100,000).
Here’s where Miami food truck fans get to play the game. Starting today, both food trucks will be out and about on the streets of Miami. They can’t use their own social media (Twitter), but have to rely on others to tweet their whereabouts. They can call us. So…
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