Sweet as a Georgia peach? The final three food trucks take on farm fresh ingredients in this week’s episode of The Great Food Truck Race.
With only two episodes remaining, the final three food trucks must be prepared for any twist or turn. The ultimate goal of winning The Great Food Truck Race is within their grasp. But, only one will obtain the $50,000 prize. Will Georgia be a peach or a pit?
According to the Food Network, this week’s synopsis is:
"The remaining three food truck teams arrive at a peach farm in Athens, GA, where they meet Tyler Florence and Athens chef Mimi Maumus. In the first challenge, the teams make a savory dish using the provided ingredients and peaches. The winning team gets to shut down the other two trucks for one hour at any time during the sell. Then, Tyler throws them a curveball while shopping and asks them for a completely fresh menu. The team that with the lowest sales is sent home."
This week could be a huge challenge for the Breakfast Club. After last week’s dismal sales, the brunch food truck may struggle with a savory challenge. While this food truck excels in social media and promotion, recipe creation may not be their strongest asset.
Braised in the South should continue to do well. Their professional chef background lends itself to the peach savory challenge. Thinking on their feet and creating recipes on the fly is a necessity for a professional chef. Hopefully, Braised in the South will move into the final episode.
Mr. Po Boy is a wildcard. In previous episodes, this food truck has done well with recipe creation. I’m not sure how a savory peach dish will translate to a po boy. My guess is some type of peach slaw on the po boy. If the combination works, they could be in contention for a win.
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Which food trucks will be the final two in the Great Food Truck Race? Check back for the episode recap.