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Upon arriving at San Pedro harbor they had one hour to shop, prep, and load their trucks onto a barge heading to their final destination: Catalina Island.
Then they encountered their final selling challenge. Once on the island, they competed head to head, side by side, and had 12 hours to sell as much as possible instead of the past finales that ranged from 2 days to more. Tyler personally took the truck's cash boxes to count them up and announce the winner in front of the Catalina Casino. Challenge: While their trucks were transported, the teams had to sell hot dogs out of carts in San Pedro for about two hours.
The team who made the most money selling hot dogs were taken to Catalina Island by helicopter, earning them an hour head start, while the other team had to travel by boat. The Grilled Cheese All-Stars won. Despite being in the red, two teams in the bottom three still moved on.
Billed as a "Battle for the South", the eighth season featured seven teams of food-truck novices traveling across the southern states. Once again, there's no "Speed Bumps" and "Truck Stops" but there are still challenges worth money and occasional curveballs. Shona has a successful catering business back home and has brought her two sons Justin and Landon to help realize her dream of expanding her business.
The Breakfast Club — All three in this team are young, self-proclaimed millennials from Philadelphia. Mikey leads the team with best friends Taylor and Ashanti. They dish up breakfast and brunch inspired dishes like loaded breakfast nachos and mocha doughnuts. Braised in the South — Nick, Steven, and Brandon are a group of classically trained chefs and best friends from Charleston, South Carolina.
Po' Boys — Running a successful food stand at their Dallas, Texas farmer's market, Cedric and Ryan are culinary school graduates with business know-how. They are joined by another culinary graduate, Esther, and their specialty is gourmet po' boy sandwiches. Along with his wife Meaghan and sous chef Amanda, he hopes a food truck will be his second chance to show off his southern food with restaurant flair.
Wicked Good Seafood — Bill, Ryan, and Dan are a group of friends from Falmouth, Massachusetts with restaurant backgrounds in a seaside town where business is slow during the off-season. They have a passion and knowledge for New England style seafood. Papi Chulo's Empanadas — A family business on wheels; Luis, his daughter, Carleena, and his niece, Sarah are the second Philadelphia team. Luis worked his way up in U.
S kitchens since he immigrated from the Dominican Republic, and he cooks what he knows best: Dominican empanadas. The newest batch of contestants converged on New Orleans to meet with Tyler and receive a beignet cooking challenge right off the bat. After a few hours of selling beignets, they were sent shopping to make their signature menu.
Braised in the South spent a long time looking for a parking spot and Papi Chulo's Empanadas had a trouble making their empanads due to the heat. The second day saw a little improvement in customers for everyone. Challenge 1 : Each food truck had to sell their version of a decadent beignet in New Orleans. Challenge 2 : On day 2, the trucks had to make a special of the day using ingredients from the town's popular "Hurricane" drink passionfruit, orange, and lime.
The winner was Mr Po' Boys. The trucks headed east and arrived at the Naval Air Station Pensacola where they immediately get a "kickoff" cooking challenge. During the challenge, Papi Chulo's ran out of their tortillas before they could serve all the troops. Papi Chulo's couldn't find empanada dough at the store so they opted to sell tacos. Southern Frenchie won a monetary challenge so they initially didn't worry about first day sales, wanting to focus on prep for the second day.
But when they saw other trucks with plenty of customers, they quickly scrambled to make sandwiches to sell. On day 2, Southern Frenchie joined the other two trucks at City Hall. Challenge 1 : Working in pairs, the food trucks had to make cohesive dishes to serve 50 aviation service members and the troops would choose their favorite dish of the three teams. Po' Boys worked with Papi Chulo's Empanadas.
The winning teams were Braised in the South and Southern Frenchie. Challenge 2 : The mayor of Pensacola, Ashton Hayward , wanted the teams to incorporate red snapper into a dish. The truck that sold the most fish dishes would win immunity. The winner was Stick Em' Up. Looping up north, the teams reached the Tuscaloosa courthouse and were met with a physical challenge, then told of an additional pecan dessert challenge.
Braised in the South and Southern Frenchie decided to park near breweries and got huge crowds. Most of the trucks, save for Stick Em Up who chose to park at the supermarket parking lot , ended up with lots of sales. Stick Em Up ended up snagging the spot that Mr Po' Boys had the day before but they underestimated the crowds there and quickly sold out. Mr Po' Boys also sold out. All the trucks had waves of customers during the lunch hour.
Challenge 1 : Two people from each food truck had 15 minutes to crack pecans. The team who cracked the most pecans in 15 minutes got mentored by baker Jan Potter and the rest of the teams had to cleanup the pecan shells.
Braised in the South won. Challenge 2 : Everyone had to add pecan desserts to their menu. The Breakfast Club won. Home of the Grand Ole Opry and hot chicken, Nashville was the destination for the remaining teams. On the first day, Mr Po' Boys drove around for hours looking for a good parking spot.
They weren't the only ones with troubles; all the trucks had low sales and sparse foot traffic. The second day was better all around in terms of sales and customers, and it had Tyler and a guest judge going around to taste the food and determine the winner of the second challenge. Challenge 1 : The truck teams had to make their version of fried, spicy hot chicken but could not use chicken. Chef Aqui Hines went to each truck to taste and chose the best dish.
Mr Po' Boys won. Challenge 2 : On the second day, the teams were challenged to do self-promotion for their truck. Tyler and country singer Craig Wayne Boyd went around and judged which team was best representing and promoting their truck. The winning team got immunity the second immunity prize of this season. Arriving at Thomas Orchards in Athens, the teams were greeted by Tyler and a peach challenge.
One of the chefs from Braised in the South, Nick, got a surprise visit from his wife who offered support. The trucks all had ups and downs in terms of customers.
Tyler went to each truck to talk to the teams, offering encouragement and advice. Challenge 1 : The teams had 30 minutes to make a savory peach appetizer for Tyler and Chef Mimi Maumus to taste. Then winners could choose to shut down their competitors for one hour at any point during their time in Georgia. Braised in the South won and they shut down the other two trucks in the middle of day 2. Challenge 2 : As they were shopping, Tyler texted the teams and told them to change their menus for the weekend.
They were not allowed to make anything they've sold in the last four cities. The final two were on their way to the oldest city in Georgia when they got a call from Tyler telling them to start shopping and selling. Mr Po' Boys immediately got a prime parking spot in front of a bar and it took Braised in the South a little while to find a spot. The teams were side tracked by a selling challenge then returned to a steady flow of customers.
The second day had the trucks moving to different areas for a seafood cook challenge, parked side by side, and competing head to head. They met at the Savannah riverfront to find out the winners by opening a briefcase; the winning team would have a case filled with the money. Challenge 1 : In the middle of day 1, the final two got a call and were told to sell their food out of pedicabs for one hour.
The winners were Braised in the South. Challenge 2 : At the beginning of day 2, Tyler gave both teams a location to go to. Every few hours the location would change and they had to cook a different type of shellfish. The winners were again Braised in the South. Seven teams wanting their own food truck compete and travel along the west coast in a "Wild West" themed season. They begin in Los Angeles, California and the final two return there to finish the race. There are various challenges throughout the competition as well as the occasional curveball.
Sassy Soul — Three friends from Washington D. Chef Sassy started out cooking shrimp over rice for her friends to make some money and soon found she had a passion for it. They were impressed by Kevin's chicken wings and based their food gimmick on that. They hope to prove to viewers that they can really cook now.
Buns N' Thighs — Chef Ian has brought his girlfriend, Victoria, and her mother, Marla, to try and make his dream of a food truck come true, hoping that their experience running a business in Chicago will give them an edge over the other teams. Mobile Moo Shu — The second all-women team is made up of three friends from Michigan who specialize in Asian fusion food.
Michelle and Marley started cooking together in college, and Chelsea learned Asian flavors while teaching in China. They specialize in submarine sandwiches, scooping out a good amount of soft bread and leaving behind the "shell" to hold more of their fillings. Chops' Shop — Chef Bryan "Chop", a professional caterer, joins the race from Pearland, Texas and he's brought his mother Sandra, and his aunt Sonia to help serve up tasty Tex-Mex dishes like elote creamed corn and pulled pork nachos.
You can watch these shows with the whole family! Five aspiring food truck teams kick off the season in snowy Wolfeboro, New Hampshire. Tyler Florence challenges the contestants with naughty and nice holiday ingredients, and they compete for sales while battling the elements in a winter wonderland.
Season 12 Episode 6 Hollywood Homecoming Select the sources you want displayed in the episode guide. Season 12 6 full episodes. Episode 6 - Hollywood Homecoming. Naya Rivera 3. Tyler Perry 4. Reese Witherspoon 5. Kevin Costner 6. Kelly Reilly 7. Episodes Extras. Season 7 8 9. Season 7 Season 8 Season 9. Wagons Ho! Tyler Florence kicks off the race at a cattle ranch, where he welcomes the seven teams with their first challenge.
They head out for their first day of selling in LA, and he gives them another challenge involving a beef auction. Shrimp and Glitz. You can click here to find out more details about how you can make it work.
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