For the final two teams, Nonna’s Kitchenette and Seoul Sausage, the secret to Food Trucks success has come in the form of balls — meatballs and rice balls, that is. The ladies of Nonna’s have followed their grandmothers’ no-fail recipe for authentic Italian meatballs made with cheese and herbs, while Seoul has cooked up a deep-fried concoction of kimchi, rice and Korean spices.
Both teams’ creations have won rave reviews from customers and judges alike, but we want to know which dish you’d most like to taste. Do you think that the saucy, beefy meatballs from Nonna’s would be the best bite, or would you prefer the flavors of Korea nestled inside a crispy, crunchy coating?
Tune in to the Season 3 finale of The Great Food Truck Race on Sunday night at 9pm/8c to find out whether Nonna’s Kitchenette or Seoul Sausage will keep their keys.
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