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Tonight is the night! The Great Food Truck Race premieres tonight @ 8 CT with our local favorites, The Guava Tree. You can watch with Pam & Onel at the Truck Yards!
See "Making A Cuban On ‘The Guava Tree’ Food Truck Featured On Food Network" to find out how they make the delicious sandwiches!! And the interview with Onel -
'The Great Food Truck Race' contestant stops by News 8
Only 3 years in the making & McKinney's local favorite truckstaurant, The Guava Tree, owned by Onel & Pam Perez of McKinney, Texas are making their national television debut Aug 23rd, on Food Network's - The Great Food Truck Race. The Guava Tree will be at the Texas Truck Yard all day & that evening, for a watch party.
The hot pink truck is like a beacon calling all foodies to try a whole new eating experience. North Texans need to sample everything on The Guava Tree menu. The style of cooking isn't spicy like typical Latin food. It's fried & fabulous, with generous portions. Just make sure you save a little room for dessert -- the Cuban donuts are CRAZY good! Personally, we "sample" a donut before eating our meals. We like to call this pressert (pre-dessert, a single sampling of dessert before your meal).
Austin, Texas is the birth place of the food truck culture that we have come to know & love. We in North Texas need to embrace the landscape & positive impact that food trucks have on cities. Onel & Pam Perez, are in the process of addressing & changing city food truck codes. Recently, Pam petitioned the McKinney City Council to consider reducing the annual permit fees for food trucks from $1000 to $300. They voted yes! Many cities are reluctant to change, thinking the impact might be a problem for brick & mortar eateries. Restaurants + Customers = more money & local interest. That's a win!
Food Network press release - The Great Food Truck Race 2015
The trucks are back! Starting Sunday, Aug. 23 at 9|8c, The Great Food Truck Race will begin its sixth season in Santa Monica as the food truck operators head out for their 2,500-mile journey along America’s historic Route 66. They’ll be making stops in Arizona, New Mexico, Texas, Oklahoma, Missouri and Illinois before finishing with an action-packed finale in Chicago. Host Tyler Florence will be leading the teams, this time professional food truck operators, through numerous difficult challenges geared at testing their resolve as a mobile business. The winning food truck team will walk away with $50,000 in cash.
This season’s competitors are:
Diso’s Italian Sandwich Society (Brooklyn)
GD Bro Truck (Orange Country, Calif.)
Pho Nomenal Dumplings (Raleigh, N.C.)
Postcards (Los Angeles)
Spice It Up (Phoenix)
The Guava Tree Truck (Dallas)
Waffle Love (Provo, Utah)
Read more at: http://blog.foodnetwork.com/fn-dish/2015/07/the-great-food-truck-race-season-6/?oc=linkback
The Guava Tree on Facebook
The Guava Tree on Twitter
The Great Texas Food Truck Rally (Sept 19, 2015)
Richardson Food Truck Park
Dallas City Voter
Food Network Blog
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