We know who wins The Great Food Truck Race, hosted by Tyler Florence. We were there during the final moments when finalists Lime Truck, from Irvine, California, and Hodge Podge, from Cleveland, Ohio, were in a heated, neck-and-neck race to the finish.
At stake: $100,000 and the title of Greatest Food Truck. The losing truck drives home alone -- broken and beaten -- while the winner basks in the Florida sun with a nice check.
Though Short Order knows the winner (and has exclusive outtake footage), the show's producers asked that we not disclose that top-secret information. So watch Food Network this Sunday at 9 p.m. to find out the outcome; then first thing Monday morning, tune in to Short Order for some candid photos and insight into what really went on behind the scenes.
In the meantime, catch up with what happened in Miami by reading our moment-by-moment, in-depth coverage of the trucks' final weekend battle in Miami.
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