Road Trip Snapshots: Nonna's Kitchenette
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Take a look at these behind-the-scenes shots of Nonna's Kitchenette's life on the road and on set. Jaclyn, Lisa and Jessica made it to the finale of The Great Food Truck Race Season 3, but ultimately fell to Seoul Sausage by a mere $103.
Although Barbie Babes didn't make it past the second city of the race, they came together with Nonna's to pose for a lighthearted picture before filming began.
Food Truck Fans
Crowds of baseball fans flocked to the food trucks immediately after the minor-league game. The team dished out their signature meatball subs as a ballpark special that wowed the locals.
Pink Slips of Profit
Jaclyn took a quick tally of her team's earnings during a successful selling spree in Amarillo, Texas.
Jaclyn, Lisa and Jessica prided themselves on cooking tried-and-true recipes passed down by their Nonnas. "Three home cooks," one person said. The ladies' hearty meatballs and classic marinara sauce proved to be big wins with locals in cities across the country.
Truck Stop Trophy
In Fayetteville, Ark., the team greeted Jeremy Solomon to pick up Randy the Razorback, a trophy worth $750. They won this mounted beast thanks to a killer Pop-Tart French toast breakfast.
As part of the Speed Bump in Nashville, Tenn., Lisa, the head cook of Nonna's Kitchenette, worked with two culinary school students while her teammates watched from afar. She and her new partners worked well together, and Lisa even admitted, "It's really nice for once to not be behind the grill."
At the end of a two-month road trip across the United States, Nonna's Kitchenette went head-to-head with Seoul Sausage in the final meetup. Their challenge? To survive a "multi-city race to the finish" for the chance to keep their food truck keys, Tyler said.
Just Missed It
Despite a Truck Stop win in Boston, Nonna's delivered earnings just short of Seoul Sausage's, which ultimately forced the ladies to turn in their keys. "The ladies of Nonna's Kitchenette can go home with their heads held high," Tyler told them.