Update: This weekend's The Great Food Truck Race -- and our guess at which truck won't be feeding the masses in Denver
The big story on the streets of Denver is this weekend's The Great Food Truck Race, the Food Network hit of the season, hosted by Tyler Florence, that struts the street-food prowess of numerous gourmet food trucks, all of which are making their way across the American landscape, stopping in several cities, including Santa Monica, Las Vegas, Salt Lake City -- and, now, Denver -- to sell as much food as they can, however they can, all in a battle to be the last truck standing. The winner drives away with a hefty $100,000.
There's been a flurry of speculation over the past few days about which trucks will be hitting the Mile High pavement, where they'll be slinging their grub, and which local food trucks will be involved.
And while we've heard scandalous reports of locations changing on a whim and producers throwing roadblocks at every turn of the wheel, we rendezvoused with our spies and our sources and conducted a lot of investigative digging on our own, and here's what we've been able to glean so far: