Filming for season two of The Great Food Truck Race with host Tyler Florence is underway, and eight food trucks are slowly making their way across the country. They were in Salt Lake City last weekend, and will be in Denver this weekend. That means the competitors have been spotted by crafty bloggers!

Although the Food Network declined to confirm the list, the fact that these trucks are out there slinging food on camera makes them likely bets. Fully half of the trucks are from California, including San Diego’s Devilicious, Irvine’s The Lime Truck, and Cafe con Leche from Van Nuys. Here’s the full list:

· Hodge Podge, Cleveland, Ohio
· Korilla Barbecue, New York
· Roxy’s Grilled Cheese, Boston, Massachusetts
· Chow Truck, Salt Lake City, Utah
· Devilicious Food Truck, San Diego, California
· The Lime Truck, Irvine, California
· Seabirds, Orange County, California
· Cafe con Leche, Van Nuys, California

What no trucks from Austin or Portland, cities with the highest food truck to person ratio in the country?

Also, today came a press release announcing the premiere date: August 14th at 10pm ET/PT. Here it is:

‘THE GREAT FOOD TRUCK RACE’ HITS THE ROAD FOR SEASON TWOTyler Florence Returns as Host, Premiere Slated for August 14th at 10pm ET/PT Following ‘Food Network Star’ Finale

NEW YORK – May 4, 2011 – Food Network, the leader in food and lifestyle entertainment, announce the start of production for the second season of the hit primetime series, The Great Food Truck Race with Chef Tyler Florence returning as host. The show is set to premiere on Sunday, August 14th at 10pm ET/PT after the Food Network Star finale, with all subsequent episodes through September 25th airing Sundays at 9pm ET/PT.

In season two, eight celebrated and diverse food trucks from around the country embark on a coast-to-coast culinary road trip through cities including Santa Monica, Calif.; Las Vegas; Salt Lake City; Denver; Manhattan, Kan.; Memphis, Tenn., Atlanta, and Miami. Each week, the trucks roll into a new city and compete in dynamic challenges – often battling tough conditions including weather problems, location mishaps, food sourcing issues, and ever-changing customer taste buds. In the end, it’s all about which truck can sell the most food and race to the next episode while the losing team is sent home. Guest judges join host Tyler Florence in each episode and the last truck standing wins $100,000.

The Great Food Truck Race is produced by RelativityREAL, LLC.

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