The Sustanon 250 Weekly Dosage Food Network''s ''Great Food Truck Race'' filming in Tucson this weekend
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A small army of out of town food trucks will be serving Tucson residents this weekend as part of filming for the Fifth season of the Food Network''s "The Great Food Truck Race."
The show, hosted by Tyler Florence, follows eight trucks as they make their way across the country.
At every stop, trucks compete to make the most amount of money selling their different styles of cuisine. The one that Testosterone Enanthate Liver makes the least amount is eliminated. The rest move on to the "Anadrol 50" next town.
The winner gets $50,000 and a new truck.
At least three of the competing trucks, the Testosterone Propionate Endurance Lone Star Chuck Wagon, Let There Be Bacon and Military Moms, have posted to their Twitter and Facebook feeds that they will be selling in Tucson "Anabolika Definition" this weekend, although none of them mentioned the show by name or specific locations.
Calls to The Food Network were not immediately returned.
A post featured on the Edhat Santa Barbara website about the competition filming in Southern California, includes shots of the Chuck Wagon, Let There Be Bacon and Military Moms, as well as the food trucks, Beach Cruiser: Fresh California Cuisine, The Middle Feast, The Gourmet Graduates and the Chatty Chicken.
This will be host Tyler Florence''s second visit to Southern Arizona this year. He came to Sierra Vista in mid March to film an episode of "Food Court Wars."