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  • Guy Fieri (; born January 22, 1968) is an American cook, restaurateur, author, and television personality. He co-owns five restaurants in California, and he is widely known for his television series on the Food Network.
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Guy Fieri Food: Cookin' It, Livin' It, Lovin' It
Guy Fieri Food: Cookin' It, Livin' It, Lovin' It
If you've checked out my Diners, Drive-ins and Dives books or visited my restaurants, Johnny Garlic's and Tex Wasabi's, you know I'm down with all types of good food—and that I'll do what's required to track it down. In Guy Fieri Food, I'm cookin' it my way, from the perfect recipe for Pepper Jack Pretzels (from Mr. Awesome Pretzel himself—that's me) to how to pull together a Red Rocker Margarita Chicken sandwich to a full-on vegetable Guy'd (bet you didn't see that one comin'!). Before I'm finished I'll have you throwing parties with everything from Bacon-Jalapeno Duck appe-tapas to Chicago Beef Pizza to Johnny Garlic's Cedar Plank Salmon.
Fact is, I've been cookin' it, livin' it, and lovin' it since I was just a kid, and it's a privilege to help you bring home some of my own classic, big, and bold flavors.


Amazon Exclusive: Guy Fieri on Writing Guy Fieri Food: Cookin' It, Livin' It, Lovin' It

The idea behind creating Guy Fieri Food was to pull together the stories and recipes that show how I got to where I am today. I’ve put everything into this book as if it was the last thing I will ever do. That’s a huge position to take, and everyone who participated, from family to friends to supporting teams, had the same attitude from beginning to end. It was Go Big or Go Home.
With my Guy Fieri Knuckle Sandwich team, I developed recipes for the book by brainstorming on camping trips, on airplanes, through texts, over voicemails, on cocktail napkins, and by stepping into somebody’s kitchen while on the road. Every moment, all the time, the recipe machine was on. I can’t taste it, look at it, see it, smell it, want it, or be around it without thinking what more it could be, where it could be used and how it could be served. Creating new recipes is like playing on a giant culinary playground—as long as you bring a fearless attitude you’re in the game.
This book has it all. Dozens and dozens of kickass recipes? Got ‘em. Stories of my younger days wrangling pigs, becoming Mr. Awesome Pretzel, and mastering flambe captain duties? Of course! But I’ll also give you the backstory behind starting my restaurants and the recipes that became my culinary foundation, and I’ll even lead you through a tour of vegetables with my go-to methods on when to get them and how to best cook ‘em up. This is a 360 experience, from my roots to my restaurants to my shows and all the great food in between. Guy Fieri Food will feed all your senses, and if we had a good scratch and sniff it would’ve been in there.



From Guy Fieri Food: Cookin' It, Livin' It, Lovin' It: S’more Pizza

Makes 2 pizzas
Ingredients
2 store-bought 1-pound pizza dough balls
1/4 cup slivered almonds
3 tablespoons unsalted butter
1 sleeve graham crackers, crushed (about 1-1/4 cups crumbs)
1/2 teaspoon chili powder
1/4 teaspoon cayenne pepper
1/4 teaspoon fine sea salt
1/2 cup all-purpose flour
1/4 cup fine cornmeal
3 cups mini marshmallows
Two 4-ounce dark chocolate bars, broken into 1?4- inch chunks
Special Equipment: pizza peel and pizza stone (or pizza pan)
I say it on Triple D all the time— everything has a “kicker.” It’s what it takes to make the dish outta bounds. The kicker here is chili and cayenne. . . . Ooooh yeahhhhhh!
Directions
1. Preheat the oven to 400°F.
2. Form the pizza dough into two 12- to 14- inch rounds, 1/4-inch thick. Bake, preferably on a pizza stone, for 4 to 6 minutes, until just beginning to brown. (See page 157 for more help on shaping and baking pizza crusts.) Leave the oven on at 400°F.
3. While the pizza crust is baking, toast the almonds in a dry medium skillet over medium- high heat. Transfer the almonds to a plate to cool.
4. Melt the butter in the skillet. Add the graham cracker crumbs, chili powder, cayenne, and salt. Cook for 2 to 3 minutes, until the crumbs are well- coated. Remove from the heat and set aside.
5. For each pizza, top the crust with half of the marshmallows and scatter half of the chocolate over the marshmallows. Return to the oven for 3 to 5 minutes, until the marshmallows are puffed and lightly browned. Sprinkle the pizza with half of the graham cracker mixture and top with half of the almonds. Let rest 3 to 4 minutes, slice, and serve. Repeat to make the second pizza.

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Guy Fieri impression
Joplin does her best to impersonate Guy Fieri of Diners, Drive ins and Dives from the Food Network. The tuft of feathers (his blonde spiky hair) and the food on her bill (his mouth) makes for a strong resemblance. (sans sunglasses and Camaro)
Guy Fieri
Guy Fieri
Not one to miss a great party, Guy Fieri worked the crowd like the off-the-hook madman he is. (Photo: Michael Anstendig)

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More Diners, Drive-ins and Dives: A Drop-Top Culinary Cruise Through America's Finest and Funkiest Joints
Join New York Times bestselling author and Food Network star Guy Fieri for a second helping of the best diners, drive-ins, and dives across America!
Guy Fieri strikes again with More Diners, Drive-ins and Dives, giving you a road map to road food that's earned its culinary citizenship in "Flavortown." Join Guy on a cross-country noshing parade, mapping out the best places you've never heard of—more than fifty establishments off the beaten path. Compete in a (no hands) apple-pie-eating contest at Bobo Drive-In in Topeka, Kansas, dip your taste buds in Sweet Spicy Love sauce at Uncle Lou's Fried Chicken in Memphis, Tennessee, and get a load of the killer four-cheese mac-and-cheese at Gorilla Barbeque in Pacifica, California. Filled with Guy's hilarious voice and rampant enthusiasm for these hidden culinary gems, More Diners, Drive-ins and Dives is the perfect book for lovers of the American food scene and fans of Triple D.

Book Description

Join New York Times bestselling author and Food Network star Guy Fieri for a second helping of the best diners, drive-ins, and dives across America!
Guy Fieri strikes again with More Diners, Drive-ins and Dives, giving you a road map to road food that's earned its culinary citizenship in "Flavortown." Join Guy on a cross-country noshing parade, mapping out the best places you've never heard of?more than fifty establishments off the beaten path. Compete in a (no hands) apple-pie-eating contest at Bobo Drive-In in Topeka, Kansas, dip your taste buds in Sweet Spicy Love sauce at Uncle Lou's Fried Chicken in Memphis, Tennessee, and get a load of the killer four-cheese mac-and-cheese at Gorilla Barbeque in Pacifica, California. Filled with Guy's hilarious voice and rampant enthusiasm for these hidden culinary gems, More Diners, Drive-ins and Dives is the perfect book for lovers of the American food scene and fans of Triple D.
Pleasure Cruising Through More Diners, Drive-ins and Dives by Guy Fieri

Dear Amazon Customers,
My drop-top culinary cruise to America’s most fun and funkiest joints is the adventure we’re all looking for--and I’m having the time of my life. I’m glad to get out there because it reminds me of what a great country we have. I have five restaurants of my own (three Johnny Garlic’s and two Tex Wasabi’s), and as a chef and restaurant owner, let me tell you, it’s a tough business. You really have to love it to keep with it. I thought having my own restaurants in Northern California’s wine country couldn’t be beat, but sharing these mom and pop joints across the country and highlighting not just their food but their stories is probably the greatest experience I’ve ever had. And on top of it all, the show results in an increase in their business and ends up changing their lives. We get stories emailed to us all the time: I opened a second location, I bought the building, I bought my wife a new Mercedes.
One of these folks was Gorilla Rich, owner of Gorilla Barbeque in Pacifica, California. I met him while at a NASCAR race, and I knew this guy had to be on television. I didn’t even know he had a barbeque restaurant at the time, so I wasn’t even thinking of Diners, Drive-ins and Dives. I even called my producer from the track and said, “I met this dude and we’ve got to get him on television.” Long story short, turns out he’s doing some slammin’ BBQ, we end up highlighting his restaurant on the show, and things are blown out! They’ve got a second smoker now and are looking into another location. Gorilla and I have become really good buddies, so when I’m home in California he’ll drive up to my house and we’ll hang out. Making these connections is one of the neatest things about doing the show. It can’t happen with all of them, of course, but at some of the locations--like Voula’s, Panini Pete’s, Grinders, Luigi’s Pizzeria, and Hodad’s--these people have become really close friends. And it’s not that we’re great friends because I came to shine a light on them and change opportunities for their business, it’s because they’re brothers from another mother. We’re all in this industry to make people happy, that’s what we love to do. So when you find these other brothers that are out there doing that same thing, it’s a culinary family reunion in flavortown.

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