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(LA Weekly)   One woman cooks her way through greasy professional food taster Guy Fieri's cookbook, including such dishes as No Can Beato This Taquito and Tequila Turkey. "Remember Julie & Julia? This is like that but with more Sammy Hagar"   (blogs.laweekly.com ) divider line
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2012-07-03 02:11:25 PM  
I remember watching as some dive chef added a whole bottle of "kitchen bouquet" to a recipe and Guy's smile turned into a sneer.

If the camera hadn't been there and the dive owner hadn't paid his money Guy would have gone Gordon Ramsey on that poor bastard.
 
2012-07-03 02:12:29 PM  

WTF Indeed: brigid_fitch: I don't get this guy's appeal. He's annoying, doesn't seem to show any cooking finesse, and acts like a complete tool. Someone described him as looking like he's playing the Sun in a grade-school play and I can't shake that image.

First off, he's on Food Network. No matter what the show is about, there will always be a viewership of obese people dreaming about food when they aren't stuffing their face with it. Second, the show is geared toward Boomers who are nostalgic about a history the majority of them never engaged in. Finally, he is the physical embodiedment of this classic TV icon:

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The third major Food Network viewership comes from all the people stuck at the gym who can't find the remote and don't want to watch The View on the other TV.
 
2012-07-03 02:12:36 PM  

Edsel: I can't remember who said this a while back, but it's pretty apt: "Guy Fieri is proof that Ed Hardy has started manufacturing actual human beings".


A++++++ would LOL again.
 
2012-07-03 02:12:42 PM  

Random Bastage: Meh, I stopped watching cooking shows after they canceled "Yan Can Cook". ....they did cancel it right?


Yan is so good. Hes amusing and he can cook good stuff. I have no idea if he is on the air still or not. I enjoyed Wok With Yan in the early 80s.
 
2012-07-03 02:13:56 PM  

elffster: I enjoyed Wok With Yan in the early 80s.



CSB:

I loved watching his show when I was a kid....dude cracked me up.
 
2012-07-03 02:17:04 PM  

shortymac: Ugh, I hate Guy more so than Bobby Flay. Flay is a NY asshole, Guy is one of those people that ran away to LA to reinvent themselves. BLECH.

I miss the old food network with actual cooking shows. The cooking channel is looking to be a better option now.

Anyone know were I can get David Rosengarden's show?


Food Network has shuffled all its cooking shows to Sunday morning. That's where the 'Next Food Network Star' winners are shipped until their sad little shows are inevitably cancelled and they fade back into obscurity.


/Still a fan of Jeff Mauro
 
2012-07-03 02:18:02 PM  
In interests of research and science, I took my family to "Johnny Garlic's™ A Guy Fieri Signature Restaurant ("GuY!®" signature logo)"

...which is the official real name of the restaurant...

1) Over the entrance, there is a giant TV blaring clips of Guy eating stuff and saying how awesome it is. Just in case, you know, you are not fully assured that Guy Fieri is a Food Network Celebrity and that you are about to experience and EXTREME OFF DA HOOK moment.

In the lobby, they sell souvenir T shirts. Alas, no "GuY!®" signature logo sunglasses or extra-large hawaiian shirts. Also, no fiberglass convertible pink Cadillacs for picture opportunities. Yet.

2) The restaurant is classic Applebee's, but with a red and black color scheme, and LOTS of Jack Daniel's tie-ins. So that makes it different, you see.

Alas, they do not serve Coke products. So you'll be having a "Tennessee Twang" cocktail of "Jack Daniels Old No 7 & Pepsi".

3) The food is classic Applebee's, but with more 3XTR33M3 names for the dishes. I am not making these up: "No Can Beato This Taquito" and "Lambda Lambda Lambda Sliders". (This is apparently a set of three ground-lamb mini-burgers. Not sure if the sorority has registered an opinion on this leering tribute.)

They do have Naples-style pizza ovens, in which they take Naples-style pizza dough and put chicken, bacon, and ranch dressing on it and top it with a blend of domestic cheeses. So it's not at all Naples-style pizza, but at least it's a pretty acceptable small pizza.

(They DO have gluten-free pizza, which might even not have leftover wheat flour from someone else's pizza on it.)

And, of course, damn near everything comes with garlic fries and Jack Daniels barbecue sauce. Substitute onion strings for $1.50!

4) The overpriced cocktails we had were tasty, but we avoided the scary-tini girl drinks. ("Artificially flavored Apple vodka with HFCS and artificial colors and artificial pomegranate flavor and guar gum for thickening.")

5) The wait staff was pleasant and helpful and were great with our two-year-old, who was only mildly terrible for the occasion.

In conclusion, given the choice between here and Denny's, if you have a two-year-old, go here. Otherwise, you're probably better off at Denny's.
 
2012-07-03 02:18:06 PM  

Orgasmatron138: Julie and Julia was all about one woman's quest to completely miss the point.


False. Julie and Julia was a pretty good biopic of Julia Child with some terrible bullshiat sandwiched around it that you should just ignore.
 
2012-07-03 02:18:13 PM  
Diners, Drive-Ins, and Dives can be an interesting show, but mainly because of the restaurants being featured rather than the host. Sometimes you can see a bit of contempt in the eyes of the cooks who are showing him their cooking techniques, as he inserts a little tidbit of knowledge into their presentation.

Talented cook: "And then we add some dried chipotle peppers into the sauce and we..."
Guy: "Now, you need to let that simmer for a couple of hours right? And really draw out the flavors!"
Talented cook: (Sigh) "Yes, that's right."
 
2012-07-03 02:18:38 PM  
I always liked watching Jeff Smith back in the day. Thankfully he couldn't molest me through the television. Lot of his videos are on Youtube, or were a while back.

nakedwithcooking.com
 
2012-07-03 02:19:04 PM  
I used to watch "Yan can Cook" (and so can you!) all the time as a kid, too. That dude was pure charisma.
 
2012-07-03 02:19:05 PM  

HotWingConspiracy: Yeah I think he actually does know how to cook and was trained in France.


Wikipedia:

"Although Fieri has no training as a chef, he worked at various restaurants during high school, and then went on to manage and own restaurants. After graduation in 1987, he went to work for Stouffer's, developing restaurant concepts in Southern California and managing their flagship restaurant in Long Beach, California. After three years, he became District Manager of Louise's Trattoria, managing six locations along with recruiting and training for the restaurants. Fieri attended the University of Nevada, Las Vegas and graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Hotel Management in 1990."

"In the fall of 1996, Fieri and business partner Steve Gruber opened Johnny Garlic's, an Italian restaurant in Santa Rosa, California. A second location opened in Windsor in 1999, a third in Petaluma in 2000 or 2001 (since closed), and a fourth in Roseville in late 2008. Subsequently they developed Tex Wasabi's (barbecue and sushi) in 2003 in Santa Rosa, adding a second location in Sacramento's Arden-Arcade area in 2007. An additional Johnny Garlic's was opened in Dublin, CA in 2011."
 
2012-07-03 02:19:30 PM  

Cheron: InfamousBLT: Guy Fieri is a great entertainer, but I don't think he knows much about food.

a product. I a few years some one will put on a clip of him and we will all cringe and think, "that is what passed for cool." Those pictures of your parents (grandparents) in bell bottom jeans is what Guy will be in a few years. Just a marketing trend.


Wait till the signal reaches Omicron Persei 8.
 
2012-07-03 02:20:12 PM  
You know, I'd watch a show that is nothing but Anthony Bourdain cooks Guy Fieri dishes while mocking every single choice Guy makes in the dish.

At the end rather than tasting it, he throws it through a window.

Sure it would be formulaic, but it could probably go two seasons.
 
2012-07-03 02:22:09 PM  

brigid_fitch: My husband made the garlic tortilla cake last week after watching an episode w/Guy. I refused to touch it. It looked awful and then I read the ingredients: a cup of oil, 1/4 cup of mayo, 3/4 cup of garlic (recipe specified it should be from a jar). No way in hell I was going anywhere near it OR him. And the kitchen reeked for DAYS.


A multi-layer New York/New England-themed dip, with alternating layers of regional delicacies. The ingredients include a layer of Manhattan clam chowder, a layer of New England clam chowder, a layer of twelve dollar soft pretzels, a stupid amount of Vermont maple syrup, half a street knish, two live lobsters who do not get along, a paper plate with some cheese left on it. Then, it's all served in a toilet bowl.

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2012-07-03 02:22:33 PM  

odinsposse: Orgasmatron138: Julie and Julia was all about one woman's quest to completely miss the point.

False. Julie and Julia was a pretty good biopic of Julia Child with some terrible bullshiat sandwiched around it that you should just ignore.


The terrible bullshiat was what I was talking about. Why the hell that woman created an artificial deadline to driver herself nuts doing something that Julia meant to be fun and enjoyable, I don't know. I thoroughly enjoyed Streep's performance, and would rather have just seen a straight biopic about her.
 
2012-07-03 02:23:13 PM  

Ambitwistor: HotWingConspiracy: Yeah I think he actually does know how to cook and was trained in France.

Wikipedia:

"Although Fieri has no training as a chef, he worked at various restaurants during high school, and then went on to manage and own restaurants. After graduation in 1987, he went to work for Stouffer's, developing restaurant concepts in Southern California and managing their flagship restaurant in Long Beach, California. After three years, he became District Manager of Louise's Trattoria, managing six locations along with recruiting and training for the restaurants. Fieri attended the University of Nevada, Las Vegas and graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Hotel Management in 1990."

"In the fall of 1996, Fieri and business partner Steve Gruber opened Johnny Garlic's, an Italian restaurant in Santa Rosa, California. A second location opened in Windsor in 1999, a third in Petaluma in 2000 or 2001 (since closed), and a fourth in Roseville in late 2008. Subsequently they developed Tex Wasabi's (barbecue and sushi) in 2003 in Santa Rosa, adding a second location in Sacramento's Arden-Arcade area in 2007. An additional Johnny Garlic's was opened in Dublin, CA in 2011."


Hahaha

Maybe Stouffer's is a prominent French cooking school?
 
2012-07-03 02:23:15 PM  

ringersol: Timmy The Tumor: "When I see an episode of Diners, Drive-ins and Dives where he tastes something and says "Wow, this tastes horrible. How much money did you pay the asshole who recommended your restaurant for an episode of the show? Thanks for wasting my time." I'll take him seriously."

Really? You're only serious if you're an asshole on TV?
Wouldn't you expect a *serious* person to go, find out the food isn't good and then simply never bring the cameras in, or feature that segment in an episode on-air?

I mean, that's what *I* would expect from someone who was actually more serious about the food than self-aggrandizement.


Yes, really.

He visits what, 100 restaurants a season. There's no f*cking way that each and every of the half dozen dishes he samples at each of those places is "way off the hook, super flavorful"

Watch Bourdain. They hand-pick where he's gonna' go, and lots of times it's "wow, this is fantastic, I think I could eat this all the time" but once in a while it's "boy, it tastes like a goat took a dump in my mouth, this is awful."

If you're gonna' have a show and publish books recommending these places, be honest and tell us what is good AND what isn't...I'd have a lot more respect for him if he said "If you're ever in Frogf*ck Alabama, swing by the House of Scrapple, but order _____, instead of wasting your money on _______ which isn't their prize-winner"
 
2012-07-03 02:23:16 PM  
I'm convinced that his convertible is a time machine.....because he looks like he just arrived from 1997/1998.
 
2012-07-03 02:23:43 PM  

TheManofPA: You know, I'd watch a show that is nothing but Anthony Bourdain cooks Guy Fieri dishes while mocking every single choice Guy makes in the dish.

At the end rather than tasting it, he throws it through a window.

Sure it would be formulaic, but it could probably go two seasons.


Only if he did a shot every time he had to change the dish.

I'm pretty sure his liver can survive at least 2 seasons. The man lives off Coffee, Vodka, and Cigarettes like a crab fishing captain.

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2012-07-03 02:24:01 PM  

Fish in a Barrel: I used to watch "Yan can Cook" (and so can you!) all the time as a kid, too. That dude was pure charisma.


HOYYY SIN SAUCE!!!!

/He visited GSFC and I got to see him film an episode cooking for NASA
 
2012-07-03 02:24:07 PM  

rustypouch: More like 'this is what out of touch corporations thought was cool.'

But it will still be a combination of hilarious and regretful.


Can I side rant about "The Next Food Network Star" (where we go Guy Fieri from) for a second? Yes, I admit to watching it, and no, I'm not proud. It fascinates and infuriates me for some reason. First of all, I think we're over-saturated with "Food Network Stars" I don't know that we need a contest to find the "Next" one every farking year.

Second, the whole notion of having a "story" or whatever is over-done, hacky, and pointless. Maybe I'm completely out of touch, or maybe the Food Network suits are - but farking one of us are. If I hear another contrived story about "Grandma's favorite [food conveniently at the center of this challenge, weird]" or "The time mom and I conviently[utilized the cooking method of this challenge, funny that]" I'm going to barf. It's obviously so made up and so contrived that no one could possibly think it's real, right?

I don't know, maybe I'm just bitter because the booted the one chick on this show who I actually found interesting in favor of one who "dedicated this [burger] to [my baby sister] for [some obviously contrived reason]"
 
2012-07-03 02:24:21 PM  
I'm cooking my way through Bull Cook and Authentic Historical Recipes and Practices by George L. Herter.
 
2012-07-03 02:24:41 PM  

Expolaris: TheManofPA: You know, I'd watch a show that is nothing but Anthony Bourdain cooks Guy Fieri dishes while mocking every single choice Guy makes in the dish.

At the end rather than tasting it, he throws it through a window.

Sure it would be formulaic, but it could probably go two seasons.

Only if he did a shot every time he had to change the dish.

I'm pretty sure his liver can survive at least 2 seasons. The man lives off Coffee, Vodka, and Cigarettes like a crab fishing captain.

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He's thoroughly enjoying what he does for a living.
 
2012-07-03 02:25:27 PM  
Guy Fieri is a living example of Barnum's maxim about making money off of the general public.
 
2012-07-03 02:25:43 PM  
I have an idea, instead of sh*tting all over Guy, which is way too easy, how about we just throw out our favorite unknowns from our city, so that I can refer to this thread later if I'm ever in your town. Because the only thing I really care about in life is food.

I'll start:

blacknewmedia.com

Goodfriend beer garden in dallas. IS the sh*t.
 
2012-07-03 02:28:40 PM  
Guy Fieri is a tool. But I will say this... he goes to some really awesome places on DD&D.
That alone makes his show interesting. It's just too bad I have to deal with such a tool of a host.

I've been to three of the places featured on his show and they were all excellent.
 
2012-07-03 02:29:40 PM  
Step 1: Buy life insurance on hubby
Step 2: Feed him every dish in that cookbook
Step 3: Profit


I did like that documentary series HBO aired about him, Eastbound and Down.
 
2012-07-03 02:30:44 PM  

MisterRonbo: I did like that documentary series HBO aired about him, Eastbound and Down.


awesome.
 
2012-07-03 02:30:52 PM  
Guy (Ferry) Fieri won a reality game show, shouldn't his 15 minutes be up by now?
 
2012-07-03 02:30:57 PM  

Duke Phillips' Singing Bears: I have an idea, instead of sh*tting all over Guy, which is way too easy, how about we just throw out our favorite unknowns from our city, so that I can refer to this thread later if I'm ever in your town. Because the only thing I really care about in life is food.

I'll start:

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Goodfriend beer garden in dallas. IS the sh*t.



Good call!

Seattle:

Tap House Grill....there is a second location in Bellevue.

Uber.....they only serve beer, but you can order pizza from the place down the street and eat it inside.

Lynnwood:

Special Brews.....only beer is served, but their bottle section is amazing. Outside food is allowed. These guys are not too far from my house, and I'm glad to have a place like this in my neighborhood. Bonus: Buddy the Dog greets you at the door.
 
2012-07-03 02:31:24 PM  

topcon: I always liked watching Jeff Smith back in the day. Thankfully he couldn't molest me through the television. Lot of his videos are on Youtube, or were a while back.

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Classic theologian-turned-minister-(turned-pedophile-)turned-chef story.
 
2012-07-03 02:31:54 PM  

Duke Phillips' Singing Bears: I have an idea, instead of sh*tting all over Guy, which is way too easy, how about we just throw out our favorite unknowns from our city, so that I can refer to this thread later if I'm ever in your town. Because the only thing I really care about in life is food.

I'll start:

Goodfriend beer garden in dallas. IS the sh*t.


Cheeseburger on ciabatta with spinach and chips in a bowl? I bet they're servers actually have recommendations on which craft beers go best with which burgers. Pretentious post-hipster bullshiat. Ha.
 
2012-07-03 02:32:38 PM  

Vacation Bible School: HotWingConspiracy: brigid_fitch: My husband made the garlic tortilla cake last week after watching an episode w/Guy. I refused to touch it. It looked awful and then I read the ingredients: a cup of oil, 1/4 cup of mayo, 3/4 cup of garlic (recipe specified it should be from a jar). No way in hell I was going anywhere near it OR him. And the kitchen reeked for DAYS.

That's off the hook bananas. You missed the train to Flavortown.

You should try putting it on a flip-flop next time.



zao.jp
That doesn't sound good at all.
 
2012-07-03 02:33:40 PM  
The kid and I watch guy just for the sheer awfulness. Only once has he done something the kid wanted to try.
 
2012-07-03 02:34:01 PM  
Martin Yan is cool beans with that maniacal smiling knife trick of his.
 
2012-07-03 02:34:49 PM  

Fish in a Barrel: I used to watch "Yan can Cook" (and so can you!) all the time as a kid, too. That dude was pure charisma.


Stir fry, no stir sit!
 
2012-07-03 02:35:33 PM  

Dow Jones and the Temple of Doom: Cheeseburger on ciabatta with spinach and chips in a bowl? I bet they're servers actually have recommendations on which craft beers go best with which burgers. Pretentious post-hipster bullshiat. Ha.


pichars.org
 
2012-07-03 02:35:52 PM  

Duke Phillips' Singing Bears: I have an idea, instead of sh*tting all over Guy, which is way too easy, how about we just throw out our favorite unknowns from our city, so that I can refer to this thread later if I'm ever in your town. Because the only thing I really care about in life is food.

I'll start:

Goodfriend beer garden in dallas. IS the sh*t.


Oh, and if you're ever in Bradenton, FL, try out Central Cafe, you'd love it. Overpriced burgers topped with spring mix, blue cheese crumbled with everything, and the latest IPA microbrew on tap.

Oh, and they have pizza to go, and they use generic red, white and green pizza delivery boxes, but they turn them inside out so its plain brown cardboard. Because... Well, it looks cooler? I guess?
 
2012-07-03 02:37:49 PM  

Dow Jones and the Temple of Doom: Oh, and they have pizza to go, and they use generic red, white and green pizza delivery boxes, but they turn them inside out so its plain brown cardboard. Because... Well, it looks cooler? I guess?



What kind of hipster shiat is that?
 
2012-07-03 02:38:13 PM  
Timmy the Tumor: "If you're gonna' have a show and publish books recommending these places, be honest and tell us what is good AND what isn't."

Well I guess that's just where we disagree. I think it'd be a waste of time to go to Joe and Lou's diner in bumfark Arkansas and spend 8 minutes meeting the good people and building up an impression of the restaurant just so that the host can pan the food. Similarly, if the salmon is merely 'ok' but the brisket is awesome, what the hell do I get out of knowing the Salmon is just 'ok'? The default presumption is that most restaurants that have been open for more than a year are at least doing 'ok'. So why not just work from there and let me know which item(s) actually stand out?

As to Bourdain, I can't say I've seen his show more than a few times. But what I've seen of it is much more about the people and the *types* of food and *types* of food preparation. That is, it's more about Bourdain getting to know and giving us an insight into the otherwise-inscrutable mind and life of some forgotten tribe, or Ted Nugent. And when he samples their food, it's more about how he conveys the feel of sitting down to Nugent's open pit BBQ or the tribe's roasted eyeballs, than whether they're particularly well done compared to others in the field.
 
2012-07-03 02:39:14 PM  

Dow Jones and the Temple of Doom: Cheeseburger on ciabatta with spinach and chips in a bowl? I bet they're servers actually have recommendations on which craft beers go best with which burgers. Pretentious post-hipster bullshiat. Ha.


Delicious as hell. The only thing the burgers don't do is suck your dick. But they're still better than some blowjobs I've had.

I dunno what's up with that picture, it's not really representative of what they serve.
 
2012-07-03 02:39:15 PM  

theorellior: Dow Jones and the Temple of Doom: Cheeseburger on ciabatta with spinach and chips in a bowl? I bet they're servers actually have recommendations on which craft beers go best with which burgers. Pretentious post-hipster bullshiat. Ha.


Like whatever you want, just be honest about it. I like Mich Ultra, but I admit I have horrible taste in beer.
 
2012-07-03 02:39:35 PM  

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(click it for a Cajun treat)
 
2012-07-03 02:39:39 PM  

Duke Phillips' Singing Bears: I have an idea, instead of sh*tting all over Guy, which is way too easy, how about we just throw out our favorite unknowns from our city, so that I can refer to this thread later if I'm ever in your town. Because the only thing I really care about in life is food.

I'll start:

[blacknewmedia.com image 640x548]

Goodfriend beer garden in dallas. IS the sh*t.


Man why did you have to mention this? I'm going back home to Atlanta in a few days and now i'm thinking of all the hometown food i want.

And i don't want a whole meal, i just want a delicious treat i really can't get anywhere else.

Doughnuts that are more sweet breadlike, not coated in a thin layer of gooey sugar. They always roll out new creations, like the Thin Mint Dougnut, the Reeses, the Cinnamon Sweet Potato, and the saturday special Bacon Maple Bar (so good fresh).

media.al.com

www.kevinandamanda.com

Next time you are in Atlanta, fark Krispy Kreme.
 
2012-07-03 02:39:59 PM  

elffster: Yan is so good. Hes amusing and he can cook good stuff. I have no idea if he is on the air still or not. I enjoyed Wok With Yan in the early 80s.


I have it on good authority that the accent is a complete fraud and he speaks standard North American English.

If Guy's French is that good I'd like to see him do the same show in France and hit a bunch of good restaurants with no Michelin stars that don't charge 30 euros for a 3 egg omelet. If it meant he spent less time speaking Beavis and Butthead English it would be far better.
 
2012-07-03 02:40:17 PM  

Duke Phillips' Singing Bears: Dow Jones and the Temple of Doom: Cheeseburger on ciabatta with spinach and chips in a bowl? I bet they're servers actually have recommendations on which craft beers go best with which burgers. Pretentious post-hipster bullshiat. Ha.

Delicious as hell. The only thing the burgers don't do is suck your dick. But they're still better than some blowjobs I've had.

I dunno what's up with that picture, it's not really representative of what they serve.


That burger in the picture actually does look pretty good.
 
2012-07-03 02:41:02 PM  
Diners Drive-ins and Dives went to a place near my apartment (Tommy's Joynt) a hofbrau I've been going to since I was a child(30 plus years). Not one of the regular employees was on the episode. The old Mexican guys behind the counter were replaced by family member of the owner I've never seen before.
 
2012-07-03 02:42:10 PM  
"Greasy professional food taster Guy Fieri"

I love flexible adjectives.
 
2012-07-03 02:42:44 PM  

Timmy the Tumor: If you're gonna' have a show and publish books recommending these places, be honest and tell us what is good AND what isn't..


Yeah. That's my only beef with Adam Richman, too. Watching Man vs. Food you'd think Adam has never eaten a meal he didn't like. I understand that restaurants don't want to be featured on the show if he's gonna trash the place, but he could tell us which dishes he didn't like, and why in a professional non-insulting manner. Not every restaurant can have the best ____ you've ever eaten. Viewers understand this.
 
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