All of that money, and the bluetooth isn't hooked up.
No police caught Bruce, but cameras did, which is just as damning.
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Ha! That's just WRONG!
Guy Fieri's restaurant, Guy's American Kitchen and Bar is known for it's All-American flavors and AH-MAYZING beers with dishes that have eccentric names such as, the Guy-talian Nachos and Vegas fries.
So when programmer, Bryan Mytko noticed that Fieri never registered his domain for his restaurant's name, he jacked it and created a FAKE menu!!
Quick, if you were to think of what kind of chef would submit recipes to a Smash Mouth cookbook, who would you guess?
Did you say Guy Fieri? You're right!
The book is called Smash Mouth: Recipes From the Road, and has recipes from Guy Fieri, Todd English, Michael Symon, and pretty much ever other 'brochef' in the country.
Guy Fieri's Times Square restaurant just got an awful review in the New York Times.
It was not just a not good review, it was actually mean and awful!
So of course SNL had to give their take on it!
Guy Fieri just opened up a new restaurant in Times Square, which promises American food for Americans in America.
Well, the New York Times went to review it — and came out with a scathing review that was just as funny as it was harsh. On the other hand, we're sure that Guy is trying his hardest to make a good food joint, and he's human, so we're sure he's saddened by the reviews.
Here's what he had to say:
We bet you could guess every single chef on this list, because, well, there aren't that many famous chefs.
Plus these chefs are EVERYWHERE, and you probably don't know many chefs OTHER than these!
According to Forbes, here are the top earning chefs:
What a strange pairing!
The thing is… it worked!!
The duo hit a 1950's diner together, where McConaughey was as laid back as ever, with his southern drawl and all!
He was even so pumped to be on the show that he helped renamed one of their dishes — a cross between an Enchilada and Casserole — into the Casherole.
Hmmm. We would have gone with either Enchirole or Cassilada.
What would U have named it??
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