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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:
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??
[Image via WENN.]
Diners, Drive-ins & Dives host Guy Fieri has launched his own jewelry line.
The peroxide-haired Food Network star collaborated with Room 101 on the three piece collection which Guy describes as "off-da-hook" and some "killer bling".
You can't really call it bling if there aren't any diamonds.
In an age where there are waaaaaay too many reality shows, you pretty much NEED celebrity guest stars to make yourself stand out!
The cooking show landscape isn't looking much different, and the best case for that is the new show called Rachel Vs. Guy Celebrity Cook Off.
They previewed it on the View, and we have the clip here!
Check it out above!
Note to talent: Don't piss off the producer who made you a star!
Diner's Drive-Ins and Dives producer David Page is in the middle of an all-out verbal brawl with the long-running Food Network show's star, Guy Fieri, and some disturbing details have revealed to the press as a result!
Not only does Page paint Guy as a diva whose dirty jokes and boob stares need to be edited out of his segments for the show, he also asserts that the celebrity chef is severely homophobic!
According to the City Pages article on the feud:
"You have to protect Guy from all of his poop jokes," Page says. "Anytime any woman mentioned 'cream,' Guy went into a sexual riff. When cutting the show, you had to tell the editors to watch Guy's eye line, because it's always on breasts."
Fieri also needed protection from homosexuals, or at least advance warning. Early in the show's run, Page got a phone call from Fieri, who'd just walked out of a restaurant in a huff.
"Guy had decided that the two men running the restaurant were life partners," Page remembers. "He said, 'You can't send me to talk to gay people without warning! Those people weird me out!'"
The executive producer isn't the only source for these allegations either. Former field producer Kari Kloster confirms that Fieri made the odd demand about gay guests and researchers were required to note indications of homosexuality during pre-interviews.
Of course, Guy's people (which include an entourage of friends with names like Gorilla, Kleetus, and Dirty P.) had nothing to say on the subject.
To add insult to injury, it's not just the gays that Guy doesn't like.
During a confrontation between Guy and David Page, in which the diva chef asked for Page's employees to do research for his second book about the series, the producer recalls:
"They were demanding tremendous research from my people, and pictures, but they didn't want to pay for them. Guy said to me: 'You know, it's true: Jews are cheap.'"
Once again. Wow!