SUCCESS and One Of My Favorite Guy Foodies

What caught my attention about Guy Fier  food celebrity on Food Network was his passion to share real food and the people who create it. It was no surprise when I saw he was on the front cover of SUCCESS Magazine this month and I just had to share some of the highlights from the write up and a favorite GUY recipe.

[alert-warning]Highlights from the Interview [/alert-warning]

  • Guy Fieri’s SUCCESS cover.On food: “Cooking is all about people.  Food is maybe the only universal thing that really has the power to bring everyone together.  No matter what culture, everywhere around the world, people get together to eat.”
  • On fatherhood: “My dad’s my best friend, so being a good father to Hunter and Ryder, spending time with them and teaching them, that’s No. 1 for me.”
  • On his critics: “What you get is what you see with me.  There’s no show.  I’m like anybody else.  You get enough, you can get beat up.  You can get hurt.  You can get frustrated. You can get demoralized.  What am I supposed to do? Am I supposed to stop being me? If someone boos a quarterback, does that mean he stops throwing his favorite pass?”
  • On his unique style: “If I probably didn’t have tattoos, or if I probably didn’t bleach my hair, or if I probably didn’t wear blue jeans and a T-shirt to fancy things, if I didn’t do things that make me look like someone who’s whacked out of their mind, it’d probably be different. But then again, that’s how I wanna dress. And I like my tattoos. And I like my hair cut the way it is.”

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[alert-note]My Favorite Guy Recipe[/alert-note]

One of my favorite recipes my family and I have enjoyed over the past few years was found on  It is a super easy GUY recipe to put together and you don’t have to be sushi lover to enjoy it.

Guy Fieri’s Sushi

Guy Fieri’s Sushi


  • Sushi rice
  • Rice wrappers
  • Bamboo sushi rolling mat
  • Sushi ingredients (such as fries, onion rings, meats, veggies, etc.)
  • Dipping sauces (such as chipotle mayo, wasabi, BBQ sauce, etc.)


  1. Fry up the potato fries
  2. Cook the pork with sauce and simmered for a few hours
  3. Avocado thinly sliced.
    Making Traditional Sushi.
  1. Cook shushi rice according to package instructions, pulled out our bamboo rolling mat, and began to layer ingredients over a softened rice wrapper laid out flat.
  2. After rolling things up, we sliced our Gringo Sushi into 1-2″ portions and set them face-up on a platter for serving.
  3. Chipotle mayonnaise and a bit of wasabe make great condiments.

[alert-warning]Favorite Guy DIVE [/alert-warning]

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[alert-announce]Do you have a favorite Foodie Star? I’d love to hear who it is and how they inspire you in the garden or kitchen.

Hope we can connect soon,


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