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"guy fieri" Discussed on Good One: A Podcast About Jokes
"On several one of being. And I've been having this top myself a lot lately is that I. I want to make I want to make comedy that People Call Arts Yeah you know like and. I I, believe it is and. And I I wanted To. Elicit like laughter as I. Get a but I wanted to be an emotional response that is. People that this. Thoughtful. I think. Mary. Very few comics can do that. You know like. An I I do believe. There's a few people. I. Would I could list. And say, I, think like Like I think. Chapelle makes our with his comedy and I think. I think Maria. Does that? As Well I. I really think Louis did it for a while to despite all the stuff he? Has Done. Whatever you will think of him I. So I want to be able to do that too. And and that kind of leads the other version. The way I feel about this show is that. I hope this isn't. The only time I do it. You know like on a scale like this I. I don't WANT TO BE A. You know there's some bands that are great but they're only a one hit wonder. Like an I. Don't you know like I know like you guys know. Noticing this Guy Fieri like I know that's the first thing. Is Not that I'm not proud of it what I want you to be like you know his first one was great. But the second one was even like his second splash was bigger than the first her you know like there's more to it like. Them a fan of one eight wonders bands like. Who happened to be amazing and they just never Made a second sweatshop I. think that's part of it to visit I feel. Like I very job. I'm so happy I wrote it. So happy it's done so well and I get defensive of it. When? I see some guy. Literally stealing but it on Tiktok and get four hundred thousand views. which is a thing that happened like two weeks ago is. Re does the like he he he's Franck laying in a doorjamb on the ground and he's like kind of being skeptical. And like he doesn't. Lip Synch it. But he likes just does the whole business friends are laughing and I'm like duds the funniest. Doug. Edem within you know. I think the good thing is that joke is in the ether so much that. No one will think he would you know like if you like it's mind yeah. It's mine or whatever you don't like but he's like literally doing my shit and these people are like laughing at losing their minds and I'm like God. Damn. Like Fuck I. Think I kicked my chair over and over what? BUB. Yeah. So I I guess I have a lot of different emotions about the yeah What was guys response? Tenure responsive. I have each tweeted at me. Yeah. He tweeted at me and he had a little mean coral. And then he actually called me. I was on a flight and it was so funny i. AM In bunch for years, but I'd never been upgraded to first class. No literally got put in, for class. And he called me as the flight was pushing back. And is cool man because he colony I'd thought it was like in La number maybe it's somebody I work with or something. Like ashamed there who's calling NATO's guy and I'm like, ooh, does this Guy Fieri? fucking laugh like laughing really really loud and I was like what's up man? The Guy. Next to me was a suit and tie businessman drinking scotching. Oh. You. Oh Hey how orioles am good. He goes I just wanted to call and say thanks and I keep kicking ass and. We got a lot to talk about these Kami, at your flight lands and all this kind of stuff. Then I called him and he never got back to me I think the but it was cool. You don't like I. I sincerely appreciate that each he's I mean. The guys moving mountains all the time like with his businesses and that. Fundraising thing he did at the start of the pandemic for restaurant workers as a guy that busy. Calling me for three minutes. Just did some dumb wise crack is pretty pretty cool. Yeah. On this podcast Oswalt was on and I asked like I, do all my guess. Dog. That was a huge win for member. Let me ask the question. I asked him what is the? fucking. Shit. Yeah. Go ahead and I asked him what is the joke that he wished you could steal? You know not steal, but it's another dimension where everything's the same but you have this joke essentially, what is the joke you wish you wrote and then and patterns said this joke and then they had them back on the podcast I was like. Is there any other joke that you wish you wrote it goes? nope. Still. Shane Tours this Guy Fieri Joel. What? How. Does that? How does that make you feel? Blew me away man I. I know Padma. Little Bit. Now you know like we're friendly and I've open forum on a couple occasions stuff. I I hold him in such a really high regard like. Feeling. Kind of patent is one of the album's he put out I listened that all the time I was other one. lollipops. Yeah. There's one is out by remember I listen..
"guy fieri" Discussed on Good One: A Podcast About Jokes
"I was like Oh what's going on today God? I really like we spent this money on the publicist, get it out to people you know and I was like really very. Worried. Just because it was like my first things, I was putting out there that would be like forever consumable or whatever you want. and. As I think it would do what? What else what if it fucking doesn't and you're an idiot and I remember I was in La as as a as I was already leaving New, York but I was in L. A. and my friend Adam, and I who was he was the he was the floor manager at my home club in Portland moved l. a., and now he's in Lake. Showbiz ship we had to go to San Francisco, because his girlfriend's a wonderful comic and we were both on outside lands. Our got and He was like I'm not flying and one of those. Let us take a bus and we were on a bus all the way out to San Francisco from L. A. When it dropped and my phone was going fucking nuts everybody was like texting and getting all these paintings and all this shit and we were laughing like lunatics on like a Shitty bolt bus or whatever, and everybody was like looking at us like what was. Like this guy goes by you guys laughing so much what's going on? It was like a very exciting comes and then I remember like. Yeah I'm also like I'm big on the Internet right now. and I'm also on a bus. Pretty. Upset about it. A did. Outside lands was like the coolest thing ever. And then I remember I came back to La and I was doing a set at the laugh factory like the following Monday or Tuesday. And I got an Uber Pool when still do that? and. This girl goes that was in the car shield's. Are. You the guy feehery conduct. And I was like, yeah that was funny. But he fucking socks and. Well it doesn't matter. You can win like that. That's the two things I take from that like specifically remembering is that mom was like This kind of a great thing is happening in not going to be on this bus much longer I'll have a live you and then also. You can. Hold the truth people's faces, but they probably won't look at it. It's interesting that you say that because like I feel like regardless of that that person like the public opinion of lease as time pass the public opinion from when you started that joke. Be Two, thousand, fifteen, thousand, sixteen till I wear it is now is now completely different like yeah and I imagine money he owes me money. I I really feel like his publicist should cut me in on a check look. Within also, why should he he? I just said the good things he did wa-. It's none of my fucking business. GOING, sold no, it's no. It is something like and I imagine if you have a google alert to your name like. There are no defensive Guy Fieri before yours now, it's like a legitimate. Like if you look up like defense, Guy Fieri, your name will come up like nine million essays about Guy Fairy being good and I bring it up because I was telling you before this I think about this joke. More than any other joke. Like of the last five years and and explain why which was specifically I looking and that caroline show was the Saturday after the two thousand, sixteen election. Remember. Kai on our so bummed. At everybody in Brooklyn were broken up with the night before. I was like I duNNo. I either when I was like, Oh, I, guess I'll go see like you kyle's comedians like maybe they'll make me feel better maybe it was like, oh maybe I'll. I will like see how comedians are adjusting to the sort of new reality. And It's interesting because and there's somebody won't talk about which is sort of like I imagine as a comedian for the last four years. You've done enough interviews where people probably ask you some version of like you know what is Khamenei's role against trump and what do you think about physical comedy and and what what I am in those conversations as well I. I think about your joke partly because may because the timing but like To me, it's like. What satire can do like I don't think of you. You didn't think of this joke is like a piece of satire whatever. But like this is what comedy does, which is shines light on an issue gives people new framework of seeing something and sort of provides them vocabulary of how to talk about it and I feel like it is the most effective version of what comedy potential Candu. Like I've ever seen part of the. Guy Fieri areas now like a completely different person. Like. Yeah, I mean like. My question is do you feel like? You. As a person who? Like I like to me, this is a political joke because it's a bout. Goodness in some ways and how we value people and a public consciousness gotta yeah. How do you feel about this joke and it relates to sort of the year since as sort of like what your role is like does what I say resonate sort of what you're you're hoping for with your comedy. Yes. The joke. Is kind of an emotional thing for me..
"guy fieri" Discussed on Good One: A Podcast About Jokes
"I mean there's nothing more gratifying than being right when everyone else is wrong. So maybe that was part of it. To me like this one of a little little high from it. Tell me about how the Anthony. Bourdain part. Evolved into it what did anti Dane represent to you? What? How did that sort of? How did that come to be part of this joke as well? I don't want to speak ill of the dead, but I will. A. Little I guess. I. Remember I was watching his show as I get it. He's interesting and he's cool. But he's a handsome guy and all this kind of stuff. And I had friends who I worked in the restaurant injury for years people who read his goes kitchen confidential or whatever. And and they were like, oh, it's so compelling. He's you know he's on drugs and all this stuff and he's cooking like you're a cook in you're on drugs all the time I don't find you compelling at all. I. Just saw a sometimes on his show. He came off like he thought he was very. When he would make jokes and it irritated the shit out of me, and then the way the same people who? Call themselves foodies and like Anthony Bourdain. Were just. The they always happen to be the same person who would shit on Guy Fieri and not like walking around the mall or you're like. I just I hate. I hate to because it's never funny. It's usually not. As compelling. A person or topics or band or I'm not absorbing. Seems interesting on on the service and then a lot of the time it's bullshit but. That being said like somebody being asleep person. Guy Fieri seems to be. I'm not ever really disappointed someone being sweet. Yeah. Like but I am disappointed in a person who like will be like they seem collaborative good taste music and they have like one album I, like to listen to the restaurants courtship. Or what? That exists I. It was something when preparing. For the interview having having known this part of the joke It reminded me sometimes how you talk out. Growing up and how they're like a lot of tough guys around and you're like this sweet sweet guy and like how toughness was coated as cool. Do. You feel like it's there's part of that in there, which is sort of like. either. A natural aversion to sort of that type of like leather jacket cool. I don't know there's like a natural aversion. There's a thing with guy. Fieri. He seems to be genuinely likes what he likes and does the things he does, and then like with a lot of people who look like Gordon seem to me like this is fashionable. A. Lot of people who were absorbing him God rest him. were. kind of that way too like. Even take the time to enjoy this or do you just have Xi's t-shirt. Highlight. Yeah. So I think I wouldn't say like a natural. Aversion to it but I I WANNA. Give everyone a shot. Yeah. You know. But a lot of times that that kind of persona will will turn me off I. WanNa find somebody interesting in not Not Pretending to be interested. I guess it's. I mean like I don't know if I'd be like Oh. You're comedies thick Guy Fieri of comedy and not the. Common, well, like I guess they are they have. Like I don't think I would call you the guys area of comedy like whatever I've ever represents. It's like does not hold true because in my head, a guy for comedy would be like big partying and like fireworks and like that because you. Do you feel like. As a crater, there was something about what guy presented that you wanted to aspire to more than what anti representative. Yes. There's part of that because. I'm sure Anthony. Bourdain did some very decent things in his life so I'm not going to. Presume to know anything about it but like. The part I like in the Joe as far as point making goes was depart were say he helps small businesses all the time. Yeah which is a real thing. I've no restaurants in Portland he went through that were just anytime they rerun it would be busy again. And it seemed like this very. Like, anybody who like is cool and. Liberal and like. Likes interesting music and has tattoos would want support a small business. And, and that is a thing. He's not saying he's doing it. Like. And he's not showing it. He's actually doing it. which is much more valuable than being a mouthpiece and I'm not saying boarding was that but you know like the proof is always in the pudding. So I I like that about him just in case there's like Anthony Bourdain heads who were like screaming I do want to just note as a fan of both I do think. One day and as he got older became much more Gentle and less worried about. Playing the character he created in the book. And I think the show reflected that I. Think the Early Show. As like anyone who creates the first TV show like I imagine like I'm this guy from this book and it's going to be like rock and roll and the ad like buy into that he got more cloud I think. He. Become. He's still was like you know leather jacket judo. Rolling Stones t-shirts but like it was much more sentimental and I think especially like he would when he ate at. In foreign countries with families, he was very much a very good listener. I think that being and became less about like cracking wise which I think was a big part of the early show. Yeah he was like A. Bit, more, present and Yeah was something I could actually appreciate. You also learned to do that better the further along you go in your life. Yeah and this is a sign that where I feel like Guy Fieri His his also like. I think he learned how to if you have is a federal show I've watched evolve he's learned to like not dumbed down. How he talks to people as much like I, think at first he was like being exciting nonstop I think he's like sunk in and like actually able to sort of have more earnest conversations about as opposed to being like in your face I'm guy you'll. Sell it sell it. So yeah. But back to the joke at different parts in the joke because on the album and encoding, you do at different times both times you do am I. Still Doing this I am still doing this bit which is an a nice. Calling out the as I say, like the joke becomes about sort of your. Flights Fancy or whatever your obsession with this. Or is it a thing where you're just sort of feeling out of like when is the audience? Most backing away a little bit or most being like, how do you feel when it's time to sort of say like? No this is. A weird amount of this to do it this is this is a ton of energy. To. Put into such a thing. If no one had ever thought of it. It probably wouldn't matter of I guess in the later version of the bit I saw. How much chicken I chewed off the bone already essentially. And those kind like maybe this a lot but I don't want a bit to me over. So I was like well, here's a second helping. You to legacybox like I just I wanted more but I wanted to acknowledge that I maybe being a bit of a zealot. Yeah Yeah I mean I think it also allows you to then do the last part which is like. A true flight of fancy of imagining this World War Two scenario which. Is. I, mean like it's part of what I love about the show is that there's so many different types of ways of approaching this joke and you decide to do all of them in this one joe, which is like a bear Guy Gary Way of doing the joke which is like. I've got to prepare this dish I'm going to do all ways of doing this. Holiday News and Harbour Niro. Yeah. Talk about adding that that that last flourish. I, feel like. The joke is kind of works in three parts. Like. There's like the the beginning of the introduction, and then there's the part of me listing and comparing the two..
"guy fieri" Discussed on Good One: A Podcast About Jokes
"Fieri. What you're taking away from this, you're missing the point. That you guys very much. I'm saying. I'm here with the comedian behind the joke you just heard Shane Torres. Thank you for joining me. Thank you for having me. been. This is a longtime coping for me. I feel like when I thought of doing this shows like a one off shade on to talk about this show. Today is that day. So let's start from the beginning before even the joke was a flicker near I. What was your? To Guy Fieri. True Sleaze. There wasn't one my I guess I. I would say my relationship was like I absorbed him. Like, a lot of people do kind of. In background for lack of a better, he's Kinda always on TV or is always on the Television or where we run it you know. So I knew he was he's like these. But I? Just. you know like uses kind of. Wild crazy dude but other than that I had. No knowledge that outside the show itself you know I wasn't an avid watcher. So then what what set you off to be like maybe there's something here. Well I would go to shows and everybody had like a Shitty joke about or he was a referential. Like, which I thought was kind of amazing. that. He wasn't reference all the time. You know it's always like is like guy? Fieri. While outlaw reading you know. Marcel prove or whatever what Kinda give all comic still light wherever you know like they just don't get it or whatever but So it was kind of like would. All. Joe's when while not actually saying the same words where the exact same job. Yes. That's kind of where it started I and I never wanted to tell jokes and somebody else could tell So. I guess that that was kind of where it started where were you saw people doing it and knowing that people are doing it all one angle you're like, Oh, if I do the opposite angle, it's like all mine. Yeah Kinda Just easy and I thought will once the other side of it. I guess I'm of the impression. The first thing that comes to your mind in a job or angle on a joke shouldn't be the finished product of which I think is what a lot of that was. In reference to guy. Areas. The King of hot dogs or whatever. So walk me through. Then you have this feeling of like Oh there's an area where are doing anything. to going on stage with something you know what? How much did you go on stage with? What was your process to sort of have something? You know what? What were you thinking when you were like Oh what is my ankle sort of walk me through the sort of thought process to the point where he's sort of got it on stage the first time. I actually. Remember it. Kind of. Yeah. Like pretty vividly. Honestly. Because I was Kinda thinking on it just doing the coffee shop thing. That where you just Kinda sit in a coffee shop for four hours. Everybody Wants Cup of coffee. Yes. That would like kind of like read like ozone use the bathroom ten. Islands homeless. but. I don't know if you know Jerry Levin Baugh sounds familiar he used to with West. Yes Yep and Germany's a buddy of mine. Do you WanNa do last night and I was like yeah and I was done a few times had done well on it but I was like I had to bring some new eight knows I guess I'll just try this and I was thinking about what if the? The angle in the bid is that He literally hasn't done anything wrong. That's kind of were. Like. I went up. And it was like it was at I was just a one liner. Where just go like I would come out in I. Guess kept this part of the bit. Can someone please explain to me. What the fuck. Guys Eerie ever did to anyone that was kind of juggle. And then I was end of line was like because I as far as I can tell all we ever did was followed his traits and then. It got a huge pop. Yeah and then like there was Canada's if I don't know if this is true or I'm you know. Blowing smoke up my own ass but I felt like they want more. Like and it was like, okay I have to go right this job. Midst that you're like I gotta go I did. Like don't worry apple towels up next. West, which is actually what happened. you know I love to turn the PUNCHBOWL for Hollywood's biggest director to pick up. That's how it actually the first started because I. I was like, Oh, there's more to it. Yeah. So so did the next up doing research or you're like Oh, let me actually find out more about this person is that what you're thinking was What do you? Feel, there is a version where you just sort of like. Talk about even just the idea of him and be like this seems fine like what made you I'm going to do research, and then what was it like doing that research the information I do in the bit or I give out in the bit. UNFOLDED RATHER QUICKLY If you Google guy you're going to be like, it won't add. There's no like more information about him will be uploaded to the Internet in a day that you get through in a lifetime. Yeah. So then you're like, you're picking choosing from the list of good deeds and then I imagine when you found that that Pretzel making thing you're like, well, that is already as if someone wrote the joke for me. In date yeah. The thing that I found is sort of like re did your research I just wanted to see like more information and Because the gay wedding one I mean as I'm sure you know it's not like he officiated one gay wedding it wasn't his cousin who's always been close to. Officiated one hundred, one gay weddings. In in tribute to his his sister, who was who was a lesbian who passed away like it's like not like can you talk about? Decision not to like give all the information about that gay wedding you're like this is enough. Truly. I didn't know. I had heard this but I know she had passed away. Last over. But I point out that it's so funny. It's such a Guy Vieri, thing for him to do. A hundred one and not just a hundred. Kids like. He's the like it's like a miniature skirts and it was risk for. One hundred one tower not one hundred but. I. I. Would Not Giving all the information about it is I think part of it was just word economy, inefficiency..
"guy fieri" Discussed on Good One: A Podcast About Jokes
"Did nickelback ever. Made forty million rows happy. Yeah. You don't want them walking around pissed off the we ended up in this mess. There should Batra. Look I get it. I don't WanNa hang out with Guy Fieri either. Okay I. Know He looks like a hot topic manager moonlighting at a Friday's. Didn't do anything wrong. Well what else has he don Shane I'm so glad. He goes around the country to small businesses and gives them free advertising on a national platform on a weekly basis advertising. Those small businesses could never afford themselves with his own television show, but because his hair looks like he was electrocuted while drinking mountain dew. People like we need to solve his head off and put it on the Internet. Meanwhile. y'All. Can't get enough Anthony Bourdain. and He seems like the kind of do that would be mean to dogs so i. Don't understand what is happening hang. What does he do? Put on rolling stones, t shirts, and that tell food courts they suck. Come on. Like if you had to choose. Between being stuck in a foxhole with Anthony Bourdain. Or gaffey avery. You. GonNa. Pick every time. I am still doing this.
"guy fieri" Discussed on Good One: A Podcast About Jokes
"It's about comedy broadly about depot specifically. But sometimes, it really is about a joke especially when you got a joke like this weeks as our guest is New York stand up comedian Shane Torres and his joke about Guy Fieri is. At least in my opinion, one of the best of the last decade if you've not heard the joke, you might know it from Penn Oswalt on this show twice saying it is joe key. wished he wrote. Besides being so funny it it really shows the power of comedy. It was an idea where. Everyone was zigging in like describing Guy Fieri as the worst person that ever existed and Shane founded angle by zagging and be like maybe this guy's not so bad and like. Instantly, when he tells this joke, you can see an audience like. Laughing away where like they feel like they breathe for the first time like there's like Oh yeah like it's like he lifted the wool over people's eyes in a way that comedy can do and it's considered doing for like serious subjects. But you know he did it for Guy Fieri. And I knew from from the first time. I saw it seems Shane opened for Canadian in the fall two, thousand sixteen instantly when the job is finished I was like this is going to be huge. It's a feeling I don't have often i. Show I literally sent myself an emails reminder that whenever Shane releases an album to try to have vulture premiere this track and and we did is in August two, thousand seventeen. And it blew up like in a way I've seen very few jokes ever do. We wrote about people are sharing it then other people or sharing and that other people wrote about it, it was like one of migrate days as a as a comedy fan on the Internet. The version of the joke we're GONNA play was its final form as he did on Conan in in September of two thousand seventeen. Anthony Bourdain plays a role in the jokes. So I should note that this was recorded before he committed suicide. I. If some of what chain says is hard to hear just just think it's more about the idea of Anthony. Bourdain. Than the actual guy also say in case you're thinking well, everybody loves Guy Fieri as a person who was very much on the internet in two thousand seventeen I can say that was not the that this joke I, believe is the reason for the shift. So here is chain Torres. Can someone please explain to me what the Hell Guy Fieri ever did anyone? Yana who I'm talking about the celebrity chef. People Shit on that dude, all the time. And as as I can tell all he ever did was follow his dreams. You understand people are horrible to a television personality and he didn't do anything. Wrong. Here's what he did. Do America he started a company where he hires everybody he pays more than minimum wage. He gives health benefits before he has to. He has a nonprofit where he gives pretzel making machines to schools. So they can fundraise I know that one sounds like I made it up but I swear to Christ it's true. He works with Special Olympics athletes, and if you need a little more sugar with this medicine, he also officiated a gay wedding. But because he has flames on his shirt. Everybody's ships all over this dude, like he's a member of nickelback. And by the way what the hell.
What did Guy Fieri ever do to you?
"Can someone please explain to me what the Hell Guy Fieri ever did anyone? Yana who I'm talking about the celebrity chef. People Shit on that dude, all the time. And as as I can tell all he ever did was follow his dreams. You understand people are horrible to a television personality and he didn't do anything. Wrong. Here's what he did. Do America he started a company where he hires everybody he pays more than minimum wage. He gives health benefits before he has to. He has a nonprofit where he gives pretzel making machines to schools. So they can fundraise I know that one sounds like I made it up but I swear to Christ it's true.
"guy fieri" Discussed on The Smoking Tire
"Was It was kind of that thing where everybody told me I was crazy which I've heard a lot in my life but I said, no, we're really gonNA raise a bunch of money and I sent I said forty three messages to all the top CEO's that have anything to do with the restaurant industry? Coke Pepsi Know Vodka Uber. cargill you name it I, sent him a video individually and said, here's what's going on. We need some help. People jumped in and people helped at people gave them a bunch of money and we gave out over. Forty thousand. He got up to fifty, thousand, five, hundred dollar grants three five, hundred dollar grants to restaurant employs now zero. Six million people without jobs but at least fifty thousand people. Yeah, something. I've run into so many restaurant employees that have come up to me and said, I got I got the money. I, got the money. Thank you So it was It was an amazing program but like I'm saying everybody right now, I think the best way we can support our industry one is gone big. You know these these wrestlers, you only need it to delivery due to go. Use the delivery services or go oakdale There's you know now we couldn't because back it. So restaurants in Oakland. So you had the money and you wanted to help and there was nothing to do go to the fun. Now we're saying to folks please go to restaurants please go to restaurants gift certificates go to restaurants in by by. Somebody else meal go you know whatever but that's that's I think the best way to be the best way to help folks, right? Yeah. For sure. I agree man thanks and we when we sold these t shirts Cuban we ended up, we donated all the proceeds. It was about fourteen thousand we donated two guys relief fund back in in March we. Yeah and it's it's just been unit was bad. It was you were so awesome by the way. It wasn't for a lot of people that. They can get the money. It was about people being recognized and appreciated. Because the restaurant industry has always been there for us. You know it's always been there go for the celebrations, the good and the bad calibration for the champion you you get to your kids you go get you go him up for Gibson, your kid's soccer team all these things restaurant business always didn't their person. So he was a time when the industry really needed US and We have to go in helping people. Get check they felt the hug. The love they felt appreciation. So it was tough I live in Venice beach in part of the reason I live in. Venice beach is because I can walk to fifty amazing restaurants at any time and so to have those two months were to see the boards up and all that stuff it was really really bad and I love what they're doing now getting rid of street parking spaces and putting outdoor dining like they do in this town squares in Europe fabulous absolutely fabulous fuck the street parking this huge pay lots right there. Let people pay. You know what I mean who cares about street parking. Exactly. Thanks for having me man, you do your your man of the people and you you offer yourself to everybody in so many different ways and so when you asked, it was funny because my team in the weekly meetings said. Carshow car. What what do you got going on? You're busy you're. A good buddy of mine. He's a Cuban brother. He gets it and they say. They all kind of just go. But. I don't really know why do you do you do it so? you know. Thank you. Thank you. Thank you and thanks. Thanks for the invite and I'm down anytime. Let's talk. Yeah I'll I'll get I'll grab a Taikang from portion I'll come up to Santa Rosa and say what's up soon. Yeah. figure out how to figure out how you're gonNA fly yourself home. I'm man, that's our show chef guy fieri on the smoking tire podcast we're paying tribute to the Cuban Carl Ruiz today our late friend died one year ago today he was.
"guy fieri" Discussed on The Smoking Tire
"Taught. Awesome. You Know Yeah Great. Show has has been able to do what it's been able to do, and there's so many great people that make that happen and it just it's like what in the restaurant lottery I mean? It's it's no restaurants can ever afford to have that much advertising that much yeah those your you know here's a bunch of guys loaded into the show shooting tomorrow when as a walking and all walking right now wearing weasing shirts. Oh, we'll see my shirt. I'm wearing I'm wearing the shirt right now I'm wearing today the the don't trust your own taste chances are you have none shirts that we made? I set one to your house. Did you get it? Pile of them we we were we were wearing watch minded. People were stealing them and I have and I've got the I've got the releasing wristband today which I got from you, which is very a lot of people have asked me where to get that I was like well, you gotta get it right from guy it's kind of a thing. On I've had this on. I've never taken it off. The whole time. Good for you. You are you are the friend of a friend's you're you're you're a G. before. Before I. Let you go I really appreciate your time. I know how busy you are your. You always take the time for me whenever I call you. I'm still stuck on that that electric forced by them I think you should buy tycoon I. I told you that and I will tell you again that you should buy tycoon I. Really always worried about first editions I. Agree I totally agree with you I think you should buy one next year. Let's stay. Let's stay on that but I do video was Africa I. Mean I don't know. So many people onto it But I I do need to get one and we been we're here in California, where the Land Tesla and I think Tesla's are awesome. But boy your video of you drive in that way way way. Different thing. Yeah. It's a different thing you got A. Test drive if you test drive that'll really. Yes I know. I know do you know do you know the comedian Thomas Agoura? You met him? I know the name I got him. I got him hooked up with MC McLaren for the weekend, and now he's like he's just ready to spend his entire life saving..
"guy fieri" Discussed on The Smoking Tire
"And. I. Didn't saw forces Ferrari and. I. Just. A. Conflict on which more. Great Flick horrible ending Oh. Yeah. You know it's depressing. I was like Batman. I wanted one like. Carroll about this but Now, what are the guy that you ever got a chance really talked to him and just a very sweetener endearing very knowledgeable very Just a really I thought they did a good job at that. They made. Matt Damon. Little Short. No, I thought Christian Christian Bale just like killed Ken Miles and actually I got to tell you I really like how they. How realistic the portrayal of. His crash was I. think that that That sort of you know just another day at the track just testing going about your business sitting in a lawn chair with a hat kind of half covering your head waiting for the driver to come back with notes, and then you just hear that kind of Thud. I you know I really felt that that was such A. It's really if if you've ever seen a big crash on the side of a race track like that, it's like kind of how it happens. You know I thought that was a real moment. Yeah I I love the movie and didn't know that history of movie to that degree but I tell you that it. It's tough when it's a movie like that 'cause people I don't like cars. You know I don't like racing. GotTa Watch it. There's so much more to people story yeah people. Story. It was pretty amazing. Yeah Yeah Hey. What the The Red Camaro you use triple D.. Is there any story with that or is it just a prop car that? What do you? I think you chose it but I don't think you have any particular attachment to it if I had to take a guess. least, you're not psychic. GonNa make any money working at the fair with that one man well. Below. that. So so here's your here's what happened when we first started triple. D.. The way the show got started as we did a one hour pilot and we the production team, the production company at the time, which wasn't the the producer we went around to all these different cities around the country. And shot the location. And contacted the local car company or local car clubs and said, do you have a car we can borrow. And so we drove a variety of drove a Khuda drove I actually drove a Ford Mustang which you know, I'm not a four guys. We drove a we drove my Chevelle my yellow Chevelle was in the show when we shot here in California. And we drove one of the cars we drove was a sixty seven Camaro small block. So, with the show got picked up and we had to have convertible because a lot of the shot was being inside the car you watch your show, you watch a movie or anything they have to light inside of the Car to light people's faces because the coupe you can't. Yes. The. Worst convertible we'd never convertible to be able to hold the camera. So the camera guy could ride with me in the car and we had to have a convertible. So we could have light on the face do long shop and you get that critic crane makes a crane shot possible as well. You can get you can get Jackley exactly. Yeah. All those things considered when the show got picked up, producer called me and said, okay what kind of car do you want to drive I said well, come on nothing better than that. Read. and. Was it. We show up about a month later to go shoot the show he went and bought the actual Red Camaro. Cheese, you about that exact car and the car wasn't in the best condition and it used to drive me crazy it because the car would stall and your crowds of people were going to be there and on and on and on. So when we trade, we change production companies and I became the EP along with the me. No citizen pictures you now does it when we did that I said, okay.
"guy fieri" Discussed on The Smoking Tire
"Is just hang on sick. Gives me the money goes inside brings his wife out. He says All right. How? About you give gift certificates to your restaurant for the balance. You got it whatever you want. To the Iran into the guy several times really neat guy named his name is John and I ran into him several times and I told him actually told him in that car about the car. I've never solve problems. I'll be living in the car before over Salva car. And as the car developed through the years, you know I did a frame off I repainted it. You know got per pick that I. Mean You name it I've done something to it so. I like I liked that story a lot. That's a good story and is that I mean is that how how you ended up with all those other yellow cars to just to match that one to sort of became your thing? Don't know weird shit random they're. They're at bear Jackson and it's my it's my birthday and there's a sixty-nine stingray. You know four, twenty, seven, it's getting ready to go to auction and. How can you not? Tell us what I when I went in your garage the when I was at your house last year and you said you said, yeah, no more no more yellow and no more convertibles. Done which I understand, you get famous for either of those things. I actually remember that that's funny. I don't know I'm all over the board right now like I'm looking at a Khuda right now I gotta go on to diversify. You gotta you know maybe get a Khuda. in seventy seventy one thing really do want to seventy seven transam. Oh Man, those are coming up man everybody wants a screaming chicken right now and they are coming up. He better get on one quick before. I'm all I'm all over the board I love cars I. I if I could park inside the House I would. When you kind of you kind of your garage. Finished like like a home, it's pretty it's pretty epic. Actually I'm ver- credibly about. Four I think more I wanted to be twice there's a buddy of mine here in town they build a build investi bills got one of the greatest car collections I've ever seen in my life. and. I if I said to him one time I said I just build my house at the center of this car garage he's got. Five hundred cars. Oh, Jesus. Next Matic semi take you there. I'll make a special trip for that one. It was bill and CAROL DIM busty or guy. Bill and Carroll Shelby. They gave me my Cobra Oh bill and Carol were in business in Carroll started making the cobras out of south. Africa and we got to meet Caroline become friends with them. I. Got a picture of him right there on my wall but we were And so that's that's one of my favorite. That's got a monster for twenty seven. Carol did. Survey was chilly more importantly. Carol. Did Services Chilly and yes carol and I it's great because I have one of my favorite pictures of the in the garage right Gar is a is a picture of Carol wearing his knuckle sandwich. Jacket. Also. That's killer. Yeah. I I. Definitely keep their. How'd you like to Chile? Carol Carol, could've made me you know. And we actually had an appeals house I Cook Digging Carol Chilly. I went to that to the terling Chili. Cook. Off for Carol's eighty fifth birthday as part of a thing with Ford and it was bad ass man that little place lingua is so far in the middle of nowhere there's one police officer for the whole county. So you'd see the cop just drive the other way and you go. Okay. Well, they're over there now so the street races are that way and everybody would just bring out there shelby's rates on the street. It was absolutely ridiculous. It was so silly but like everything in that whole town was shelby shelby shelby. Three stores. Such a neat I, who such an amazing story and.
"guy fieri" Discussed on The Smoking Tire
"Bucks for me. We just leave this. A very good. He going to a restaurant with Carl, was one of my favorite experiences because you know he liked to graze, he'd order everything on the menu at take two bites and he'd share it with the table next to him that they all thought he was nuts. And then and then the chef would come out who would always heard of him and then they find out he was there they start sending more food. It was just insanity to go out to dinner with Karl Man. It was there was nothing like it it was crazy. Now, the thing is, is he knew so much about food that he was able to sit there and I remember when we're going to a Chinese restaurant New York City and he was sitting there giving me the the nomenclature of the Gooey Duck. I'm like Carl, how you don't even know where you parked your car. You're able to break down for made the gooey. Duck. Just all Kanji, your own history of Khanjian. Yeah, he told me. You know he gave me a great book recommendation that I've read twice now is called what Einstein told his Cook easy familiar with that book. No, it's a really cool book that I think is it Karl probably studied a lot and it's just about the chemical compositions of food why certain food behaves different ways and it really is a very interesting thing. I recommend people call what Einstein told his Cook and there are two volumes. There's a volume one and a volume two. I'm in the middle volume two right now. Great books with Pictures. Drawings but yes, I'm always I'm always good when their pictures. So I've heard Karl's version of how he met you and how how that really changed his life. Can I get your version? I'm texting my assistant to get up. Okay. We've made an impression going get get this. No I. Love that anything has to do with food history and food united. Try to explain that people all the time about you know like you show me something in the world of food and I'll tell you I most likely know how it got there like why do we have sought? Why do we have sausage? Why do we have had? Geez why don't we have triple eight peppers? Why do we have butter? You know why do we have these things? The cheese you know because it all derived from not having refrigeration and having you know a plethora and how we're GONNA. Bokola salted on and on and on. So anytime I hear a book like this. They can give some herald big as a as a great probably I think the Bible of food but. what Karl Tell you because I. This came up yesterday when all the crew was here at the House and you've been here you came yeah I love Your House. Is The coolest your house told me so much about you as a person, not only how how warm and inviting you are because when I was there, you were having a party not just for Carl's friends but for the construction crew that had built your house and their families and I thought that was amazing. But your attention to detail in the house was incredible I WanNa talk about your kitchen. and. A little bit a love your house. But what Karl told me about meeting you is that after you had one food network star, he saw you on the street. He said, he said that you were going to be the future and could he take you to to launch or something like that and and he impressed you over lunch and you ended up giving him a job? Is that close? It's not. It's close it a little more factual than what? Our boys were talking about yesterday So. What had happened is a gun Italian restaurant in Chelsea and had a macho China one of my favorite dishes with the jolly with the peak your with the pork cheat done in a spicy sauce and walk them back and I'm walking back to the hotel and I see this Here's this kids Cuban music going on in this restaurant that was the restaurant called Sodom Kuwata where Carl was. So I go there just kinda peaked my head in there to see what's going on and there's Cuban music play which I love the music and I sit down at the bar. When I think I'm having you know. Fear something and up comes Carl and he's four right in my face. 'cause you remember just how. I. Had One. Guy Won the show you you want you on the show and he knew everything about me I mean he could cause. You know what I mean. He was so mice. Yeah. SMART. You remember the things he wanted to remember. Yeah, and he's like, Yeah Yeah. No, he's hoping and California and Texas Sabi Restaurants. Let. Me Ask you something I said no I. Thank you. Thank you. I was actually a little worried about how seeing this guy was. Just, eat and I'm like, no. Okay. So he comes up and he brings up or not as brings this this this pork shank in this whole thing and I'm like, Dude, I'm not hungry. Okay. And they bring the snapper. You're killing me. And and we it's every time I would come back to town. You know coming down to shoot shows. I would run I'd go see Carl because his the restaurant was maybe a block from the food studios. and. So we gotta gave buddies and then he was having some trouble things are working on at the restaurant that at listen what's coming California I got a new restaurant concept opening watch them do this. So That's how it all came about. But no from day one he was in my face. Yeah. Making sure that but he just such a you know just the neatest that's got some great pictures of us when we were young and that's one of my favorites right there. He was just like it's for a guy who's job it was to make food. You've never met someone who was just so good. You know present company excluded sorry guy but.
"guy fieri" Discussed on The Smoking Tire
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"guy fieri" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts
"Was thinking of China expert. I. I. Just, do on the first name and it was like, Oh my God. That's the end of the episode I watched guys kitchen was season. So three. where he brings his most creative show friends the ranch to revamp a retro dishes John. Men. Is. Is So funny. He's a good dude I used to go to his restaurant in the West village before it shut down and then he just reopened it as cove it happened. So like I'm hone know what happens with that but he has this great restaurant called Budo that was sort of like this iconic like he makes us like delicious roast chicken get like Parmesan fried potatoes. With it, it was always like a hot spot. You sit outside Bobby Flay and Michael Simon used to go there all the time with their wives before Bobby got divorced from Stephanie March one night on their they're like racking up a crazy bill wine bottles past I'm like two tables over with three of my girlfriends. Did they thirty percent lanes? I hope. So they were like. Having a great time and Jonathan Waxman starts coming around talking to everybody at every table and the ladies how are you enjoying your meal and we're like, oh, it's so good and like you know my friends are like they don't know who is whatever and I was like that's the chef like he's a really big deal and they're all like I think he just wanted to. Say Hi Four Young Women in their twenty s like in like summer dresses eating roast chicken I was like, yeah, probably. But like still and I watched him like come around and like hang out with Bobby and Michael Awhile it was such a great I it was very silly. I really enjoyed that moment anyway I digress in in in my mini binge of the Guy Fieri. Demography on TV. I think I saw and maybe he's just stuck in my mind because how much you guys talked about Bobby Flay last week it'd be bobby flay is were heavily promoting chopped colon be bobby flay. Gets is that a mash up of the two shows? Though. Speaking speaking of guests on I was watching the triple the episode I watched had Duff Duff Goldman on as well. I remember I watched a good amount of cakes back in the day even though I realized that that was not really a food show whatsoever, it was funded show. Action. On stuff exactly.
"guy fieri" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts
"To say. For London Flop. The thing about guy that again, the way he speaks does feel like he was unfrozen from the year nineteen, Ninety eight. But again, the weirdly enough that has a way to be like you're you're. Looking in talk in a weird but like that makes me more comfortable. Sort of like he's harnessed the smashmouth energy. Able to ride that wave so much further than. Everybody else from that time, there was an article I read the basically said. If, you don't like smash mouth you probably don't like Guy Fieri. I don't think he's a Douche. He's just he's just he's got was worried about I was worried that you thought he was a bad dude. No real agree that he's a good dude he's just not his style like isn't what you're going. He's got the Bro Energy that I can tolerate, but then I don't vibe with. That's all fair and reasonable. Thing as well as I believe. Reading up on Triple D., the food network said that like not only is it obviously a huge hit for the network and made guy the face of the food network but I believe like it's more than most watched shows by the male side of their viewership. So for some reason, I think it's just guys particular energy and his style really has that vibe with like young men I don't think this means that mer recruiting people to flavor town anytime soon. But for some reason and is his typical of being guy like really resonates the way with men viewing these shows. This is interesting. I'm trying to think of like the Algorithm of food network programming now that you've said that. We have that versus pioneer woman, which is like safest. Most Vanilla American. Play I can't even watch that show because it gets too boring like. Like you know, we'll have minutes of something on our dvr before like after. So, we'll be watching something 'cause. Triple D. and all this stuff is like shows Ethan I will watch together like helium. Mad. If I if there's like a tournament of triple John I watched one episode without him. That's like our game of thrones basically. I'm not kidding I cannot watch that show without him. So you know sometimes I'll watch like ten minutes pioneer woman after and we're just like. This is horrific and I feel the same about. Everybody anthem.
"guy fieri" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts
"Sound Bass in there and then we'd good. Toward. Myself I'll record myself lighting it and then send everybody the video of it. What does sound breath consists of just looping of somebody being like Oh you're muted you the smell. Do you want me do my singing bowl right now. No no no. Well, let's instead of staying at the same time. We either sing the praises or in maybe some of our case is perhaps malign the one and only character. That is Mr Guy. Fieri. On today's episode beyond top chef we brought it up last week. When we did our potluck, we knew we couldn't do that without Haley. Straw, on Paulo. Return. You are one of the biggest guy theory fans that I have ever known and I think in preparation I know some of us have watched some of his work some of us have certain thoughts about his work, but I feel like Hailey, the resident. Guy Expert here I would love to hear like when you started. Watching him and what you love about him through the years because he's been on TV for like. Going onto decades right now. Yeah. I wouldn't say a day one fan. I didn't watch on Food Network Star or anything. But I'd say. It started up about ten years ago at this point and I I feel a feel like I've gone through the flows of Guy Theory, Phantom I've always remained true as a fan. And you know. There was a period in time where people were Anti Guy Fieri and now we're kind of coming.
"guy fieri" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show
"Man Cave Mercedes aimed G. driving performance great guests. Last time he was on Nice appearance by fear. Of course, the diners drive ins and Dives Star and then I realized that he's something more than that. He is maybe the mayor of flavor town because his hometown of Columbus. Wants to maybe rename flavor town after native son Guy Fieri, who joins us on the program? Is this a real story guy? I think you probably have better Intel on at the night. Do but yeah, it's a real story. It's a real campaign. Would on some guys I don't know, but they sure are on after it. How often are you back in, Columbus? Will you go back to support this when we can travel? Well. I was born in club back in sixty eight parents were kinda hippies..
Guy Fieri raises over $20 million for struggling restaurant workers
"You know how many people are how many people are are are are struggling right now it's not so the guy fieri man did something really good twenty million Bucks for struggling restaurant workers that's a great story it's a great store your watch guy fieri I'm not not particularly but I've always found him to be an amusing the muezzin character yeah he something I I'll tell I'll I'll give you that I'm not you know he annoys the hell out of me but this is a really amazing thing he's done I mean good for him and good on him he did introduce me to one of my favorite spots around the loyal area or local area bobbin girl oh sure which there's a couple of locations it's a great restaurant really taste it really really tasty but I never had they they do like Korean styles of the two kimchi no idea what that was until until I tried it simply like spiced pickled yeah Cabot Dr yeah king changed my palate yeah I know I've never really into spicy stuff and then all of a sudden I tried that and so I guess I can give props to guy fieri for that well you know the thing is also I mean obviously raising twenty million dollars for struggling restaurant workers is fantastic at this time and you know I mean his businesses are taking it to but also it's it's a it's amazing the testimonials that you hear from the restaurants or places that he showcases on diners drive ins and dives because I don't I would I would say ninety nine percent of the of the businesses that appear on that show the the the the business goes through the roof I'm you get you people just say it as soon as the this is the episode airs you know within days they're packed like the restaurants are packed so he does a lot of good for the restaurant businesses you know he really does say what you will about his you know his his personality or his persona or whatever the guy's heart's in the right spot I mean it really is you know thank you to every every business that they've ever done a follow up with said that that the you know like as soon as the eyes to the episode aired like their business doubled or tripled which is
Guy Fieri announces $20 million in grants to restaurant workers
"Guy fieri knows exactly what restaurant workers are going through it in this age of covert nineteen and that's why he wanted to do as much as he possibly could to help out the Food Network star has partnered up with the national Research restaurant association education foundation to launch the restaurant employee relief fund is managed to raise twenty million Bucks already in less than two months they've also awarded five hundred dollar grants to over forty thousand workers who are facing the circumstances with confidence nineteen a lot of money twenty million Bucks already really for restaurant workers could work there guy
"guy fieri" Discussed on Bertcast's Podcast
"HE FIT in writers beds? That's where Dave during brands kitchen because everybody stays threats all the chefs come and take a big camp for chefs and now we hike in the morning and everybody but writer comes out of his New Year's and writer comes out he brings. You scare clogs out. They found that his closet. My Gosh what a cheery night. That was a good dude on guard. Yeah Yeah I used to. I used to party car We used to do radio together man. He made me Giggle East. Thirty so funny and he was so gained. Like I'm. I'm obviously a big drinker and I'd roll in to do radio with them and we pour cocktail immediately. He's like come on buddy. Let's go all. He just he. Did you ever hear the game here to get any wasn't a skit? Did you ever hear chicken? Did you ever hear the penny chicken from opening Anthony Urges OB PICTURE? I'm sorry. What was that okay. Look up Penny Chicken Kenny chicken. It was me in in NAB and Alex Shelley. We were in the New York media and I went by. Ob a wonderful guy. And what by? Okay Carlson Carl brought us it and we did. We did a bit. It wasn't even a bit. We were just talking about what goes on in the white for food and catering and so ordered that we were talking and it just it just goes off the rails so fast that we're talking about Karl making deliveries in his car and the chicken spilling out of the car a gone under the seat. Do y'all got the chicken seat. Put it back in the in this thing and then penny underneath the seat got stuck in a chicken and then he served at a wedding and somebody didn't do it now. Oh Gosh what is this girl says? Oh you got any any chicken. Journalists Injured in such a rant in such a ridiculous out of control. I mean people were crying wrong. Four people throwing people. I think you've got fired. I think it was crazy. Man It was one of the funniest things of any. I'm curious to see where his career would have gone. Because I do think he was just blowing up. I was really trying to mentor them. And getting on the on the straight narrow and he knew something we did now and he was talking about it and so I don't you know I don't know what to say about it. But he was incredibly successful on guy for Games Nasr editor and as a judge and then just getting ready to shoot tournament of champions we shot in December and he was of course in the top sixteen you know are they. Give us like seated number two and the League Glory called now sitting. There Patio my house and Oriented texted me or called me and I was on a conference call and then she texted me and I didn't even have to look at the jets and then it was just Gloria calls brother and myself and I'm sitting there going to keep it together. I'm I'm I'm a mess and I'm trying to figure out. How do I call? What do I say and I never lost words and I couldn't even get the words out just worse by the one thing I will say. Is that The skated very similar. Right way he didn't know how many people love them in admired him and respected him and continue to carry on his name and and in tribute. And that's yeah it's tough thing but it's the same goes with you you know. You're such a cool humble easy go and dude and of stand of bandwidth of of an army that she got behind yourself and as I said. Yeah you got this at the show idea. That's out there work. Let's talk about it. Maybe who knows where things go? I feel like I feel like I didn't get successful until I was in my forties. I feel like you have been in on a rocket ship since you were a kid do. Was there ever a time where you just felt like? Kinda like loss like you weren't going in the right direction. Well if you talk about rocket ship if you're talking about the Lou kid today a cardboard box and it's rocket flames drawn on the side of it and he's got to a string goggles. That Saraga Jim at some what happened on No you know I. I don't think it was ever I I feel the same situation. You are the older you get. I think the better you can navigate what you're doing. I forcing was navigating at my dad. Super both my furniture are awesome and both were super involved with my family. My Dad just got cancer but both my parents were very gaffe. Negotiating fucking awesome seventy six years old these fake Radha cancer staged reading whatever and beat it in kicking ass. You know now trying to get stay goddamn home. 'cause parents why are they acting like children? Do not get it but anyhow my parents gave me that environment they were hit. It's not smoking hippies. After all served by that amongst got toby we'll go but what it was his They were always anything that I could dream or think about or talk about. Everybody has okay. Let's try okay. Let's do. I called my dad when football season protocol. I was ten and I see that the Houston oilers. Earl Campbell was. My favorite player was a raider fan but the men do Houston. Oilers are playing the forty niners tomorrow. Jim just go. I lived in Humboldt Dude hours plus from San Francisco. Okay tomorrow morning we get up the job avenue morning ladonna not tickets drive speed after San Francisco Scouts tickets. This is one thousand nine hundred seventy eight you know. My parents were always super super supportive and gave me that idea and I've always lived my life under that. That model is that. Who says you can't who makes the rules. Who says this is not achievable. Who says you can't go next level. Who says you can't push the vowed who says you can't with we're doing this big relief fund right now. We've raised sixteen million dollars so far. The program called R. E. R. F. Which I it's the National Restaurant Association Educational Foundation. I came together and we've raised sixteen million dollars for unemployed restaurant in two weeks. Aries like what makes you think about doing that and I will make sure thinking I mean. That's like let's go to one hundred million dollars. You might WANNA hundred million. Yeah I would say one hundred one hundred million. You can't jump over the thing. You can't jump over the hurdle of established to her. You don't say that's what my goal is to make it. And that doesn't mean that I failed. It just means if these had a roadmap also joining the whole thing is not been in by any means never been handed to me by any means never bid bill. My first restaurant wife came up pregnant with hunter. Two Dogs Hundai with the two hundred fifty thousand miles on it a pickup truck through college. It's five thousand bucks. We moved from L. A. Where I was Ryan restaurants and keep up accounting where we live now and we open her first restaurant by borrowing Twenty five thousand dollars. 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Food Site Gets Prized Ingredient: $83 Million in Funding
"AH from wondering I'm David Brown and this is business wars daily on this Thursday October tenth there were dollar a month subscription service that will deliver live video cooking lessons from celebrity chefs like Bobby Flay Guy Fieri the food network is modeling the Channel Home they felt it would be a good business opportunity notice that community I products second Well hellers instinct appears to have been and editor endorsed kitchen products ranging from aprons two sets of pots and pans and expensive candles what makes the company different is that its founders Amanda Heller in Mirror Awesome pop up stores success of course isn't guaranteed as recode points out the behemoth food network just announced a new somewhat similar venture seven stubs set out from the start to make food fifty two into a community the two whipped up the idea while cooking and stubbs kitchen heller dual sports recode reports companies in its portfolio don't rely solely on advertising for revenue but sell products or subscriptions the the success of Peleton the high end indoor cycling company it's betting that wealthy consumers will pony up for virtual cooking classes just like they do for spin classes right on because now the site claims millions of followers it's videos are entertaining board travelers on jet blue flights perhaps most importantly the founders salad the website is called food fifty two it offers a combination of superb writing for home cooks ranging from recipes to feature stories about workplace around crowdsource all of their product designs they say they tap into a community of twenty five thousand people for design ideas and feedback still with food and cooking the News Corp. which owns the Wall Street Journal he started turning group last year with the original intent to build a huge Internet conglomerate but that strategy sued fifty two's literary slant in some ways food 52s content is no different from what you can find on any good food blog recipes cooking tips in content coming out of our ears and eyeballs why did it investor sink so many millions into this particular site well. Peter Churn and used to run in your own business at more than one hundred million that's a hefty evaluation for a site started by two former New York Times food writers which by the way explained you know what I'm talking about and so good business news like good news in the wider world comes as a breath of fresh air today were reporting on the sale of a site that you may not assessment in restaurants and online stores selling kitchen and homegoods plus a wildly enthusiastic community that's the backbone of the business last week the evolved quickly and now T. CG take stakes in niche companies with clearly defined audiences like the meditation at Business Head Space and bars a venture capital firm called the Churn Group announced it's buying a majority stake in food fifty two for eighty three million dollars that stake values the ten you money will help Heller and stubs to expand their original line of kitchen and home accessories called five two they also plan to open a brick and mortar retail location as well told INC magazine in two thousand seventeen that they wanted a place online to hang out with other cooks and there wasn't one if they could create such an online while it's not the same model as food fifty two the channel is targeting the same audience as well funded as food fifty two now is it can't match the ever of heard out unless that is you're one of the millions of foodies who live and die by the best way to crush garlic or how best to season your roasted leaking apple strong bonds it's grown with its millions of followers who as Amanda Heller predicted love to hang out in its virtual space and that could be challenged resources of the multi-million dollar food network which has been around for more than three decades food fifty two has grown by some fifty percent a year over the last set if the new money turns out to be all about selling more cutting boards and garlic presses and less about funding mouth-watering recipes and stories about workplace the years according to the online newsletter morning brew now as venture capital boost the homegrown company into rocketship speed it lead to maintain the days when we feel like the business news is filled with failures and bankruptcies to be honest can get a little depressing if you listen to the show yesterday about forever twenty one linked in send a note by carrier pigeon whatever works best for you we sure appreciate. I'm David Brown back with you tomorrow
Celebrity Chef Guy Fieri Cooks For Victims, Response Crew During California Wildfire
"His les Moonves. Have you? Said at once we would have. Let it slide we. Shared a glance then a second time we thought. Were duty bound and by the third point we thought he's strip trying to poke a finger in our chest lewd. Less moon vest you'll do better the rest. Of the day you're. Gonna do great I feel like you know when you put a kid in time out too. Many times and then they're like I'm just. Going to start smoking We believe in you you're gonna do great, you're gonna do great thank you Alan Alda, has revealed he has Parkinson's disease in an, appearance on CBS this morning today the award. Winning actors that he was diagnosed the disease three and a half years ago he said he had been, on television a lot in the last couple of. Weeks talking about, new podcast and you could see his thumb twitching some shots he continued saying I thought it's probably only a matter of, time before somebody does a story about this from a sad point of view but, that's not, where I am is best known for his relatable portrayal of army captain Hawkeye, Pearson CBS's mash which, connected viewers to life. On the front. Lines. Of four His beloved he is just so beloved we were talking about his voice you hear his voice and you feel good and, good for him he has a really good attitude about this still moving on and, being very, productive has a new podcast so we hope all good things for Alan Alda And as one of California's most destructive wildfires raged the northern part of the state guy. Fieri his son hunter packed up their caravan and drove to reading, to feed the displaced victims and. Responding Bruce celebrity, chef the celebrity chef said that he is working arm-in-arm with a, team of twenty volunteers the Salvation Army operation barbecue relief local chefs and resins defeat people from a makeshift kitchen they set up in, a trailer. In the Shasta college parking. Lot which is acting as a. Shelter evacuees theory said we're in tough times and as the world. As the world turns you take a moment like this and you see what America is made.
New Details on Chris Pratt's Budding Relationship with Katherine Schwarzenegger
"He played the Don Quixote, stripper? On Jane the virgin so Yup. Yup and they worked out together at the same gem and he was too afraid aspects she. Was a, big, star right and so. Finally got up enough guts asked her out and they've been crazy for, percents is kind of a really sweet muscle she's darling yes he fled your dad Kim has commented, about the news of Michelle Williams's marriage earlier this summer saying, the ledger family was terribly happy about. The nuptials, Kim added that she Michelle. Is very private and I don't really like to make any comments about her but, we are very happy for her of course Michelle Williams, was with heath Ledger for some time and they have. A daughter, together Matilda so the family Guy Fieri jumped into action yesterday to help evacuees and first responders. Of the car fire in California ferry. Teamed up with Red Cross and operation barbecue relief defeat over fourteen hundred people the car fire very serious has burned through. Ninety five, thousand. Acres of land and has killed six people including two firefighters, so guy fear. We jumped in a. Van decided to help out and finally new couple alerted that is the question many people are. Asking about Robert Pattinson and models Sookie. Waterhouse who. Was previously with Bradley Cooper. They. Responded getting cozy together in London this weekend they went, to see mama Mia here we. Go again and then went and hung out had drinks at the SoHo house you, think this is something real or they're. Just hanging out Might be getting to one.
Teen's arrest prompts new use-of-force investigation for Mesa police
"La ford ain't gotta start and kitchens among drug addicts and convicts turning those experiences into the bestselling memoir kitchen confidential which led to his tv shows most recently parts unknown on cnn which one in four emmys he was also known for his take downs of celebrity chef culture railing against guy fieri and others bourdain leaves behind a teenage daughter he was sixty one jason nathanson abc news hollywood another incident showing mesa arizona police using violence during an arrest the police force has been taking heat for the recent arrest of an unarmed black man this is not the first time the mesa pd has been criticized for their use of force a new body camera video just released shows officers attempting to arrest a fifteen year old suspected armed robbery mommy wanna come out the officers claim he has a gun where's the gun police say that weapon was later found in a backpack nearby abc's marcus more reporting ten months after hurricane harvey devastated the texas gulf coast recovery has been a slow process despite the financial pressures imposed by a historic year of natural disasters the american red cross handed out four hundred dollar checks around houston in the days after harvey's arrival it's not that storm victims didn't appreciate it but there were so many bills right now the agency is offering assistance of up to two thousand dollars to people who suffered residential damage to the whole net you live in or could be your apartment that you're living in at that time the red cross expects about forty thousand families to apply for the new benefits jim ryan abc news dallas as a business owner do.