Follow Guy's lead in creating sky-high, juicy burgers and sliders. It's all about building flavors with lots of seasonings, special sauce blends and finishing with outrageous toppings.
Join Guy Fieri on a flavor-packed trip down memory lane with dishes inspired by his trip to Spain, including Pork and Chicken Paella Verde and Piquillo Peppers Stuffed with Chorizo and Manchego. Plus, Guy shares recipe tips and tricks from local pros that will have you cheering "Ole!"
Forget finger sandwiches, Guy Fieri knows that the way to impress at a summer party is meatball sliders -- and lots of them! Watch as he makes three variations on this party favorite. Recipes include Italian Meatball Sliders With Red Sauce, Asian Chicken Meatballs With Pickled Carrot and Daikon and Greek Lamb Meatball Sliders With Tzatziki.
Guy goes big with pork chops, taking the bone-in Tomahawk Chops and pan-frying them to crispy, then serving them with a heaping spoonful of tangy, chunky Tomatillo and Green Tomato Chow Chow for a NorCal-meets-South flavor explosion. On the side, cheesy Sweet Potato and Onion Gratin and a Blackberry Fizz cocktail to wash it all down.
Knowing the key to good health is moderation, Guy Fieri serves up a balanced Italian meal, complete with fruit, vegetables and yes, pasta! Check out his take on Linguine Cacio e Pepe With Crispy Pancetta, served with a light, bright Grilled Asparagus and Fennel Salad. For dessert, rich and creamy meet light and fresh in Guy's Caramelized Orange Parfait.
Guy Fieri is getting snappy with an Asian-inspired dinner, featuring a show-stopping Whole Fried Snapper with Ginger Tamarind sauce, served on a mound of Coconut-Cilantro Rice. This is one episode you definitely want to catch!
Guy Fieri is in the kitchen with football pro Marcel Reece, cooking up an all-star meal for big appetites with little time to spare. We're talking Mojo Mahi Mahi, marinated in fresh citrus and herbs, grilled, and served over a Toasted Quinoa Pilaf with Tomato Mango Cucumber Relish. A Grilled Red Cabbage Salad with White Miso Dressing is served on the side.
Guy is cooking up an homage to the classic steakhouse dinner with Grilled Oysters Rockefeller with Spinach Bacon Fondue, Baked Crab Cakes with Old Bay Remoulade and, of course, the main attraction, Fire Grilled New York Strip Steak with Five-Peppercorn Sauce. We hope you brought your appetite!
Guy Fieri can't forget the roasted pork shoulder from his trip to Puerto Rico, so he recreates it with his Pernil in Adobo. He serves the pork with Pigeon Peas and Rice and crispy Plantain Chips with Sweet Chili Dipping Sauce.
It's boys night at the Fieri house as Guy cooks with his sons, nephew and dad. The menu features old favorites with new flavors, like golden Potato Cakes infused with Middle Eastern spices. Up next, baked Pita Wedges, seasoned with herbs, sesame seeds and sumac. To go with those, Cucumber Mint Raita, a cool and refreshing yogurt dip made with sliced cucumber, chopped mint and a hit of lemon. Equally awesome is Guy's Roasted Garlic and Caramelized Onion Jam, sweet and savory, it's a great complement to Spicy Chorizo Meatballs, made from scratch with Guy's own spice blend.
Guy Fieri is mixing things up -- he's got an Italian pizza chef, Luigi Agostini, helping him cook up some Mexican-inspired food in Northern California! On the menu: Mexican Chile Pork Chops, served on a Grilled Green Chile Sauce and topped with Pico de Gallo. For a side, Guy puts a Mexican spin on slaw with his Chayote Slaw with Cumin and Lime.
Guy's recruited his Triple D buddy Jay Hajj to teach him a few new burger tricks. Guy and Jay cook up incredible Lamb Kofta Burgers, filled with garlic, parsley and spices, along with a light Veggie Slaw and easy Herbed Flatbread cooked on the back of a pan!
Guy Fieri has a special guest in his kitchen, chef Duskie Estes, and the two are cookin' up a Chicago-Sonoma fusion meal. For the main course, they make grilled Chicago Beef Kebabs served with homemade giardiniera and gremolata. To go with it, there's Fried Provolone with Italian Salsa, and to wash it all down, Duskie makes a special cocktail.
Guy Fieri makes popular Indian dishes at home with his quick and easy recipes. His take on Chicken Tikka Masala features extra-juicy chicken in a creamy tomato sauce, perfect served with a scoop of Lemon Ginger Basmati Rice. Roasted Cauliflower and Chickpeas is a new favorite at the Fieri house.
Guy Fieri is out to prove that budget meals don't need to be bland with a wallet-friendly but flavor-packed meal worthy of company. Chicken Thigh and Fennel Sausage Cacciatore, served with Barley and Mushroom Risotto, is sure to satisfy the hungriest eaters. For dessert, Struffoli With Orange Honey and Pine Nuts are easy, impressive and economical.
Give your next tailgate a fresh spin with Guy Fieri's Turkey Pic-a-nic Sandwiches, featuring juicy roasted turkey, a sweet-savory cranberry onion jam and two kinds of cheese on pretzel buns. That's a pic-a-nic sandwich! And to go with that, homemade Barbecue Potato Chips, nice and crispy with all the flavor you love. Oh yeah, you're gonna wanna pack extras!
Guy Fieri invites his pal, sandwich guru Jimmy John, over to hang out and share cooking tips Jimmy's picked up over years in the restaurant industry. Recipes include Jimmy's Fried Fish Sandwich and Jimmy's Grandma's Tomato Sauce With Bucatini -- both are proof that with good ingredients and the right technique, you can take everyday dishes from good to great. To drink, Guy keeps the pair hydrated with a Southern Peach Mint Julep.
Guy Fieri loves a good steak: and today, he cooks up one of his all-time favorite cuts, one that's often overlooked: the skirt steak. Guy's making Grilled Skirt Steak With Peri Peri Sauce, serving it with a veggie-packed Wild Rice Salad, dressed in a champagne vinaigrette and fresh Lemonade to drink.
Guy Fieri loves Halloween, the ultimate excuse to think up playful tricks and delicious treats. For the main course: Bone-In Veal Piccata Chops With Parmesan and Parsley that are pounded and pan-seared to perfection. To go with that, Wild Mushroom and Sundried Tomato Farrotto, risotto's more rugged, slightly nutty brother. Last but not least, Sweet Blueberry and Mascarpone Toasties -- golden and crispy on the outside, warm and molten on the inside -- they're super easy and both the parents and kids will dig 'em.
Halloween is all about taking risks, right? Guy Fieri brings the fun to his kitchen by making Fried Chicken with Dill Salt and serving it with a Roasted Brussels Sprouts and Smoked Sweet Potato Salad, two risks that pay off in spades. Then, you can't have Halloween without sweets, so Guy's got a Bourbon Maple Pecan Sundae that's all treat and no trick!