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Want a taste of the TV world of Guy Fieri? Then just surf around this page for a sampler plate of fun. You'll find some of the best nuggets and even some behind the scenes snapshots.

Season 14

Passin’ the Baton

Season 22

– Cruisin’ the Italian Countryside

This trip, Guy’s taking a tasty tour through Tuscany, Italy. In Montecatini Alto, the hillside seafood spot serving up a squid ink specialty and a Mediterranean prawn-artichoke mashup. To the west in Collodi, Guy swings through the “birthplace of Pinocchio” to reunite with an old buddy dishing out legit spaghetti and outrageous lamb. Then, Guy’s

Season 1

Host Guy Fieri does his best to help contestants Mark Staniec, Elia Cantu, Blake DuPlant and Arvaunti Victoria pull off the performances that could put a million dollars in their pockets.


Kid Rock’s Detroit Tour

Guy Fieri gets taken on a food tour of Detroit by Kid Rock: at a renovated church in Clarkston, MI, Guy tries Kid Rock’s favorite mac ‘n cheese; Guy and Kid Rock check out another neighborhood favorite in Clarkston, MI, where bacon and hot links are made from scratch for one killer sandwich; and at

Season 16

Authentic Eats

Season 18

– Best Turkey Ever!

You’ve seen roasted turkey, fried turkey and grilled turkey — now it’s time for the best turkey! Guy Fieri is sharing his new recipe for the most tender, flavorful turkey you’ve ever tasted, with help from his chef friends G. Garvin, Beau MacMillan and Aaron May, as well as his son Ryder! Plus, dynamite sides of

Season 7

Name That Cook

Guy Fieri visits three local namesake favorites: Rick’s in Meridan, ID, for gnarly pork chops with polenta; Nic’s in Oklahoma City, OK, where their onion burgers are legendary local favorites; and Pam’s in Seattle, WA, where classic Trinidad food keeps the locals pouring in.

Season 10

Sandwiches Plus

Guy Fieri hits up some awesome sandwich joints: a scratch made meatloaf sandwich topped with cranberry compote in Minneapolis, MN; an outrageous Reuben with homemade sauerkraut at a pub in Spokane, WA; and a hot dog joint in Wildwood, NJ, where they’re doing dogs 29 different ways.

Season 5

Big Props for Chops

Guy loves surprising people, especially at the holidays. This year, follow his lead and switch out your ham or turkey for Guy’s shockingly tasty Pork Rib Eye, bacon-blessed Brussels Sprouts, and, of course, a festive drink.

Season 7

– All-Stars Team Up with Pro Athletes

Four professional athletes pair up with celebrity chefs including Rich Aurilia withRobert Irvine, Marcel Reece with Brian Malarkey, Jennifer Lacy with Marc Murphy, and Takeo Spikes with Lorena Garcia for one of the biggest All-Star lineups Guy’s Grocery Games has ever seen! These dynamic duos are challenged to make a winner’s dinner using only seven items after going through the express lane. Next, a toss of the dice

Season 22

– FoodTruckAPalooza

Ever notice how some of the best food can be found on four wheels? In this one-hour special, Guy’s pulling up to some of the tastiest food trucks on DDD. From burgers in Key West, Fla., to chilaquiles in California, tacos in Hawaii to fresh catches in Canada, these mobile kitchens are running the gamut

Season 11

Soup and Sandwiches

Guy Fieri hits up a few joints for outrageous comfort food: a neighborhood joint in Sacramento, CA, where dad is dishin’ out a bacon blue cheeseburger; a 50-year-old diner in Indianapolis, IN, where Italian meatball subs are made from scratch; and in Pineville, PA, a local tavern is serving up turtle soup out of an

Season 1

Holly, Jolly Meals

Season 11

From Mozz to Matzo Balls

Guy Fieri hits up some longtime favorites: a 1920s candy and ice cream joint in Williston Park, NY, that’s dishing up classic mozzarella sticks and rigatoni; a lamb burger with an African twist at a historic downtown café in Sonoma, CA; and traditional Jewish grub at a 2nd-generation deli in Denver, CO.

Season 7

Blast From the Past

Guy Fieri hits up some old school joints: a rockin’ 1940s diner in Los Angeles, CA; and an awesome steak house in Oklahoma City, OK, where the same great dishes have been served for over 80 years.

Season 6

Be Prouda Your Chowda

Guy’s in his kitchen with Jay of from Diners Driveins and dives for Clam Chowder, Guy’s Spicy Oyster Crackers and an arugula salad topped with garlic-marinated prosciutto-wrapped shrimp.

Season 8

Stacked, Stuffed and Loaded

Guy Fieri hits the road for some serious fast food: Guy checks out a joint in Naraganset, RI, that dishes up over 20 different burgers; a BBQ joint in Eagle Rock, CA, where they’re slow-smoking barbecued pork; and a taqueria in Rosenberg, TX, where they’re dishin’ up authentic Mexican cuisine and their signature desert, the

Season 12

Latin Street Food

Guy Fieri rolls out for some killer Latin grub: a mother/son duo serving up Costa Rican classics in Chicago, IL; a modern take on Mexican empanadas in San Antonio, TX; and homemade Mexican masa tortillas in Corona, NY.

Season 21

– Meat In The Middle

This trip, Guy’s grabbing dishes stacked and stuffed with off-the-hook goodness. In Baltimore, the cozy pasta bar rolling out righteous ravioli and topping things off with killer clams. In Eugene, Ore., the sandwich food truck creating a meaty, cheesy masterpiece and a double dose of pork. And in Cable, Wis., the small town favorite charging

Season 23

– Bite of Britain

This trip, Guy Fieri lives it up in London, digging into a real-deal regional feast. First, a couple of British buddies smoke up true blue American barbecue. Then, a hip hangout gives classic fish-n-chips a modern makeover. Then, Guy finds a taste of legit English fare at a locals’ favorite, serving standout shepherd’s pie, braised ox cheek,

Season 5

Pork Squared

One dish, twice the pork! Sounds crazy but when you love the other white meat like Guy does, it’s only logical! Go ahead and try it for yourself, we double-pork dare ya!