Guy Fieri Doesn’t Need to Cook on His Shows Anymore to Prove He’s a Master

Guy Fieri smiling with his arms crossed in front of a window overlooking Times Square

It might sound odd to think a show on The Food Network would become so popular when the host no longer does any cooking. That might sound like a complete sell-out when what took them there was their initial gastronomical prowess.

Case in point is Guy Fieri who basically rules as the true king of shows on TFN. What makes him unique is it seems rare when he does any cooking himself on his shows as he did in his earlier days.

Is this something unusual for the network, or is it just a natural gravitation to being a host than showing off his chef skills? Some fans say he has nothing more to prove.

Guy Fieri | D Dipasupil/Getty Images for ExtraGuy Fieri proves his chef skills on ‘Guy’s Big Bite’

Anyone who remembers Fieri’s long-running Guy’s Big Bite will remember it as a true showcase for his food-making skills. Running from 2006-2016, it was a reminder of how he got to where he is today.

He landed this gig thanks to winning the second season of Next Food Network Star where he first demonstrated his diverse cooking talents. As his first major show, Guy’s Big Bite featured some of his best recipes using salmon and sangria shrimp as just two common examples. Of course, his barbecue sauces and salsas are also a strong part of his brand.

In each episode, he made each step in his recipes easy to follow. By the end of the show’s run, he also took the show to his own backyard to give it a more personal feel. Over the last four years, though, Fieri was asked to host a few other things. One of those essentially turned him into a game show host with little to no input on making food.

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By 2016, Fieri was at the top of the star roster at The Food Network. It was just a little before this time when he landed more programs on the network, with one of the longest-running being Diners, Drive-Ins, and Dives. This show is still going after 13 years, giving Fieri an opportunity to act as host and observer of other people’s restaurants.

Fans on Reddit said this is one of their favorite shows of Fieri’s, and no end is in sight. Said

Source:: Showbiz Cheat Sheet

      

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