Like eating tacos for a living? Favor Delivery has a job for you
(Photo by Ethan Miller/Getty Images for Vegas Uncork'd by Bon Appetit /Getty Images for Vegas Uncork'd )If you consider yourself a taco connoisseur, then Favor Delivery has a pretty good summer job for you. >> Read more trending newsThe Texas-based delivery service is looking to hire a “Chief Taco Officer” for the summer. The company says it wants someone to travel across the state and taste-test tacos as they chronicle their daily experiences, and they will pay $10,000 to the lucky chief taco officer. According to the company, the winner will get free food, free accommodations and transportation in each Texas city to which he or she travels. “Tacos are one of the top favored foods across all of the cities we serve throughout Texas,” Favor CEO Jag Bath said in a press release.wftv.com
Guy Fieri’s Chicken Guy! restaurant to open in Winter Park next week
Guy Fieri’s Chicken Guy! restaurant to open in Winter Park next weekWINTER PARK, Fla. — Celebrity chef Guy Fieri is set to open a chicken restaurant in Winter Park next week. READ: Army father spends first Thanksgiving with family in two yearsAccording to its website, “Chicken Guy! READ: 9 things to do this weekend: FusionFest, EPCOT International Festival of the Holidays & moreIn addition to chicken tenders, Chicken Guy! offers variations of Chicken Guy Fries, Mac Daddy Mac ‘N’ Cheese, American Slaw and Flavortown Shakes.wftv.com
Guy Fieri, volunteers serve thousands of meals to crews fighting California’s Dixie Fire
Guy Fieri, volunteers serve thousands of meals to crews fighting California's Dixie Fire In this image released on June 12, Guy Fieri speaks at Guy Fieri's Restaurant Reboot at The Culinary Institute of America in St. Helena, California. “Celebrity chef Guy Fieri is no stranger to cooking for crowds during a wildfire,” Murrieta Fire & Rescue wrote in a Facebook post Tuesday. #thankyouguyfieri #DixieFire.”Celebrity chef Guy Fieri is no stranger to cooking for crowds during a wildfire. “A big thank you to Guy Fieri and his foundation for coming up to support our community,” the department wrote Tuesday. A big thank you to Guy Fieri and his foundation for coming up to support our community.wftv.com
Guy Fieri helps raise $25 million for restaurant workers in need
Food Network host Guy Fieri has been a restaurant industry icon for decades, so when the pandemic crippled the entire sector, he decided to use his platform to serve members of the community still struggling to make ends meet. Caitlin O'Kane has more with The Uplift.cbsnews.com
Guy Fieri helped raise $25 million for restaurant workers in need
When millions of people were out of work during the pandemic, Food Network host Guy Fieri wanted to support his community. So, he joined the Restaurant Employee Relief Fund, and helped raise $25 million for restaurant workers in need.cbsnews.com
We all live in Flavortown now, as Guy Fieri brings new delivery service to Orlando
click to enlarge Photo courtesy FlavortownFood network personality, restauranteur and low-key swell fellow Guy Fieri is bringing Flavortown straight to every doorstep in Orlando, with his new delivery service arriving in the City Beautiful. Guy Fieri’s Flavortown Kitchen , a collab between Fieri and Robert Earl, is a delivery-only concept that connects you and your taste buds with Fieri's extravagant concoctions in the comfort of your own home, posthaste.The menu includes Fieri originals like Cheesesteak Egg Rolls, the Chicken Guy! Classic, Italian Stallion Salad and Mac Daddy Mac N Cheese.Orders can be placed through a free, dedicated app available through the Apple Store or Google Play, through the kitchen's website , or through the usual suspects like Grubhub, DoorDash, Postmates and UberEats.“Capital T tasty," as the chef himself once said.orlandoweekly.com
Check out these Super Bowl menu ideas
From burgers, hot dogs, tacos, BBQ and wings, to salsas and cocktails, here are some tempting recipes from top chefs, cookbook authors and restaurateurs to go with watching the Big Game! You can watch Super Bowl LV live on CBS and CBS All Access, CBSSports.com, or via the CBS Sports app Sunday, February 7 beginning at 6 p.m. Clarkson PotterFrom chef David Burke:From chef Bobby Flay:A chef Bobby Flay hot dog. CBS NewsFrom restaurateur Tim Love:From pit-master Kenny Callaghan:From cookbook author Katie Lee:From celebrity event planner Colin Cowie:From chef Mikey Price:From cookbook author Robin Miller:From restaurateur Ira Freehof:From chef Vivek Surti:Bourbon Fruit Tea Punch. Bon Appetit/Photographer: Marcus NilssonFrom food writer Betty Cortina:From journalist Rene Syler:From cookbook author Chris Kimball:From reality TV star Bethenny Frankel:cbsnews.com
Discovery's reality-heavy streaming service launches in Jan.
Discovery is joining the increasingly crowded streaming fray with its own reality-focused service Discovery Plus that will include shows from the Food Network, HGTV, TLC and its other networks. By comparison, the ad-free Disney Plus costs $7 a month and Netflix' most popular plan costs $14 a month. Discovery CEO David Zaslav first announced the streaming service in late 2019, but did not provide details until now. Discovery Plus joins a slew of new streaming services started to challenge traditional TV providers and dominant streaming services like Hulu and Netflix over the past year, including Disney Plus, Apple TV Plus, HBO Max and Comcast’s Peacock service. The service will role out in 25 countries in 2021 including Italy, Spain, U.K. and Ireland as well as India.
Trask, Pitts help No. 3 Florida top South Carolina 38-24
3 Florida to a 38-24 victory over South Carolina on Saturday. The next performance comes at Kyle Field, where Texas A&M will try to become the first Southeastern Conference opponent to slow down Trask and Pitts in 2020. Kevin Harris was one of the few bright spots for South Carolina, which flubbed a chance to make it a one-score game in the final minute. DROPPED PASSESA big reason South Carolina couldn’t keep up in the first half was dropped passes. Florida takes its “Kyle to Kyle Show” to Kyle Field to play Texas A&M next Saturday.
Big tippers: Alaska man joins push to aid restaurant workers
The fund topped $6,000 and he's been able to give out $500 tips. It was all starting to come together, Backus recalled about Little fanning out the $100 bills to give to her. Little started by giving $500 tips to five separate waiters or waitresses across the city. Celebrity chef Guy Fieri partnered with the non-profit National Restaurant Association Educational Foundation to start the Restaurant Employee Relief Fund. The fund provided $500 cash grants to more than 43,000 workers during the pandemic, Sink said.
Guy Fieri talks food, fame and philanthropy
Guy Fieri talks food, fame and philanthropy Since 2006, Guy Fieri, host of Food Network's "Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives," has taken his cherry-red Camaro to joints across America … and since the coronavirus pandemic landed a hard blow to the restaurant industry, he has helped raise millions in relief for restaurant workers left jobless. Correspondent Mo Rocca talks with the chef, restaurateur and bestselling cookbook author.cbsnews.com
Sette in Ivanhoe Village has been eighty-sixed, but Va and Trina return to Food Network with Guy Fieri this week
Twenty days later, a deal was pending, but the building went back on the market yesterday.Gregory-Propst couldn't really comment on circumstances surrounding the matter. However, she was able to confirm that Sette wouldn't be reopening in the space. "Sette still exists," said Gregory-Propst, "just without a home for now. The pair will appear onwith Guy Fieri next Friday at 9 p.m. on the Food Network. Guy via video chat to walk him through making it.I'm sure it'll be a funka-dee-boom-diggity-doosh-tastic episode.orlandoweekly.com