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Hunter Fieri talks about being the boy’s son and what it’s like to be the prince of Flavortown

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What is your favorite experience of being on food TV shows with Guy Fieri?

Oh my God. That is a difficult question. I mean, one, all of his shows where he uses a lot of the same crew, a lot of the same cameramen, all the same production company, right? … So we all used to hang out together and it was like we just hung out with our friends to shoot the show, so it was fun. Three Dice [“Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives”] was a wonderful time. We ate great food, went to see some really neat places, but I really think one of my favorite shows to shoot with him would be”Guy’s Grocery Game, ” [doing] delivery during the pandemic. Because it’s a contest, but it’s also just to mess with your friends and hang out and have a good time cooking amazing food. I mean really, there’s non-stop laughter in that show. We laugh, we play around, we joke, but there’s also a rivalry, so it’s best both worlds in there, I guess.

What’s the most unusual concoction you recall someone made in “Boys Grocery Game?”

I think the last time we were in the studio and we [did] that program, I think there is two candy ingredients and they were — I think it was worms and cotton candy. Someone made a sweet and sour sauce out of that and dipped it on the chicken and it was delicious, but bugs and cotton candy shouldn’t be for dinner, but it works. Well, it was pretty good. There are some crazy monsters that he throws [in] that’s it [are] pretty brutal, but it’s awesome.

What is the most important thing you learned about food from your dad?

I mean, there were so many important things that I learned and he continues to teach me every day. One is to really appreciate food and understand where your food comes from, especially learning different types of meat, or farm to fork is an important thing… We did. one Big trip to Europe when I graduated from high school in 2015 and we hung out there and the common goal was to go from farm to fork and find out where the food comes from, and … different cultures like how [were] grow up and go to where they are now. I have to milk the goat. I have to make Parmesan cheese, all of these. So a lot of it was really him teaching me about the truth, where food comes from, why it matters, and how it started, and the taste and culture behind it. I think that’s probably one of the most important things I’ve learned. There is still so much to learn!

Yes report that you are a better baker than your dad. Is that true?

Did you say a better baker? In the Fieri family, we’re not exactly bakers! I can bake some cookies, and so can my dad. However, I don’t know if I’m better than him. I think we never bake. I think the last time I baked with him we probably made a cake. That is not our forte. Cookies are about levels, cookies or maybe like some pumpkin bread or something like that. Otherwise, the grill is not really around.

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