Guy Off The Hook is a food show aired on Food Network. The show hosted by Guy Fieri debuted on the television channel in 2008. The host involves the audience while engaged in cooking. It is is quite similar in format to Paula’s Party and Emeril Live as well.
The type of food showcased on the series is typically Californian in nature and closely resembles the dishes that the host favors in his other show, Guy’s Big Bite.
It was telecast on Sunday afternoons originally. The show ended after completing six episodes and is currently enjoying a rerun on Food Network.
Guy Off The Hook Format
The show lasting one season had the famous Chef Guy Fieri demonstrating how to prepare food in the Californian style. Taped before a huge studio audience, the host often engaged the viewers in discussions during the course of the show. The show was filmed at a studio located above the Chelsea Market of NYC. The audience was permitted to sit close to the host and could get a first hand look at the culinary skills of Fieri.
Noteworthy Episodes: Guy Off The Hook Show
Some of the most noteworthy episodes have been:-
- Mucho Mexicano- Guy prepares the unique dish of chili lime corn in front of a live audience.
- Seoul Food- East meets West when Guy decides to make s’mores in the form of egg rolls.
- Guystro Pub- Popular pub foods were recreated by Guy in the studio.
Guy Off The Hook: Trivia
The recipes for Guy Fieri’s high energy food were enjoyed by the live audience but failed to garner good ratings on TV.