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In case you've been living under, like, a grill or smoker or something and don't automatically recognize those signature spiky, golden locks, this here is self-professed "kulinary gangsta" (there's a tattoo) and celebrity chef Guy Fieri - host of Food Network’s wildly popular series “Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives” and NBC’s prime-time game show “Minute to Win It.”
So - how does one exactly win over the stomach of his Honorable Dude-liness? Read on, brah.
The Top Five Things I Look for in a Good Diner, Drive-In or Dive: Guy Fieri
Chef, television host and professional word-maker-upper Guy Fieri sees "Minute to Win It" - returns for three holiday-themed episodes on NBC starting December 7 - as a victory for the common man, saying "It's a life-changing show where you don't have to be a Rhodes scholar or muscle man to play."
Guy Fieri: man of the people. If the people reeeeaaaaallllly like hair gel and kreative, kopious use of the letter "K." ("Kulinary Kweens" - really?)
James Dinan serves up the full story at the Marquee Blog