By all accounts, Guy's show had rave reviews. Here's what ticket holders had to say about Guy's demonstration:
"Guy Fieri was so much fun! He rocked the house and cooked 2 great dishes."
"Guy Fieri's theater show is part Gallagher, part American Idol and very funny"
Andrew Powaleny, who was a volunteer at the event, had this to say, "While we only saw a little bit of Guy Fieri he seemed really well versed in how to entertain a crowd. He actually did cook on stage and was fielding questions and hugs the entire time."
Guy made Pork El Fuego. Click here for the recipe.
Guy's demonstration was late morning, and in the early afternoon he had time for a meet & greet and book signing.
A long-time fan had this to say about her experience, meeting Guy Fieri.
I have been a fan of Guy Fieri ever since his days on the next food network star season 1. We have been rooting for him then and we are STILL rooting for him now with his great success.
Not only was his show "off the hook", but his meet and greet was the topping to it all! He is very humble, great personality and the most hilarious guy ever (and you can see that personality shine in his shows). I hope he will be back next year! =)
If you had your picture taken with Guy Fieri and were told to go to GuyFieri.com, try going to GuyFieri.com/GuySightings.
The Metro Cooking Show's next two events will be in West Palm Beach, Florida - March 27-28, 2010 and Atlanta, Georgia - May 1-2, 2010. See www.metrocooking.com for more information.
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For a few more TwitPics from the event, click here, here or here.
A taste of the upcoming TASTE! event in Myrtle Beach
Guy Fieri to appear at the Metropolitan Cooking Show, Washington D.C.
Photos and video from the golf tourney at Tahoe