Sunday, August 28, 2011

Guy Fieri Marinated Meat, available to order from Coscto

Guy Fieri fans across the country have been trying various pre-marinated meat products by Guy Fieri, available at select Coscto stores. These products are now available to order online at

Guy Fieri Marinated Meat Variety Pack
Approximate Total Net Weight: 14 lbs.
The estimated delivery time will be approximately
3 - 5 business days from the time of order.

Chef, Culinary Rock Star, New York Times Best Selling cookbook author, Food Network star (Diners Drive Ins & Dives, Guys Big Bite) and restaurateur (Johnny Garlics, Tex Wasabis), Guy Fieri, brings you his new line of ready-to-cook meats, Guy Fieris Flavortown Foods, so that you can cook like a chef for yourself, your family and friends. Big, bold, 'off-tha-hook' flavors on only the most choice cuts of beef, chicken and pork make cookin up a real deal meal as easy as it gets, any time, any place.

Your Guy Fieri Meat Variety Pack includes:
1 piece Smoke Pit Santa Maria Beef Sirloin Tri Tip (approx 3 lbs)
1 piece Rosemary, Herb Pepper Crusted Beef Sirloin Tri Tip (approx 3 lbs)
1 piece Bloody Mary Flank Steak (approx 2 lbs)
1 pack Ginger Soy Bone In Beef Short Ribs (approx 2 lbs)
1 pack Red Rocker Margarita Chicken Breast (approx 2 lbs)
1 pack Caribbean Pork Chops (approx 2 lbs)

Or try making these classic Guy Fieri marinades on your own! Bloody Mary Flank Steak, Red Rocker Margarita Chicken.

At the time of this writing, individual meats and flavors are not available to order. We'll update this post as more information comes in.

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Anonymous said...

Apparently David page is taking offers on the camaro used in the show.

Dora said...

Anon, yes! We confirmed that with David Page this morning, DDD '67 Camaro for sale

Anonymous said...

I bought the chicken, and the pork at Target. The chicken was ok, but the chops were NOT pork chops.(as pictured on the packaging). They were very thin sliced pieces of pork you could read a newspaper thru. I got maybe 3 chops that were 1/4" thick, the meat is far from grilling material. Guy, I suggest you have some quality control on your chops. I guess I will use them as a stir fry...grrrr. Wasn't pleased at all.

JettyMN said...

I just bought and cooked the Rosemary, Herb Pepper Crusted Beef Sirloin Tri Tip over the weekend and it was fantastic!