Fasten up, Washington; you are going to be delivered to Flavortown.
Complete with his branded bleached hair with spikes and sunglasses that are always present, Guy Fieri will return to our TVs this Friday night, June 3, for the premiere of his new show of four series, Guy’s All-American Journey.
Starting in Northern California, Fieri and his family travel north up the Pacific coast to get episodes at Gold Beach in Oregon and Florence. They then continue the coast to Washington State to film episodes in Leavenworth and the Cascade Mountains.
“The guy takes the audience on the highest summer adventures Guy’s All-American Journeygiving them a close and personal look at his incredible family vacation, ”said Jane Latman, president of Discovery, Inc., in a press release. “And with Guy behind the wheel, viewers know they have a wild and fun ride ahead of them, filled with indifferent side dishes at camp and a few insane competitions.”
The show shows that Fieri not only enjoys vacationing with his family, but also with five other families. Throughout the journey the families will compete with each other in various contests to determine the winner by the end of the series.
The first episode will air at 6pm Pacific time on Friday, June 3rd Food chain. The first episode is to see families on an organic farm in Crescent City, California, before traveling to Gold Beach.
Fieri’s travels eventually led to a staging in Livenworth to test what the show calls “a Bavarian village for some traditional treats at a bakery known for its gingerbread,” in an announcement of the upcoming production.
“I am excited to embark on an open journey with my friends and family on an unforgettable trip where we will experience all the aromas, people and places that make the West Coast so special,” Fieri said in a press release. “And of course I’m creating a little competition to keep them all on their feet!”
The Gingerbread Factory has once performed on the Fieri show, Snack bars, check-in and divesin which he called the bakery “A small bakery with a big heart.” The famous chef also filmed the episode Snack bars, check-in and dives at Leavenworth 59er Diner.
In the episode at the gingerbread factory, Fieri will bring the families participating in the show to compete to decorate the best gingerbread house, the press release said. They will then head to the Cascade Mountains to zipline and spend the night camping in the mountains.
The show will end on a “high note” when the family to visit the cannabis farm of actor Jim Belusha in southern Oregon. Fieri appeared in an episode of the Belusha Discovery Channel show Growing asparagus in January according to The Oregonianwhere he tasted hemp ice cream.