(CNN) — Guy Fieri, a champion of food heavy on the fun and light on nutrition, has rather a singular place in the food world.
Fieri’s offerings are instead boisterous, irreverent and always exuberant, perfectly embodied by his “Trash Can Nachos” and by Fieri himself as the host of “Diner’s, Drive-ins and Dives” (aka Triple D) on The Food Network.
As we hunker down for a long, hard winter, Goldbelly is shipping Fieri’s “Trash Can Nachos” anywhere in the US. The kits, which serve up to six people, cost between $69 and $79, inclusive of shipping.
Each package includes tortilla chips and cheddar cheese, Guy’s Super Melty Cheese Sauce, Guy’s Bourbon Brown Sugar BBQ Sauce, black beans, pico de gallo, jalapenos, sour cream, cilantro and pickled red onions.
You can also choose either smoked BBQ brisket or pulled pork. Assembly is required — and an important part of the experience.
On the partnership with Fieri, Goldbelly CEO Joe Ariel told CNN, “We’re very excited. It’s been a long time in the making.”
Ariel’s friendship with Fieri, forged three years ago during the South Beach Wine and Food Festival in Miami, was integral in pulling this off. “We’re food explorers — that’s what we call our team members,” Ariel says. “And Guy is one of the great food explorers of our time.”
He also produced a documentary that airs on the Food Network on December 27. “Restaurant Hustle 2020: All on the Line” follows four chefs reinventing their restaurants on the fly once the pandemic hit.