"Her friend had been let go from the restaurant, and they weren't supposed to be there. I was talking to her friend and saying 'Hey, listen, wait a few weeks before you come in,' and standing behind her is this blue-eyed, blonde girl giving me this mean mug."
The Guy's Grocery Games' host didn't propose his love the way normal people do instead, he cooked something for her.
"That was a long time ago. I don't remember what I made, but I do remember it was quite an epic time. The first time I cooked for her, she was just like, 'You made all this?' We both love food, so being able to cook, that was one of the things that impressed her."
Guy and Lori dated for some years and finally married in 1995. After one year of their happy marriage, the couple welcomed their first child, Hunter Fieri with their second son, Ryder Fieri in 2005.
Fieri's sons wrote an official letter to his father's fans in November 2015. The later was entitled "The Food Network is Killing Our Father". They mentioned how much their father's suffering while working on Food Network's Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives.
In 1996, Fieri and his partner Steve Gruber opened Johnny Garlic's a 'California Pasta Grill'. In 2011, he worked with Carnival Cruise lines to create Guy's Burger Joint selling Fieri's burgers fleet-wide.
His own cooking show 'Guy's Big Bite' premiered on 25 June 2006. His second series, Diners, Drive-Ins, and Dives premiered in April 2007. The New York Times marked the series "not a cooking show as much as carefully engineered reality show".
Apart from it, he also appeared on other Food Network programs like Dinner: Impossible, The Best Thing I Ever Ate, and Ace of Cakes.
He has published a cookbook named 'Guy Fieri Family Food'. You can enjoy the following video of the star demonstrating the recipes of his cookbook with Access Hollywood Live's Natalie Morales and Kit Hoover:
He was one of the two team captains with Rachael Ray in the Food Network reality series Rachael vs. Guy: Celebrity Cook-Off.
Besides, he also performed in some movies and TV series including The Interview, Phineas & Ferb, and I Am Evel Knievel.
In 2017, he managed to work in Guy's Family Road Trip, Super Southern Eats, and On Your Marc.
Guy Fieri: Quick Facts
Source: Food Network
Born Guy Ramsey Ferry on 22 January 1968 in Columbus, Ohio to the family of Lewis James Ferry and Penelope Anne (Price).
His birth sign is Aquarius.
He stands at a height of 5.83 feet ( 1.78m).
He is American Nationality; belongs to mixed (Italian. Scots-Irish, and English) ethnicity.
He's raised in Ferndale in rural Humboldt County, California.
He was a foreign exchange student in his high school days.
During his schooling, he gained an interest in food and cooking.
He completed his graduation with a Bachelor of Science in Hotel Management from the University of Nevada in 1990.
He co-owns three restaurants in California.
He was made the 'face of the network' in 2010.
He is the winner of the second season of The Next Food Network Star in April 2006.
He is a huge vegetable lover and eats around six different types of vegetables for dinner. Fieri loves cilantro.
He doesn't like eggs and started eating sushi since he was eight.
He has an estimated net worth of about $8.5 million.
He has around 3.27 million followers on Twitter as of November 2018.