Guy Fieri Eats at a Meat Market Run By a High Schooler | Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives | Food Network

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Guy Fieri Eats at a Meat Market Run By a High Schooler | Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives | Food Network

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  1. That “18 year old kid” obviously has been eating those sandwiches his whole life. That thing looks AMAZINGLY DELISHHH!!! And that “kid” is LEGIT!! Awesome cook and you can see his passion. Love it!

    1. Why do keep quoting kid as “kid”…you can see and hear in his voice he’s a kid. A young man that can obviously cook up some great stuff

    2. @Jason Goddard more of a young man in my eyes. Obviously you can tell he’s still young. Just implying that he has some great talent and he seems to be mature for his age. I’ve worked with some much older guys than him and this kid is talented beyond his years.

  2. I love a good, authentic, deli sandwich. Tender, quality corned beef with homemade thousand Island??…… To die for. This one looks fantastic.

  3. Kid looks like Kevin’s older brother buzz in home alone lmao but other than that, keep up the great work dude 😎💯❤️🙂

  4. Holy smokes that’s amazing. Proud of the young man but I see it runs in the family. Awesome

  5. Best place to eat!! I love joes meat market! When I first moved to SBB it was the first place I ate and I fell in love with the sandwiches

  6. One of the coolest chefs I’ve seen on the show. Humble and very passionate. Best of luck to you.

  7. All it’s missing is a dill pickle on the side. The food looks amazing

  8. I love this cuz it’s a family business is so awesome Father and Son stuff and Mom and Dad stuff is so awesome about the food sold great amazing and his son if he goes under like culinary school you’ve even crazier stuff yet all the more amazing food he can make too

  9. see that’s a cool thing. parents getting the kids involved inthe family bizz at an early age to to teach him some good life skills. mad props to the mom and dad for showing the kid what he needs to be successful and productive and responsible ^^b

  10. Excellent… I’m from NJ & the sloppy joe was invented there, tons of people still don’t know about this triple decker It’s crazy delicious. Glad this spot is making them – great video

  11. I love this young man, I wish him nothing but the best!! Will definitely visit his restaurant if I’m ever in the area!

  12. Guy’s trademark: Starts a food review sentence, takes a bite of food, chews it, and then finishes the sentence.
    One of the things Guy or Food Network should do is pay the tuition for this kid to go to a good culinary school.

  13. Someone give this kid a scholarship to culinary school! He’s too good to be working in a deli!

  14. I used to order from them when I lived nearby and their food is delicious! Especially the breakfast sandwiches.

  15. Head down ears up ……. This kid has everything he needs to continue with success

  16. 18 years old, senior in high school and making something like that? Wow, that is truly amazing! He’s got a bright future ahead of him, and I sincerely wish this young man nothing but the best! And hopefully if I’m out this way, I’ll try this place

  17. That’s teaching your kid some good work ethic. Having the drive to wanna take over the business at 18.

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