Celebrity Chef Guy Fieri Makes Headlines for Incredible Act for California Fire Responders

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November 13, 2018Nov 13, 2018

Wildfires are some of the most destructive and chaotic natural disasters on the planet. Each year, millions of acres burn to the ground when fires rip through the land. Some of those fires are started by lightning, others are started by humans.

Now, a major fire system is threatening multiple areas of California. It is already on record as one of the deadliest, and most destructive, fires that the state has ever seen.

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Hundreds of thousands of people have already been evacuated form their homes. Dozens have been killed and hundreds of structures have already been lost. One of the main fires, raging in Southern California, has also affected lots of celebrity homes.

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Now, one famous TV icon is reaching out to first responders in the best way he knows how. Guy Fieri, the celebrity Chef from TV, is doing something incredible to help the men and women who are risking their lives to save others.

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"Celebrity chef Guy Fieri helped cook dinner on Sunday for the first responders fighting massive wildfires in California. Fieri visited Butte College in Oroville, the site of a law enforcement staging area, to cook a pulled pork dinner for the emergency workers combating the deadly Camp Fire," Fox 40 News reported.

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This is such an awesome way for Guy to give back! Please join us in sending our praise to the TV star for such an enormous act of gratitude.

"The 'Diners, Drive-ins and Dives' host grew up in Humboldt County and now lives in Santa Rosa. This is not the first time Fieri has used his cooking skills to help feed emergency responders. He volunteered to feed victims displaced by wildfires in July and made a “makeshift kitchen” in a college parking lot in Redding, Calif.," reported The Hill.

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