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  • -Have you met before in person, you and Guy?

  • -This is as personable we've ever been.

  • So -- But never -- we've never met, right?

  • -Nope. Never met.

  • -How did you get involved with the nacho-off?

  • Explain this to me. How does this work?

  • -Well -- You want to take it, Bill,

  • or you want me to get after it?

  • I mean, what people don't know is that the Murrays

  • and the Fieris have had a long-standing battle --

  • generational battles of food competitions.

  • And then, you know, Bill, he set it up with his message.

  • He says, "It's nacho -- It's nacho opportunity --

  • It's nacho time."

  • -Bill, do you think you have a shot at this?

  • -Well, I'll be honest, Jimmy.

  • My son is really the cook in the family.

  • I'm more the purveyor. I go shop.

  • I'm in charge of paying for things,

  • and he cooks.

  • And I'm not in charge of dishes either,

  • so he's in charge of finding someone to do the dishes

  • and doing all the cooking. -Yeah.

  • I'm just like -- you know, like, I just try --

  • Whenever it comes to cooking, I act like

  • I've taken a bad fall, you know,

  • and I just sort of move around real quickly.

  • -[ Laughs ] And just try to put things together?

  • -Yeah.

  • -Guy, how do I start with my thing?

  • I have things, I'm really not the best cook,

  • but feel like I could make nachos.

  • What I have here is I have a bunch of tortilla chips.

  • -[Speaks indistinctly] -That's good.

  • You need that, right? [ Talking at once ]

  • First layer? -Yeah.

  • -Chips down on the tray, one layer.

  • -But then, wait -- -Let me get a pencil.

  • I'm going to write some of this stuff down.

  • -Don't start. See? I knew this, Jimmy,

  • this was going to happen. That's it.

  • I'm not giving you more help. That's it.

  • You just...fend for yourself.

  • -Guy, I got an email from you telling me to get --

  • [ Laughs ]

  • Bill, have you got a pencil? -Yeah.

  • -Well, write this down. Guy told me to get --

  • What is this? What do I have here?

  • -Nopales. Cactus.

  • Spanish cactus. -Cactus?

  • -Yeah, so the cactus -- cactus without the thorns --

  • That's the raw cactus.

  • Now, they do make the pickled nopales,

  • which is what I had intended for you to have,

  • but it's awesome.

  • It's a great -- It's great --

  • But those probably aren't going to work for you right now

  • 'cause you need to cook them or pickle them

  • or do a little something with them.

  • So you can hold them up as donkey ears,

  • that's about the best you can do with them right now.

  • -I can use them as...

  • -Jimmy, would make good flip-flops.

  • -By the way, these are good -- At least insoles, at least.

  • -But I like the fact that you just have random nopales

  • around -- Oh, it's an insult.

  • -Oh, oh! I'm jealous. I'm jealous right now.

  • All right, Guy, talk to me about the cheese sauce.

  • -A little bit of milk, maybe like -- okay.

  • So don't do that. Milk will help the cheese melt.

  • -What kind of cheese are you guys using?

  • Are you using cheddar cheese?

  • -I'm using cheddar...

  • Guy, you told me to get Jack as well, right?

  • -Yeah. Cheddar. A little cheddar, a little Jack.

  • -So I just take this and I'll just stir that?

  • -Yep, give it a little stir.

  • Okay, I like it. Just take -- exactly.

  • Maybe, yeah, I think you got a good amount of milk in there.

  • Okay. Now if you have anything, Jimmy,

  • any flavors you'd like to add to the cheese.

  • If you have a little salsa, you could add that to the cheese.

  • -Oh, yeah, I could do that.

  • -I think our friend sent you --

  • I think our friend sent you some salsa, a little --

  • -There you go. -I got salsa.

  • -You could do a little salsa.

  • So you could just put like maybe 1/4 cup of that in there.

  • -What are you raising money for, guys?

  • -Well, Bill and Homer are in the restaurant business,

  • and of course I'm in the restaurant business,

  • and my son is as well.

  • And the restaurant industry has been hit so hard

  • during in pandemic, I mean it's just been terrible.

  • And we have tens of thousands of restaurants

  • that are closed, we have millions of employees

  • without jobs. So I started a program with

  • the National Restaurant Association

  • Educational Foundation called RERF --

  • Restaurant Employee Relief Fund.

  • We've developed this program and started raising money,

  • and we're up to about $22.5 million right,

  • and we're putting out $500 grants.

  • -Holy moly!

  • -Almost 23 million bucks in the last three weeks

  • to give to restaurant... -Are you kidding?

  • -...across the country. -That's amazing.

  • That's fantastic. -That is amazing.

  • -It's a bummer, because it's not just chefs and the owners

  • but it's everyone who works there

  • and the servers, so it's a real bummer.

  • -All right, let me see what you've got going there, Jimmy.

  • What are you throwing on?

  • -All right, so I got ground beef.

  • -Let me see. You're looking great, buddy.

  • You're looking great. Now I want you to grab some --

  • So you got the creamy cheese.

  • Grab some of that hard cheese and sprinkle it over the top.

  • You have any more of the shredded?

  • -Yeah. Yeah. -And do that,

  • and then throw that into your oven.

  • If your oven's like at 350 or you have it on broil,

  • throw it in there and just melt some of that

  • hard cheese on there. -Yeah,

  • and while you put it in there, it takes five minutes, right,

  • so you just melt that all down?

  • -Yeah, so you've already got it hot

  • because you got the cheese that's already hot on there.

  • That's also good. That would be --

  • Hang on a second, let me -- I want to toast...

  • -[ Laughs ]

  • Cheers, boys.

  • -That's good.

  • It's nice to set a layer of Jager down

  • before you get those nachos in.

  • -And then you can throw anything on.

  • You have beans, you got... -Beans are great.

  • -...olives and all that stuff.

  • -I got cilantro and onions.

  • -The cilantro, anything that will burn hot,

  • you want to toss that on last.

  • The beans, though, I would've thought that you'd want

  • to put those beans on earlier, Guy.

  • Maybe you're off your game.

  • Maybe all that California living's made you

  • kind of S-O-F-T, as we say in the East.

  • You know, S-O-F-T. It's a compliment.

  • It's a compliment to people that you're so S-O-F-T

  • where you forget the beans.

  • -I had no idea. This is going right over the top.

  • -Guy, are you -- What do you call it? Where --

  • -How can it go over the top?

  • You've got spikes there to grab everything.

  • How can you possibly anything over the top?

  • -Jimmy, I'm telling you something.

  • -It's not possible. -Friday I'm gonna get worked.

  • 'Cause we're not gonna be able to make --

  • I'm not even gonna be able to make the nachos

  • 'cause this is how it goes.

  • Every time we get on the phone call, I can't talk

  • because he's just dropping one liner after --

  • No, I'm gonna wait -- -No, no, no.

  • I'm -- This is -- I'm really happy to be a part of this

  • because, Guy, you're gonna get work off of this.

  • I think it's fantastic. -[ Laughs ]

  • Did you -- What's the worst investment you ever did, Bill?

  • -Well, I've been in a couple of restaurants.

  • -[ Laughs ] -You know, in New York City,

  • the failure rate of restaurants is 90%.

  • -It is, right. -And that was in the old days

  • when times were good, that was 90% back in the old days.

  • But the worst investment I ever made was...

  • Oh, well, she wouldn't like it. Never mind.

  • I'm not gonna say her name. -You know what?

  • We should probably pull those nachos out

  • because they're probably burning by now.

  • Let's see what he's got. Let's see what he's got.

  • -They look great. -They're sizzling.

  • This is actually the best thing I think I've ever made, and...

  • I have no one to really share it with.

  • -Now, Jimmy, do you have any tomatoes?

  • Do you have any cilantro, any green onions?

  • -I'm gonna put some of this cilantro, onion,

  • all the cold stuff on now, right?

  • -Yep. Yep. Evenly dispersed around there.

  • -I like pickled jalapenos.

  • -Fantastic. They're a little bit easier to enjoy than --

  • Watch the juice, that will make them soggy.

  • -Sorry about that. -But the pickled jalapenos --

  • -How did you see that, man? How great is your WiFi?

  • -There is juice coming out, I'm paying attention.

  • I got...good training. -Yeah. Yeah.

  • -What else you got? -Bill, look like you have

  • film on your WiFi, almost like

  • a nice Barbara Walters glam shot.

  • -Oh, well, it's --

  • I call it my Warren Beatty lighting.

  • I means that you can't really see me from too far away.

  • It gives you like 20/90 vision, you know.

  • It means I didn't have to get haircut or wash my face

  • or shave or anything like that.

  • It just makes it easier for the folks at home.

  • -Smart. That is smart.

  • -Jimmy, how hot do you like it?

  • -I like it so spicy that it's crazy,

  • that I like to cry a little bit.

  • -Is there something super hot you'd like to pour on

  • to yours, though? -Yeah.

  • -What do you got there, Bill?

  • You bringing out secret weapon?

  • -Well, I got one that's got a hat on it.

  • I thought that would be important.

  • I thought maybe we should all --

  • I don't know if you guys have anything like --

  • like a small Mexican, you know, mineral water

  • to chase this down with, but I thought maybe something

  • with a hat on it, something like Jimmy had

  • in the fridge there, it looked pretty good.

  • I thought maybe just in the spirit of things...

  • -We're taking -- -...we all take a shot of this

  • whatever color you got there, Jim.

  • That looks good. You got that?

  • -Mine says PuckerButt. But I gotta be --

  • I got to be honest, all the things in my fridge

  • say PuckerButt.

  • I don't know why.

  • -Well, when you marry into that family,

  • that's the kind of thing you end up with...

  • -[ Laughing ]

  • -Guy, what are you getting? What are you getting?

  • -Cholula. -Oh, it's classic.

  • -This is one of my faves. -All right, ready?

  • [ Talking at once ]

  • -Hey, what are we gonna drink to? What should we drink to?

  • Should we drink to the restoration

  • of the restaurant business and all its employees,

  • something like that?

  • We won't get too poetic. Let's just start drinking.

  • -I cheers you with that. This is weird.

  • -Oh, my gosh. -Oh, that's awesome.

  • -Ohh! God!

  • Guys, this has been unbelievable.

  • Thank you so much. Good luck in the competition.

  • Stay safe. Best to the families.

  • And please stay safe.

  • And hopefully I get to see you guys in person soon.

  • Thank you so much for this.

  • -Say hi to Nancy. -I will.

  • -All right, guys, we'll see you at Thanksgiving.

  • -All the best. -Bye, guys. Thank you.

-Have you met before in person, you and Guy?

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