You Can Get Guy Fieri's Trash Can Nachos Shipped to Your Door

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Guy Fieri's Trash Can Nachos on Goldbelly
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Perhaps you've already moved on from your order-things-online-to-fill-the-void phase of quarantine, but you may want to consider reentering it: Guy Fieri just announced that his signature trash can nachos are for sale on Goldbelly, and they're shipping nationwide.

Fieri, who has raised over $21.5 million dollars for out-of-work restaurant workers, is cementing his 2020 hero status by making Flavortown accessible to all. His standard BBQ Trash Can Nachos serve 4 to 6 people and cost just $69 (nice), or you can upgrade with meat to his BBQ pulled pork or BBQ beef brisket versions for $79 each. All styles include free shipping.

Each Goldbelly kit comes with a Fieri's signature tin "trash can" for serving, plus tortilla chips, cheddar, Guy's "super melty cheese sauce," a bottle of BBQ sauce, black beans, pico de gallo, sour cream, cilantro, pickled red onions, and jalapeños.

The kit ships with ice packs and the ingredients can be kept in the fridge for up to a week, ready for you to assemble whenever your emotional state requires them. (Keep the chips at room temperature, obviously.)

"The world-famous host of Food Network's insanely popular Diners, Drive-Ins, and Dives has traveled the country, searching far and wide for its most insanely delicious eats, so you know that when he sets out to create his own ultimate comfort food he's going to knock it out of the park," reads the Goldbelly description. "And folks, his signature Trash Can Nachos are a grand slam."

We needed this.

Buy it: Guy's BBQ Trash Can Nachos, $69 at goldbelly.com

Guy's BBQ Pulled Pork Trash Can Nachos, $79 at goldbelly.com

Guy's BBQ Brisket Trash Can Nachos, $79 at goldbelly.com

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