Here’s The Truth About Bobby Flay

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  • November 16, 2020
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Longtime Food Network personality Bobby Flay has starred in dozens of shows on the network from the mid-1990s to the present day, but there are some things even his longtime fans may not know about this multi-talented celebrity chef. Here’s the truth about Bobby Flay.

Becoming a chef wasn’t so much something that Flay aspired to, but sort of fell into. Speaking with The Wall Street Journal, Flay admitted that as a kid he had, quote, “no interest in doing any school work whatsoever.” When he ultimately dropped out of high school at 17, his father strongly suggested he find gainful employment. According to Money Inc., his early gigs included working at a pizza place and scooping ice cream at Baskin-Robbins before he landed a temporary job as a busboy at a New York City eatery, where his dad was a part-owner.

Flay was only meant to fill in for the regular bus boy who was away for two weeks, but upon his return, the restaurant’s chef asked Flay if he wanted to try working in the kitchen. He told The Wall Street Journal,

“I said, ‘Sure.’ It was because I had nothing else to do that day.”

Flay admitted things could very easily have turned out differently had his social life been more active that day. He joked,

“If I had plans with friends, I probably would have said no. I wasn’t desperate to work in the kitchen.”

Watch this video for more truth about Bobby Flay!


“Nothing else to do” | 0:00
Famous kitty | 1:16
Tips for Obama | 2:30
Big winner | 3:36
Walk of fame | 4:39
Big bucks | 5:34
Restaurant behavior | 6:41
Dream dinner party | 7:34
Best burger | 8:30
Horse racing | 9:23
Out of his element | 10:31

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