Food Network star Guy Fieri, who has already won fans for shows such as “Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives,” has a new series airing Friday night. In “Guy’s All-American Road Trip,” the colorful culinary personality takes family and friends on a journey along the West Coast, from Northern California to Oregon and Washington.

• You can look “Guy’s American Road Trip” when it premieres at 9 p.m. Friday, June 3 on the Food Network. You can also live stream the show and other Food Network series, such as “Diners, Drive-ins and Dives,” on fubo TV, which offers a free trial.

According to the show’s description, Fieri, along with his wife, Lori, and sons Hunter and Ryder, load up their RV and hit the road, accompanied by “a caravan of campers full of family and friends.”

Judging by the brief login line, tonight’s episode features the Fieris riding around a cow and chicken farm, a jet boat trip, and playing in the sand dunes. It sounds like what the press release promised: “From sand dune surfing to an exhilarating jet-boat trip on the Rogue River, and camping feasts with fresh crab and cod ceviche straight out of water and a whole pig barbecue, this road trip is packed with mouth-watering meals, iconic destinations and plenty of action-packed activities.”

“Guy’s All-American Road Trip” also brings Guy Fieri and his group to Sandland Adventures in Florence, Oregon for a dune buggy ride. (Photo: Citizen Pictures)

And here’s what’s on the menu: “Before hitting the highway, the Fieris meet the five other families who are going on an adventure. Known for his surprises, Guy reveals to the group that this is no average vacation as there will be family vs. family competitions at every stop along the way. The first is Alexander Family Farms, an organic, regenerative farm in Crescent City, California, where they learn first-hand how to milk cows, and one family skims the others with the most milk. The farm fun doesn’t stop there, as they head to the chicken coop for a dizzying egg relay race. Next, they head to Gold Beach, Oregon, for a wild 64-mile jet-boat ride. After working up an appetite on the water, the Fieris and their friends return to the campsite to enjoy a real homemade Mexican feast with Al Pastor, Carne Asada and Achiote Chicken Fajitas.

Hey, we haven’t seen the show yet, so we turn to the helpful press release again for some details: “With hundreds of miles to go and amazing roadside fare to enjoy, including camping curry, homemade pork spring rolls and fresh Dungeness crab boil, the Fieris continue to lead the way on the West Coast.In Florence, Oregon, Guy and his pals take an epic ride through the sand dunes at Honeyman State Park, while the kids try sandboarding. Plus, families compete in mini-golf and go-karting. Back at the campsite, Ryder gets a lesson in how to make fried chicken the more crispy.

The Fieri family posing outside the “59er Diner” in Leavenworth, Washington, in “Guy’s All-American Road Trip.” (Photo: Citizen Pictures)

Plus, as “Growing Belushi” viewers saw in that show’s final season, Fieri and company also stopped by Jim Belushi’s southern Oregon cannabis farm.

“Guy’s All-American Road Trip” premieres at 9 p.m. Friday, June 3 on Food Network. Not sure where to find the Food Network channel? Here are a few places to check to see if your service package includes Food Network: Verizon Fios, AT&T to U, Comcast/Xfinity, Spectrum/Charter, Optimum/Altice, coxswain, DIRECTV and Plate.

More of our coverage:

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-Kristi Turnquist

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