People Are Psyched For Guy Fieri's Goldbelly Trash Can Nacho Kit

You may currently recognize Guy Fieri as the spiky-haired host of Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives, but you may soon come to know him as the guy who made it possible to enjoy a heaping tower of tangy, cheesy, spicy, restaurant-style nachos from the comfort of your very own couch. The Mayor of Flavortown has partnered with specialty food-delivery company Goldbelly to make three varieties of his signature Trash Can Nachos, BBQ Brisket, BBQ Pulled Pork, and Black Beans, into kits that can be delivered nationwide. Of course, his fans couldn't be more excited.

Fieri's post announcing the new offering received over 30,000 likes on Instagram, and those familiar with the nachos from his restaurants were eager to weigh in with comments like "LOVE THESE!!! I've had the pleasure of eating these at El Burro Borracho, Laughlin" and "Awesome, they were amazing at your restaurant in Foxwoods." But, the best response by far was from Canadian actor @noahcappe who commented, "Call me Oscar 'cause I wanna live in there."

The can is included, but nacho assembly is not

According to Goldbelly, each Trash Can Nacho Kit comes with your very own can to assemble your spectacular chip structure. For $69, you might expect your trash can to overfloweth, and it sounds like it just might. The Black Beans kit includes tortilla chips, cheddar cheese, Guy's SMC (Super Melty Cheese) sauce, black beans, one bottle of Guy's Signature BBQ Sauce (19 oz.), Pico de Gallo, jalapenos, sour cream, cilantro sprigs, and pickled red onions. For $10 more, you can have everything the Black Beans kit includes, plus either BBQ Brisket or BBQ Pulled Pork. Shipping is free, and Goldbelly even advises "Please be aware that some chips may break during transit — this is planned for by adding additional chips into the bag. Don't worry, you'll have more than enough to create your own towering cheesy masterpiece!"

Once your Trash Can Nacho Kit arrives, you've got a little work to do. This is where Blue Apron "home chefs" will really shine. Goldbelly provides a list of instructions with 14 steps that include spreading, sprinkling, microwaving, drizzling, browning, slicing, layering, zig-zagging, piling, and ultimately unveiling your "Trash Can Nacho masterpiece." We'd like to add "devouring" to that list.