On July 10, 2008, at the Calgary Stampede, He flipped 559 pancakes, in one hour and set the world record.
Bob's cooking philosophy is "go big or go home."
Bob designed a surreal meal for the Salvador Dali Museum.
As well as being a chef, Bob is a TV host, artist, music manager, entrepreneur and author.
Bob created The RuPaul Supermodel Diet, for The RuPaul Show.
Bob's mantra is "The first taste is with the eye."
Bob has written many wine-related stories, including a story documenting his 10 days as a grape picker at the legendary Domaine de la Romanee-Conti,
Bob cycles daily in the canyons near his home, when he is not traveling for work or pleasure
Bob has traveled across the globe from Canada throughout Europe and Asia, in search of the perfect wine pairings for his unique dishes.
Bob is the co-creator and the host of the new Food Network TV series, Glutton for Punishment.
Bob is Canada's official Tabasco ambassador.
Bob cooks for private events, teaches cooking classes and helps raise money for worthy causes.
Bob has been a judge at the San Francisco wine competitions and Los Angeles County Fair, since 1999.
Bob has made over 400 TV appearances on three continents, including all major U.S. network morning shows.
In 1991, Bob started his culinary career, when he wrote and illustrated his very first book, The Surreal Gourmet: Real Food for Pretend Chefs.
Bob is known for being one of today's most imaginative food personalities.
Bob's official website states that he is a chef, although he has never worked as a chef in a professionally recognized setting.
Bob was the business manager for singer/songwriter Jane Siberry, from 1984 to 1993.
Bob: I'm totally passionate and really curious about things, and I just love to learn and be out there.
Bob: The success of my first book made me live up to my own moniker of the surreal gourmet, I saw the potential to get a lot of publicity on television shows that are always looking for interesting people.
Bob: Steer clear of the monotonous menus that keep you tied up in the kitchen and away from your guests, My solution? Fire up the backyard grill with pork for a mealtime adventure.