The Food Network star was at his house in Santa Rosa -- where numerous homes were destroyed by wildfires -- when he had to evacuate early Monday morning. "The smoke was really bad," he says. "We had to evacuate at two in the morning, and we grabbed what we could, taking pictures off the wall as fast as we could. Jumped in the truck, loaded in the dogs, and away we went." On Thursday, Fieri brought his mobile BBQ unit to feed as many people as possible who lost their homes and who are helping in the relief efforts. “We just did around 1,200 for lunch,” Fieri said, “we started this morning. Now everyone's having a little break, and we're getting ready to do dinner. That'll be about 2,500."