Moms Know Best
It's the mother of all shows as four devoted moms and talented chefs battle in a game where they can only cook with ingredients that start with the same letter. In the second game, the moms must make brunch for four on a budget. Finally, the two remaining chefs are thrown for a loop when preparing a guilty pleasure.
Caught in the Middle
Four chefs must make an international dish using only the ingredients in the middle aisles of the store. Next, the chefs have to make their best seafood dish with 5 Ingredients or Less. Finally, there are twists around every turn as the two remaining chefs make their signature hamburger, but the grocery store might be Out of Stock of their preferred ingredients! The prevailing chef could win up to $20,000.
In the first game of this grilling episode, four chefs must use peanut butter in their grilled pizzas. Next, the chefs must dig through Guy's Clearance Carts filled with mystery meats, unmarked cans and more, to cook up the best dish possible. The final game reveals the winner of the game Top Shelf/Bottom Shelf.
Cut the Cheese
The classic mac and cheese dish gets a challenging twist in Aisle Down. Then, the chicken dinner sheds some pounds in Watch Your Weight. In the final game, the chefs are met with a diversion while trying to make a romantic meal in Cart Swap.
No one can pass up the free samples in the first game, because they must be incorporated into the chefs' Mediterranean dishes! Next up, it's lights out as the chefs dash around the store to make a dessert for the discerning judges before Closing Time. In the final game, it's the luck of the spin as the last two chefs make their best dish in Food Wheel.
Produce and Cons
In the first game, the four chefs are only allowed to shop in the middle aisles to make their vegetarian feast. Then, the chefs must prove that they can master surf and turf on a budget! Last, the final two chefs cook from the rainbow as they make their best, most colorful dishes.
Weight For It!
In the first game, the chefs must tighten their belts to make the best burger in Watch Your Weight. Next, the chefs have an easy challenge of making meal with two sides until they learn they're playing the chilling Frozen Food Feud. Finally, the last two chefs must dive into Guy's Grocery List to make a winning pork dinner.
It's a challenge of weighty proportions as the four chefs must make comfort food using no more than five pounds of ingredients. Next, the chefs must incorporate Guy's unusual Grocery List into their noodle dishes. In the final game, two chefs go head-to-head as they shop together to make their best dish in One Ingredient Per Aisle.
Pasta la Vista, Baby
The chefs must make their best pasta dishes without pasta in Single Aisle Showdown. Then it's all-you-can-carry as the chefs grab ingredients for their barbecue feast in No Carts Allowed. And in the final twist, the two remaining chefs must make a dessert in One Ingredient Per Aisle. The winning chef makes a final run through Flavortown to win up to $20,000!
A Culinary Spelling Bee
The chefs must put their culinary and spelling skills to the test in the ABC challenge, rummage through bins to make show-stopping starters in Clearance Carts and whip up classic old-school dishes in the Frozen Food Feud in order to win the $20,000 shopping spree.
Aisle and Error
It's a middle-aisle showdown as four chefs try to make a decadent dish in Meals From the Middle. Next, a lot of math and a little ingenuity are required to make a seafood dinner for four with less than nine dollars! Then, it's a mad dash through the aisles to make the best hot sandwich in Closing Time.
Let Them Eat Toast
Four chefs have to make a winning French toast dish without a key component in Aisle Down. Next up is the dreaded Can Can, where the chefs are challenged to make a steak dinner using only canned items. Then, it's a test of agility in No Carts Allowed, as the final two chefs make a soup and sandwich combo.
Dashing Through the Aisles
For the first game, the chefs are given tasty samples from Santa's little helpers to make their favorite holiday meal in Keep it Sample. Next, the chefs create decadent holiday desserts in Watch Your Weight. The spirit of the season is in full swing as the final two chefs make an elegant New Year's dinner in No Carts Allowed.
Food Network Stars Take Over Flavortown
Four Food Network Star chefs take to the aisles to compete on behalf of their favorite charity. First, Guy tasks them with making a lunchtime favorite only using 5 Ingredients or Less. Then, the chefs are challenged to make a steakhouse dinner -- on a budget. The two finalists compete in one of the most difficult games yet, One Ingredient Per Aisle, in which they pull out all the stops to make the best dish for a good cause.
In Red Light Special, the chefs get inventive by incorporating marshmallows into their hearty lunch. Next, the chefs get worked up in a fiesta frenzy as they try and make taco night out of Guy's Grocery List. Finally, the two chefs remaining make a family favorite using One Ingredient Per Aisle.
If at First You Don't Succeed, Fry, Fry Again
In Watch Your Weight, let's hope the fried feast doesn't add too many pounds to the scale. Next, the chefs must make a skewered meal out of the haphazard items in the Clearance Carts. The last two chefs spin the Food Wheel to determine their budget for an elegant dinner.
Cart to Table
The chefs must dig through Clearance Carts to make comfort food with mislabeled meats and unmarked cans. Next, the chefs' strengths are put to the test, as they carry as many items as they can to make breakfast for dinner. With two chefs left, their fate is in the spin as the Food Wheel decides what components will be used in their best dish.
Around the World in Three Carts
In game one, we take a trip around the world as the chefs create an international dish using only items found in the Clearance Carts. Next, the chefs set out to make a delicious dessert until Guy surprises them with a savory Red Light Special. In the final game, the chefs try to make their best dish in the letter-limiting challenge, ABC: Whichever one of these chefs uses their spelling and culinary skills the best will go on to play for $20,000 in the Shopping Spree.
Food Network All-Stars Take to the Aisles
Get ready for the Food Network All-Stars to bring their "A" game to Flavortown. In game one, the chefs show off their spelling skills and culinary prowess in ABC. Next, the chefs go international as the Food Wheel determines their destiny. The two remaining All-Stars bring the heat in Frozen Food Feud like you've never seen before. The winning chef takes to the aisles in hopes of grabbing up to $20,000 for their chosen charity.
Triple D Takes on Triple G
Four chefs from Diners, Drive-ins and Dives meet under Guy's roof for the ultimate culinary smack down. When thinking of comfort food, radishes and maple syrup don't usually come to mind, but it must for these chefs in Grocery List. Next, discounted, damaged and dented items are on the menu for a delicious dinner party in Clearance Carts. In the final game, Guy doubles up on the chefs by giving them a two-for-one deal with Red Light Special and Cart Swap. Only one will be able to work through the pressure and make it to the Shopping Spree.
Aisle of Terror
In this spooktastic Halloween episode, four chefs must create dishes that don't scare the judges! Starting off with a hearty lunch is not an easy feat when Guy shocks them with a daunting Red Light Special. In the next game, Guy tricks the chefs into making a savory treat with sweets in Single Aisle Showdown. In the final game, Guy hands the chefs his Grocery List filled with spooky items like bone marrow, blood orange and black garlic and tells them to make their best dish. Which chef will get to go on the Shopping Spree and which will be scared straight out of the grocery store?
The chefs are thrown into the deep end when asked to make a five-star seafood dinner using Five Ingredients or Less. Next, the chefs play a new game inspired by an online fan -- lasagna will never be the same! With only two chefs remaining, winning is not as easy as ABC when they try to make their ultimate burger.
Not Going to Budge-It!
It's a clash of the coupons as four chefs attempt to make their best grilled dish in Budget Battle. Next, the chefs must make a decadent breakfast while incorporating the classic peanut butter and jelly combo. The last two chefs must make a Sunday supper using One Ingredient Per Aisle.
Thanksgiving Grocery Trot
Four chefs get their basters ready for this special Thanksgiving episode. In Keep it Sample, the chefs find delicious autumn staples around the store, which they must incorporate into their inventive fall dishes. Get ready for a touchdown in Red Light Special as the chefs make game day bites incorporating frozen cranberry. Then, making an upscale Thanksgiving dinner becomes even more of a challenge in Five Ingredients or Less. Only one of these chefs will be able to gobble up to $20,000 in the Shopping Spree!
Pressed for Time
In game one, the chefs are pressed to make a panini lunch with the items found on Guy's Grocery List. Next, the chefs attempt to make their favorite rice dish in Meals From the Middle. In the final game, the chefs are in for a real surprise as they're put through the ultimate test in Bag Swap: One will make a top-notch seafood dish -- and win the Shopping Spree -- and one will go overboard.
The Weighting Game
In the first game, the chefs try not to tip the scale when shopping for their best meat dish. It's a grocery gamble in game two when the chefs prepare an all-American lunch determined by the Food Wheel. The two finalists have it really tough when Guy tells them to cook a gourmet dinner, switches their ingredients and gives them a Red Light Special that pushes their culinary talents to the extreme.
Family Style: Kids Rule!
The chefs have brought along a secret weapon -- their kids! Four competing families start by joining the breakfast club, but they have to watch their weight. Next, families must make a hot lunch using only ingredients whose name begins with the letter R. The final two families are tasked with making a winning Sunday supper featuring hot dogs and the color red. Ultimately, the winning family goes after the green stuff, up to $20,000 in the Triple G Shopping Spree!
Family Style: Sibling Rivalry
Four sets of siblings square off, first making a family feast using a measly five ingredients! Three families move on to make something stuffed using Guy's Grocery List of weird food stuff. Then, the stakes are high as two families attempt to make an upscale dinner with strip steak and a seven dollar budget! The family that pulls off that feat better be fast on their feet if they want to win up to $20,000 in the Triple G Shopping Spree.
Family Style: Food Feud
Chefs keep it all in the family with teams featuring spouses, siblings and even grandma! The pasta shelves are off-limits when our four families attempt to create their best noodle dish. Next, three families have to come up with fresh ideas for making dessert from non-perishable items. The finalists must make their favorite family meal, but have to watch their weight while shopping. Then, it's "all hands on cart" as the winning family goes on the Triple G Shopping Spree worth up to $20,000.
Family Style: Kids' Choice
When chefs join forces with their families, Guy's constantly turning the tables, with kids picking the dishes and chefs taking a timeout from cooking. Four families raise the bar on breakfast, by making a brunch containing raisins and then a comfort meal on a very uncomfortable budget. Then, the finalists must prepare a five-star dinner after they swap kitchens and groceries. One family will go on a Triple G Shopping Spree worth up to $20,000!
Love is in the Aisle
In Triple G's Valentine's Day special, chefs discover that Guy Fieri's gift of chocolate is not the perfect match for their savory starter. Next, will there be enough time or money to shop for and prepare their desserts? Then, our finalists must grab items for a candlelight dinner while repeatedly trading groceries in a crazy game of Musical Carts. One chef will romance the judges and win the ultimate Valentine's Day surprise -- up to $20,000 in the Shopping Spree.
Something Spells Good
Chefs find that making your best dish using only ingredients that begin with the letter M isn't as easy as ABC. Next, they have to lighten up and make a grilled salad with only 6 pounds of ingredients. Then, the finalists have to make a signature burger with an ingredient from every aisle. Which burger will secure a chef's chance to bag up to $20,000 in the Triple G Shopping Spree?
Chefs Ham It Up
Chefs begin by making a barbecue blowout that won't blow their budget! Next, will Guy Fieri's eclectic Grocery List put a damper on a date-night ham dinner? Then, the final two try to make their best dish using items from only one aisle. The winner makes a mad dash for up to $20,000 in cash in the Triple G Shopping Spree.
Triple D Takes On Triple G ... Again!
Creating the ultimate diner dish should be easy for Triple D chefs, but a strict weight limit on ingredients makes this challenge heavy duty. Then, who has time to figure out what Guy's favorite dish is when you only get a few minutes to shop? The final two must make a stuffed entree with ingredients from every aisle. The winner takes a road trip around the market worth up to $20,000.
Don't Skimp on the Shrimp
Four chefs must make their signature dish using an insignificant four and a half pounds of ingredients. Next, can the chefs butter up the judges with a fantastic weeknight family dinner featuring jumbo butterfly shrimp? Then, the finalists must make an upscale lunch that uses up an ingredient from every aisle. The winner will go on a Shopping Spree worth up to $20,000.
James Beard Nominees on Triple G
Four James Beard-nominated chefs use their exceptional culinary skills to make an hors d'oeuvre featuring instant ramen noodles. Then, these high-end chefs have to make a five star seafood dinner with a ridiculously low budget. The finalists learn that creating a dish featuring one ingredient, prepared two different ways, using items from three aisles, is not as easy as 1, 2, 3. The winner is awarded up to $20,000 in the Triple G Shopping Spree.
Music and Meatloaf
Things start off on a high note when four chefs, including a ukulele instructor, must make a meatloaf without any of the usual ingredients. Next, how do you make an appetizer with less-than-appetizing items from a sample table? Finally, the chef that makes the most daring dish after a two-minute dash for groceries gets to go on a Shopping Spree worth up to $20,000.
Winner, Winner, Chicken Dinner
Guy asks the chefs to give Ps a chance, since all the ingredients in their first dishes must start with that letter. Next, they must make a winner of a chicken dinner using a Grocery List that includes Asian hot pepper paste and candy. The finalists can't believe they have to make their best grilled dinner using canned goods. The chef with the "can do" attitude will get a shot at up to $20,000 in the Shopping Spree.
Chefs Take the High/Low Road
Four chefs compete in a heated battle to make the ultimate hot sandwich incorporating a mishmash of munchies from the market's sample tables. Next, chefs are less than thrilled about making an international dish with five ingredients or less. Then, the finalists experience their own highs and lows trying to turn high-priced rack of lamb and low-priced pork rinds into their best dish. The winner takes the real high road -- a Shopping Spree worth up to $20,000.
Triple G a la No Cart
Chefs make a Mediterranean feast using the least likely ingredients from the store's middle aisles. Next, they take a hands-on approach to gathering the items for a salad and sandwich without a shopping cart. Then, the finalists must make a family favorite under unfavorable conditions, using One Ingredient Per Aisle. The winner takes on the Shopping Spree challenge for up to $20,000.
Chefs from four distinct American regions vie for culinary supremacy. First up, turning a hometown hit into a homerun when you only get five ingredients. Next, it's sink or swim when chefs make a seafood supper using nothing but frozen food. Then, how do you prepare one protein two different ways when you can only use items from three aisles? The winning chef wins bragging rights for his region plus big bucks in the Shopping Spree worth up to $20,000.
Bold Tastes and Big Laughs
It's a night of memorable characters and mouthwatering food in the market. Chefs have to spellcheck the ingredients for breakfast when Guy Fieri plays ABC. Next, competitors keep their eye on the ounces when they're forced to weigh their steakhouse dinner. Then, our last two chefs mix luxury ingredients with low-priced fare in a funny and unforgettable finale.
The four chefs ready to throwdown in Flavortown must first create a hearty lunch with a 5-pound weight restriction. Next, the chefs must make an innovative dinner incorporating Guy Fieri's crazy grocery list. The two chefs left standing will battle it out with their best dishes featuring high-end and low-end items.
Mother's Day Madness
With the dairy, meat and seafood aisles down, four amazing moms must use their creativity to come up with an amazing breakfast! Next, Guy Fieri's wife, Lori, lends a helping hand in the Express Lane challenge and gives the mothers a little something extra for their family favorite dish. Then, finalists flip out when they are tasked with using the sweet ingredients in tiramisu to make an indulgent dinner! The winning mom gets the ultimate Mother's Day gift -- a shopping spree worth up to $20,000.
Orange You Glad You're in Flavortown
Chefs begin by making their best comfort dishes with only five ingredients or less. Next, there's a red light special on orange juice that the chefs must incorporate into their cocktail brunch dishes! Then, the finalists attempt to shop for a dynamite dinner while repeatedly swapping carts.
A Dicey Situation
Four chefs take a gamble when Guy makes them roll dice to determine the details for creating their best dish. Next, the chefs must use odds and ends from the Clearance Carts to make a classy champagne brunch. Finally, two chefs must plan their menu on the fly while making their best chicken dinner using one ingredient per aisle.
Experienced chefs from all over the country are fired up about making their best grilled dish until Guy Fieri informs them they can only use ingredients that begin with A, B, or G for "Always Be Grilling." Next, chefs must incorporate tamarind paste into their meaty madness. The final two chefs go head-to-head with their family favorite recipes as the store closes around them in a fast paced grill-off!
Triple G Redemption
Four chefs return to Flavortown for a second chance at the $20,000 Shopping Spree. But Guy Fieri doesn't make this trip any easier, as the four chefs make a redemption dinner using the ingredients that tripped them up when they first competed. Next, the chefs are tasked with creating an unforgettable high-end lunch using less desirable items from the Clearance Carts. Finally, two chefs go head-to-head to make their best dish after a toss of the dice decides what must go in the dish.
Daring Kitchen Duos
Chefs who are partners in and out of the kitchen join forces to make an elevated classic duo using the dreaded duo of frozen and canned foods. Next, the pairs make a soup and sandwich using ingredients that have to begin with one of two letters in ABC. In the final game, partners tag team as they shop and cook their best surf and turf in hopes of going on a Shopping Spree worth up to $20,000!
It's a Fieri Father's Day!
Four fathers are out to prove they're the World's Greatest Dad in the kitchen, and Guy Fieri's son, Hunter, is out to prove he's the best co-host on Triple G! First, the chefs are forced to use the express lane when making a family dinner. Next, our dads are tasked to make a guilty pleasure but the ominous Food Pyramid will determine what extra ingredients the chefs must also use. Finally, the last two dads are given only two minutes to shop for their Date Night Dinner before Guy swaps their carts!
Serving Up Summer!
Four chefs celebrate summer with a barbecue block party where a roll of the dice picks the crazy items in their dish. Then the chefs have to improvise when their seafood spectacular comes with a weight restriction. In the final round, the chefs summer plans are turned upside-down when they have to turn the ingredients for an all-American cherry pie into a chicken dinner.
Battle America II: Cook or be Cooked
Four chefs proudly represent their regions in the return of a Triple G favorite, Battle America. Making a regional feast without meat sounds odd, but that's what happens when all the even aisles, including the meat department, are off limits. Next, the chefs have to make an all-American burger and fries without any of the classic ingredients. In the final showdown, the chefs try to sweeten the pot by making a presidential dinner featuring a Red Light Special: jelly beans.
Young Guns Showdown
Four of the nation's best young gun chefs seek to make their mark in the market. First they have to make a fusion dish combining two cuisines not usually seen together. Next, these hot shots must make a daring dish following the dictates of rolled dice. The finale is easy as 1, 2, 3, when the two remaining chefs must prepare potatoes two ways, using ingredients from only three aisles.
When Guy Gives You Lemon Bars ...
Four chefs receive their first culinary curveball when they're told to make stir-fry using only ingredients from even-numbered aisles. Next, they have to turn the main ingredients of lemon bars into a dinner. Then, the chefs make their best dish featuring a collision of two international cuisines.
Music and Mayhem in the Market
The chefs must make their best dish using only ingredients that start with the letter S and it's not that simple! Next, they must prepare a lavish lunch that won't break their $10 budget. Then, the last two chefs standing must shop to make a comfort meal while trading carts in a chaotic game of Musical Carts.
Cruisin' Through the Express Lane
A flip of the coin determines how four chefs must make their best dish using only ingredients from the even-numbered aisles. Next, chefs get to show off their culinary muscles with an international dish featuring items from the store's sample tables. Finally, a dinner party plate sounds easy enough, until the chefs are forced to go through the express lane.
There's nothing comforting about making a comfort meal with five ingredients, but that's what the chefs have to do. Then, they must make an upscale dinner using a grocery list that includes ketchup and pretzels! The final face-off is even more odd when chefs are asked to make a steak sandwich with no bread because they can't shop the odd aisles.
Par for the Shoptacle Course
Four chefs enjoy an American food fest in Flavortown market. First, they must navigate a "shopstacle course" of boxes, unstocked items and shopping carts to make a burger and side featuring Guy Fieri's Red Light Special -- dehydrated food! Next, the chefs must make an upscale dinner with a scaled down list of ingredients that start with the letter S. The final two chefs roll out their dish using the condiment and dairy items dictated by a roll of the dice.
Flippin' Out in the Kitchen
Four chefs kick off Guy Fieri's games by making a lavish Italian feast with only 4 pounds of ingredients. Next, the chefs flip out when they find they must turn the core ingredients of a Caesar salad into a breakfast dish! Then, the final two play the dreaded Food Wheel which forces them to prepare a meal combining salmon with ingredients from a single aisle.
Blue Plate Blues
Four chefs compete to see if one roll, spin or outrageous game will make or break their dishes. First up, Guy Fieri's dice decide the details of their blue plate special. Next, the chefs put their spin on an Italian classic, using high-end and low-end ingredients determined by the Food Wheel. Finally, the chefs are ham-fisted by the restriction of making a pork dinner using one ingredient from each aisle.
An Offal Halloween
In a spook-tacular Halloween cook-off our chefs start out with some pumpkin bowling to determine the frightening ingredients in their daring dish. Next, competitors rummage through some creepy clearance carts to find ingredients to make a dish that won't make the judges' skin crawl. In the final round, chefs must use the red light special to make their best offal dish.
Culinary Saved My Life
Four chefs who have overcome life's adversities by following their culinary dreams compete to become a Triple G winner. First, they toast their success with a celebratory dinner that incorporates Guy Fieri's red light special -- hot dogs. Next, the chefs must scale back their shopping lists to make their best pasta dish with less than 5 lbs. of ingredients. The final two make an inspired dinner using the random ingredients dictated by the Fieri Food Pyramid.
DDD Returns to GGG!
Guy Fieri's Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives buddies roll up to Guy's turf for a challenge of a lifetime. The chefs must first knock down crazy food pins to pick the ingredients to put between two buns! Next, they must make tacos after all the traditional taco ingredients are thrown out of the window in Un-Gredients. The final two chefs will go to their roots when Guy asks them to make a finer diner dinner using an item from both the high end and low-end food wheels.
Turkey Day Tournament
Four chefs show their gratitude when Guy Fieri gives them an unbearable budget to make a Thanksgiving feast! Next, the chefs must turn the store's leftover pre-packaged holiday food items into an upscale dinner. The finalists must knock down food pins in a fall favorite edition of Grocery Bowl!
Season of Grocery Giving
It's holiday time at Flavortown Market. Guy Fieri gifts each chef a gift basket filled with eclectic items they must use to make a holiday party lunch. Next, chefs must do without items they need for their holiday breakfast in order to checkout through the express lane. Finally, the last two chefs listen to a holiday favorite while repeatedly switching ingredients in a game of Musical Carts.
'Tis the season to be shopping! The stakes are high during the holidays for four chefs as they attempt to make their best holiday starter using only every other aisle of the store. Next, the chefs make a resolution to impress the judges with their New Year's Eve dinner even though Guy Fieri gives them a Scrooge-like amount of spending money. Then, the final two chefs flip the basic ingredients for a fruitcake into a family holiday feast.
All-Stars: Flavortown Flips Over the Judges!
Guy Fieri turns the tables on the show's All-Star judges by making Richard Blais, G. Garvin, Beau MacMillan and Aarti Sequeira compete in the kitchen! First, they must eat their words and prepare an international lunch using only items that begin with the letter P and Z! Then, they must prepare a decadent dinner using only ingredients from the produce aisle. The two finalists must prepare a family meal that includes three strange ingredients from the Fieri Food Pyramid. The winning judge learns how challenging the Shopping Spree really is as they race to earn money for their charity of choice.
All-Stars and A-Lister Dinners
Culinary titans Anne Burrell, Eric Greenspan, Jet Tila and Marcel Vigneron aren't spared Guy Fieri's twists when a bowling game selects some strikingly bizarre ingredients for a hearty lunch. Next, the chefs have to think outside the boxed foods and make their best dish using processed items from the middle aisles of the store. Then, the chefs experience real highs and lows when the feared Food Wheel determines the high-end and low-end ingredients in their A-list dinner. The winning All-Star chef goes on a shopping spree for charity worth up to $20,000.
All-Stars: Catch a Shopping Star
All-Star chefs Ron Ben-Israel, Penny Davidi, Pat Neely and Justin Warner compete to win up to $20,000 for charity. First up, chefs must make their favorite lunch using a ridiculous Red Light Special. Next, chefs must rummage through the Clearance Carts to make their best noodle dish. Finally, who will reign supreme making their showstopping dinner using the four uncanny ingredients from the Fieri Food Pyramid?
All-Stars in the Aisles
Guy Fieri pulls no punches when he challenges All-Star chefs Madison Cowan, Elizabeth Falkner, Aaron McCargo Jr., and Michael Psilakis to make an upscale dinner using the double whammy of frozen and canned foods! Next, it's time for multiple cart swaps in a weekend brunch edition of Musical Carts! Then, the remaining two All-Stars must turn a kernel of an idea into their best dish using corn two different ways, with ingredients from three aisles. Our winning All-Star shops for up to $20,000 for their charity.
All-Stars Team Up With Pro Athletes
Pro athletes Rich Aurilia, Jennifer Lacy, Marcel Reece and Takeo Spikes team up with celebrity chefs Lorena Garcia, Robert Irvine, Brian Malarkey and Marc Murphy for the biggest All-Star lineup Guy's Grocery Games has ever seen! These dynamic duos are challenged to make a winner's dinner using only seven items after going through the Express Lane. Next, a toss of the dice determines what these pros must use for their pre-game meal! Then, teams race the store relay-style, grabbing only one ingredient at a time, to create their best cheat day dish! The winning team will get the chance to sprint through the aisles for up to $30,000 for charity!
Triple G Chefs: The Next Generation
Talented young chefs with dreams of a bright culinary career are putting their skills to the test. They first go on a scavenger hunt to find the required ingredients for their hot lunch. Next, the chefs must express their kitchen style in a dinner with bacon using the express lane's item limit. Finally, our fresh-faced chefs fight the bizarre items picked by the Food Pyramid to make a classic.
Grandma's Grocery Games
Four seasoned and spunky grandmothers show Guy Fieri how it's done! In the first round, the judges hand out samples that the chefs must include in a version of their grandkids' favorite dish. Next, the grannies show off their budgeting and coupon clipping skills when they make a breakfast for only a few bucks ... and a little help from Guy's mom. Then, the last two ladies compete in a family recipe cook-off, featuring three weird ingredients from the Fieri Food Pyramid.
Tournament of Champions: Part 1
Things get dicey when four returning GGG champions make an innovative appetizer whose details are dictated by four tumbling dice. Then, chefs must make upscale lunch using Clearance Cart items that rate low on the gourmet scale. Finally, pigs fly when the two final chefs turn the ingredients for gingerbread cookies into a pork dinner. The winner earns an encore Shopping Spree and a spot in the tournament finale.
Tournament of Champions: Part 2
Four returning champs are out to prove their first win was no fluke when they make their best breakfast featuring ingredients like frozen kale and kumquats from Guy Fieri's Grocery List! Next, the chefs are challenged to make a hearty sandwich and side but can only shop the odd-numbered aisles. The finalists must shop for the Red Light Special -- olives -- for their decadent dinner even though they're told the store will be closing in a few minutes. The winner gets a repeat Shopping Spree and a spot in the finale.
Tournament of Champions: Part 3
Four returning champs battle it out for more money and a spot in the Tournament of Champions finale. First, the chefs must use both their cooking and spelling skills to make an adventurous lunch using only ingredients that begin with "M." Next, the champions are challenged to make their best dish fusing the flavors of Greece and China! Finally, the remaining two chefs will have to create a contemporary American dinner with coconut prepared two ways, using items from only three aisles!
Tournament of Champions: Part 4
Four returning champs first must prove they're upper crust by making a pizza without using any traditional pizza ingredients. Next, they search the store for clues to that lead to the mandatory ingredients in their best Asian dish. Then, the finalists must face the feared Food Wheel and make an extravagant dinner using a randomly selected protein and money amount. The winning chef will get to go on their second Shopping Spree and a shot at becoming Triple G Grand Champion!
Tournament of Champions: Finale
It's the ultimate throwdown as the final four champs compete for the title of Triple G Grand Champion! First, these two-time winners discover the road to victory won't be easy when they are forced to make a hearty lunch with a total of seven ingredients from the canned or frozen sections only! Then, they must conquer the Fieri Food Pyramid and prepare their best breakfast using odd items you'd never think of putting in a morning meal. The two remaining contenders bowl to determine which aisles they can shop for their winner's dinner before they get caught off guard by a station swap. Only one will be crowned the first-ever Triple G Grand Champion and become the biggest prizewinner in Guy's Grocery Games history!
Veterans Holiday Showdown
Four veterans march into Flavortown to represent their military branches -- Army, Marines, Air Force and Navy. First, they must make their best family holiday meal with a must-use ingredient. Next, the chefs weigh their culinary options in making their hometown favorite, and in the final game, they must shop for their five-star dinners without their carts. The winning vet earns shopping spree for themselves and their chosen USO center worth up to $40,000!
Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives Tournament: Part 2
Chefs from Triple D converge in the market for this leg of the Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives Tournament. In round one, they must check out through the express lane and make comfort food using seven items or less. Next, the chefs make their best dinner using the subpar ingredients from a game of Grocery Golf. Finally, each chef prepares a dish that their competitor made up for them using refrigerator magnets. The winner goes on a shopping spree worth up to $20,000 and earns a slot in the tournament finale!
Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives Tournament: Part 3
A wildly diverse group of chefs from Triple D descends on Flavortown as the Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives Tournament continues! The heat is on as chefs make a hot sandwich without shopping in the meat, cheese and deli aisles. Next, they're challenged to create an out-of-this-world international dish determined by tumbling dice, and finally, they must make a pork dish with wild ingredients picked out of the claw machine. The winner goes on a shopping spree for up to $20,000 and earns a slot in the tournament finale.
Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives Tournament: Part 4
Triple D alumni from across the country mix it up in the market in this chapter of the Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives Tournament. First, chefs must shop for a family feast using the smallest grocery bags ever seen. Then, they must prepare an elegant dinner that incorporates crazy ingredients picked by Guy Fieri's Food Pyramid. Finally, chefs must compose a daring dish using a food item they selected while blindfolded. The winner goes on a $20,000 shopping spree and nabs a spot in the tournament grand finale!
Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives Tournament: Finale
The winners of the first four Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives throwdowns are back for the finale! First, they must dish out their best diner breakfast using a grocery list made up of emojis; then, the chefs must create the ultimate drive-in burger featuring a red light special. Finally, they must make an elevated dive bar dish using only ingredients from three aisles. The victor earns the coveted tournament trophy and a chance to more than double their winnings in an encore shopping spree!
Four Weddings and a Grocery Game
Four chefs who are getting hitched hope to bag some much-needed cash for their wedding day, so first, they must make their sweetheart's favorite dish on a $10 budget. Next, the chefs get "cold feet" when preparing a cocktail hour appetizer from the frozen aisle. Finally, they must create a reception dinner using a grocery list featuring something old, something new, something blue, and something borrowed -- from their fellow chef!
All Star Academy Face-Off
Four home cooks from All-Star Academy are ready for Grocery Games grad school, with Curtis Stone and Richard Blais serving as guest mentors! First, they must make a fine dining dinner including all of the wacky items on Guy Fieri's list. Next, they bowl for strikes to assemble the ingredients for an American classic dish, and finally, Guy includes a surprise game for the mentors!
Guy's Games of Chance
Chefs try to beat the house, and the market, when they face three exciting games of chance. First, chefs roll dice to determine the details of a poker night plate. Next, they play a wild card game to determine the special ingredients in a wholesome weeknight dinner starring a red light special. Finally, the chefs play the slots see what jackpot trio of ingredients will go into their winner's dinner.
Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner Cook-Off
Chefs are cooking every meal on the menu: breakfast, lunch and dinner! First, they must make a sweet and savory breakfast from items found in the store's clearance carts. Then, a family lunch is complicated by a red light special. Finally, chefs spin the Budget Food Wheel to determine how much they can spend on their high stakes steakhouse dinner.
Eight chefs who've never met are partnered up to take on the market! First, teams must create a classic duo dish with a limited budget of $15, plus incorporate a surprise ingredient. Then, the dynamic duos hit the green for a game of Grocery Golf that will dictate the direction of their decadent dinner, but not before Guy Fieri throws a curveball and allows them to only use ingredients that start with the letter "S."
Big Burger Battle
Chefs who claim they make perfect patties compete in an all burger edition of Triple G! First, they must create an international burger using only the eight items they can purchase in the express lane. Next, chefs plate a classic American burger featuring a weird ingredient, then the two finalists must shop quickly as the market closes early and Guy Fieri has a final twist waiting for them!
Budget Games Blowout
In this episode featuring the most extreme budget games, the chefs must start by making an elevated sandwich using only ingredients that are under $4. Next, the Food Wheel determines that they must make a childhood favorite on an unfavorable budget. Then, the final two must dig deep to make a decadent dish using only ingredients whose price begins with the number six.
Big Bacon Battle
Four chefs try to prove that everything goes better with bacon, beginning with a delicious bacon lunch using only ingredients that start with the letter "B." Next, chefs have to create an international bacon dish that incorporates a bizarre ingredient. The final two must create the ultimate bacon dinner with only one minute to shop and a mere three aisles to shop in!
Redemption Tournament: Part 1
Four chefs who left Flavortown early in their first appearance are staging a comeback! First, chefs have to make an Italian feast with nine items or less. Next, it's substitution time as chefs make Philly cheesesteaks without hoagie rolls, beef, bell peppers or provolone. Finally, chefs try their luck at bowling in hopes of making a hometown favorite that will win them up to $20,000 and a spot in the Redemption Tournament finale.
Redemption Tournament: Part 2
Four previously eliminated chefs are back for another shot at victory in the GGG Redemption Tournament. First, chefs must turn German chocolate cake ingredients into a delicious dinner. Then, they must make something cheesy using only items whose prices begin with the number three. In the final round, chefs prepare dishes inspired by their family flavors featuring weird ingredients from the dreaded Food Pyramid. The chef who emerges victorious gets a shot at winning $20,000 and a spot in the finale!
Redemption Tournament: Part 3
Four chefs return to GGG for redemption in this special tournament. First, a roll of the dice determines that chefs must make a chicken dinner featuring tofu and radishes with just a few minutes to shop. Next, chefs must create a tasty soup and sandwich on a not-so-super budget of $11. Finally, chefs have to add French onion dip and jack fruit to a classic surf and turf dish. The winner can nab up to $20,000 and earns a spot in the tournament finale!
Redemption Tournament: Part 4
Four chefs who've been defeated in the Flavortown market before are back for redemption! First, chefs must create a fried feast using grocery bags that keep getting smaller. Next, worlds collide as the chefs dish out their best beef dinner combining the flavors of Italy and Korea. Finally, chefs present a dish from the heart that incorporates a twisted two-for-one special. The winner receives a big shopping spree and the last spot in the Redemption Tournament finale!
Redemption Tournament: Finale
The final four chefs vie for the ultimate comeback, starting with a redemption dinner using the same ingredients that caused their downfall the first time! Next, chefs play a GGG arcade favorite to win money to pay for their grilled picnic. Finally, chefs spin the Food Wheel to determine the high-priced and low-priced ingredients they must incorporate into a signature dish. Whoever is crowned champion has a chance to double their big winnings with a second shopping spree!
Grill or Be Grilled
In this special all-grilling edition of GGG, the chefs' first dish is determined by Guy Fieri's dice and must include wasabi, chocolate and two buns. Next, chefs must grill a bountiful seafood feast using only six pounds of ingredients. Finally, chefs play Guy's arcade favorite, Spreeball, to win the tofu and pineapple they must feature in their grill master's dinner.
Food Network Star Showdown
It's a star-studded event as Food Network Stars Eddie Jackson, Aaron McCargo Jr., Damaris Phillips and Justin Warner descend on Flavortown Market. First, the stars must create a delicious family dinner using only ingredients that fit into a purse-size shopping bag. Next, the stars use refrigerator magnets to come up with the round's dish: spicy pork seafood casserole. Finally, a game of Grocery Golf determines the ingredients in their best lamb dish, with the victor winning up to $20,000 for charity!
Food Wheel Free-For-All
The chefs are taking a big spin around the market with three rounds of Food Wheel games! First, chefs spin the budget wheel to win a paltry $9.04 for their pork dish. Next, chefs whirl the color wheel and land on a high-end lunch featuring the color yellow and wild boar sausage. Finally, a turn on the high/low wheels send them in search of wagyu rib eye and popcorn for their spicy dinner.
Dads are ready to duke it out in the GGG kitchen, but they aren't all smiley faces when they have to decipher a grocery list made up of emoji symbols to make their guilty pleasure. Next, fathers have to make a family favorite using only foods whose price begins with a two. Finally, the dads face off in a game of Grocery Golf to create a Sunday supper that could net one of them up to $20,000!
Guy's Dessert Games
Pastry chefs invade Flavortown along with special celebrity judges Ron Ben-Israel, Duff Goldman and Jackie Sorkin-Fernandez for an all-dessert competition! In round one, chefs roll the dice to determine that their favorite dessert must include beef jerky. Next, chefs play Guy Fieri's favorite arcade game to decide which vegetable must be featured in their birthday treat. In the final face-off, chefs must make their best chocolate dessert using nine items or less.
Guy's Summer Games
The fireworks are flying as four chefs compete in Guy Fieri's Summer Games for once-in-a-lifetime shopping spree. First, the chefs are asked to make an all-American meal featuring varied items from the store's star-spangled sample tables. Next, the chefs "roll" their way to Guy's arcade where they pick a protein for their seafood spectacular. Finally, the last two chefs tee off for must-have ingredients for a summer family favorite dish.
Four up-and-coming chefs duke it out on this rising star showdown for a chance to win up to $20,000. First, the chefs must make their breakout dish with limited ingredients. Next, the chefs must take a list of iconic breakfast items and transform it into a delicious dinner. Finally, the two remaining chefs are asked to make an on-trend dinner using a featured ingredient they select while blindfolded.
Four culinary wiz kids compete in this special kids edition of Guy's Grocery Games. First, the young chefs win a mandatory ingredient for an Italian dish using the first ever "Groceryland" board game. Next, the kids are tasked with creating their best lunch, but given a limited allowance. In the end, three chefs check out and only one gets the chance to go on a shopping spree worth up to $20,000.
Class Reunion: Food Network Star
Four chefs from Guy Fieri's winning season of Food Network Star reunite in Flavortown 10 years later. First, the Star alums must create a five-star dish using a very special list of ingredients compiled by Guy. The chefs are then hit with a special delivery from an unexpected guest. Finally, the chefs are asked to make a summer feast incorporating ingredients from the market's unpredictable sample tables.
Four chefs compete in the cheesiest showdown in Triple G history, highlighted by GGG's first-ever Cheesy Joke Counter! First, the chefs are asked to make an ooey-gooey, cheese-filled dish with big limitations. Next, the chefs must prepare a cheesy sandwich with an unbelievable twist. Finally, the two remaining chefs must make their spin on an elevated cheese dish.
Salute to Firefighters
Four firefighters are heating up the market with a chance to smoke the competition and win up to $20,000. First, the chefs must make a big dinner, but with a "small" catch. Next, the red lights are flashing as Guy asks the chefs to make a healthy lunch. Finally, the last two chefs go head-to-head making a spicy dish, but only one will climb the ladder to victory.
Chefs from around the world are spicing things up in Flavortown. First, the chefs must make a dish bringing some big hometown heat with a small twist. Next, chefs must bowl over the judges making a spicy American classic. In the last round, the final two chefs make an upscale spicy dinner with a double whammy game that will turn the heat up on the competition.
Guy's Superstar Grocery Games: Part 1
Eight of the greatest celebrity chefs face off in an epic five-week competition featuring Guy Fieri's toughest games ever. In the first round, all eight superstars must make their signature dish using only ingredients from the middle aisles. Then, in the second round, the bottom two all-stars must fight for survival in a cook-off of All-American favorites, and that isn't the only twist!
Guy's Superstar Grocery Games: Part 2
The biggest tournament in Triple-G history continues, and in the first round, the seven remaining celebrity chefs make a fine dining dinner using ingredients chosen by the dreaded Food Pyramid. Then, the bottom three superstars must fight for their survival in a diabolical round two, with one chef checking out of Flavortown.
Guy's Superstar Grocery Games: Part 3
Guy's Superstar Games continue as the remaining six celebrity chefs are paired up into teams to navigate through Guy Fieri's most terrifying game yet. In round two, the chefs must switch gears and go from savory to sweet as they make their best dessert.
Guy's Superstar Grocery Games: Part 4
The five remaining celebrity chefs go into their fourth intense week of competition in Guy Fieri's Superstar Games. In the first round, they must make a gourmet entree using Guy's son's favorite snack foods. The winning chef automatically earns a spot in the finale, while the bottom four battle it out for the remaining slots.
Guy's Superstar Grocery Games: Finale
The final four culinary superstars face three rounds of Guy Fieri's most epic games yet, as decided by the never-before-seen Wheel of Games. After each round, a chef is eliminated until one superstar remains. The victorious chef is crowned the first-ever Superstar champion and wins $40,000 for their charity of choice.
It's frightful fun and games in Flavortown! First, the chefs must use tiny jack-o'-lanterns to grab all the ingredients to make a tricked-out treat. Then, things get weird as chefs wear blindfolds to find the key item for their "dinners to die for." Finally, the chefs can only use their bare hands to shop for a mummified dish, all while contending with a frightening trick-or-treater.
Grandma and Grandpa
Grandmas and grandpas take over the grocery store! First, they must make their grandkids' favorite dish using ten items or less. Next, it's "Viva Las Vegas" as they use a culinary slot machine to select ingredients for a diner classic. Finally, the remaining grandparents must combine both old school and trendy ingredients in a winning dinner party dish.
It's a Flavortown guilty pleasures showdown, with chefs making their most decadent dishes. First, the chefs must make a fast food favorite using only ingredients over $5. Next, they must shop for their sweet and savory dinner with an unusual shopping cart. Then, the final two chefs have to roll with the punches as they make their most decadent dish yet.
Four chefs are ready to fry, fry and fry again in a Flavortown fried feud. First, Guy Fieri gives them a bizarre grocery list of ingredients for making their fried fair food. Next, the chefs find themselves in hot oil when they receive a skimpy budget to make a generous platter of fried chicken. Then, the final two chefs must use high and low priced ingredients to turn fried food into fine dining.
Ultimate GGG Rematch
It's the ultimate grudge match when the top two finalists from the biggest Triple G tournaments each return for a once in a lifetime head-to-head rematch. First, it's French chef Stephane vs. maverick chef Chase in a Redemption Tournament redo. Next, Tournament of Champions finalists Crista and Phillip have to prepare a dish determined by refrigerator magnets. Finally, the Diners, Drive-ins and Dives Tournament rematch pits poke master Reno against Carl "The Cuban" in a crazy comfort food contest on a budget.
Cooking Channel Cook-Off
Four of Cooking Channel's favorites -- Josh Elkin, Kelsey Nixon, Dan Pashman and Jazz Smollett -- are taking on Guy Fieri's twisted games. First, the chefs try to fit all the ingredients for their signature dish into the world's smallest grocery bags. Next, they bowl for the ingredients they must put in an international favorite. Finally, the remaining two hosts have to make a delicious lasagna with one small catch: traditional lasagna ingredients are off-limits!
Thanksgiving in Flavortown
Four chefs are fixin' for a Thanksgiving in Flavortown. First, they must make a regional Thanksgiving dinner using only seven pounds of ingredients. Next, in a GGG first, the chefs have only 15 minutes to whip up a party plate for unexpected houseguests. Then, the final two chefs have just two minutes to shop for an upscale Thanksgiving dinner, because Guy Fieri's closing up early in honor of Turkey Day.
Guy's Unforgettable Chefs
Four of Triple G's most unforgettable chefs are back to compete in two challenges jam-packed with unexpected turns. First, the deck is stacked against them as they create a memorable meal in a game of Wild Cards. Then, in the second and final game, the chefs shop for a Sunday family dinner with some back-breaking restrictions.
Joy to the Judges
Some of our favorite Triple G judges are decking the shopping aisles for a holiday showdown. First, they must make a wintertime favorite with only eight items or less. Next, the judges must make a holiday dessert on a Scrooge-like budget. Finally, the judges have to spin the Holiday Food Wheel to determine which mandatory ingredients will end up in their holiday family favorite.
Culinary Saved My Life 2
Four chefs who turned their lives around with cooking battle it out for a chance at a life-changing shopping spree. First, they must flip the ingredients of sweet carrot cake into a lunch. Next, after bowling to determine which aisles they can shop, they must make a family favorite. Finally, the top two chefs make an inspirational dinner featuring items chosen by a roll of the dice.
GGG Impossible: Part One
The toughest chefs compete in an epic four-part Triple G Impossible Tournament, featuring Guy Fieri's most impossible games and the most daunting challenge yet, Mr. Impossible himself, Robert Irvine. In the first round of the tournament, three chefs make a lumberjack breakfast using ingredients that all start with a single letter. Then, the remaining two chefs must shop for their seafood feast using a child-size cart. The winner of the first two games earns $10,000 and a shot at up to $10,000 more if they can beat Robert in a head-to-head cook-off, where they must make a fusion dish.
GGG Impossible: Part Two
It's part two of the Triple G Impossible tournament, in which the winning chef competes against Robert Irvine for an additional $10,000. First, the three chefs must make a steakhouse dinner using only six pounds of ingredients. Next, the remaining two chefs must create a seafood feast using only ingredients from a bag, box or jar. The last chef standing wins $10,000 before having to battle Robert Irvine in an unforgettable finale.
Four chefs are dashing through the market in a holiday madness showdown. First, the chefs must flip a fruitcake on its head and turn it into a New Year's dinner. Next, the chefs take on Flavortown's version of a Christmas tree, the Food Pyramid, to determine the special ingredients used in their family classic. Then, the final two chefs must make a holiday brunch using only one ingredient from each aisle, and the winner shops for up to $20,000 in holiday mad money.
GGG Impossible: Part Three
Three more chefs are vying for a chance to compete against Robert Irvine in Triple G Impossible Tournament, round three! First, the chefs make a stacked breakfast using wild items determined by a deck of cards. Next, the remaining two chefs must flip the ingredients for a protein shake into an elegant dinner. The last chef standing receives $10,000 before entering a cook-off against Mr. Impossible himself, in which refrigerator magnets choose their dish.
GGG Impossible: Finale
The winners of the first three rounds of the Triple G Impossible Tournament compete to take on Robert Irvine once more in the finale. First, the chefs must use the "impossible" items on Guy Fieri's grocery list to make a decadent sandwich. Next, the remaining two chefs must make a hearty family dinner using only frozen and canned ingredients. The last chef standing wins another $10,000 and a shot at more money and the title of champion, but only if they can make a more unforgettable dish than all-star chef Robert Irvine.
Four courageous chefs are determined to reach the top playing three twisted rounds of the Food Pyramid! First, the Pyramid picks the equipment, produce and total ingredient weight for their updated classics. Next, the chefs have to make a classic burger and fries using the meat, condiment and buns selected by the unpredictable pyramid. Then, the final two chefs confront the triangle of terror one last time, as it picks the type of dish they must make. The winner will enjoy the pinnacle of success -- a shopping spree worth up to $20,000.
Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives Tournament 2: Part 1
Sixteen of the best DDD chefs are competing in Flavortown for another epic Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives Tournament. Four chefs kick things off by making a belly-busting lunch despite the express lane's seven item limit. Next, making surf and turf is tough when the Food Wheel hands them a high-priced turf item and a low-priced surf item. Finally, the last two DDD chefs must take their taste buds on a road trip to determine which regional version of burgers and fries they'll be whipping up.
Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives Tournament 2: Part 2
Four new DDD chefs must start by giving a new spin to the classic apple pie by flipping its ingredients into dinner. Next, the competitors serve up their version of sliders, featuring a surprise ingredient they select with shuffleboard pucks. Finally, Guy Fieri sends his remote-controlled convertible across a map of the USA to decide which regional version of a fried entree the last two chefs must dish up. The winning chef earns a shopping spree for up to $20,000 and a spot in the tournament finale.
Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives Tournament 2: Part 3
The Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives Tournament continues as four more DDD chefs try to win a Flavortown shopping spree and a spot in the finale. Making a hot sandwich sounds easy until the chefs find out that one of the key ingredients is out of stock! Next, preparing a seafood special becomes hard when the chefs roll dice that limit their shopping options. Finally, Guy Fieri takes the last two DDD chefs on a mini road trip to decide what regional take on a pork dinner they'll be presenting.
Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives Tournament 2: Part 4
Four more DDD chefs compete to earn up to $20,000 plus the last spot in the Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives Tournament finale by making classic diner meals. First, the chefs must create a lunch counter special using only ingredients that start with a specific letter of the alphabet. Next, they must make a deluxe diner dinner on a not-so-deluxe budget. Finally, Guy takes the last two chefs on a culinary road trip to determine which regional take on a chicken entree they must make.
Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives Tournament 2: Finale
For the finale, Guy Fieri takes the final four DDD chefs on an epic cross-country road trip by dividing Flavortown into the East Coast, Midwest and West Coast. First, Guy turns the frozen section into a chilly New York scene, where chefs must thaw out ingredients for an East Coast high-end dinner. Next, the chefs must make an all-American dish by shopping the Midwest -- or at least the middle aisles of the store! The tournament ends with a huge twist as the last two chefs serve up a West Coast winner's dinner and battle it out the shot at an additional $20,000 and the DDD title.
Guy's Chocolate Games
Four chocolate masters compete to turn this rich treat into sweet and savory dishes that could earn one of them up to $20,000. First, they have to flip a German chocolate cake into the ultimate lunch. Next, the chefs play an arcade game to determine their personal budgets for a decadent chocolate dessert. In the final game, two chefs determine the not-so-sexy ingredients in their romantic chocolate dinner with the spin of a wheel of chance.
Standup comics team up with Food Network all-star mentors in hilarious grocery games to earn money for charity. First, the comedians must make a late night dinner using only the ingredients they can fit in a very small shopping bag. Next, the comedians are given a list of funny-sounding foods to turn into an impressive dinner for their agent. You won't believe which comic gets the last laugh!
Big Bacon Battle 2
It's GGG's second BBB: Big Bacon Battle. Four pork-loving chefs cook up sizzling bacon dishes that will land one of them in hog heaven with up to $20,000! First, they must make the ultimate bacon dish, despite a nine-item shopping limit. Then, chefs prepare an elevated bacon dish using the not so sweet items on Guy Fieri's mandatory grocery list. Finally, Guy uses refrigerator magnets to generate the name of their final bacon creation: smoky chocolate BBQ.
Supermarket Masters Tournament: Part 1
16 chefs who have mastered and won Guy's Grocery Games are back to compete in an epic five-week event: The Supermarket Masters Tournament. Four amazing GGG winners kick things off by making an upscale dinner that turns into an uphill battle when they discover the ingredients have to start with the same letter. Next, making a tricked-out pizza turns even trickier when Guy Fieri gives them a $12 budget. Then, the final two chefs have to serve up Asian takeout that includes high-priced and low-priced items chosen by a wheel of chance.
Supermarket Masters Tournament: Part 2
The Supermarket Masters Tournament continues as four more GGG winners compete for a guaranteed $10,000 and a shot at winning up to $25,000 more in the finale. First, the chefs have to serve up a plate of hometown comfort with only five pounds of ingredients. Next, the chefs make an elevated burger featuring strange sample table items. Then, the remaining two chefs must serve up a Mexican fiesta after shopping only in the aisles chosen in a game of bowling.
Supermarket Masters Tournament: Part 3
Four more GGG winners are ready to master the store in part three of the Supermarket Masters Tournament. First, they must make a steakhouse dinner, even though the meat and seafood sections of the market are unexpectedly closed. Next, they must make an upscale lunch that is almost upended by the budget and restrictions dictated by the Food Pyramid. Then, the chefs create very different winner's dinners when one chef shops the odd aisles and the other the even aisles. Finally, for the first time in GGG history, Guy Fieri calls a fourth round, making the last chefs whip up their best breakfast in only 15 minutes.
Supermarket Masters Tournament: Part 4
Four past GGG winners are vying for an instant $10,000 and the last spot in the Supermarket Masters Tournament finale. First, they must make a high-end, old-school dinner that includes the mish-mash of ingredients on Guy's Grocery List. Next, the chefs race against the clock to make a super sandwich and side in just 15 minutes. Then, the last two chefs pick wild cards to determine the international cuisine and comfort dish they must combine to make their finest fusion dish.
Supermarket Masters Tournament: Finale
The final four Supermarket Masters are ready to compete for the title of champion and the biggest shopping spree ever, worth up to $25,000. First, it's a dinner rush as the chefs get only 20 minutes to shop, cook and plate an Italian dish. Next, the chefs let a roll of the dice determine the components of their grilled seafood dinner. In the final round, the chefs have to shop for their ingredients for a "winner winner chicken dinner" using only a roasting pan, but that isn't even the biggest twist!
Family Food Feud
Two families are going head-to-head in the market in the ultimate Family Food Feud, worth up to $20,000. First, one member of each family must prepare their best pork dish using a grocery list of the Fieri Family's Favorites Ingredients. Next, the men in the families face off in a seafood dinner showdown, hindered by a tuna sandwich-sized budget. Then, it's sweet versus savory as the final two members of each family must use only seven items to make their family favorite.
GGG vs. Iron Chefs
Three of Grocery Games' biggest winners are taking each other on to earn the right to battle an Iron Chef. First they must flip the ingredients in the camping classic, s'mores, into a high-end dinner. Then, the two survivors must make an elevated lunch using only one ingredient per aisle. The last GGG chef standing goes head-to-head against Iron Chef Alex Guarnaschelli in a battle featuring three secret ingredients! With $10,000 on the line, the question is: Whose cuisine will reign supreme?
Friend or Foe
Chefs who just met are forced to pair up and compete against other teams of perfect strangers for a shot at big money. First, teams must serve up a fried feast using only ingredients that begin with the letter "F." Next, the duos must create a fine dining dinner on a bare-bones budget. The surviving team is confronted with the most diabolical surprise yet: do they want to split $10,000 as friends, or compete against each other as foes in one last winner-take-all challenge worth $20,000?
All Star Moms
Three all-star judges -- Beau MacMillan, Aarti Sequeira and Justin Warner -- and their moms are ready to shop and cook their way to a $20,000 victory for charity. First, Guy Fieri's mom gives the judge/mom duos a list of mandatory ingredients to feature in a Mother's Day dinner. Next, the chefs throw it back to their childhoods when Guy has them do all the shopping for their childhood favorite using kiddie carts. Mamma mia!
All Burgers 2
Four burger masters are ready to see how they stack up against each other in a contest worth up to $20,000. First, the chefs must shop for the ingredients for an over-the-top burger using an underwhelming, tiny bag. Next, the chefs make their take on a classic burger without any of the classic ingredients. Then, when one of the finalists falls by the wayside, the judges are forced to hustle their buns and compete in a surprise burger finale.
Grocery Grudge Match
Returning GGG chefs are ready to contest their defeats by taking on their former Flavortown rivals in three winner-take-all grudge matches worth a guaranteed $5,000 each! In the first grudge match, two chefs who were originally forced to team up go head-to-head in a decadent dinner challenge using only ingredients that start with the same letter. In the second grudge match, two chefs from Guy Fieri's Summer Games are back to make a fine dining dinner featuring the ingredient that caused them headaches in their original match-up. In the final grudge match, GGG judge Duskie Estes is back to redeem her surprise loss to fellow judge Troy Johnson by creating a California dinner using nine items or less.
Father Cooks Best
It's a Father's Day feast when three dads and their kids pit their family recipes against each other for a shot at $20,000! First, they must make their greatest grilled dinner using the processed ingredients found in the store's middle aisle. Then, dads and kids enjoy a round of bowling that will determine the store ingredients they'll have to score for their game day favorites.
Twin It to Win It
Three pairs of twins team up to show that two head chefs are better than one at winning up to $20,000 in Flavortown! First, chefs who share the same birthday have to turn birthday cake ingredients in a delicious dinner. Then, the remaining family duos roll a pair of dice to determine the crazy culinary restrictions for their "classic duo" dish.
The market has been turned into a midway so that four carnival food chefs can compete for a jackpot worth up to $20,000! First, they try their luck spinning a wheel of chance for the ingredients in their fried classic. Next, chefs play Guy Fieri's arcade favorite, Spree Ball, to determine the budget for their "something on a stick" specialty. Then, the final two chefs use darts to pop the balloons that determine which aisles they can shop to create elevated carnival food.
Four cheese-loving chefs compete in three ooey-gooey games for a chance to win all the cheddar: $20,000. First, the chefs must shop for ingredients for an ultimate cheesy dish using kiddie carts! Next, the chefs have to flip the beloved mac and cheese into an elegant cheese dish. The final two chefs try to melt the judges' hearts with their signature cheese dish -- featuring pork rinds!
All in the Family
Guy Fieri invites a family of four chefs to go head-to-head in a fun-filled face-off for big bucks and bragging rights! First, the family members are forced to make a hot lunch using only five pounds of ingredients. Next, family members serve up their best noodle dish using the goofy ingredients they get from a gumball machine. Finally, it's kin against kin as the last two chefs make their family favorite dish using ingredients from either the odd- or even-numbered aisles.
Four American heroes -- a cop, a firefighter, an EMT and an Air Force vet -- test their culinary might in a battle worth up to $20,000. First, the heroes are inspired by legendary rapper-turned-judge Rev Run to "wok this way," using a wok to shop for and cook a hearty crew meal. Next, the chefs must test their skills in Guy Fieri's classic arcade game, Spree Ball, to determine the ingredients in their hero sandwiches. Then, the final two attempt to make a leisurely day off dinner, but Guy announces "closing time!" without warning.
Four of America's hottest food bloggers go head-to-head in a culinary battle worth up to $20,000! First, the bloggers have to make something "between two buns" using a list of top-searched ingredients on the web. Next, they must make their best taco platter without any of the traditional taco ingredients. Finally, the last two bloggers must turn out a "trending dinner" featuring hot and not-so-hot ingredients chosen by Guy Fieri's dreaded Food Wheel.
Four grill masters hit Flavortown for some red-hot grillin' games! First, they must think small and fit all the ingredients for their hometown grilled special into ultra-tiny grocery bags. Next, they play a game of Grocery Golf to find out which wild ingredients they must feature in their best grilled sandwich. Then, the two final chefs are interrupted while shopping for a steak dinner when Guy Fieri announces "closing time!" Can they stand the heat and win up to $20,000, or will their hopes go up in flames?
When four culinary juniors come to Flavortown, someone could get schooled! First up, the kids use items from Flavortown's sample tables to make a school lunch remix. Next, the young chefs weigh their options of ingredients for international dishes. In the end, only one junior will earn a chance to shop Flavortown for up to $20,000!
Superstars Tournament Part 1
Eight of America's best celebrity chefs are competing against each other in a no-holds-barred $40,000 tournament! First, the Superstars confront every shopper's mortal enemy, the express lane! But since they're the best, Guy Fieri gives them an extreme limitation: four ingredients or less to make their best Italian dish. The bottom two chefs must go head-to-head in the single-elimination Redemption Round, making a seafood feast using one ingredient from each and every aisle. In the end, one chef exits while the others stay alive in this five part tournament that will earn one chef big money for charity!
Superstars Tournament Part 2
It's part two of the Superstars tournament, and the theme is budget battle royale! The seven remaining celebrity chefs are each given $36.01 to buy their groceries, but should they spend it all on the initial "taco combo" challenge or keep money in reserve in case they must cook again in the Redemption Round? The three bottom chefs are forced to duke it out for survival by making a decadent dessert with whatever money they have left. In the end, one chef goes home and six move one step closer to winning $40,000 for charity.
Superstars Tournament Part 3
In the third leg of the Guy's Grocery Games: Superstars Tournament, the remaining six chefs are all given the same grocery list, but must compete in three one-on-one battles to see who makes the best breakfast, lunch or dinner. The winners of these match-ups are safe, but the three that get edged out head into the Redemption Round, where they must flip the ingredients of tiramisu into an elegant entree. Which two chefs will rejoin their peers for the semifinals and get another shot at becoming champions for charity?
Superstars Tournament Part 4
It's the semifinals of the Guy's Grocery Games: Superstars Tournament and Guy Fieri has devised two shocking shopping cart games for the five remaining celebrity chefs. First, they must search the store to discover where Guy has hidden their personal carts, only to find that they must make their best burger and fries with a bizarre ingredient that he left in each one. The winner gets an automatic pass to the finale, while the bottom four must fight for redemption by making their cheesiest dish -- after Guy's surprise twist of a four-way cart swap!
Superstars Tournament Finale
It's the finale of the Triple G Superstars Tournament and the final four celebrity chefs are all vying to become the champion, but first they must face Guy Fieri's most diabolical challenge yet: The Double Wheel o' Games. They must play not one, but two extreme grocery games in each round as they attempt to prepare their best fried dish and a high-end dish. The final two culinary giants must then make their signature dish during two more treacherous games. Who will become the Superstar champion and win $40,000 for their charity?
They've seen every episode and know every twist, and now three of GGG's biggest superfans get to play their favorite Flavortown games! Luckily, their favorite GGG judges -- Beau MacMillan, Damaris Phillips and Aarti Sequeira -- are on hand to mentor them as they attempt to shop for a dynamite diner dish using kiddie carts. Then, these GGG aficionados must stretch their dollars to the limit to make their best seafood dinner on a budget. The last superfan standing gets to shop their favorite store, Flavortown Market, for up to $20,000!
Guy's Ghostly Games
It's Halloween in Flavortown as four chefs do battle in a three-round fright fest! First, the chefs must include Guy Fieri's "red fright special" in their creepy comfort food dish. Then, they are challenged with making a midnight snack using only ingredients they can fit in a tiny trick or treat bucket. A cobwebbed Food Pyramid decides which eerie ingredients the final two chefs must feature in their haunted high-end dinner. Only the bravest chef will make it to the shopping spree and shop Flavortown for up to $20,000!
Flavortown turns into Spice City when four chefs who like their food with some heat fight for the title of Spice Master. First, the chefs must flip the ingredients of bread pudding into a spicy high-end dinner. Next, chefs play Spree Ball to determine which pepper they must feature in their signature spicy dish. Then, the final two must make a spicy guilty pleasure using four ingredients with pepper in their name, with the hottest chef winning up to $20,000.
One Shop Showdown
Four thrifty chefs are given only one five-minute shop and $60 to buy all the groceries to last them the entire competition. Without returning to the market to replenish their supplies, the chefs must make a comfort classic breakfast, a spicy lunch and a fried dinner. The chef that makes their single shop count and serves up the best meals earns a final Flavortown shopping trip worth up to $20,000.
It's sur-pie-val of the fittest when four dough throwers compete in a pizza playoff. First, the chefs must cook decadent pizzas featuring the high-priced topping and low-priced cheese chosen by Guy Fieri's Pizza Wheel. Next, they must grab all the ingredients to make a guilty pleasure pizza with their bare hands. Then, the final two are forced to make a pie that's "out of the pizza box" because pizza dough is suddenly out of stock! In the end, only one pizza pro gets the dough -- up to $20,000!
GGG Gives Thanks
In the holiday spirit of giving, Triple-G judges mentor three talented graduates of Worth Our Weight -- a culinary program for deserving youth. First, our up-and-coming chefs must make a Thanksgiving feast using only the ingredients they can fit in a traditional cornucopia basket. Then they must prepare a fall staple using a list of the Fieri family's favorite ingredients. It's all gravy in the end as the winner earns $10,000.
Clash of the Classics
Guy Fieri turns back the clocks in Flavortown and throws back to the dishes we all grew up on. First, he asks the chefs to update a classic dish in a Retro Re-dux using limited ingredients. Then, the chefs must choose which ingredients they want to feature in their regional retro dish from Guy's infamous sample tables. Finally, the remaining two chefs decide what kind of dish they're going to make with the help of Guy's retro refrigerator magnets. In the end, only one chef will go on to shop Flavortown for up to $20,000.
Last Judge Standing Tournament Part 1
Eight Triple G judges step out from behind the judging table to compete in a five-part tournament where the Last Judge Standing will win $40,000 for charity. First, Guy Fieri spins a wheel featuring all the judges' smiling faces to determine whose least favorite ingredients will wind up in their steak house dinner. The two judges that land at the bottom fight for survival in the Redemption Round where they make a meal determined by refrigerator magnets. Whoever wins gets to rejoin their fellow judges in part two.
Last Judge Standing Tournament Part 2
Seven Triple G judges return to Flavortown to continue the tournament that will earn the Last Judge Standing $40,000 for charity. First, they must combine numbers and letters while making their best pasta dish by using only up to eight ingredients ... that all start with the letter S! The bottom three chefs will then play a game of Wild Cards where one set of cards determine the comfort dish they must make and the other decides the style of international cuisine they must use. Only the top two card sharks will rejoin their fellow chefs in part three.
Last Judge Standing Tournament Part 3
The six remaining Flavortown judges form teams of two to prepare a regional seafood dish on limited funds in a Budget Battle with an unprecedented twist. The bottom two teams break up in an every-chef-for-themselves cook-off in the Redemption Round. Guy Fieri then declares 'Dinner Rush!' and the four judges have only 20 minutes to make an elevated guilty pleasure that will determine who will move on to the tournament semi-finals.
Last Judge Standing Tournament Part 4
It's the semi-finals of the Last Judge Standing Tournament, and the remaining five Triple G judges find themselves in an ooey gooey situation as they prepare their best cheese dish while playing three of Flavortown's hardest games. The winner heads directly to the finale, and the remaining judges must make a refined dinner featuring the international ingredients they were unable to bowl down in Guy Fieri's impromptu alley. In the end, only four chefs will move on to the final round.
Last Judge Standing Tournament Finale: Judgment Day
Judgment Day is here and the question of biblical proportions is: which Flavortown judge will be crowned the tournament champ? The final four begin with a chicken dinner featuring a grocery list of the panelists' least favorite ingredients. Things lighten up a bit when the judges face a twisted version of Guy Fieri's Food Pyramid that determines their ingredients' weight limits, the dish they'll serve and the weird item they must feature in it. The final two judges must make a Judgment Day dinner using an unusual list of seven ingredients ... and nothing else! The Last Judge Standing will win $40,000 for charity!
DDD Holiday Showdown
Guy Fieri has invited four members of his Triple D family to Flavortown for a Holiday Throwdown. First, Guy plays Secret Santa and gives the chefs gift boxes containing the unique ingredients they must use in their holiday ham dish. Then, they all receive stockings filled with sweets and treats that must be included in their family holiday dinner. The winning chef gets to deck their shopping cart with up to $20,000!
On a GGG first, Guy Fieri gives the chefs three turbo-charged games with only 15 to 20 minutes to shop, cook and plate. These chefs will have to put their speed to the test making breakfast, lunch and dinner over three shortened rounds. Guy is also throwing in a few obstacles to make it a little more challenging. Whoever comes out on top will earn some serious bragging rights and the chance to shop Flavortown for up to $20,000.
Four fried-food fanatics enter Flavortown to take on Guy Fieri's deep-fried games. First, Guy hooks them up with a special ingredient they must use in their far-out fried food dish. Then, they're challenged with making their best fried dish using only foods that start with the letter "F." Finally, Guy gets the most over-the-top fried dishes from the Fried Food Wheel.
GGG vs. DDD
Two of Guy Fieri's worlds collide as chefs from both Diners, Drive-ins and Dives and Guy's Grocery Games are pit against each other in some serious culinary combat! First, Guy gives the chefs a personalized shopping list to help them make their team's classic duo. Then, Guy has the teams play a game of bowling to decide which aisles they can shop from for their surf and turf combo. Which team will reign supreme?
The heat is on in Flavortown with Guy Fieri's spiciest games yet. First, Guy hands out a list with some must-have ingredients for their spicy chicken dish. Then, in the hottest game in GGG history, Guy spins the brutal Wheel O' Pain to determine which super-spicy pepper they can use in their hometown heat dish. Finally, the last two chefs must cook a dish with some high-end heat with only $20! In the end, only one chef will stand the heat and earn a shopping spree worth up to $20,000.
GGG International All Stars
It's an international culinary showdown when four returning GGG chefs representing Latin, French, Italian and Korean cuisines battle it out to see who will take home the title. First, Guy Fieri gives them an item limit for making their hometown favorite. Next, their speed is put to the test when Guy has them serve up an international lunch in less than 15 minutes. Finally, the chefs must make their best international high-end dinner featuring both higher and lower-end ingredients chosen by a couple of Guy's specialty food wheels. In the end, only one international all star will come out on top.
GGG Judges and Their Spouses
Three of GGG's most beloved judges bring their significant others to Flavortown for some friendly competition. In a round one game of trust, Guy Fieri asks the couples to shop together for a romantic dinner while one person wears a blindfold. Then Guy challenges the two remaining couples to fuse their favorite dishes, leaving the judges to decide which fusion is worth a $20,000 shopping spree.
For the first time in GGG history, none of the competing chefs get to shop for their ingredients. Instead, Guy Fieri gives them each a cart full of groceries that has to last all three rounds, and he decides what they make in each round with a spin of his dish wheel. The chefs are challenged to make do with what they have, hoping they have what it takes to shop Flavortown for up to $20,000.
Penny pinching is the name of the game as Guy Fieri challenges four chefs to budget wisely with $40 and two grueling rounds of shopping and cooking. First, he asks them to make a guilty pleasure dish, and then they must use whatever money they have left to purchase enough ingredients to make an elevated hometown classic. In the end, only one chef will successfully turn $40 into a shot at $20,000.
Frozen Food Fight
Flavortown has frozen over! Guy Fieri puts four talented chefs through three rounds of shopping and cooking from the frozen foods section. First, he asks for a meat and potatoes dish. Then, in round two, he asks them to make their best lobster dish but throws them a curve ball with an Ice Block Challenge that puts their hopes of winning on ice. Finally, in the final round, the remaining chefs must make an international dinner by bowling for ingredients with a frozen turkey. In the end, only one chef will ice out the competition and shop Flavortown for up to $20,000.
Flavortown Honors Firefighters
Four firefighter chefs put their culinary chops to the test in a night of competitive camaraderie. First, Guy Fieri closes and opens aisles at random while the chefs try to make their Firehouse Favorite. In the second round, Guy asks the chefs to make a 5-alarm spicy dish with an ingredient chosen by one of his toughest games. Only one firefighter will walk out of Flavortown with the prize money and bragging rights.
Sweet and Savory Duos
Guy Fieri invites three teams of sweet and savory duos to put their chemistry to the test. First, they must make an all-American comfort dinner and dessert using items from a mandatory list provided by Guy. Then, the two remaining teams must make a steakhouse entree and dessert on a tight budget. Only one duo will get to shop Flavortown for up to $20,000.
Guy Fieri transforms Flavortown into a high-end restaurant and invites four chefs for three rounds of 5-star cooking. First, Guy challenges the chefs to elevate the ingredients in a frozen TV dinner, and in round two, he asks them to make their signature dish on less than $20 each. Finally, the competition heats up when Guy asks for a 5-Star Flambe, though he closes down some essential aisles during their shop, and the judges decide which elegant dish is worth a $20,000 shopping spree.
Full Meal Madness
It's a full-on, full meal face-off when Guy Fieri gives the chefs 45 minutes to make three courses in each round. First, they do all the shopping for their full diner meal in miniature-sized carts. Then, they are at the mercy of Guy's ruthless Pyramid game when choosing the courses for their dinner party meal. In the end, only one chef will beat out the others and go on to shop Flavortown for up to $20,000.
Guy Fieri has invited four top sandwich makers to Flavortown to see who can deliver under the pressure. First, Guy tasks the chefs with making their signature sandwich using only six pounds of ingredients. Next, Guy asks them to make an outside-the-box sandwich using some twisted bread and cheese substitutes that force the judges to make a tough decision. The surprise ending will go down as a first in GGG history!
Judge vs. Judge
Flavortown judges go head-to-head in three one-on-one battles. First, new school meets old school as Food Network Star Justin Warner faces off against celebrity chef Rocco DiSpirito. In round two, grilled cheese master Eric Greenspan goes up against Chef Aaron May. Finally, Triple-D chef Carl Ruiz and restauranteur Antonia Lofaso show off their regional cooking chops in a final round that must be seen to be believed.
Bacon to the Max
Four bacon-ators throw down in Flavortown for a shot at $20,000. First, Guy Fieri asks the chefs to create an over-the-top bacon dish but throws them a curveball while they're shopping. Next, Guy asks for some gourmet "swine" dining but only gives the chefs a bare-bones budget. Finally, the two remaining chefs must transform the ingredients from a bacon and egg sandwich into a high-end dinner.
Guy Fieri challenges four chefs to use their noodles to outwit his challenges in three rounds of games. First, they have to make their signature noodle dish using limited ingredients. Then, they must make a classic noodle dish featuring a Wild Card ingredient. Finally, the chefs have to use a list of mandatory items to make their refined noodle dish, and the winner gets a shot at $20,000.
Guy Fieri's playing his cheesiest games and telling his cheesiest jokes, so four cheese experts start out by creating their signature cheese dish with a wild card decided by the luck of the draw. Then, the chefs are asked to make a cheesy international dish using nine ingredients or less. Finally, Guy has the chefs transform jalapeno poppers into a high-end cheesy dinner, and the winner gets a chance at $20,000.
Four pie-pros compete in two plus-sized rounds of mouth-watering pizzas. First, Guy Fieri challenges the chefs to make not one, but two pizzas using only what they can fit into an empty pizza box. Then, he doubles down again by asking them to make a sweet pizza and a savory one, both featuring a very special ingredient. The chef who has the best slice will go on to shop for a chance at $20,000.
April Fools' Games
Guy Fieri pulls the biggest prank in GGG history when he fools three judges into competing in a knee-slapping, action-packed, two-game contest. To challenge the chefs, Guy brings out his most devious game yet -- the Guy Face Wheel. Then he throws down a challenge that leaves the judges terrified. In the end, only one judge-turned-surprise-competitor will win Guy's April Fools' Games and take home the winnings.
Single Shop Showdown
Four chefs are given one chance to shop for all three rounds -- and they have no idea what they'll be asked to make. First, Guy Fieri asks the chefs to make their best lunch. They'll then have to use their remaining ingredients to make an international dish featuring a surprise ingredient from the international aisle. Finally, the chefs must use the ingredients they've saved to make their best refined dinner. Only one chef will out-cook the others and earn a shopping spree worth up to $20,000.
Over-the-Top Food Fest
Triple G goes way out of bounds when Guy Fieri invites some of the most over-the-top and creative chefs to Flavortown. He starts by asking them to make their most outrageous dish using only the ingredients they can fit in under-sized bags. Then, the chefs must make a stacked-and-jacked dish using a variety of restrictions chosen by Guy's dice. Finally, Guy has the remaining chefs make a decadent late-night dish featuring the ingredients from Guy's grocery list. Only one over-the-top chef will rise to the top and shop Flavortown for up to $20,000.
Kids take on Flavortown after Guy Fieri invites four bite-sized chefs to play two huge games. He even brings his son Ryder to help out with the festivities. First, Guy asks the kids to make their signature dish using size-appropriate shopping carts. Then, the kids are asked to make their weekend treat using a list decided by Guy's eldest son Hunter. In the end, the culinary kid who out-cooks the others will get a chance to shop Flavortown for up to $20,000.
Dynamic duos are taking over Flavortown Market to show they have the teamwork skills to take on Guy Fieri's games. First, Guy gives them a list of must-have ingredients for a classic duo dish. Then, he asks the chefs to make an unforgettable dish after an unforgettable game of grocery bowling. In the end, only one team will prevail and shop for a shot at up to $20,000.
GGG All-Stars and Their Moms
Three GGG competitors are returning to Flavortown to compete in teams with their mothers! They have two rounds of Guy Fieri's games to prove that they have chemistry in the kitchen. First, things get nostalgic when they have to update a childhood favorite food -- only to have Guy throw a wrench in their plans. Then, the teams must make Mom's dream meal on a budget of less than $14. In the end, only one pair will beat out the rest and earn a shopping spree worth up to $20,000.
GGG List Games
Everyone goes grocery shopping with a list, so Guy Fieri has three list-themed games prepared for the chefs in Flavortown. First, he gives them a list of ingredients that they must use in their childhood favorite dish, followed by a list of ingredients they can't use when making their best spaghetti and meatballs. Then, in a shocking third round, the chefs have to turn a list of dessert ingredients into a winning dish to earn a chance at raking in $20,000.
Bigger Better Burgers
Four GGG winners return to Flavortown for a big burger battle. First, Guy Fieri requires the chefs to squeeze all the ingredients for their international burgers into tiny shopping bags. Then, in a burger-themed game of shuffleboard, the chefs pick unusual items to use in their unconventional burgers. Finally, they're randomly assigned a cheese for their gluttonous cheeseburger, and the competitor with the better burger goes on a shopping spree worth up to $20,000.
All-Star Grocery Rush
Guy Fieri has four culinary all-stars battling against the clock in three games where they'll have to both shop and cook in 20 minutes or less. First, they must make a fried feast in just 15 minutes. Then, they go on a record-breaking trip around the world making an international dinner in less than 20 minutes. Finally, the two remaining chefs will make a guilty pleasure in just 20 minutes. It's a battle of speed and only one all-star will earn a chance at a quick $20,000.
Food Network Star Duos
Three Food Network Stars bring their best friends from their seasons of the show to take on Guy Fieri's games. First, the teams must create a fusion of their cooking styles featuring a special ingredient delivered by Guy. Then, the remaining teams must create a classic duo while several crucial aisles are shut down. In the end, only one shining Food Network Star team will win a shot at a shopping spree worth $20,000.
DDD Dads and Their Kids
Three chef dads from Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives team up with their kids to take on some of Guy Fieri's most brain-twisting games. First, the teams have to make a big grilled feast using only ingredients that start with the letter "S." In the second and final round, the remaining teams pick ingredients for their dream dinner one-by-one in an ingredient draft pick game. The pressure's on, as only one father-kid team will get to shop Flavortown for up to $20,000.
Express Lane Extreme
Guy Fieri puts the chefs to the test with games of extreme limitations. First, the chefs make their best chicken dish using only eight ingredients. Then, Guy asks for a regional comfort dish with a seven-ingredient limit. Finally, the chefs can only choose six ingredients to make a late-night guilty pleasure worthy of shopping Flavortown for up to $20,000.
GGG's Salute to Summer
To celebrate America and the people who have served it, Guy Fieri invites four chef veterans from different branches of the military to compete in two summer-themed games. And for the first time ever, it's all done in front of a live audience made entirely of veterans. First, the chefs have to make a summer seafood feast using what they can fit into a shockingly small mini-cooler. Then, the chef-vets will have to elevate a summer classic dish as decided by a game of Corn Hole. Only one chef will be crowned winner of GGG's salute to summer and earn a $20,000 payday.
Three young chefs are in for a day they'll never forget as they're paired up with their culinary idols for two games of grocery madness. First, the young chefs and their idols have to elevate a cafeteria lunch on a limited budget. Then, Guy Fieri gives them a special ingredient that they have to use in their unforgettable dinner. Only one young chef and their idol will come out on top and get a once-in-a-lifetime shopping spree for up to $20,000!
Guy Fieri invites teams of chef-siblings to compete in two games that will push their sibling bonds to the limit. First, the teams must decide which items from Guy's sample tables they want to feature in their family dinner. Then, he asks the duos to make a decadent dish while throwing them a curve ball that will have them rethinking their strategy. Ultimately, one sibling pair will pull it all together to win a shopping spree worth up to $20,000.
Guy's Italian Games
Three chefs put their Italian cooking skills to the test in Guy Fieri's Italian-themed games. First, the chefs must make a pasta dish using eight ingredients or less. Then they're challenged to make a pizza and a side dish using items found on Flavortown's sample tables. The winner of the second round gets an automatic $10,000 and a shot at another $10,000 if they can beat one of GGG's legendary Italian chef-judges in a shocking final battle.
Family Food Feud: Part 2
It's a family affair in Flavortown when two restaurant-owning families compete for a chance at a $20,000 shopping spree. Each round, the families must choose one member to compete in a challenge that will earn a key advantage in the next round. First, they must make their family favorite on a tight budget. Then, Guy Fieri asks them to make their best burger, but he gives them a list of key ingredients they can't use. Finally, the last member of each family decides which dish they'll be making from Guy's refrigerator magnets.
Two GGG juggernauts, Alex Guarnaschelli and Rocco DiSpirito, return to compete with their teams of Flavortown regulars in Guy Fieri's most hard-hitting games. In each round, one chef from each team will face off in crazy, tailor-made games to win an advantage for their team in the following round. In the end, only one team will win and be crowned GGG's Supermarket Heavyweight champions.
Guy Fieri welcomes competitors back to Flavortown to settle the score in three head-to-head rounds of rematches. First, two sandwich masters who tied in their first competition return to find out once and for all whose sandwich is the best. Then, a vegan and a meat-lover face off to make their best interpretations of a high-end dinner. Finally, two families battle it out to see who can make the best Sunday supper.
It's a night of culinary experiments, modern techniques and out-of-this-world plating when Guy Fieri brings four food scientists to Flavortown to showcase their molecular gastronomy skills. In the first round, Guy gives the chefs the basic ingredients of a hamburger and asks them to flip it into a modern dinner. Next, the chefs must make a twist on an American classic with restrictions dictated by the Food Pyramid. Then, in the final round, the chefs can only shop in either the odd or even aisles when making their wow-worthy dish for a $20,000 payday!
Comfort Food Cook-Off
Guy Fieri brings four comfort food experts to Flavortown to compete in games that will push them out of their comfort zone. First, the chefs must make their signature dish while incorporating a list of mandatory ingredients. Then, they must prepare an elevated comfort classic using a mystery canned ingredient. Finally, the remaining chefs make a regional comfort dish on a tight budget to earn a shopping spree worth up to $20,000.
Meals From the Middle Madness
Guy Fieri tests the limits of four chefs by allowing them to shop only in the middle aisles of the store. That means no fresh produce, no fresh meat and no fresh dairy. First, Guy asks the chefs to make a breakfast without fresh eggs. Then, he asks for a hot lunch, but the chefs have to guess the price of a fresh protein in order to get it. Finally, the chefs have to make a family dinner incorporating ingredients from Guy's imperfect produce section. Only one chef will rise from the middle and come out on top for a shopping spree worth up to $20,000.
Everything From Scratch
Making an entire meal from scratch is a challenge -- now imagine doing it in only 30 minutes! Four chefs who specialize in scratch cooking take on two grueling rounds, making everything from the bottom up. First, the chefs have to make a sandwich and side incorporating ingredients from Guy Fieri's grocery list. Then, in the final round, the chefs have a $20 budget to make their best pasta dish out of practically nothing to win a shopping spree worth up to $20,000.
Global Grocery Games
Four chefs representing cuisines from around the world take on Guy Fieri's global-themed games. First, the chefs make their childhood favorite featuring a handpicked ingredient from Guy. Then, they have to make their best rice dish while shopping with a tiny bag. Finally, the remaining two chefs must fuse their native cuisine with their opponent's for a shot at a shopping spree worth up to $20,000.
GGG Winners vs. Judges
Who knows Guy Fieri's grocery games the best -- the winners or the judges? Three GGG winners team up to take on a trio of Flavortown's finest judges to see who comes out on top of Guy's devious games. Before each round, teams must choose one member to compete for an advantage in the next round, and the final game decides which team wins $15,000. First, Guy has them make their best bacon dish using only ingredients that start with a single letter of the alphabet. Then, the chefs have to make an all-American dinner using unlabeled canned goods. Finally, the chefs have to make their signature dish using only one ingredient from each aisle.
Flavortown Fright Night
Things are getting freaky in Flavortown as four fearless chefs play Guy Fieri's scariest games for a stab at a $20,000 shopping spree. First, Guy gives the chefs a frightening ingredient that they must feature in a spicy dish. Then, the chefs left standing must choose what to cook using Guy's spooky menu-item refrigerator magnets.
First Round Redemption
Four GGG competitors who previously checked out early return to Flavortown to try their luck again. In each round, Guy Fieri hits them with his Wheel of Redemption, which features the games that the chefs went out on. In order to earn redemption and a shot at up to $20,000, these chefs must face their earlier shortcomings and beat the games -- and the competition -- once and for all.
GGG Judges and Their Siblings
The Flavortown family gets a little bigger as some of GGG's most beloved judges bring their siblings to compete alongside them. First, the teams must shop for everything in their Childhood Favorite... blindfolded! Then, Guy's Wheel of Opportunity determines which required ingredient they must use in their decadent dish. One chef will get the necessary help from their sibling that will put them over the top to win a shopping spree with up to $20,000.
Ultimate Chicken Challenge
There's no cluckin' around when four chefs come to Flavortown to compete in three chicken-themed rounds to prove their poultry prowess. First, Guy challenges the chefs with making a fried chicken combo' on a $17 budget. Then Guy gives the chefs a list of ingredients they must feature in their international chicken dish. Finally, the chefs face Guy's triangle of terror that will determine the details of their Winner Winner Chicken Dinner challenge. In the end, only one chef will fly the coop with a shopping spree worth up to $20,000!
Super Spicy Superstars
Guy invites four superstars to Flavortown for three more rounds of heavy heat. First, the chefs face a modified food pyramid to determine the types of spicy ingredients they must use in their International Heat dish. Then, Guy has them shopping for ingredients to their spicy chicken dishes in teeny-tiny shopping bags. Finally, the remaining chefs brave a brand new game that determines which unique spicy ingredient they must feature in their spicy fried dinner. Find out which chef handles the heat and wins an automatic $15,000 on GGG's most outrageous show ever!
Pigs are flying in Flavortown as four chefs put their swine-dining skills to the test making Guy Fieri's pork-inspired dishes. First, the chefs must shop for ingredients with some not-so-big, piggy-faced backpacks. Then, they have to pick key ingredients using Guy's unpredictable deck of cards. Finally, Guy breaks the piggy bank and challenges the chefs to make dinner on a $20 budget. In the end, one chef will send the others squealing all the way home and win a shopping spree worth up to $20,000.
Family Food Feud Thanksgiving
Two families return to GGG for more Flavortown fun in a three-round Thanksgiving family showdown. Guy Fieri has a member of each family pick from unidentified cans to determine the featured ingredient in their first meal, and then another family member must make a fall favorite using five pounds of ingredients. Finally, the last member of each family must flip a pumpkin pie into a savory Thanksgiving dish in a winner-takes-all final round and a shot at shopping Flavortown for up to $20,000.
Four talented teen chefs are taking over Flavortown, and Guy Fieri gets things started by having them flip a chicken pot pie into a high-end dinner. Then, a roll of the dice decides the parameters of their international dishes, and in the end, one future superstar chef will cook beyond their years and win a shopping spree worth up to $20,000.
Judges' Thanksgiving Throwdown
'Tis the season for giving, but don't tell that to the four all-star chefs competing in Flavortown. They're ready to prove that it's possible to make Thanksgiving dinner with limited ingredients and then use the leftovers to make a completely different meal the next day! In the end, one chef will claim the title of All-Star Thanksgiving Throwdown champ and win a guaranteed $20,000.
Four seafood specialists battle it out in Flavortown. Guy Fieri limits the chefs to just ten ingredients in the first round, and then all the ingredients for their second dish must start with the same random letter. Finally, a new game lays out icy parameters for the chefs' upscale fish dish. In the end, only one chef will throw the others overboard, win bragging rights and shop Flavortown for up to $20,000.
GGG Winners' Holiday Extravaganza
Four previous GGG winners are back for the holidays to take on more of Guy Fieri's games. First, the chefs must shop for ingredients using nothing but oversize stockings. Then, they're each given a gingerbread house that they must flip into a fine dining holiday dinner. When the snow settles, only one chef will get to taste Flavortown victory again and shop its aisles for up to $20,000.
Ultimate Beef Battle
Four meat-loving chefs step into Flavortown to compete in three beef-inspired rounds. First, Guy Fieri asks them to shop for, prepare and plate their best beef burger, and then he gives them scratch-off budget cards with the amount they can spend on their next beef dish. Finally, the remaining chefs roll dice to determine their dinner details. In the end, only one chef will put the others out to pasture and earn a shopping spree worth up to $20,000.
$12 Meal Showdown
Guy Fieri pushes the culinary limits of four Flavortown rookies by challenging them to cook a day's worth of meals with a budget of just $12 for each round. From brunch to hot lunch to family dinner, one chef's budgeting skills will outshine the others and earn a big money shopping spree worth up to $20,000.
DDD Family Tournament Part 1
Food and family collide as Guy Fieri brings three DDD family duos to Flavortown to compete. First, they shop for ingredients using only their bare hands, and then one of Flavortown's tallest and most infamous games determines the details of each team's soup and sandwich pairing. The winning team gets $10,000 and moves on to the finale for a shot at bragging rights, the trophy and an additional $20,000.
DDD Family Tournament Part 2
The tournament continues with families from Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives. Guy Fieri is challenging these dynamic family duos make classic culinary duos, starting with a list of key ingredients they must feature in their burgers and fries. Then, he flips a coin to decide which half of the store the teams can shop in. The winning DDD family duo gets $10,000 and the chance to beat two other teams in the finale for bragging rights, the trophy and $20,000.
DDD Family Tournament Part 3
Guy Fieri brings three DDD family duos to compete in Flavortown for the last spot in the tournament finale. He gives them a weight limit as they shop for their fish and chips dish, and then they have to choose two samples to feature in pork chops and applesauce. The winning team gets $10,000 and moves on to the finale, where they must beat out two other teams to win bragging rights, the trophy and $20,000.
DDD Family Tournament Finale
Three families compete in two games that will decide who wins the DDD Family Tournament and the $20,000 prize. Guy Fieri has two diner-style order wheels picking out which dishes the chefs must make and which games they must play ... in both rounds!
Big Game Day
Four sports-loving chefs gear up for some tailgating, Flavortown-style. The first game has them shopping for appetizer ingredients in roller coolers, and then Guy Fieri holds a draft for the main ingredients in the chefs' burgers. Finally, they play a game day classic to determine which key ingredient they must feature in their fried feast. Only one chef will come up clutch, beat the others and win a shopping spree worth up to $20,000.
GGG Iron Chef Challenge
Guy Fieri brings three GGG winners back to compete against each other for a chance to go up against GGG's most feared competitor and judge, Iron Chef Alex Guarnaschelli. First, Guy picks a letter at random that each ingredient in their first dish must start with. Then, the chefs are tasked with making an international classic without shopping in some key aisles. The lone chef left standing wins an automatic $10,000 and gets to face Iron Chef Guarnaschelli for another $10,000.
Ultimate Protein Battle
Five masters of their own protein -- beef, chicken, pork, seafood and veggies -- collide in a battle for protein supremacy. Right off the bat, Guy Fieri gives them 20 minutes to make something between buns, and then they get a helping hand with a list of ingredients to use in a regional dish. The chefs in the final round get only eight ingredients to make their dinner dishes, and one protein master will best the others and win a guaranteed $20,000.
Clash of the Vegetarians!
When four veggie masters compete in three veggie-inspired rounds, they prove that leafy greens and nutrient-packed beans have more protein than meets the eye. First, Guy Fieri gives them a list of key ingredients they must feature, and then a diner-style order wheel determines the classic meat dishes the chefs must make vegetarian. Finally, Guy takes away the chefs' carts before they shop for their guilty pleasure dishes. One vegetarian chef will juice the competition and go on to shop Flavortown for up to $20,000.
Ever wonder if a chef's culinary prowess rubs off on their better half? Guy Fieri is welcoming three couples to Flavortown to prove how much culinary knowledge they really have. First, the chefs are forced to sit and watch as their significant others shop for Sunday night dinner. Then Guy gives out his own list of ingredients and a shopping time limit for a wedding dinner. In the end, only one couple will win a shopping spree for up to $20,000.
Three cheese pros return to Flavortown to test their talents against some of GGG's cheesiest chefs. Guy Fieri puts the competitors through two rounds of deliciously cheesy combat, and the chef left standing will face off against Flavortown's Cheese Champ, Chef Eric Greenspan, for a shot at $20,000.
All Budget Wheel Games
Before each game, Guy Fieri spins a budget wheel that determines how much the chefs get when purchasing groceries for a specific dish. Then he spins a second wheel that further restricts their options, from a crazy ingredient they must use to a color of food they must feature or the number of store aisles they can shop. The chef who best stretches their money and culinary skills gets to shop Flavortown for up to $20,000.
How much does a prize-winning dish cost? Guy Fieri is challenging the chefs to make full-blown meals for four on only $5 a plate! He puts them through their paces as they make breakfast, lunch and dinner, with all roads leading to the cash register and a few curve balls thrown in along the way. The budgeteer who beats some of Guy's toughest games yet gets a shot at up to $20,000.
Wild and Crazy Budget Games
Things get wild in Flavortown when Guy Fieri challenges four talented chefs with budget games that might be too crazy for their own good. The chefs pick a card to determine how much they can spend when shopping for their comfort food dishes, and speed is a factor as they make spicy noodle bowls. Then Guy gives the chefs a choice of proteins for their steakhouse dinners, but each protein comes with a budget for the rest of the ingredients. The last chef standing gets to go on a shopping spree worth up to $20,000.
Five-Dollar Price Check
Guy Fieri invites four talented chefs to Flavortown and tells them they can only shop for ingredients under $5! Guy reveals an additional challenge in each round, and it's a GGG budget battle like never before. One budget-savvy chef will overcome Guy's games to earn a shopping spree worth up to $20,000.
Big Budget Bonanza
Four penny-pinching pros who have braved some of Flavortown's toughest budget battles are back for a brutal budget bonanza. Guy Fieri's budget wheel determines the ingredients for their breakfast creations, and they have to shop a single aisle for hearty lunches. The chefs crunch the numbers in the final round to make their dinners, and one rises above for the chance to shop Flavortown for up to $20,000.
GGG Winning Teams
Guy Fieri brings back the winning teams of previous competitions for another battle of team supremacy. First, he has them shop without carts for their surf and turf ingredients. Then, a spin of the food wheel determines which dish they must make, only to have Guy throw them a special ingredient mid-round that they must incorporate, too. When all is said and done, only one team comes out on top and shops for up to $20,000.
Pro Athletes and Judges
Sports and great food are a natural combination, and that's what's on Guy Fieri's mind when he invites three professional athletes to team up with some of Flavortown's finest judges in a two-round, winner-take-all face-off for culinary supremacy. First, the judges must help the blindfolded athletes shop for their ingredients for an elevated stadium classic, and then Guy breaks out a Flavortown favorite that has the teams bowling for ingredients for their dinners. Ultimately, only one pair knocks it out of the park and wins a shopping spree worth up to $20,000.
Ultimate Grocery List
Four chefs visit Flavortown to tackle Guy Fieri's worst grocery list yet, featuring ingredients they'd never dream of putting in the same dish. The chefs must use every item on the list during the three rounds of competition or face elimination, but Guy adds lots of extra twists. The chef with the skills to turn the groceries on Guy's worst list into the best dishes earns a shopping spree worth up to $20,000.
Guy Fieri knows that there's nothing like the teamwork in a busy restaurant's kitchen, so he invites three teams of phenomenal chefs to represent their restaurants in Flavortown. In two action-packed rounds of games involving prix fixe menus and best-sellers, the chefs wow the judges with their teamwork and precision. In the end, only one restaurant team earns a shopping spree worth up to $20,000.
DDD Chefs and Their Moms
Guy Fieri loves any excuse to bring chefs from Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives to Flavortown, so he welcomes a few chefs and their moms for a Mother's Day competition. The DDD chefs are forced to watch as their mothers shop from the chefs' lists, and then the store closes as the chefs are in the middle of their shopping. In the end, one mother-chef duo wins up to $20,000 in a Flavortown shopping spree.
Flavortown has witnessed the creativity of countless chefs, and Guy Fieri wants to focus that creativity on one of his favorite foods: sandwiches! Guy brings four sandwich-making savants to Flavortown Market to test their skills between two slices of bread. Delicious deli meats, fancy condiments and artisan breads go flying as these sandwich superheroes make fried, international and stacked sandwich masterpieces. One will walk away the winner with up to $20,000 of dough.
The only thing better than a burger is a burger made by one of Flavortown's all-star chefs! Guy Fieri brings together four chefs to test their burger-making prowess in a patty-for-patty throwdown that includes an over-the-top burger and fries combo and a spicy burger. One all-star chef stands apart and gets a shot at up to $20,000.
Guy Fieri has always loved island food, so he invites four island-born chefs to compete in Flavortown. First, he tests their shopping skills by having them shop with tiny bags for the ingredients to their signature seafood dishes. Then, a blind choice determines which canned ingredient they must feature in their comfort dishes. Finally, a roll of Guy's dice determines the parameters for the chefs' spicy chicken dinners before one island chef rides the wave to victory and shops Flavortown for up to $20,000.
For anyone who has ever said, "Hey, I can do that!," Guy Fieri brings four confident home cooks to Flavortown to prove they can actually cook like GGG's finest chefs. He tests their shopping, cooking and presentation skills in three classic GGG games, and in the end, only one home cook beats the others to bring home the bacon with a shopping spree worth up to $20,000.
GGG Winners and Their Dads
For Father's Day, Guy Fieri brings three GGG winners back to compete against each other, but this time they're teaming up with their dads. First, Guy has the teams race to the register to determine how many ingredients they can use to make their childhood favorites. Then he brings things home with a classic game of bowling to determine which of his son's favorite snacks must be included in the teams' favorite dish for Dad. In the end, only one father-daughter team gets to shop Flavortown Market for up to $20,000.
All-Stars' Full Meal
When celebrity chefs come to Flavortown, Guy Fieri gets to try out his most twisted games, and this time he's really putting them to the test with full, three-course meals. First, the all-star chefs must incorporate a special ingredient of Guy's choosing into their international meal. Then, a game of chance determines the parameters that the all-stars must adhere to when creating their three-course chef's dinner. The competition is stiff, and only one all-star comes out on top with an automatic $15,000.
Charity is important at Flavortown Market, where most of the unused food is donated to local food shelters after each competition. With that in mind, Guy Fieri decides to showcase chefs who are giving back to their own communities every day -- and enjoy a little competition, too. He challenges the chefs to flip a dessert into a high-end dinner, and then they have to create customer favorites with crazy ingredients. The kitchen hero who wins the final round gets to shop Flavortown for up to $20,000.
DDD Family Redemption
DDD Family Tournament teams who went home early are getting a duo do-over. First, Guy Fieri challenges the chefs to flip coffee and doughnuts into dinner. Then he gives the remaining DDD family duos a $22 budget to make their surf and turf dishes. In the end, one family will beat out the competition, redeem themselves and shop Flavortown for up to $20,000.
Southern Chef Showdown
Guy Fieri shares his love for Southern cuisine in a three-round Southern chef showdown in Flavortown. A never-before-seen game has the chefs shopping only the southern half of the store for their signature sandwiches, and weight is a factor as the chefs prepare seafood dishes with only 6 pounds of ingredients. In the end, one super Southern chef will prove their food is the best and shop Flavortown for up to $20,000.
All ABC Games
Guy Fieri's ABC games aren't as easy as 1, 2, 3! The chefs have to prove their skills in three rounds as they make comfort classics and dinners with seafood and fried ingredients. Only one chef will come out on top and win a chance at a $20,000 shopping spree.
GGG Kids All-Stars
Guy Fieri brings GGG's most talented kid chefs back to Flavortown to find out once and for all who's the best culinary whiz kid. First, Guy sets up sample tables around the store with ingredients the kids must feature in their burgers. Then, a friendly game of bowling challenges the youngsters to work together to knock down the aisles they're allowed to shop in for their dinners. Ultimately, one kid chef out-cooks the others to earn a shopping spree worth up to $20,000.
Ultimate Asian Food Showdown
Asian cuisine takes over Flavortown as four chefs face Guy Fieri's challenges. He gives them a list of ingredients for their noodle dishes and makes them use tiny shopping carts to shop for their rice dishes. The final challenge involves a featured special ingredient for a beef dinner, and ultimately only one Asian cuisine ace beats out the others and wins a shot at a $20,000 shopping spree.
Grandma Grocery Games
Flavortown honors the family members who taught many people how to cook: grandmas! First, Guy Fieri has the grandmas cook their most requested family dish while sticking to the restrictions that a typical family member might complain about most. Then, the grandmas cook their celebratory dinners using two of the samples Guy has featured around the market. When all is said and done, one grandma will outdo the others to earn an automatic $15,000.
Guy Fieri brings in chefs from the four corners of the U.S. to see which region has the tastiest food. He starts off the competition by asking the chefs to cook their best regional sandwich, but on a budget. Then they have to make seafood dishes using ingredients from around the market. Finally, Guy's food wheel decides where the remaining two chefs get to shop for their regional comfort food dishes. In the end, only one chef will prove that their region reigns supreme and go on a shopping spree worth up to $20,000.
It seems like Flavortown Market has miles of aisles, but the four competing chefs find out the hard way that even the biggest aisle can be limiting if it's the only one they can shop. Guy Fieri uses his newest game, the Aisle Wheel, to restrict the chefs to just one aisle in each round. He even throws in some of his own twists and turns along the way as the chefs are challenged to make a hot lunch, comfort food and dinner spread. Only one chef will make it out and go on to shop Flavortown Market for up to $20,000.
Guy's Carnival Games
Guy Fieri invites four carnival food-loving chefs to play carnival classics, Grocery Games-style. First, he turns a popular strength test game into a finesse challenge to determine which ingredient the chefs must feature in their classic carnival treat. Then a simple game of ring toss determines the main protein for their best dish on a stick. In the final round, Guy combines strength and accuracy when he has the chefs popping balloons with darts to determine which aisles they can shop. In the end, only one carnival food chef will out-carny the others and go on to shop Flavortown Market for up to $20,000.
Express Lane Extreme: Name Your Number
Guy Fieri unveils the ultimate strategy game in which the four competing chefs must decide whether to use six, eight or ten ingredients before knowing what kind of dish they're making. The chefs have to decide whether to go big early to ensure a spot in the later rounds or risk using fewer ingredients upfront so they can finish with a strong, multifaceted dish. Ultimately, one chef will pick the right limits and go on to win a shopping spree worth up to $20,000.
The bacon masters are back at it again when Guy Fieri welcomes four of the best bacon chefs to Flavortown Market for a real test of hog love. First, Guy has them make their best bacon sandwich after shopping in little, piggy-themed carts. Then the chefs have to stay under an ingredient weight limit when making their second bacon dish. Finally, the remaining bacon chefs are surprised with a misleading pig chart that gives them insane ingredients to incorporate in their spicy bacon dish. In the end, only one bacon chef will put the others out to pasture and bring home up to $20,000.
After seeing the devastation of fires in California and meeting the first responders who put their lives on the line to save people and communities there, Guy Fieri has decided to bring some of those firefighting first responders to Flavortown for a friendly culinary competition. They're challenged to make a firehouse favorite in the first round, and the second round is full of scorching-hot culinary combat as they make a spicy family meal. When the smoke clears, one firefighter will be left standing with the chance to win $20,000.
Ghosts of GGG Past
Four GGG competitors are back for redemption, but they might regret it when they face Guy Fieri's most terrifying games yet. First, Guy wheels out a vat of goo containing mysterious canned foods that the chefs must grab and use in a fried dish. Then Guy has them play a scary version of musical carts to determine their ingredients for a redemption dinner. When the Flavortown fright night finally ends, the chef left standing will go on to shop the market for up to $20,000.
Guy Fieri brings back three pairs of rival chefs who previously faced off one-on-one. First, two budget-brawlers settle the score in a round that has them shopping for ingredients under $5 for their family dinners. Next, a couple of food scientists face-off in a game that forces them to shop for their dishes in either the odd or even aisles. The final round brings back two Flavortown all-stars for an exact recreation of their first matchup. The winner of each round wins ultimate bragging rights and a guaranteed $5,000.
Fast Food Face-Off
Guy Fieri challenges four fast food-loving chefs to recreate fast favorites like burgers, tacos and Chinese takeout. First, the chefs battle with their budgets to make their best burger and side. Then they race the clock to make an Asian takeout staple, and the final challenge is a Mexican takeout-style dinner. The chef who shows they know fast food better than the others will go on a shopping spree worth up to $20,000.
Ultimate Spicy Games
Guy Fieri welcomes back the winners of previous GGG spicy competitions and pits them against each other. In the first two rounds, the three chefs make their spiciest and hometown heat dishes until only one is left standing. The remaining chef wins $10,000 and gets a chance at another $10,000 if they can beat Flavortown's resident Spicy Queen, Chef Antonia Lofaso.
12 Ingredients All Day
Guy Fieri challenges four chefs to make a dozen ingredients last through breakfast, lunch and dinner. First, he makes them shop for the only 12 ingredients they can use throughout the competition, and they start off by making a high-end brunch. Then the chefs are challenged to make specific styles of lunch and dinner determined by Guy's wheel of meals. Despite the tough games and even tougher competition, only one chef will outlast the others and earn a shopping spree worth up to $20,000.
Food Truck Teams
Guy Fieri knows that food trucks have surged in popularity recently, so he's bringing in three teams of food truck chefs to battle it out for Flavortown superiority. First, a brand-new game has the teams splitting up to shop separate halves of the store for their bestselling dish. Then the chefs must shop for their best handheld duo using only their bare hands! Ultimately, one food truck duo will serve up enough delicious food to zoom past the others and earn a shopping spree worth up to $20,000.
Guy Fieri invites four chefs to participate in Flavortown's first Cheat Day, challenging them to make dishes worth splurging on after a week of eating three square meals and exercising every day. The first two rounds have the chefs counting pounds and using specific ingredients in their deep-fried and mega-melty dishes. In the final round, Guy's newest and most dishonest game yet has the remaining chefs shoplifting ingredients for their ultimate Cheat Day dish. One chef will out-cheat the others and shop Flavortown for up to $20,000.
Thanksgiving brings families together, so Guy Fieri has brought his DDD family to Flavortown Market for some good, old-fashioned Grocery Games fun. He kicks things off by having the DDD chefs make their ultimate Thanksgiving sandwich without shopping in a crucial aisle. Then, the chefs must make a dish under Guy's designated weight limit. Ultimately, one DDD chef's delicious Thanksgiving creations will stuff the judges' stomachs and their own pockets with up to $20,000.
Guy's Thanksgiving Games
Guy Fieri is reflecting on what he's thankful for, and it's four talented chefs ready to play his Thanksgiving-themed games. First, Guy gives the chefs an empty cornucopia to use while shopping for their two signature Thanksgiving sides. Then he mashes two classic GGG games together: The chefs have to make a classic Thanksgiving meal on a budget while also featuring a special ingredient determined by Guy's wheel of chance. In the end, one grateful chef will go on a shopping spree for up to $20,000.
Guy's Holiday Dessert Games
Guy Fieri welcomes four pastry chefs for a holiday dessert version of his games. He gets things started by having the chefs turn a savory classic, ravioli, into a holiday favorite. Then he keeps things "sample" by challenging the remaining chefs to make a decadent chocolate dessert using two sample ingredients stationed around the market. When all is said and done, one dessert chef will out-sweet the others and shop Flavortown Market for up to $20,000.
Judges' Holiday: Ultimate Naughty List
Guy Fieri brings four of GGG's most beloved judges to compete against each other using not-so-nice ingredients from his ultimate naughty list. The only way to win is to cook with every single naughty ingredient and convince the actual judges that those ingredients are meant to be in the family favorite and holiday party dishes. The winner will go on a Flavortown shopping spree worth up to $20,000.
GGG Holiday Cook-Off
'Tis the season for giving in Flavortown when Guy Fieri brings in four charitable chefs to compete in a holiday cook-off. First, Guy hands out gifts of special ingredients that the chefs must feature in their holiday pork dish. Then he uses a dreidel to give the chefs their budgets for a festive family favorite. Finally, the remaining chefs face off against a holiday version of the food pyramid that determines the requirements for their high-end holiday dish. Ultimately, one charitable chef will out-perform the others and earn a shopping spree worth up to $20,000.
Four chefs arrive in Flavortown ready to prove that traditionally unhealthy dishes can be made healthier and even more delicious. To start the New Year off right, Guy Fieri asks them to make a burger and fries without using any of the traditional burger ingredients. Then the chefs are challenged to make healthy lasagna with a weight limit on their ingredients, and they get a strict budget for making a fried chicken dinner. One chef will stick with their resolutions, take down the rest of the competition and win a shopping spree worth up to $20,000.
Four chefs from four of Guy Fieri's own restaurants face off in two rounds of culinary combat. Guy kicks things off by challenging his guys to make their best burger without any key ingredients. Then he gives them the freedom to make their own chef's creation, but he forces them to shop for their ingredients using teeny-tiny little bags. When the dust settles, one chef will be deemed Guy's Best Guy and shop Flavortown for up to $20,000.
New School vs. Old School
Guy Fieri wants to know which culinary form is best -- tried-and-true classical techniques or molecular gastronomy -- so he has invited two old-school and two new-school chefs to test their skills against each other. First, Guy has each chef make their signature dish featuring a special ingredient. Then the final, winner-take-all round has the remaining chefs make a chicken dinner with an item from the infamous Food Wheel. One chef will show whether old-school or new-school techniques dominate and go on a shopping spree worth up to $20,000.
Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives Tournament: GGG Super Teams Part 1
Guy Fieri's worlds collide as 18 chefs from Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives and Guy's Grocery Games who have won GGG on their own combine forces to create nine Super Teams. Guy spins wheels that represent his two worlds in every round, so a spin of the DDD Wheel determines which classic diner dish the competitors have to make while a spin of the GGG Wheel determines which game they have to play while making it. The team left standing after two challenges wins $10,000 and a spot in the finale, where they get a shot at $30,000 plus the dual team trophies.
Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives Tournament: GGG Super Teams Part 2
Guy Fieri's two worlds continue to collide as six more chefs from Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives and Guy's Grocery Games chefs pair up to create talented Super Teams. Guy brings back his DDD Dish Wheel and GGG Game Wheel, plus a never-before-seen "Wheel-y" Small Wheel to give these duos a real run for their money. The team left standing wins $10,000 and a return trip to Flavortown for the chance to win another $30,000 as the Super Team Champs.
Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives Tournament: GGG Super Teams Part 3
Guy Fieri doesn't let up on the final three pairs of Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives and Guy's Grocery Games Super Teams. He spins his DDD Dish Wheel and GGG Game Wheel to nail down all the variables for the competition, and these duos face some of the funniest and toughest Grocery Games ever while making classic DDD dishes. The team left standing wins $10,000 and a spot in the finale, where they can win another $30,000 and stand as Super Team Champs.
Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives Tournament: GGG Super Teams Finale
It's time for the grand finale of the Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives and Guy's Grocery Games Super Teams tournament. Guy Fieri has narrowed nine pairs of baller chefs down to the final three Super Teams. Since they're super duos, they have to cook classic food duos while playing Grocery Games that pack a big twist. The twosome that can outmaneuver the others wins the Super Team Tournament trophies and $30,000, bringing their total winnings to a whopping $40,000.
Game Day Super Teams
Guy Fieri loves the Big Game as much as anyone else, so he's pairing up ex-professional NFL players with GGG's all-star judges to see who can make the best game day eats. In the first half of play, Guy divides the market in half, forcing the teams to split up and shop their sides of the store for their game day platter. In the finals, Guy tests the remaining teams' throwing skills by having them toss footballs into ice buckets to earn key ingredients for their 6-foot sub. When the game clock runs out, the winning team gets the hardware, the glory and the chance to shop Flavortown for up to $20,000.
Wicked Aisle Games
Guy Fieri brings the culinary combat to Flavortown Market's aisles in every single round. First, a flip of a coin determines whether the chefs can shop the odd or even aisles while making their sandwich and side. Then, Guy makes the chefs shop for the ingredients to their spicy dish in just one aisle. In the final round, the chefs must make their steakhouse dinner using one ingredient per aisle. In the end, only one chef will navigate their way through the aisles and the competition to win a shopping spree worth up to $20,000.
Winner Winter Games
It's cold outside, but the competition is heating up in Flavortown Market as Guy Fieri welcomes back three previous GGG winners to compete in his winter-themed games. The chefs are all confident that they can win again, but they have to outlast each other over three rounds of ice-cold, brand-new games to create lunch, dinner and an international favorite. Ultimately, only one chef will shred Guy's winter games and the competition to go on a Flavortown shopping spree worth up to $20,000.
Guy Fieri brings in chefs representing cuisines from all around the world to team up and fuse their cultures' flavors together in delicious, cohesive and win-worthy dishes. He surprises them by revealing their partners, and then the teams create their best spicy dish and a classic duo, pitting their cuisines against the others to find out which combination of cultures is the tastiest. In the end, one fusion team will out-combo the others and go on to shop Flavortown for up to $20,000.
Married with Kitchen
Most married couples consider their kids their babies, but these couples also consider their restaurants their babies. Guy Fieri puts their culinary skills -- and relationships -- to the test with a pair of challenges that they must work together to overcome. In round one, Guy sends one spouse shopping, leaving the other behind with a list of key date night dinner ingredients to relay to their partner over the phone. Then, the pair that makes a winning version of their restaurant's best dish with a limited number of ingredients goes on a Flavortown shopping spree worth up to $20,000.
Guy Fieri challenges four chefs to improvise as they make family favorites without any of the key ingredients. Saucy spaghetti and meatballs, tasty tacos and a comfort food classic are all determined by Guy's wheel. In the end, only one chef will make it through the competition with the ultimate bragging rights and up to $20,000 in their pocket.
Scratch Chef Showdown
In a world of convenience food, four scratch chefs show Guy Fieri what happens when convenience goes out the window. They have to make each component in their dishes entirely from scratch, like bread for their soup-and-sandwich combo. They're at their best when they go all out with their signature dish in the second round. When all is said and done, one scratch chef will win over the judges' hearts and go on to shop Flavortown for up to $20,000.
Money is no object for the four competing chefs as Guy Fieri declares it's High-Roller Night in Flavortown. First, Guy turns the GGG classic budget battle on its head by demanding the chefs spend over $60 when making their signature high-end dinner. Then, he makes a list of top-shelf items for the chefs to use when making their decadent dish. Finally, the chef who can make a whole dinner with nothing but high-cost ingredients will be dubbed Flavortown's Biggest Spender and go on to shop the aisles for up to $20,000.
Pizza Pro Playoffs
Four professional pizza makers rise to the occasion in three pizza-themed Grocery Games that determine who gets to take home all the dough. Guy Fieri challenges the chefs to shop for the ingredients in their signature pizza using only a mini pizza box. Then, they must deliver personal pizzas without any of the conventional ingredients -- not even pizza dough! Finally, Guy's Pizza Wheel forces the remaining chefs to make loaded pizza using unconventional cheeses and wacky toppings. The pie professional that comes out on top will get to roll through Flavortown Market on a $20,000 shopping spree.
Guy's Trivia Games
Guy Fieri goes wild combining his brand of food trivia with his favorite culinary games. The four competitors are out to prove that they're great chefs who also know a lot about food. First, they're hit with a barrage of international food questions they must answer correctly to earn enough cash to shop for their upscale dinner. Then, Guy allows the chefs to remove not-so-desirable ingredients from their baskets by correctly answering another series of culinary trivia questions. Ultimately, the chef who succeeds in combining their cooking chops and food smarts will get to put up to $20,000 in their cart.
America's Next Chefs
Guy Fieri puts four up-and-coming chefs to the ultimate Flavortown test to crown America's Next Chef. First, Guy has the chefs flip the ingredients from an old-fashioned Waldorf salad into a modern dish. Then, to help these rising chefs reach the pinnacle of success, the towering Food Pyramid determines the details of their best international dinner. In the end, one young gun will get to shop Flavortown for up to $20,000.
April Fools' Day
No one loved a good laugh more than GGG judge Carl "The Cuban" Ruiz. In honor of Carl's love for hijinks, Guy Fieri has invited six of his closest Flavortown judges to join him for April Fools' Day pranks as they remember The Cuban's funniest GGG moments. They make spicy dishes that drove Carl nuts while shoplifting all their ingredients wearing baseball caps and glasses! Then, they have to flip a Cuban sandwich into a celebration dinner while shopping blindfolded. Surprise guests show up to guide them, and the winners earn money for a new culinary foundation in Chef Carl's honor. We miss you, Carl. Pinkies out.
Big League Teams
America's favorite pastime comes to Flavortown when Guy Fieri invites three former Major League Baseball players to team up with GGG all-star judges in hopes of hitting a culinary home run. First, the teams try not to make an error while shopping blindfolded for their favorite carb-load dish. In the final inning, Guy has the two remaining teams step up for a little batting practice to pick out key ingredients for their gourmet ballpark food. Ultimately, one team will knock it out of Flavortown Park and earn a whopping $20,000 for charity.
Everything in Flavortown must go, and Guy Fieri has the perfect solution: a clearance war! He gives four chefs a list of clearance items that they must use over the course of the competition. Using all of the mandatory ingredients while making a high-end dinner in the first round could buy them an early trip home. But waiting until the final round to use the bulk of these off-putting items in their spicy seafood feast could cost them the game and the big shopping spree worth up to $20,000.
Guy's Eggs-treme Games
Guy Fieri isn't a fan of eggs, but that may change when he brings four egg-ceptional chefs to Flavortown for a culinary competition all about eggs. There's three rounds of egg-sperts doing it all from an egg-citing breakfast to an egg-cellent lunch and an egg-stravagant dinner. Along the way, the competitors must carry their ingredients in a tiny egg basket and win exotic eggs in a classic egg-on-a-spoon race. A surprise finish leads to eggs-tra innings in a Flavortown first where one egg-squisite chef beats the rest to earn a $20,000 shopping spree -- and that's no yolk!
Guy Fieri invites his favorite burger chefs from Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives to compete in Flavortown and grill, baby, grill. First, Guy has the chefs shop for ingredients in their signature burger and loaded fries combo using only tongs and a grill lid. Then, he makes it a party with a Flavortown version of musical chairs that determines the featured ingredients in their out-of-the-box burger and over-the-top sides. The DDD burger pro who gets top grill marks will go on to shop Flavortown for up to $20,000.
Mother of All Shows
Guy Fieri enlists the help of his mom, Penny, and his wife, Lori, in his Mother's Day games featuring teams of moms and their children who run family restaurants together. For starters, Guy has the family duos pick from four unique sample ingredients to feature in their top-sellers. Then he makes the kids shop for the ingredients for a prized family recipe only to have Mom take over mid-shop to prove that "mother shops best." In the end, the winning team will go on a Mother's Day shopping spree worth up to $20,000.
Everyone knows Guy Fieri's all about savory dishes, but Buddy Valastro -- the Cake Boss himself -- has convinced Guy to declare it Dessert Day in Flavortown Market. Four dessert chefs show up to sculpt works of art and bake their buns off for a shot at the dough while playing Guy's dessert-enhanced games. The dessert dynamo who concocts the best confections will cake-walk their way through the aisles for a $20,000 shopping spree.
Salute the Troops
Guy Fieri honors America's men and women in uniform by inviting four military vets with a culinary second-calling to play his GGG games. They join forces with the Messlords, a group of DDD chefs who travel the world cooking for the troops. First, Guy has the Messlord-veteran teams run through a Flavortown obstacle course while shopping for their American comfort classic. Then, the Messlord must carry their team's rucksack while shopping double-time for a victory dinner. In the end, one of the heroic duos will complete the mission and shop Flavortown for up to $20,000 while a platoon-sized audience of fellow vets cheers them on!
Choose Your Budget
Guy Fieri's doing something he's never done before: letting four chefs choose from three different budgets over three rounds. The culinary combatants quickly realize that budgeting $4 a plate is much harder than it seems! They must decide whether to start off big to impress the judges early in the game or wait until the end to give them a high-budget masterpiece. In the end, one chef will make the right choice and take home up to $20,000.
One-Time Aisle Games
In Flavortown, competing chefs usually have free reign of the entire market, but Guy Fieri's changing the rules and allowing the competitors to shop each aisle only once. To make it even tougher, he's throwing them an additional game in every round. When the time runs out, one chef will be standing above the rest and get to shop Flavortown Market for up to $20,000.
Like Father, Like Chef
Guy Fieri invites three father-kid teams to play his games. To start, Guy has them use an oversize "Greatest Dad" mug to shop for their dad's fried favorite. Then, a round of Flavortown golf gets the dads in their comfort zone and determines which key ingredient they must feature in their steakhouse dinner. When all is said and done, only one father-chef duo will go on a shopping spree worth up to $20,000.
Sweet and Savory Teams
Guy Fieri knows in order to run a successful restaurant, you've got to have someone in charge of the sweets. To prove it, he invites three sweet and savory duos to cook and bake for a shot at the prize. First, the teams divide and shop their respective side of the store to make a sweet and savory best seller. Then, a massive cake pyramid determines the parameters the teams must meet to make their perfect pairing. In the end, one team will create both a sweet and savory dish worthy of a $20,000 shopping spree.
Four superstar chefs are competing in a one-game showdown that incorporates three of Guy Fieri's craziest challenges. With only one game being played, Guy reveals an in-depth look at how each over-the-top comfort food dish comes together, and he shares behind-the-scenes secrets of GGG.
Summer Grillin' Games Part 1
Guy Fieri's inviting eight GGG winners to return to Flavortown Market for a summer grilling tournament that has the judges sizzlin' in their seats. Each week, one chef will be awarded "Best Dish," win $5,000 and move on to the next week's competition while the remaining chefs duke it out for survival. The tournament kicks off with a backyard baller-themed showdown with plenty of heat as the chefs make summer classics and elegant entrees!
Summer Grillin' Games Part 2
Guy Fieri's summer grilling tournament continues with only seven GGG winners remaining. It's all about the boardwalk as the chefs make summer seafood dishes and spicy seaside sandwiches. One chef will win "Best Dish,” the $5,000 prize and take a speedboat directly to the next round, leaving the others at rock bottom.
Summer Grillin' Games Part 3
Guy Fieri's Summer Grillin' Games continue, and the fun is turned up to the max when Guy introduces carnival-themed games and dishes to the six remaining chefs. Carnivals are all about wild rides and wacky games, so Guy gives the chefs a funnel cake-sized twist by putting them in pairs to make a fried sweet-and-savory duo and a cheesy carnival classic. The pair that outperforms the rest will win "Best Dish," $5,000 each and a spot in the semifinals, and the remaining four competitors will continue to vie for survival.
Summer Grillin' Games Part 4
Summer just isn't summer without a vacation, so Guy Fieri treats the remaining five chefs to a Flavortown vacay. In the first round, one chef's destination dinner has a chance at earning "Best Dish," an instant $5,000 and a guaranteed spot in the finale. Then, the bottom four chefs compete against each other, and one chef's trip will get cut short. One week remains in Guy's summer grillin' games where one chef will win the grand prize of $25,000.
Summer Grillin' Games Finale
Guy Fieri throws a big summer bash for the four chefs remaining in the finale. First, a random choice of beach ball determines which aisles the chefs get to shop for their summertime guilty pleasure ingredients. Then, Guy sends the competitors on an epic scavenger hunt to find feature ingredients for their ultimate grilled feast. When the sun finally sets, one winner will earn the title of "Summer Grillin' Games Champ" and an automatic $25,000.
Guy's Global Games
Guy Fieri invites four well-traveled chefs to Flavortown Market to share some of the great food that Guy has tried firsthand in his travels. With appearances from Indian, Chinese, Mexican and French cuisine, Guy's goal to go global is fully realized. After three rounds of deliciously diverse dishes, one international chef will claim victory and shop the market for up to $20,000.
X-Treme ABC Games
Guy Fieri challenges four chefs to his Flavortown favorite ABC game in a way they've never seen. Guy is looking for top-tier cooking under extreme conditions, and these competitors must deliver if they want to cash in that $20,000 shopping spree. With a truly unpredictable ending, this battle of literary wit and culinary creativity is one for the ages.
All-Star Vegetarian Games
Vegetarian options are in every restaurant these days, so Guy Fieri invites four all-star chefs to compete in a full-on veggie showdown worth up to $20,000. Guy tests the culinary range of these competitors to see who can create meatless dishes that appeal to even the staunchest of meat eaters. These all-stars are about to become legit veggie-lantes.
Ultimate Grocery List
A ridiculous grocery list can be quite the challenge, so Guy Fieri gives four chefs a list of seven not-so-friendly ingredients that they must use over the course of the competition. Ultimately, one chef will go on to shop Flavortown Market for up to $20,000.
Four chefs are in for a rush when Guy Fieri invites them to compete against the clock ... all night long! First, they're pitted against each other, and their big ideas, when Guy has them shop for their signature seafood dinner ingredients in teeny-tiny baskets. Then, Guy cranks things up with a Flavortown version of musical chairs to land their must-use ingredient for a spicy takeout dish. In the end, one chef will shop the aisles for up to $20,000.
No one knows how to balance a budget like a superstar chef, and Guy Fieri puts that to the test when he invites four Flavortown all-stars to duke it out in a budget battle. These culinary celebrities get hit with budget after budget, in battle after battle, testing their skill of making a dollar stretch all competition long. When the registers close, only one chef will be left standing and earn up to $20,000 in cold, hard cash.
Nothin' but Noodles
Guy Fieri is known for his Italian roots, and that means he's got a lot of noodle-knowledge. He decides to bring in four noodle-savvy chefs from across the US for two rounds of highflying noodle action. One talented chef will use their noodle with their noodles to earn a shot at $20,000, and it's guaranteed that someone is going to get saucy.
Battle of the Bacon
Guy Fieri's favorite food group is bacon, so he invites four swine-dining chefs to go hog-wild for a shot at $20,000. Over two rounds and a plethora of pork plates, these competitors will have to show up and show snout if they want to win the all-bacon battle.
DDD Summer Games, Part 1: Backyard Bash
Guy Fieri kicks off summer with a four-part tournament featuring popular summer rituals, games and grilled foods. Three of Guy's favorite Diners, Drive-ins and Dives chefs join him for a DDD-style backyard bash, turning classic diner dishes into backyard burgers and sides. Then the two highest-scoring chefs go toe-to-toe in a game of horseshoes -- lead by Guy and his son Hunter -- to determine how many whammy ingredients they must include in their grilled chicken dish. The chef with the highest combined score for both rounds wins $10,000 plus a spot in the Summer Games finale.
DDD Summer Games, Part 2: Extreme Tailgating
Guy Fieri knows that tailgating parties and summer go hand-in-hand, so he starts Part 2 of the DDD Summer Games with three DDD chefs and a "Flavortown 500" race with remote-control cars. The chef that crosses the finish line first gets first pick of proteins to use in two tailgating bites. In round two, the two top-scoring chefs are tasked by Guy and his son Hunter to play a game of Grocery Pong to determine the number of ingredients they can use in a showstopping sandwich. The chef with the highest combined score wins even more bread -- $10,000 -- and a spot in the finale!
DDD Summer Games, Part 3: Camp Cook-Off
Guy Fieri's summer tournament continues with three DDD chefs competing in camping-themed games. First, they must make a fireside pork dinner using only items they can throw in a small backpack while following a narrow trail that bypasses half the aisles and avoiding trail dangers such as a wild bear and falling rocks. Then the two top-scoring chefs must try their luck with Hunter Fieri's slingshot, knocking down the canned items they don't want to feature in their grilled fish feast. The chef who hooks the highest combined score gets the catch of the day -- $10,000 -- plus a spot in the tournament finale!
DDD Summer Games Finale
It's the end of Guy Fieri's Summer Games, so he has the three DDD finalists take a virtual summer road trip! The chefs cruise the store and stop at "roadside" stands to pick up state-inspired food items that they must feature in an upscale diner dish. Then the two top-scorers salute that iconic road trip destination, Las Vegas, by playing a budget version of blackjack -- with special guest dealer Hunter Fieri -- to determine how much they can spend on ingredients for their steak dinner. The chef with the highest score at the end of both rounds wins the $25,000 tournament jackpot!
Food Network Star Favorites
Guy Fieri brings in four favorites from Food Network Star to compete in some special games. Every Food Network Star contestant knows the importance of demonstrating a unique culinary point of view, so Guy challenges them to make a point-of-view dinner using only ingredients from five sections of the store designated by stars. Then the chefs must make a guilt-free guilty pleasure that includes items from Guy's one-of-a-kind grocery list. The chef with the top combined score after both rounds gets their turn in the spotlight and a shot at winning up to $20,000!
Chef Antonia Lofaso and Guy Fieri's son Hunter pull a prank on Guy by turning this all-star competition into a full-on EGG episode -- even though Guy hates eggs! First, the all-star chefs get 15 minutes to make an egg dish Guy would actually eat. They get points based on how many bites, if any, Guy takes of each dish. Then the chefs must use specialty eggs and nine other ingredients to make an upscale egg dish. The chef that whips up the highest score gets the choice of a money-making shopping spree or a jumbo check hidden behind the store's sliding doors!
Rush to Redemption
Four chefs who lost GGG in their final cook the last time around return for a second chance at proving themselves. But this time, Guy Fieri has made success even harder to attain with two rounds of just 20 minutes to shop and cook! First, Guy asks the chefs to make a 20-minute appetizer, but he hits them with a grocery list of ingredients that gave them grief in their first appearances. Then the chefs must make a chicken dinner using limited ingredients, and the newly redeemed winner goes on a must-see wild shopping spree!
In addition to fighting fires, firehouse cooks keep their fellow heroes at their fire stations well-fed. Guy Fieri sounds the alarm as four talented firehouse cooks compete in Flavortown Market. First, they must grab all the ingredients they need -- with just their bare hands -- to make a cheesy comfort dinner. Then, they must create an international firehouse favorite using strange ingredients showcased in a 5-alarm red-light special. Things heat up when the winning firefighter must choose between a big money shopping spree or a mystery jumbo check!
Guy Fieri's teenage son, Ryder, accidentally leaves behind a cart full of his favorite afterschool snacks, so Guy makes four talented, up-and-coming chefs incorporate the snacks into two rounds of GGG hijinks. First, the chefs have to make a weeknight dinner. Then the three top-scoring young guns go on to play "Hoops There It Is," in which the number of baskets determines the number of ingredients they can use to make their victory dinner. The winning chef goes on a shopping spree that could change the course of their culinary career!
Guy Fieri brings four chefs together to fight fryer with fryer in an exciting fried food feud. First, they must make a sweet and savory fried feast using only what they can carry in a small fryer basket. Then, the three remaining chefs must prepare a fried fish dinner using the type of fish they win in a classic GGG card game. The fry chef with the highest combined score after two rounds gets a shot at winning a crispy $20,000 in cash.
Bigger, Badder Budget Battle
Four chefs with a knack for cooking on a budget take on two of Guy Fieri's all-new budget games. First, the chefs must make a hearty lunch with ingredients that satisfy Guy's price-based grocery list. Then, the three top-scoring chefs must turn a budget bag of groceries from Guy's son Hunter into an upscale dinner by getting a refund on the items they don't want so they can purchase what they do want! The winning chef gets a shot at winning a budget-busting $20,000!
All-Star Delivery Nightmare
Back in Flavortown Market, Guy Fieri pranks three all-star chefs who endured the at-home games of GGG Delivery by having them compete using the contents of the dreaded Delivery boxes! First, they have to make a feast using some really tiny ingredients. Then, the all-stars throw darts to choose the flavors they have to highlight in their dinner, but they have to pick ingredients that match those flavors out of another Delivery box! The winning chef gets to spin the Delivery Money Wheel for a shot at up to $20,000.
Guy Fieri hands four of the best all-star chefs the ultimate vegetarian challenge: Make two unforgettable vegetarian dishes in one hour using no more than 15 ingredients. After delivering their appetizer midway through the hour, the chefs learn they must also incorporate exactly 1.5 pounds of an additional ingredient into their fine dining dish. After the judges score the impressive meatless dishes, the winning all-star gets a shot at claiming up to $20,000.
Flavortown's Big Move
After serving up hundreds of games, thousands of dishes and millions of dollars in prize money, GGG has blown up so much that it has outgrown its current location. But before Flavortown Market moves to its bigger and better location, Guy Fieri throws one final bash with one more twisted game. Some of GGG's all-star favorites are on hand to cook up a farewell dinner while playing the craziest game of Shop Lift ever, and along the way, Guy celebrates some of the funniest and most memorable moments in GGG history.
It's the grand opening of the all-new Flavortown Market 2.0 -- bigger, better and badder than the original! Guy Fieri is celebrating by inviting four GGG legends to face off in a culinary battle royale where they get one hour to cook a trailblazing dinner complete with an appetizer and entree. But besides a trip to the butcher counter, the chefs can shop for just one ingredient per aisle! After the appetizers are served, the chefs must make their entrees, but Guy and his son Hunter throw the chefs one twist before they cross the finish line. The chef who wins the first competition in the new store gets to shop the market for up to $20,000.
Guy Fieri lays out what may be the hardest challenge in Flavortown history: Three chefs can only use 26 ingredients -- one for each letter of the alphabet -- over the course of two rounds. In round one, the chefs must make a chicken dinner using 13 ingredients, each one starting with a different letter from A to M. Then, round two has the remaining two chefs create their go-to seafood dish using 13 ingredients starting with letters N to Z. The chef with the highest score after this one-of-a-kind culinary spelling bee will get a shot at winning $20,000.
Extreme Frozen Games
Guy Fieri invites four chefs to play some cool games by preparing hot dishes using nothing but frozen food. First, they must make a hot sandwich and a side using only the frozen items they can carry in winter gear. Then, in the final round, the chefs may use one non-frozen ingredient if they can score a "grocery hockey" goal against goalie and GGG judge Troy Johnson. The chef whose dishes get the warmest reception from the judges will win up to $20,000 in cold hard cash.
Thankful for Flavortown
Guy Fieri welcomes four chefs who are thankful for their previous GGG wins back to compete in the toughest Thanksgiving competition ever: making both a Thanksgiving hors d'oeuvre and dinner in just one hour. First, each chef must serve up a family favorite hors d'oeuvre. Then, the competitors spin a wheel to determine what ingredient they'll have to incorporate into their Thanksgiving dinner. The winning chef will end up stuffing their wallet with up to $20,000.
The time is ripe for a competition celebrating the taste of fruit, so Guy Fieri challenges four chefs to make a fruit-forward feast using a grocery list given by Guy's son Hunter. Then, the three remaining chefs must make a fine-dining fruit dinner featuring fruit they don't knock over in a game of bowling. The highest scoring chef will go bananas when they win up to $20,000.
Fieri Family Holiday Showdown
It's a very merry Fieri holiday when Guy Fieri's two sons, Hunter and Ryder, and his nephew, Jules, face off in Flavortown. First, Guy pairs each family member with their very own All-Star chef partner, but he also gives each team a Secret Santa box full of weird ingredients that they must use in their holiday cooking. After serving their favorite holiday appetizer, the teams shop for a memorable family meal using elf-sized sleighs instead of carts. Guy keeps it all in the family by having his parents and wife, Lori, judge the dishes. Ultimately, the winning Next-Gen Fieri earns money for charity and a very special holiday surprise.
Winner Winner Chicken Dinner
Guy Fieri invites four chicken-fanatic chefs from his show Guy's Chance of a Lifetime to put their poultry skills to the test in two rounds of chicken dishes at Flavortown Market. First, the chefs are asked to make a fried chicken starter and shake using only ingredients from half of the store. Then, Guy and his son Hunter put a twist on an egg roll as the chefs toss an egg to determine the unusual ingredients they must use in their chicken dinner. Finally, the top chef gets a shot at winning up to $20,000 -- and that ain't chicken scratch!
Guy Fieri and his son Hunter are tired of people making resolutions to give up all the food they enjoy. So they declare Flavortown Market a resolution-free zone and, for the first time, invite home cooks -- not chefs -- to make the real-deal comfort dishes people crave. First, Guy makes the cooks pick a canned ingredient they have to incorporate into their no-restriction noodles. Then, Guy and Hunter let the competitors fulfill their fried fantasy while also fulfilling the demands of the Food Pyramid. After winning $10,000, the top-scoring cook resolves to return to Flavortown soon and hopefully win even more!
Global Food Fanatics
Some of the best world cuisine isn't prepared in restaurants -- it's served in homes! Guy Fieri and his son Hunter invite three food-obsessed home cooks to share the international flavors they grew up on, starting with their signature global dish. Of course, they also have to include all-American products from the market's sample tables. Then, in round two, they have to re-create the big bold flavors of their own world comfort food using only ingredients that fit in their tiny shopping bag. The winning cooks earns $10,000 and a return invitation to Flavortown.
Guy Fieri and his son Hunter throw challenging games at three food fanatics who are out to prove that their sandwiches stack up against anything found in a restaurant. First, they make a Herculean hoagie despite the ingredient limit imposed by the express lane. Then, the competitors pick the type of sandwich they'll make with a wicked game of Menu Magnet Madness. The Sandwich King himself, Jeff Mauro, helps to crown the $10,000 winner, who is invited back to take on other winning food fanatics.
Host with the Most
Three food-loving GGG winners who have already proven they can cook like pros are back for the title of Host with the Most. First, Guy Fieri makes them tackle a budget battle to show they can make championship game day bites without taking a bite out of their wallet. Then, Guy and Hunter invite them to create a party plate for a special occasion, and the cooks pull out all the stops. Ultimately, Guy rewards the event's hottest culinary host in an ending you have to see to believe!
Guy Fieri invites four DDD chefs, who have won a combined total of over $100,000 in Flavortown Market, to prove once and for all who's the best. But it won't be easy. First, they must compete in a pair of one-on-one sudden death matches to make elevated comfort food. Then, the two winners will face off in a final culinary showdown, and the chef who satisfies the Food Pyramid's random restrictions and makes the best high-end dinner will win a guaranteed $15,000 and bragging rights for life.
Food Network Champs
Guy Fieri welcomes four chefs who've won virtually every Food Network competition to compete on GGG. But to get to the final round, they must first compete in a pair of one-on-one sudden death matches. The two winners of the dual pork dish battle face off in a final culinary confrontation. The chef who satisfies the random restrictions of the food wheel and makes the best Champion's Dinner will win a guaranteed $15,000 and bragging rights for life!
Craziest Day in Flavortown
Proving that anything can happen in Flavortown, four all-star chefs are wearing body cams for Guy Fieri's craziest competition ever, with appearances from rocker Bret Michaels and the Six Million Dollar Man, actor Lee Majors. First, the chefs search frantically for grocery carts containing the ingredients and cash they need to make a fried appetizer and a mystery entree. Then, a special birthday surprise comes with a catch as the chefs encounter yet another crazy twist. Guy's son Hunter steps in to judge the dishes to help determine which chef conquered these crazy games for a chance to win $20,000.
When Guy Fieri rolls out across the country visiting diners, drive-ins and dives, he enjoys flavors from around the world. Now he's bringing those flavors back home by inviting four DDD chefs to cook their off-the-charts world cuisine in Flavortown Market. First, they must meld a classic diner dish with their own global flavors to create an international diner favorite. Then, the chefs pick a Wild Card to determine the wild ingredient in a meal that celebrates their culinary heritage, and one chef gets to celebrate a win worth up to $20,000!
April Fools' Rules
For GGG's 3rd annual April Fools' special in honor of legendary chef and prankster Carl "The Cuban" Ruiz, Guy Fieri has invited a bunch of Carl's all-star friends to Flavortown Market for a night of epic food and twisted pranks. The four chefs get one hour to prepare a spicy appetizer and an even spicier entree that will make judges sweat their pants off! Guy gives the chefs a generous budget to make their meals but then forces them to bid for the privilege to shop their favorite aisle. The chef who survives Guy's pranks and cooks the best food gets the last laugh -- their name engraved on the April Fools' winner plaque and the chance to win up to $20,000! Plus, someone is getting dunked -- literally -- in the most outrageous April Fools' twist ever.
Comedy Couples Cookoff
Guy Fieri opens up Flavortown Market to three celebrity couples that feature comedy performers -- but that doesn't mean their food tastes funny! The craziness begins when Guy and Hunter force the couples to shop separate halves of the store to make their breakfast in bed. Then, the comedy couples must create a romantic chef's dinner following the detailed recipes of all-star chefs. Luckily, the all-stars are on hand to advise the comedy stars, and the winning couple wins some big bucks to go along with all the big laughs!
Night on the Flavortown
Four new all-star chefs are competing in Flavortown Market for the very first time, and Guy Fieri is giving them one hour to make a fancy three-course dinner complete with a high-end appetizer, entree and dessert. Guy invites each chef to pick a cloche and use the mystery ingredient in multiple courses! To make things even more high-end, the competitors must buy an expensive extra ingredient mid-cook. The chef who cooks the most high-scoring, high-end meal will get to shop the market for up to $20,000!
Guy Fieri welcomes four supermoms to Flavortown Market to prove their culinary chops and serve up real deal home-cooked flavors. First, moms must prove they know their ABCs of great cooking by shopping for an alphabet list of ingredients to make weeknight family favorites. Then, they get to cook Mom's Choice, but first, they have to earn their shopping money by answering kids' homework questions! The top mom will get to shop Flavortown Market for up to $20,000!
Winner's World Cup
It's the World Cup of world cuisines! Guy Fieri invites three chefs with previous wins under their belts to go head-to-head in a showdown of international flavors. To make things tough on these GGG winners, Guy makes them shop in the brand-new international section, where all the labels are in different languages! Next, the chefs have to make an updated comfort classic while following Guy's grocery list. The chef that proves they're an international sensation will shop Flavortown Market for up to $20,000!
Food Truck Teams
Three awesome food truck teams are rolling into Flavortown Market to show off the food that made their trucks a hit. First, Guy Fieri challenges the teams to cook their bestseller, but they must incorporate instant coffee and doughnuts into the recipe. In a surprise twist, the team that wins round one gets an automatic $10,000 and the chance to take on GGG champs and food truck icons the Billionaire Burger Boyz. In round two, the teams must divide and conquer as each partner shops a different half of the store for the ingredients to make their secret menu special. Whoever wins this off-the-hook showdown will claim a guaranteed $10,000!
Burgers or Bust
It's burger night in Flavortown Market, and four chefs who specialize in making baller burgers are going head-to-head to find out which burger expert reigns supreme. Guy Fieri starts things off strong by having the chefs make a double burger, but they have to get creative because all the burger buns in Flavortown Market are out of stock! Then the chefs go all out to make an epic loaded spicy burger -- plus a shake to cool the judges down. The chef who makes the most bodacious burgers will get a shot at winning up to $20,000!
Guy Fieri invites four great chefs -- and even greater dads -- whose joints he's visited on DDD down to Flavortown Market to show off their mad dad chefin' skills. First, they shop for ingredients for a family favorite, but not before their kids call in with some strange ingredient requests! Then Guy treats the dads to a full-on father's fun zone of games to determine the details of their guilty pleasure dish. The dad who cooks up the most delicious dishes will shop the market for up to $20,000!
Supermarket of Mischief
Guy Fieri invites four GGG superfans to Flavortown Market for a night of twisted games and mischievous shenanigans! For the first round, Guy serves up a whole grocery list of games for the chefs to play while they cook up their signature dishes. Then the chefs face some of the judges' most feared ingredients, using them to make an epic dish. The superfan with the highest overall score will get the once-in-a-lifetime chance to shop Flavortown for up to $20,000!
Guy Fieri invites all-star pizza maestro Chef Christian Petroni to Flavortown to help officiate a throwdown between three pizza-making pros. After making a special delivery of whammy pizza ingredients, Guy and Christian put in an order for the competitors' signature pizzas. Then, Guy brings out the Pizza Wheels of Doom to determine the type of pizza the chefs have to make, and the one with the highest-scoring pies will get the chance to win some serious dough!
Guy's Summer Games 1
Guy Fieri is celebrating summer with a splash! He invites eight GGG winners back for an epic five-week tournament featuring cool new games, bold summer flavors and some killer grillin'. In round one, the chefs prepare a signature summer dish with only the ingredients they can fit in a beach bag! The best dish earns an instant $5,000, but the bottom two chefs go head-to-head to make the grilled chicken dinner of their lives. One chef will be eliminated, and the remaining chefs will stay in the running to become the ultimate summer champ and win $25,000!
Guy's Summer Games 2
It's time for a beach bash as Guy Fieri challenges the seven remaining summer tournament chefs to make seafood sandwiches featuring mystery ingredients they find in cans buried in the sand. The top-ranked sandwich wins an instant $5,000, and the bottom two chefs battle to see whose smoothie-inspired dish will save them from elimination. One competitor's summer plans end early, while the remaining chefs continue their run at becoming the summer champ and winning $25,000!
Guy's Summer Games 3
It's fun in the park for the six remaining summer tournament chefs! Guy Fieri asks the chefs to partner up and create team picnic plates, with each teammate first shopping a different half of the store using picnic baskets. The top-ranked team splits $5,000, but the members of the bottom team must go head-to-head in a bodacious burger battle, featuring pickled ingredients they score in a GGG version of pickle ball. One chef will be eliminated, and the remaining chefs will stay in the running to become the summer champ and win $25,000!
Guy's Summer Games 4
Guy Fieri invites the five remaining chefs on a summer getaway as they use flavors from around the world courtesy of international sample tables to make the best grilled meat dish for a $5,000 prize. In round two, the bottom two chefs take a road trip to a family fun zone to play midway games that handicap their handheld dishes. One chef will be eliminated, and the remaining chefs will stay in the running to become the summer champ and win $25,000!
Guy's Summer Games Finale
The final four chefs end the tournament with a nostalgic trip to summer camp. Guy Fieri asks the competitors to net the fish to use in their fish dinner, which must also incorporate the rice cereal they receive in a care package from home. Then, they show off their archery skills to pick a whammy for their grilled winner's feast. The winning champion earns a trophy, a donation in their name to No Kid Hungry and a shopping spree worth up to $25,000!
Cooking the Books
Chef Antonia Lofaso gives four of Guy Fieri's superfans the opportunity of a lifetime: to cook their favorite chef's recipes on his home turf! But Guy and Antonia aren't going easy on them, serving up some twisted games, including a burger recipe with blanked-out instructions in round one and a ton of different recipes to choose from in round two. The superfan who cooks the most delicious dishes gets to cook for Guy and win a big money prize!
GGG Meets Chopped
Guy Fieri is joined by fellow Food Network icon and Chopped host Ted Allen in the first-ever GGG/Chopped mashup. Ted presents four Chopped champions with baskets full of wild ingredients he selected himself, and Guy serves up a diabolical game, making them shop for all their other ingredients in the frozen food aisle! Then, Guy and Ted challenge the chefs to flip Ted's basket full of dessert ingredients into a high-end dinner. The Chopped champ who creates the best dishes will shop Flavortown Market for up to $20,000!
Fieri Thanksgiving Party
The Fieri family is back as the three youngest members are paired up with all-star chefs to compete in preparing a one-hour Thanksgiving feast. Guy Fieri gives them a two-for-one special of pie and turkey that they must use in both their appetizer and entrée plate. Plus, the longtime members of the Fieri family adults' table -- Jim, Penny and Lori -- all join Guy in his shenanigans. In the spirit of holiday giving, the winning team earns money for their favorite charity.
Three returning DDD chefs who have never tasted victory in Flavortown Market are ready for redemption. Guy Fieri welcomes them back by putting something extra in their carts -- the ingredients that caused them to lose the first time around! They’ll have to prepare and plate a two-course meal featuring these dreaded items in a single hour! The winning DDD chef will finally get their shot at shopping the market for up to $20,000!
Guy Fieri opens Flavortown's doors to four dessert chefs for a night of sweet treat showdowns! They hit the ground running with only 20 minutes to make a handheld fried dessert out of all the ingredients they can carry! Then, the chefs have to make their signature dessert using vegetables they select in a game of produce toss. The top dessert master will get the sweetest treat of all: a shot at winning up to $20,000!
When chefs get together for the holidays, it can get crowded in the kitchen, so Guy Fieri is dividing his all-star chefs into teams of three and making them compete in a wild culinary relay challenge. The first chef does the shopping, the second does the cooking and the third chef completes the presentation -- all without being able to communicate with their teammates! The team that makes the most cohesive holiday meal will go on a tag-team shopping spree worth up to $20,000.
Beat the Judges: Bacon
Guy Fieri challenges three bacon-obsessed chefs to prove their pork chops in the Flavortown Market. They'll show their worth by making a knockout bacon dish while incorporating two whammy samples table items! The winner gains an automatic $10,000 and goes head-to-head with the all-star judge of their choice in a Budget Battle to see who's the best at preparing bacon two ways. The chef who can bring home the bacon wins the second $10,000 prize of the night!
Beat the Judges: Vegetarian
Guy Fieri wants three produce-loving pros to let the world know how delicious vegetarian cuisine can be. They'll make a hearty comfort classic using all the plant-based foods they can fit into a single produce bag! Then, the winner earns an automatic $10,000 and takes on the all-star judge of their choice in a vegetarian food face-off. A roll of the dice determines the details of their 5-star vegetarian dinner showdown, and the winner earns the second $10,000 prize of the night!
Beat the Judges: Sandwiches
Three sandwich fanatics show Guy Fieri their stacked skills in Flavortown Market to earn some bread. First, the chefs have to make a decadent sandwich with the cheese and bread picks they select in a Fantasy Food Draft. The winner gains an automatic $10,000 and faces off against the all-star judge of their choice in a final sandwich showdown to see who can make the best mile-high sandwich using one ingredient per aisle. Whoever makes the highest-scoring sandwich wins a second $10,000 prize.
Beat the Judges: Cheesy
Guy Fieri invites three cheese-lovin' chefs to the Flavortown Market for a night of ooey-gooey goodness. In round one, the chefs must create their tastiest cheese dinner after getting served up a crazy cheese duo. The chef that proves they're "grate" wins an automatic $10,000 before going head-to-head with the all-star judge of their choice for the cheese championship. Whichever one makes the highest-scoring fried cheesy guilty pleasure wins the second $10,000 prize of the night.
Beat the Judges: Spicy
Guy Fieri invites three spice experts to Flavortown to prove just how heated things can get, but all the chile peppers are out of stock! In an even bigger twist, the winner of the spicy comfort dish challenge wins an automatic $10,000 and takes on an all-star judge in the ultimate spicy showdown. Chef and judge duke it out in an elegant spicy dinner battle, and the details are dictated by the Flaming Food Wheel. Best of all, there is another automatic $10,000 waiting for the winner.
GGG Winners' Face-Off
Four returning winners vie for the title of Ultimate Guy's Grocery Games Champ, but it won't be easy! The chefs compete in a pair of one-on-one sudden-death matches featuring the game Wild Cards. The winners of these dual battles face off in a culinary showdown where two chefs determine their final dish by placing food magnets on a fridge. The highest scoring dish determines who will win a guaranteed $15,000 and the title of Ultimate GGG Champ.
Flavortown Food Network Champs
Four chefs who've won virtually every Food Network competition are now competing for the title of Flavortown Food Network Champ and a $15,000 prize. First, the chefs compete in a pair of one-on-one sudden-death matches featuring spinning order wheels. The winners of these dual battles face off in a high-stakes culinary confrontation. The chefs make a high-end seafood dinner with details determined by the notorious food pyramid. Ultimately, the judges will determine which chef's dinner will earn them the $15,000 prize and the title of Flavortown Food Network Champ!
Super Seafood Showdown
Guy Fieri's games always have a catch, especially when he invites four seafood masters to serve up the catch of the day. In round one, the chefs play "Go Fish" to determine the catch they'll cook for their fish dinner. Then in round two, the remaining chefs make a shellfish feast using the sample table items that Hunter and the judges are hawking around the store! The winning chef will earn a "net" profit of up to $20,000!
All-star chefs bring their A-game to compete in Guy Fieri's ultimate ABC battle. In the first round, the chefs have to make their favorite comfort dish out of ingredients that start with their favorite letter of the alphabet. Then in round two, the chefs do a letter draft to determine the starting letter for the ingredients in their seafood classic. The winning chef finds out that "V" is for "Victory" as they shop Flavortown Market for up to $20,000!
Four all-star chefs who feel the need for speed compete in Guy Fieri's most fast-paced game: Grocery Rush! In round one, the chefs serve up a bangin' brunch in only 20 minutes! Then in round two, Guy challenges the chefs to make their favorite noodle dish in 20 minutes using 10 ingredients or fewer. The winner will take a quick shopping trip around Flavortown Market for up to $20,000!
Guy Fieri invites three families to show off their serious home cooking and shopping skills in Flavortown Market. In round one, they'll cook a family favorite that features the must-have food items on the "F is for Family" grocery list. In round two, the remaining families face off in a budget battle, where they'll stretch their dollars to make a plate worthy of a family dinner party! The family that wins together gets to shop the market together for up to $20,000!
Wine Country Chefs
Three top chefs from Northern California's world-famous wine country compete to show off their superior vintage. Guy Fieri welcomes them to the market with a gift basket full of local artisanal goods that they must feature in their signature dish. Then, the chefs play Spin the Wine Bottle to determine the not-so-romantic budget they'll have to make a romantic dinner. The winning chef will get to shop wine country's favorite market for up to $20,000!
Guy Fieri discovers his son Hunter and Chef Antonia Lofaso are holding an unannounced all-star chef competition in Flavortown featuring his least favorite food: eggs! He gets roped into playing "Will Guy Eat It?" as the chefs score points based on how many bites of dishes featuring eggs they can get Guy to eat. Then, the chefs try to entice Guy and the judges with ostrich eggs and ingredients from the least desirable sections of the store. The "egg-citement" never ends as one chef will have a chance to win $20,000.
Mother of All Winners
Guy Fieri brings back four GGG winners who are also proud mothers to prove mom cooks it best. First, they make a weeknight favorite using nothing but canned, packaged and processed pantry items. Then, Guy makes the perfect grocery list for an apple pie bake-off, but his mom thinks these talented chefs should make something more "innovative." Ultimately, the mom that turns apple pie ingredients into the best innovative family dinner will win up to $20,000.
Guy Fieri invites four "burgermeisters" who think outside of the bun to test the boundaries of what a burger can be. First, he challenges each of them to pound out four heavy-hitting burgers using only six pounds of ingredients. Then, they slide "sliders" to select the unorthodox ingredient they must incorporate into both their cheeseburger and side dish. The best burger baller gets to shop Flavortown Market for up to $20,000.