Guy's Grocery Games Judges

On every episode of Guy's Grocery Games, a panel of three judges made up of chefs, TV personalities and game changers in the food world will evaluate the dishes competitors make. Meet the show's roster of judges.

Beau MacMillan

Beau is a graduate of Johnson & Wales University and the executive chef of Sanctuary on Camelback Mountain in Arizona. He co-hosted Season 1 of Food Network's Worst Cooks in America and won Iron Chef America against Bobby Flay in Battle Kobe Beef.

Catherine McCord

Catherine is a food blogger, mom of two, and former print and runway model. She shares family-friendly recipes and healthy eating tips on her blog Weelicious.com and in her new cookbook, Weelicious: One Family. One Meal. She also writes for FoodNetwork.com's FN Dish blog.

D.C. Crenshaw

D.C. is a food and lifestyle personality, and TV host and executive producer of Game Time Dine. He is also the founder and president of Fete, a market event company that showcases Chicago restaurants.

Lorena Garcia

Growing up in Venezuela, Lorena fostered a love for food from an early age. Originally she studied to be a lawyer, but upon moving to the States decided to become a chef. She currently runs two restaurants in Miami and has done consulting for Taco Bell, designing its Cantina Bell Menu.

Jet Tila

Jet has previously appeared on Food Network's Iron Chef America battling chef Morimoto and on The Best Thing I Ever Ate and Chopped as a guest judge. When he's not appearing on TV or radio, Jet serves as a consultant. He is currently working on opening a nationwide fast-casual Asian concept.

Marcela Valladolid

Marcela hosts Food Network's Mexican Made Easy. Growing up in Tijuana, Mexico, Marcela gained a passion for food that blossomed into a career. She first worked at her aunt's cooking school in Baja, Mexico, and later graduated from cooking school in Los Angeles and Paris.

Melissa d'Arabian

Melissa won the fifth season of Food Network Star and currently hosts Ten Dollar Dinners on Food Network. Her brand-new Web series, The Picky Eaters Project, shows parents how they can start a plan to help their kids become more adventurous eaters.

Richard Blais

Richard runs three restaurants in Atlanta and is well-known for winning the first season of Top Chef: All-Stars. He's previously appeared on Food Network's Chopped: All-Stars and Iron Chef America in Battle Chickpea. His first cookbook, Try This at Home, was released earlier this year.

Troy Johnson

Troy is a journalist and food critic for San Diego Magazine. He began his career as a music journalist before transitioning to food writing. He previously hosted Food Network's Crave.