It's an epic Thanksgiving throwdown, and four grandmas are out to prove they've got game to judges Monti Carlo, Nancy Fuller and Eddie Jackson. First, they must dress up traditional stuffing ingredients to make a side dish that is anything but stuffing. In their second clash, the grannies have to transform Thanksgiving leftovers into a tempting Italian dish. Finally, it's grandmas gone trendy as the remaining two contestants vie for the $10,000 prize by making their best Thanksgiving pie -- on a stick!
First, the four grannies create handheld versions of mac and cheese to hold the family over until dinner. Next, they have only 30 minutes to make meatloaf for unexpected guests, with the help of unexpected sous chefs: the grandpas! Then, the final two grandmas try to freeze out the competition by producing an ice cream sandwich worthy of the $10,000 prize using liquid nitrogen. The judging panel features Food Network Star winner Eddie Jackson, TV host Brandi Milloy and chef Jamika Pessoa.
Three generations join forces in a special family edition, and first, the four grandmas must cook up a pot pie that reflects their heritage with help from their son or daughter. Next, they must make a brilliant brunch featuring the colors selected by their grandkids via video message. Then, the final two grandmas must turn peanut butter and jelly flavors into a family-pleasing dessert worthy of the $10,000 prize, awarded by judges Sharone Hakman, Aarti Sequeira and Jake Smollett.
Four grandmas must master the latest slang, snacks and social media food trends if they want to win $10,000 and impress judges Eddie Jackson, Brandi Milloy and Jamika Pessoa. First, they must make an afterschool snack featuring their grandkids' favorite ingredients. Next, the grannies have to prepare spicy fried chicken and grits using pre-packaged mixes. Then, the final two grandmas battle by taking on social media's newest trend, food imposters, and creating a savory dish that looks like dessert.
These four grandmas are definitely not taking a holiday from the kitchen! First, Santa gives them his food hack favorite, a clothes iron, which they must use in the preparation of holiday appetizers. Next, the grannies must make a Christmas main course featuring at least one fresh, one frozen and one canned ingredient. Then, the final two grandmas have to turn old-fashioned fruitcake ingredients into a holiday dessert irresistible enough to earn one of them $10,000 and impress the judges, Monti Carlo, Nancy Fuller and Eddie Jackson.
Four globe-trotting grandmas are taking off on a culinary world tour, presided over by judges Sharone Hakman, Aarti Sequeira and Jake Smollett! First, they have to make pizza the Belgian way, using a waffle iron as their only baking source. Next, it's "aloha-ole!" as the grannies make a mash-up of Hawaiian and Mexican cuisines. Then, the final two grandmas go tropical as they turn the ingredients from a frozen daiquiri into a dessert that will earn them $10,000!