Family Dynamics in the Aisles
Family Dynamics in the Aisles

Guy reveals what viewers can expect from Triple G: Family Style, premiering on Sunday, Jan. 4 at 8|7c.

The Games Go Family Style
The Games Go Family Style

Preview the new competition and get all the details.

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Families Teaming Up

Meet the family members competing to win up to $20,000.

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  • 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.

  • 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.

  • For the first game, Guy gives the chefs a very small budget to create big, tasty grilled cheese sandwiches for four. Then the chefs are challenged creatively when they make unusual desserts from the ingredients in the meat, seafood and dairy aisle. The final two chefs shop the aisles to make their best Holiday celebration meal, but Guy swaps their bags of ingredients. Quick thinking and serious skills will send one chef on a $uper $hopping $pree with an extra holiday surprise!

  • For the first game, Guy gives the chefs a very small budget to create big, tasty grilled cheese sandwiches for four. Then the chefs are challenged creatively when they make unusual desserts from the ingredients in the meat, seafood and dairy aisle. The final two chefs shop the aisles to make their best Holiday celebration meal, but Guy swaps their bags of ingredients. Quick thinking and serious skills will send one chef on a $uper $hopping $pree with an extra holiday surprise!

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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.

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  • 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.

  • Four chefs have to make French toast in Aisle Down, but can they make a winning dish without a key component? 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.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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.

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Guy's always on the move with his hit shows: Guy's Big Bite, Triple D, Guy's Grocery Games, and Rachael vs. Guy: Kids and Celebrity Cook-Offs.

About the Show

Guy Fieri sends four talented chefs running through the aisles in a high-stakes, high-skills, grocery store cooking competition. The chefs are hit by real-world challenges like finding workarounds when all the essential ingredients are suddenly "out-of-stock" or having to create a masterpiece when you can only cook with "5 items or less" or on a $10 budget. In the end, the food does the talking, as the last chef standing has the chance to make some serious dough!

More About Guy's Grocery Games

Guy Fieri sends four talented chefs running through the aisles in a high-stakes, high-skills, grocery store cooking competition. The chefs are hit by real-world challenges like finding workarounds when all the essential ingredients are suddenly "out-of-stock" or having to create a masterpiece when you can only cook with "5 items or less" or on a $10 budget. In the end, the food does the talking, as the last chef standing has the chance to make some serious dough!

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