Fusion or Confusion?
Fusion or Confusion?

Four up-and-coming chefs must face having to fuse two divergent cultures on one plate in the first game.

The Judges Play the Game
The Judges Play the Game

We asked the judges to play 5 Ingredients or Less.

Get Ready for All-Stars
Get Ready for All-Stars

Coming in August, superstar chefs are taking on Guy's Grocery Games.

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Chefs Ham It Up
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Chefs begin by making a barbecue blowout that won't blow their budget.

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  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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!

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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.

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  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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!

  • 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.

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About the Host

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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