In the first game, the chefs have to make an international dish using Five Ingredients or Less. In the Single Aisle Showdown, the chefs are restricted to the items found on the cereal, nuts and candy aisle. In the final game, the two remaining chefs must make steak and potatoes, but some key items are Out of Stock.
In Guy's first game, the chefs must create an Asian Stir Fry using no more than 5 ingredients. In the second game, they are given an unusual grocery list with the items that must be used for their fun family meal. In the third game, the remaining contestants have only two minutes to purchase all the items they need for a decadent pasta dish.
In the first game, Guy challenges the four chefs to make their best version of spaghetti and meatballs, but some of the key ingredients are "Out of Stock." In the second game, the chefs will use their supermarket savvy and couponing genius to make a family meal for four for under $7! In the final game, the two remaining chefs will make their best dishes using only ingredients from the frozen food aisle. The winner gets to go on a $uper $hopping $pree worth up to $20,000.
In the first game, the chefs must make an amazing surf and turn using only canned foods. In the second test, the chefs cannot use their carts when gathering ingredients for their soup and sandwich combo. The final two chefs must make their best steakhouse dinner using the ingredients found on Guy's Grocery List. The winner earns a $uper $hopping $pree.
It's a Frozen Food Feud for the first game, as the chefs race to gather ingredients for a seafood dish. In the second game, the chefs get Guy's Grocery List and must incorporate all the ingredients, including soy sauce, into their Mexican dish. The final two chefs can only cook what they carry, as they gather ingredients without using their shopping carts. The most impressive breakfast dish advances the chef to Guy's $uper $hopping $pree.
In the first game, the chefs take a mad dash to the produce section to make a gourmet salad, but all the leafy greens are Out of Stock! Then, coupons and quick thinking come in handy during a Budget Battle. In the final game, making a comfort meal seems simple, until the final two chefs must swap their bags of ingredients. The chef who impresses the judges the most earns a $uper $hopping $pree.
It's Closing Time, and the chefs have just two minutes to shop for their game day feast ingredients. Then, in a Single Aisle Showdown, the chefs are tasked to make their best dish using only the produce and condiments aisle. And Guy's final game has two chefs using Five Ingredients or Less to make an upscale chicken dinner.
In Guy's first game, four chefs are challenged to make an Italian feast using only canned foods. Then, it's Closing Time, so the chefs must race against the shutting lights to get all the fixings for the ultimate hot dog dish. The two chefs in the final game must come up with their best rice dish, while incorporating mandatory items from Guy's wild Grocery List.
Guy starts off the games by handing the chefs his unusual Grocery List and they scramble to make their best egg dish. In the second game, the chefs struggle to figure out how to make a dinner party for four with less than $8. It all comes down to improvising when Guy swaps the shopping bags of the final two chefs: With up to $20,000 on the line, which chef will make the best gourmet lunch?
Guy first challenges the chefs to make a five star dinner using only frozen food. Then, in No Carts Allowed, the chefs must hunt down as many healthy kid meal components as they can hold in their arms. The pressure is on as the final two chefs only have two minutes to shop because it's Closing Time: the chef who has the most delicious savory pie will go to the final $uper $hopping $pree.
In the first game, the chefs are tasked to make tacos, but tortillas, taco seasoning and ground beef are all Out of Stock. In the second game, Guy challenges the chefs to make him a sandwich using only frozen food. Then, with only Five Ingredients or Less the final two chefs must make a super seafood dish. The winner gets a $uper $hopping $pree worth up to $20,000.
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!