Meet the Families Competing in Guy's Grocery Games: Family Style

Meet the 16 families competing in four special episodes of Guy's Grocery Games.

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Photo By: Jeremiah Alley ©2014, Television Food Network, G.P. All Rights Reserved.

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Photo By: Jeremiah Alley ©2014, Television Food Network, G.P. All Rights Reserved.

Bruno Family — Santa Rosa, Calif.

Rick, who calls himself a tough Italian dad, runs his own restaurant and often pulls in his sons Shane and Harry to assist bussing tables and washing dishes.

Chiovera Family — Dallas

Joseph recently began his own food service consulting business. His sons Xavier and Giuseppe really enjoy cooking with their dad and are on board to help him win.

Roberts Family — Palo Alto, Calif.

Cindy is a culinary instructor whose biggest challenge is dealing with a family of picky eaters, namely Omar and Aida, who don't like it when their mom sneaks in healthy ingredients.

Robertson Family — Eau Claire, Wis.

Laurel is a single mom, and she runs a catering business. Both her kids, Megan and Cameron, consider her to be an amazing cook and love making dinner with her.

Fraser Family — Atlanta

Tregaye is a Le Cordon Bleu graduate and a chef. She helped raise her brother Andrew and sister Kristina, who are ready to follow her lead.

Grbic Family — St. Louis

Siblings Erna, Ermin and Senada run their family restaurant, featuring Bosnian food of their heritage; Senada is the restaurant's head chef.

Loza Family — Windsor, Calif.

Jose, a sous chef, and his sister Maria (left) are competing to win so they can help put their sister Edith (right) through culinary school.

Testa Family — San Diego

Sisters June, M.J. and Lisa call themselves the Italian stallionettes. M.J. is a sous chef who enjoys cooking Italian food inspired by their grandmother.

Casey Family — Boston

Dave is an executive chef of a seafood restaurant, and he's brought along his brother Patrick and mom, Linda, to help him win. 

Parrish Family — Chicago

Bobby (center) calls himself the leader of the pack, his brother Scott the wild card and his wife, Dessi, their secret Eastern European weapon to win the games.

Thurston Family — Sacramento, Calif.

Chanee (center) is a personal chef during the week and a caterer on the weekend. She and her sister Delon (right) are proud to say they learned to cook from their grandmother Ernistine.

Vera Family — Atlanta

Omar has brought along his wife, Rachel (left), and his sister-in-law Elizabeth, and they're hoping to win over the judges with their Spanish style of cooking.

Binbek Family — Chicago

Personal chef Donna has taught her daughters, Asha and Miriam, that even if you make a mistake in the kitchen, there's always an opportunity to turn things around, because cooking should always be fun.

Landefeld Family — Atlanta

Mandy, a cooking instructor, Jeff, the self-professed grill master of the family, and their son Drew, a budding chef-to-be, have put in their shopping practice and are ready to compete.

Lavin Family — Burlington, Wis.

Lori does all of the cooking at home, as she considers her husband, executive chef Michael, the messy one. Along with their son Andrew, they hope to win big.

Murphy Family — San Diego

Paul, an executive chef at a resort, considers himself to be the boss of the family, but his daughter Meghan, and wife, Elizabeth beg to differ, especially when it comes to cooking at home.

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