Four GGG winners return to Flavortown for a big burger battle. First, Guy Fieri requires the chefs to squeeze all the ingredients for their international burgers into tiny shopping bags. Then, in a burger-themed game of shuffleboard, the chefs pick unusual items to use in their unconventional burgers. Finally, they're randomly assigned a cheese for their gluttonous cheeseburger, and the competitor with the better burger goes on a shopping spree worth up to $20,000.
Two GGG juggernauts, Alex Guarnaschelli and Rocco DiSpirito, return to compete with their teams of Flavortown regulars in Guy Fieri's most hard-hitting games. In each round, one chef from each team will face off in crazy, tailor-made games to win an advantage for their team in the following round. In the end, only one team will win and be crowned GGG's Supermarket Heavyweight champions.
Everyone goes grocery shopping with a list, so Guy Fieri has three list-themed games prepared for the chefs in Flavortown. First, he gives them a list of ingredients that they must use in their childhood favorite dish, followed by a list of ingredients they can't use when making their best spaghetti and meatballs. Then, in a shocking third round, the chefs have to turn a list of dessert ingredients into a winning dish to earn a chance at raking in $20,000.
Three Food Network Stars bring their best friends from their seasons of the show to take on Guy Fieri's games. First, the teams must create a fusion of their cooking styles featuring a special ingredient delivered by Guy. Then, the remaining teams must create a classic duo while several crucial aisles are shut down. In the end, only one shining Food Network Star team will win a shot at a shopping spree worth $20,000.
Three chef dads from Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives team up with their kids to take on some of Guy Fieri's most brain-twisting games. First, the teams have to make a big grilled feast using only ingredients that start with the letter "S." In the second and final round, the remaining teams pick ingredients for their dream dinner one-by-one in an ingredient draft pick game. The pressure's on, as only one father-kid team will get to shop Flavortown for up to $20,000.
Guy Fieri puts the chefs to the test with games of extreme limitations. First, the chefs make their best chicken dish using only eight ingredients. Then, Guy asks for a regional comfort dish with a seven-ingredient limit. Finally, the chefs can only choose six ingredients to make a late-night guilty pleasure worthy of shopping Flavortown for up to $20,000.
To celebrate America and the people who have served it, Guy Fieri invites four chef veterans from different branches of the military to compete in two summer-themed games. And for the first time ever, it's all done in front of a live audience made entirely of veterans. First, the chefs have to make a summer seafood feast using what they can fit into a shockingly small mini-cooler. Then, the chef-vets will have to elevate a summer classic dish as decided by a game of Corn Hole. Only one chef will be crowned winner of GGG's salute to summer and earn a $20,000 payday.
Three young chefs are in for a day they'll never forget as they're paired up with their culinary idols for two games of grocery madness. First, the young chefs and their idols have to elevate a cafeteria lunch on a limited budget. Then, Guy Fieri gives them a special ingredient that they have to use in their unforgettable dinner. Only one young chef and their idol will come out on top and get a once-in-a-lifetime shopping spree for up to $20,000!
Making an entire meal from scratch is a challenge -- now imagine doing it in only 30 minutes! Four chefs who specialize in scratch cooking take on two grueling rounds, making everything from the bottom up. First, the chefs have to make a sandwich and side incorporating ingredients from Guy Fieri's grocery list. Then, in the final round, the chefs have a $20 budget to make their best pasta dish out of practically nothing to win a shopping spree worth up to $20,000.
Three chefs put their Italian cooking skills to the test in Guy Fieri's Italian-themed games. First, the chefs must make a pasta dish using eight ingredients or less. Then they're challenged to make a pizza and a side dish using items found on Flavortown's sample tables. The winner of the second round gets an automatic $10,000 and a shot at another $10,000 if they can beat one of GGG's legendary Italian chef-judges in a shocking final battle.
It's a family affair in Flavortown when two restaurant-owning families compete for a chance at a $20,000 shopping spree. Each round, the families must choose one member to compete in a challenge that will earn a key advantage in the next round. First, they must make their family favorite on a tight budget. Then, Guy Fieri asks them to make their best burger, but he gives them a list of key ingredients they can't use. Finally, the last member of each family decides which dish they'll be making from Guy's refrigerator magnets.
Guy Fieri brings four comfort food experts to Flavortown to compete in games that will push them out of their comfort zone. First, the chefs must make their signature dish while incorporating a list of mandatory ingredients. Then, they must prepare an elevated comfort classic using a mystery canned ingredient. Finally, the remaining chefs make a regional comfort dish on a tight budget to earn a shopping spree worth up to $20,000.
It's a night of culinary experiments, modern techniques and out-of-this-world plating when Guy Fieri brings four food scientists to Flavortown to showcase their molecular gastronomy skills. In the first round, Guy gives the chefs the basic ingredients of a hamburger and asks them to flip it into a modern dinner. Next, the chefs must make a twist on an American classic with restrictions dictated by the Food Pyramid. Then, in the final round, the chefs can only shop in either the odd or even aisles when making their wow-worthy dish for a $20,000 payday!
Guy Fieri welcomes competitors back to Flavortown to settle the score in three head-to-head rounds of rematches. First, two sandwich masters who tied in their first competition return to find out once and for all whose sandwich is the best. Then, a vegan and a meat-lover face off to make their best interpretations of a high-end dinner. Finally, two families battle it out to see who can make the best Sunday supper.
Who knows Guy Fieri's grocery games the best -- the winners or the judges? Three GGG winners team up to take on a trio of Flavortown's finest judges to see who comes out on top of Guy's devious games. Before each round, teams must choose one member to compete for an advantage in the next round, and the final game decides which team wins $15,000. First, Guy has them make their best bacon dish using only ingredients that start with a single letter of the alphabet. Then, the chefs have to make an all-American dinner using unlabeled canned goods. Finally, the chefs have to make their signature dish using only one ingredient from each aisle.
Guy Fieri tests the limits of four chefs by allowing them to shop only in the middle aisles of the store. That means no fresh produce, no fresh meat and no fresh dairy. First, Guy asks the chefs to make a breakfast without fresh eggs. Then, he asks for a hot lunch, but the chefs have to guess the price of a fresh protein in order to get it. Finally, the chefs have to make a family dinner incorporating ingredients from Guy's imperfect produce section. Only one chef will rise from the middle and come out on top for a shopping spree worth up to $20,000.
Guy Fieri invites teams of chef-siblings to compete in two games that will push their sibling bonds to the limit. First, the teams must decide which items from Guy's sample tables they want to feature in their family dinner. Then, he asks the duos to make a decadent dish while throwing them a curve ball that will have them rethinking their strategy. Ultimately, one sibling pair will pull it all together to win a shopping spree worth up to $20,000.
Four chefs representing cuisines from around the world take on Guy Fieri's global-themed games. First, the chefs make their childhood favorite featuring a handpicked ingredient from Guy. Then, they have to make their best rice dish while shopping with a tiny bag. Finally, the remaining two chefs must fuse their native cuisine with their opponent's for a shot at a shopping spree worth up to $20,000.
Guy Fieri has four culinary all-stars battling against the clock in three games where they'll have to both shop and cook in 20 minutes or less. First, they must make a fried feast in just 15 minutes. Then, they go on a record-breaking trip around the world making an international dinner in less than 20 minutes. Finally, the two remaining chefs will make a guilty pleasure in just 20 minutes. It's a battle of speed and only one all-star will earn a chance at a quick $20,000.