Guy Fieri challenges four chefs to make a dozen ingredients last through breakfast, lunch and dinner. First, he makes them shop for the only 12 ingredients they can use throughout the competition, and they start off by making a high-end brunch. Then the chefs are challenged to make specific styles of lunch and dinner determined by Guy's wheel of meals. Despite the tough games and even tougher competition, only one chef will outlast the others and earn a shopping spree worth up to $20,000.
In a world of convenience food, four scratch chefs show Guy Fieri what happens when convenience goes out the window. They have to make each component in their dishes entirely from scratch, like bread for their soup-and-sandwich combo. They're at their best when they go all out with their signature dish in the second round. When all is said and done, one scratch chef will win over the judges' hearts and go on to shop Flavortown for up to $20,000.
The bacon masters are back at it again when Guy Fieri welcomes four of the best bacon chefs to Flavortown Market for a real test of hog love. First, Guy has them make their best bacon sandwich after shopping in little, piggy-themed carts. Then the chefs have to stay under an ingredient weight limit when making their second bacon dish. Finally, the remaining bacon chefs are surprised with a misleading pig chart that gives them insane ingredients to incorporate in their spicy bacon dish. In the end, only one bacon chef will put the others out to pasture and bring home up to $20,000.
Guy Fieri loves the Big Game as much as anyone else, so he's pairing up ex-professional NFL players with GGG's all-star judges to see who can make the best game day eats. In the first half of play, Guy divides the market in half, forcing the teams to split up and shop their sides of the store for their game day platter. In the finals, Guy tests the remaining teams' throwing skills by having them toss footballs into ice buckets to earn key ingredients for their 6-foot sub. When the game clock runs out, the winning team gets the hardware, the glory and the chance to shop Flavortown for up to $20,000.
Guy Fieri unveils the ultimate strategy game in which the four competing chefs must decide whether to use six, eight or ten ingredients before knowing what kind of dish they're making. The chefs have to decide whether to go big early to ensure a spot in the later rounds or risk using fewer ingredients upfront so they can finish with a strong, multifaceted dish. Ultimately, one chef will pick the right limits and go on to win a shopping spree worth up to $20,000.
Guy Fieri challenges four fast food-loving chefs to recreate fast favorites like burgers, tacos and Chinese takeout. First, the chefs battle with their budgets to make their best burger and side. Then they race the clock to make an Asian takeout staple, and the final challenge is a Mexican takeout-style dinner. The chef who shows they know fast food better than the others will go on a shopping spree worth up to $20,000.
Guy Fieri invites four chefs to participate in Flavortown's first Cheat Day, challenging them to make dishes worth splurging on after a week of eating three square meals and exercising every day. The first two rounds have the chefs counting pounds and using specific ingredients in their deep-fried and mega-melty dishes. In the final round, Guy's newest and most dishonest game yet has the remaining chefs shoplifting ingredients for their ultimate Cheat Day dish. One chef will out-cheat the others and shop Flavortown for up to $20,000.
Guy Fieri welcomes back the winners of previous GGG spicy competitions and pits them against each other. In the first two rounds, the three chefs make their spiciest and hometown heat dishes until only one is left standing. The remaining chef wins $10,000 and gets a chance at another $10,000 if they can beat Flavortown's resident Spicy Queen, Chef Antonia Lofaso.
Four chefs from four of Guy Fieri's own restaurants face off in two rounds of culinary combat. Guy kicks things off by challenging his guys to make their best burger without any key ingredients. Then he gives them the freedom to make their own chef's creation, but he forces them to shop for their ingredients using teeny-tiny little bags. When the dust settles, one chef will be deemed Guy's Best Guy and shop Flavortown for up to $20,000.
Guy Fieri wants to know which culinary form is best -- tried-and-true classical techniques or molecular gastronomy -- so he has invited two old-school and two new-school chefs to test their skills against each other. First, Guy has each chef make their signature dish featuring a special ingredient. Then the final, winner-take-all round has the remaining chefs make a chicken dinner with an item from the infamous Food Wheel. One chef will show whether old-school or new-school techniques dominate and go on a shopping spree worth up to $20,000.
It seems like Flavortown Market has miles of aisles, but the four competing chefs find out the hard way that even the biggest aisle can be limiting if it's the only one they can shop. Guy Fieri uses his newest game, the Aisle Wheel, to restrict the chefs to just one aisle in each round. He even throws in some of his own twists and turns along the way as the chefs are challenged to make a hot lunch, comfort food and dinner spread. Only one chef will make it out and go on to shop Flavortown Market for up to $20,000.