Guy Fieri brings in chefs representing cuisines from all around the world to team up and fuse their cultures' flavors together in delicious, cohesive and win-worthy dishes. He surprises them by revealing their partners, and then the teams create their best spicy dish and a classic duo, pitting their cuisines against the others to find out which combination of cultures is the tastiest. In the end, one fusion team will out-combo the others and go on to shop Flavortown for up to $20,000.
Guy Fieri brings four of GGG's most beloved judges to compete against each other using not-so-nice ingredients from his ultimate naughty list. The only way to win is to cook with every single naughty ingredient and convince the actual judges that those ingredients are meant to be in the family favorite and holiday party dishes. The winner will go on a Flavortown shopping spree worth up to $20,000.
'Tis the season for giving in Flavortown when Guy Fieri brings in four charitable chefs to compete in a holiday cook-off. First, Guy hands out gifts of special ingredients that the chefs must feature in their holiday pork dish. Then he uses a dreidel to give the chefs their budgets for a festive family favorite. Finally, the remaining chefs face off against a holiday version of the food pyramid that determines the requirements for their high-end holiday dish. Ultimately, one charitable chef will out-perform the others and earn a shopping spree worth up to $20,000.
It's cold outside, but the competition is heating up in Flavortown Market as Guy Fieri welcomes back three previous GGG winners to compete in his winter-themed games. The chefs are all confident that they can win again, but they have to outlast each other over three rounds of ice-cold, brand-new games to create lunch, dinner and an international favorite. Ultimately, only one chef will shred Guy's winter games and the competition to go on a Flavortown shopping spree worth up to $20,000.
Guy Fieri welcomes four pastry chefs for a holiday dessert version of his games. He gets things started by having the chefs turn a savory classic, ravioli, into a holiday favorite. Then he keeps things "sample" by challenging the remaining chefs to make a decadent chocolate dessert using two sample ingredients stationed around the market. When all is said and done, one dessert chef will out-sweet the others and shop Flavortown Market for up to $20,000.
Guy Fieri brings back three pairs of rival chefs who previously faced off one-on-one. First, two budget-brawlers settle the score in a round that has them shopping for ingredients under $5 for their family dinners. Next, a couple of food scientists face-off in a game that forces them to shop for their dishes in either the odd or even aisles. The final round brings back two Flavortown all-stars for an exact recreation of their first matchup. The winner of each round wins ultimate bragging rights and a guaranteed $5,000.
Guy Fieri brings in chefs from the four corners of the U.S. to see which region has the tastiest food. He starts off the competition by asking the chefs to cook their best regional sandwich, but on a budget. Then they have to make seafood dishes using ingredients from around the market. Finally, Guy's food wheel decides where the remaining two chefs get to shop for their regional comfort food dishes. In the end, only one chef will prove that their region reigns supreme and go on a shopping spree worth up to $20,000.
Guy Fieri is reflecting on what he's thankful for, and it's four talented chefs ready to play his Thanksgiving-themed games. First, Guy gives the chefs an empty cornucopia to use while shopping for their two signature Thanksgiving sides. Then he mashes two classic GGG games together: The chefs have to make a classic Thanksgiving meal on a budget while also featuring a special ingredient determined by Guy's wheel of chance. In the end, one grateful chef will go on a shopping spree for up to $20,000.
Thanksgiving brings families together, so Guy Fieri has brought his DDD family to Flavortown Market for some good, old-fashioned Grocery Games fun. He kicks things off by having the DDD chefs make their ultimate Thanksgiving sandwich without shopping in a crucial aisle. Then, the chefs must make a dish under Guy's designated weight limit. Ultimately, one DDD chef's delicious Thanksgiving creations will stuff the judges' stomachs and their own pockets with up to $20,000.
After seeing the devastation of fires in California and meeting the first responders who put their lives on the line to save people and communities there, Guy Fieri has decided to bring some of those firefighting first responders to Flavortown for a friendly culinary competition. They're challenged to make a firehouse favorite in the first round, and the second round is full of scorching-hot culinary combat as they make a spicy family meal. When the smoke clears, one firefighter will be left standing with the chance to win $20,000.
Guy Fieri invites four carnival food-loving chefs to play carnival classics, Grocery Games-style. First, he turns a popular strength test game into a finesse challenge to determine which ingredient the chefs must feature in their classic carnival treat. Then a simple game of ring toss determines the main protein for their best dish on a stick. In the final round, Guy combines strength and accuracy when he has the chefs popping balloons with darts to determine which aisles they can shop. In the end, only one carnival food chef will out-carny the others and go on to shop Flavortown Market for up to $20,000.
Four GGG competitors are back for redemption, but they might regret it when they face Guy Fieri's most terrifying games yet. First, Guy wheels out a vat of goo containing mysterious canned foods that the chefs must grab and use in a fried dish. Then Guy has them play a scary version of musical carts to determine their ingredients for a redemption dinner. When the Flavortown fright night finally ends, the chef left standing will go on to shop the market for up to $20,000.
Guy Fieri knows that food trucks have surged in popularity recently, so he's bringing in three teams of food truck chefs to battle it out for Flavortown superiority. First, a brand-new game has the teams splitting up to shop separate halves of the store for their bestselling dish. Then the chefs must shop for their best handheld duo using only their bare hands! Ultimately, one food truck duo will serve up enough delicious food to zoom past the others and earn a shopping spree worth up to $20,000.