Guy Fieri invites four of GGG's greatest chef competitors to the grand reopening of Flavortown Market for a two-part $25,000 tournament! In Part 1, the chefs have one hour to create two courses -- an appetizer and a goat entree -- and they must use a grocery list highlighting all the new store sections, including the butcher counter and deli manned by Guy's son Hunter. The judges score the chefs' appetizers using the all-new Flavortown Scoreboard. To finish their goat entrees, the chefs must first shop for one more item that starts with a G, O, A or T, and the chef with the lowest score doesn't make it to the finale.
In the finale of Flavortown Market's Grand Reopening Tournament, the three top-scoring greatest-of-all-time chefs from Part 1 are back to take on another battle. Guy Fieri challenges them to make a comfort classic appetizer and a high-end entree in one hour using nine ingredients plus a mystery protein from Guy's son Hunter at the butcher shop. The judges score the appetizers, and then the chefs spin for a "wheely" special whammy item that they must use in their entree. The chef with the highest combined score after both rounds gets a chance to win up to $25,000!
Guy Fieri kicks off summer with a four-part tournament featuring popular summer rituals, games and grilled foods. Three of Guy's favorite Diners, Drive-ins and Dives chefs join him for a DDD-style backyard bash, turning classic diner dishes into backyard burgers and sides. Then the two highest-scoring chefs go toe-to-toe in a game of horseshoes -- lead by Guy and his son Hunter -- to determine how many whammy ingredients they must include in their grilled chicken dish. The chef with the highest combined score for both rounds wins $10,000 plus a spot in the big Summer Games finale.
Guy Fieri knows that tailgating parties and summer go hand-in-hand, so he starts Part 2 of the DDD Summer Games with three DDD chefs and a "Flavortown 500" race with remote-control cars. The chef that crosses the finish line first gets first pick of proteins to use in two tailgating bites. In round two, the two top-scoring chefs are tasked by Guy and his son Hunter to play a game of Grocery Pong to determine the number of ingredients they can use in a showstopping sandwich. The chef with the highest combined score wins even more bread -- $10,000 -- and a spot in the finale!
Guy Fieri's summer tournament continues with three DDD chefs competing in camping-themed games. First, they must make a fireside pork dinner using only items they can throw in a small backpack while following a narrow trail that bypasses half the aisles and avoiding trail dangers such as a wild bear and falling rocks. Then the two top-scoring chefs must try their luck with Hunter Fieri's slingshot, knocking down the canned items they don't want to feature in their grilled fish feast. The chef who hooks the highest combined score gets the catch of the day -- $10,000 -- plus a spot in the tournament finale!
It's the end of Guy Fieri's Summer Games, so he has the three DDD finalists take a virtual summer road trip! The chefs cruise the store and stop at "roadside" stands to pick up state-inspired food items that they must feature in an upscale diner dish. Then the two top-scorers salute that iconic road trip destination, Las Vegas, by playing a budget version of blackjack -- with special guest dealer Hunter Fieri -- to determine how much they can spend on ingredients for their steak dinner. The chef with the highest score at the end of both rounds wins the $25,000 tournament jackpot!
Guy Fieri brings in four favorites from Food Network Star to compete in some special games. Every Food Network Star contestant knows the importance of demonstrating a unique culinary point of view, so Guy challenges them to make a point-of-view dinner using only ingredients from five sections of the store designated by stars. Then the chefs must make a guilt-free guilty pleasure that includes items from Guy's one-of-a-kind grocery list. The chef with the top combined score after both rounds gets their turn in the spotlight and a shot at winning up to $20,000!
Chef Antonia Lofaso and Guy Fieri's son Hunter pull a prank on Guy by turning this all-star competition into a full-on EGG episode -- even though Guy hates eggs! First, the all-star chefs get 15 minutes to make an egg dish Guy would actually eat. They get points based on how many bites, if any, Guy takes of each dish. Then the chefs must use specialty eggs and nine other ingredients to make an upscale egg dish. The chef that whips up the highest score gets the choice of a money-making shopping spree or a jumbo check hidden behind the store's sliding doors!
Four chefs who lost GGG in their final cook the last time around return for a second chance at proving themselves. But this time, Guy Fieri has made success even harder to attain with two rounds of just 20 minutes to shop and cook! First, Guy asks the chefs to make a 20-minute appetizer, but he hits them with a grocery list of ingredients that gave them grief in their first appearances. Then the chefs must make a chicken dinner using limited ingredients, and the newly redeemed winner goes on a must-see wild shopping spree!
In addition to fighting fires, firehouse cooks keep their fellow heroes at their fire stations well-fed. Guy Fieri sounds the alarm as four talented firehouse cooks compete in Flavortown Market. First, they must grab all the ingredients they need -- with just their bare hands -- to make a cheesy comfort dinner. Then, they must create an international firehouse favorite using strange ingredients showcased in a 5-alarm red-light special. Things heat up when the winning firefighter must choose between a big money shopping spree or a mystery jumbo check!
Guy Fieri's teenage son, Ryder, accidentally leaves behind a cart full of his favorite afterschool snacks, so Guy makes four talented, up-and-coming chefs incorporate the snacks into two rounds of GGG hijinks. First, the chefs have to make a weeknight dinner, and the three top-scoring young guns go on to play "Hoops There It Is," in which the number of baskets determines the number of ingredients they can use to make their victory dinner. The winning chef goes on a shopping spree that could change the course of their culinary career!
Guy Fieri brings four chefs together to fight fryer with fryer in an exciting fried food feud. First, they must make a sweet and savory fried feast using only what they can carry in a small fryer basket. Then, the three remaining chefs must prepare a fried fish dinner using the type of fish they win in a classic GGG card game. The fry chef with the highest combined score after two rounds gets a shot at winning a crispy $20,000 in cash.