Back in Flavortown Market, Guy Fieri pranks three all-star chefs who endured the at-home games of GGG Delivery by having them compete using the contents of the dreaded Delivery boxes! First, they have to make a feast using some really tiny ingredients. Then, the all-stars throw darts to choose the flavors they have to highlight in their dinner, but they have to pick ingredients that match those flavors out of another Delivery box! The winning chef gets to spin the Delivery Money Wheel for a shot at up to $20,000.
After serving up hundreds of games, thousands of dishes and millions of dollars in prize money, GGG has blown up so much that it has outgrown its current location. But before Flavortown Market moves to its bigger and better location, Guy Fieri throws one final bash with one more twisted game. Some of GGG's all-star favorites are on hand to cook up a farewell dinner while playing the craziest game of Shop Lift ever, and along the way, Guy celebrates some of the funniest and most memorable moments in GGG history.
Guy Fieri hands four of the best all-star chefs the ultimate vegetarian challenge: Make two unforgettable vegetarian dishes in one hour using no more than 15 ingredients. After delivering their appetizer midway through the hour, the chefs learn they must also incorporate exactly 1.5 pounds of an additional ingredient into their fine dining dish. After the judges score the impressive meatless dishes, the winning all-star gets a shot at claiming up to $20,000.
Four chefs with a knack for cooking on a budget take on two of Guy Fieri's all-new budget games. First, the chefs must make a hearty lunch with ingredients that satisfy Guy's price-based grocery list. Then, the three top-scoring chefs must turn a budget bag of groceries from Guy's son Hunter into an upscale dinner by getting a refund on the items they don't want so they can purchase what they do want! The winning chef gets a shot at winning a budget-busting $20,000!
It's the grand opening of the all-new Flavortown Market 2.0 -- bigger, better and badder than the original! Guy Fieri is celebrating by inviting four GGG legends to face off in a culinary battle royale where they get one hour to cook a trailblazing dinner complete with an appetizer and entree. But besides a trip to the butcher counter, the chefs can shop for just one ingredient per aisle! After the appetizers are served, the chefs must make their entrees, but Guy and his son Hunter throw the chefs one twist before they cross the finish line. The chef who wins the first competition in the new store gets to shop the market for up to $20,000.
Guy Fieri lays out what may be the hardest challenge in Flavortown history: Three chefs can only use 26 ingredients -- one for each letter of the alphabet -- over the course of two rounds. In round one, the chefs must make a chicken dinner using 13 ingredients, each one starting with a different letter from A to M. Then, round two has the remaining two chefs create their go-to seafood dish using 13 ingredients starting with letters N to Z. The chef with the highest score after this one-of-a-kind culinary spelling bee will get a shot at winning $20,000.
The time is ripe for a competition celebrating the taste of fruit, so Guy Fieri challenges four chefs to make a fruit-forward feast using a grocery list with multiple forms of fruit. Then, the three remaining chefs must make a fine-dining fruit dinner featuring fruit they don't knock over in a game of fruit bowling. The highest scoring chef will go bananas when they win up to $20,000.
Guy Fieri invites four chefs to play some cool games by preparing hot dishes using nothing but frozen food. First, they must make a hot sandwich and a side using only the frozen items they can carry in winter gear. Then, in the final round, the chefs may use one non-frozen ingredient if they can score a "grocery hockey" goal against goalie and GGG judge Troy Johnson. The chef whose dishes get the warmest reception from the judges will win up to $20,000 in cold hard cash.
Guy Fieri welcomes four chefs who are thankful for their previous GGG wins back to compete in the toughest Thanksgiving competition ever: making both a Thanksgiving hors d'oeuvre and dinner in just one hour. First, each chef must serve up a family favorite hors d'oeuvre. Then, the competitors spin a wheel to determine what ingredient they'll have to incorporate into their Thanksgiving dinner. The winning chef will end up stuffing their wallet with up to $20,000.
Guy Fieri invites four chicken-fanatic chefs from his show Guy's Chance of a Lifetime to put their poultry skills to the test in two rounds of chicken dishes at Flavortown Market. First, the chefs are asked to make a fried chicken starter and shake using only ingredients from half of the store. Then, Guy and his son Hunter put a twist on an egg roll as the chefs toss an egg to determine the unusual ingredients they must use in their chicken dinner. Finally, the top chef gets a shot at winning up to $20,000 -- and that ain't chicken scratch!
Proving that anything can happen in Flavortown, four all-star chefs are wearing body cams for Guy Fieri's craziest competition ever, with appearances from rocker Bret Michaels and the Six Million Dollar Man, actor Lee Majors. First, the chefs search frantically for grocery carts containing the ingredients and cash they need to make a fried appetizer and a mystery entree. Then, a special birthday surprise comes with a catch as the chefs encounter yet another crazy twist. Guy's son Hunter steps in to judge the dishes to help determine which chef conquered these crazy games for a chance to win $20,000.
Guy Fieri opens up Flavortown Market to three celebrity couples that feature comedy performers -- but that doesn't mean their food tastes funny! The craziness begins when Guy and Hunter force the couples to shop separate halves of the store to make their breakfast in bed. Then, the comedy couples must create a romantic chef's dinner following the detailed recipes of all-star chefs. Luckily, the all-stars are on hand to advise the comedy stars, and the winning couple wins some big bucks to go along with all the big laughs!
Guy Fieri and his son Hunter are tired of people making resolutions to give up all the food they enjoy. So they declare Flavortown Market a resolution-free zone and, for the first time, invite home cooks -- not chefs -- to make the real-deal comfort dishes people crave. First, Guy makes the cooks pick a canned ingredient they have to incorporate into their no-restriction noodles. Then, Guy and Hunter let the competitors fulfill their fried fantasy while also fulfilling the demands of the Food Pyramid. After winning $10,000, the top-scoring cook resolves to return to Flavortown soon and hopefully win even more!
Some of the best world cuisine isn't prepared in restaurants -- it's served in homes! Guy Fieri and his son Hunter invite three food-obsessed home cooks to share the international flavors they grew up on, starting with their signature global dish. Of course, they also have to include all-American products from the market's sample tables. Then, in round two, they have to re-create the big bold flavors of their own world comfort food using only ingredients that fit in their tiny shopping bag. The winning cooks earns $10,000 and a return invitation to Flavortown.
Guy Fieri and his son Hunter throw challenging games at three food fanatics who are out to prove that their sandwiches stack up against anything found in a restaurant. First, they make a Herculean hoagie despite the ingredient limit imposed by the express lane. Then, the competitors pick the type of sandwich they'll make with a wicked game of Menu Magnet Madness. The Sandwich King himself, Jeff Mauro, helps to crown the $10,000 winner, who is invited back to take on other winning food fanatics.
Three food-loving GGG winners who have already proven they can cook like pros are back for the title of Host with the Most. First, Guy Fieri makes them tackle a budget battle to show they can make championship game day bites without taking a bite out of their wallet. Then, Guy and Hunter invite them to create a party plate for a special occasion, and the cooks pull out all the stops. Ultimately, Guy rewards the event's hottest culinary host in an ending you have to see to believe!