Guy Fieri highlights four chefs who make great meatless meals in a challenging two-dish round. The competitors are given one hour to make a meat-free steakhouse dinner and appetizer using only the ingredients that will fit into the world's smallest produce case. Then, things get tougher than a cheap steak when Hunter Fieri makes a mid-cook delivery of mushroom jerky. The chef who makes the most marvelous meatless meal could win up to $20,000!
Guy Fieri invites all-star chefs to throw down in one of the coldest competitions ever. The celebrated chefs are given just one hour to make a hot appetizer and dinner party plate using only ingredients from the frozen section. Their dishes must be well "thawed" out because they have to include a different flavor of ice cream in each one. There's no time to chillax when up to $20,000 in cold hard cash is up for grabs!
Guy Fieri welcomes three all-star friends to what they think is a savory showdown, but he surprises them by deciding to go all dessert. In round one, the competitors must flip savory diner classics into sweet treats. Then in round two, the chefs make a fried dessert using mystery ingredients they select in a game of Crazy Can Roulette. The winning chef will shop Flavortown Market for up to $20,000!
Guy Fieri welcomes opponents who previously tied at Flavortown Market as they return to compete in tiebreaker rematches. First, two home cooks who love to entertain throw down once more and fight for their right to make the best party plate. Then, two returning supermoms compete in a budget battle to determine which mom makes the most comforting comfort food. The winner of each single round rematch earns bragging rights and $10,000!
Guy Fieri invites four chefs from Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives to make their most craveable creations. In round one, they must make their favorite guilty pleasure using no more than 6.5 pounds of ingredients! Then in round two, the chefs find that Grocery Bowl is right up their alley when it comes to deciding what whammy items they must feature in their decadent diner dinner. The winning DDD chef will get to shop Flavortown Market for up to $20,000!
Guy Fieri gives an unfiltered behind-the-scenes chef's-eye view of the total Flavortown Market experience! From the chefs' arrival to the guided market tour and pre-show pep talk with Guy -- all will be revealed for the first time. But the games are still as challenging as ever, as the competitors visit sample tables to pick the strange ingredients for a Winner, Winner GGG Dinner. One chef will have the experience of a lifetime and walk away with a life-changing $20,000.
It's the most prank-filled competition ever as Guy Fieri asks the judges and son Hunter to select the unappetizing whammy ingredients that the all-star competitors must use to make an appetizer and entrée. Then, Guy declares a chef swap, and the judges find themselves cooking with the whammy ingredients they chose, and Hunter discovers that he'll be competing against all-star chefs. In a final twist, Guy takes a seat at the judges' table.
Guy Fieri kicks off an epic five-week tournament as eight of the most celebrated chefs in the food world compete for the first time in Flavortown Market. Their ranks include Iron Chefs, James Beard winners, Top Chef winners and the reigning TOC Champ, but none have competed in Flavortown Market before. Now, Guy will put them through a gauntlet of diabolical games, starting with the ultimate limited ingredient game, Express Lane, as chefs make their signature sandwich and a side using only eight ingredients. The chef awarded best dish wins an automatic $10,000, while the others are vulnerable to a surprise twist!
It's week two of GGG’s greatest tournament, and the six remaining all-star chefs must take on Guy Fieri's most twisted budget games. The chefs form teams of two to make an impressive weeknight dinner for four on a $25 budget. To make things worse, Guy makes each teammate shop a separate half of the store. The team that wins best dish splits the $10,000 prize, but the bottom team members must compete head-to-head in the checkout round. The chef who makes the best $20 seafood dinner using only frozen ingredients moves on, while their former teammate is eliminated.
In week three of the all-star invitational tournament, Guy Fieri challenges the remaining chefs with wildly unpredictable games of chance. After a food wheel determines the type of dish they must make, the chefs race off in search of their grocery carts, each of which features a mandatory ingredient designed to make their challenge even tougher. The all-star with the best dish wins $10,000, while the bottom two chefs fight for their survival in the checkout round. The chef who makes the best steakhouse dinner -- despite the restrictions dictated by the dreaded food pyramid -- will stay in the tournament.
In week four of this intense invitational, the remaining all-stars must conquer Guy Fieri's twisted list games. First, they must make a comfort classic featuring the mishmash of items on Guy's grocery list. The chef who cooks the best dish wins $10,000 and a guaranteed spot in the finale, but the other three chefs must battle for survival by making their best burger and fries. Unfortunately, Guy hands them a list of traditional burger and fry ingredients that are off limits. The chef who makes the least successful burger plate is eliminated.
The three finalists must conquer Guy Fieri's most extreme aisle games, starting with aisle auction. The chefs outbid each other for exclusive shopping rights to three of the most essential store aisles before they can make their spicy guilty pleasure. The chef with the least successful dish will be eliminated, and the final two all-stars go head-to-head to see who can make the best 10-item winner's dinner after shopping for one ingredient per aisle. The victorious chef wins the tournament trophy, a generous gift in their name for No Kid Hungry and shop Flavortown Market for up to $35,000