The chefs have brought along a secret weapon -- their kids! Four competing families start by joining the breakfast club, but they have to watch their weight. Next, families must make a hot lunch using only ingredients whose name begins with the letter R. The final two families are tasked with making a winning Sunday supper featuring hot dogs and the color red. Ultimately, the winning family goes after the green stuff, up to $20,000 in the Triple G Shopping Spree!
When chefs join forces with their families, Guy's constantly turning the tables, with kids picking the dishes and chefs taking a time out from cooking. Four families raise the bar on breakfast, by making a brunch containing raisins and then a comfort meal on a very uncomfortable budget. Then, the finalists must prepare a five star dinner after they swap kitchens and groceries. One family will go on a Triple G Shopping Spree worth up to $20,000!
Four sets of siblings square off, first making a family feast using a measly five ingredients! Three families move on to make something stuffed using Guy's Grocery List of weird food stuff. Then, the stakes are high as two families attempt to make an upscale dinner with strip steak and a seven dollar budget! The family that pulls off that feat better be fast on their feet if they want to win up to $20,000 in the Triple G Shopping Spree.
Chefs keep it all in the family with teams featuring spouses, siblings and even grandma! The pasta shelves are off-limits when our four families attempt to create their best noodle dish. Next, three families have to come up with fresh ideas for making dessert from non-perishable items. The finalists must make their favorite family meal, but have to watch their weight while shopping. Then, it's "all hands on cart" as the winning family goes on the Triple G Shopping Spree worth up to $20,000.
Things start off on a high note when four chefs, including a ukulele instructor, must make a meatloaf without any of the usual ingredients. Next, how do you make an appetizer with less-than-appetizing items from a sample table? Finally, the chef that makes the most daring dish after a two-minute dash for groceries gets to go on a Shopping Spree worth up to $20,000.
Guy asks the chefs to give Ps a chance, since all the ingredients in their first dishes must start with that letter. Next, they must make a winner of a chicken dinner using a Grocery List that includes Asian hot pepper paste and candy. The finalists can't believe they have to make their best grilled dinner using canned goods. The chef with the "can do" attitude will get a shot at up to $20,000 in the Shopping Spree.
Four chefs must make their signature dish using an insignificant four and a half pounds of ingredients. Next, can the chefs butter up the judges with a fantastic weeknight family dinner featuring jumbo butterfly shrimp? Then, the finalists must make an upscale lunch that uses up an ingredient from every aisle. The winner will go on a Shopping Spree worth up to $20,000.
Chefs begin by making a barbecue blowout that won't blow their budget! Next, will Guy Fieri's eclectic Grocery List put a damper on a date-night ham dinner? Then, the final two try to make their best dish using items from only one aisle. The winner makes a mad dash for up to $20,000 in cash in the Triple G Shopping Spree.
Chefs make a Mediterranean feast using the least likely ingredients from the store's middle aisles. Next, they take a hands-on approach to gathering the items for a salad and sandwich without a shopping cart. Then, the finalists must make a family favorite under unfavorable conditions, using One Ingredient Per Aisle. The winner takes on the Shopping Spree challenge for up to $20,000.
Chefs from four distinct American regions vie for culinary supremacy. First up, turning a hometown hit into a homerun when you only get five ingredients. Next, it's sink or swim when chefs make a seafood supper using nothing but frozen food. Then, how do you prepare one protein two different ways when you can only use items from three aisles? The winning chef wins bragging rights for his region plus big bucks in the Shopping Spree worth up to $20,000.
In Triple G's Valentine's Day special, chefs discover that Guy Fieri's gift of chocolate is not the perfect match for their savory starter. Next, will there be enough time or money to shop for and prepare their desserts? Then, our finalists must grab items for a candlelight dinner while repeatedly trading groceries in a crazy game of Musical Carts. One chef will romance the judges and win the ultimate Valentine's Day surprise -- up to $20,000 in the Shopping Spree.
Chefs find that making your best dish using only ingredients that begin with the letter M isn't as easy as ABC. Next, they have to lighten up and make a grilled salad with only 6 pounds of ingredients. Then, the finalists have to make a signature burger with an ingredient from every aisle. Which burger will secure a chef's chance to bag up to $20,000 in the Triple G Shopping Spree?
Four chefs compete in a heated battle to make the ultimate hot sandwich incorporating a mishmash of munchies from the market's sample tables. Next, chefs are less than thrilled about making an international dish with five ingredients or less. Then, the finalists experience their own highs and lows trying to turn high-priced rack of lamb and low-priced pork rinds into their best dish. The winner takes the real high road -- a Shopping Spree worth up to $20,000.
Four James Beard-nominated chefs use their exceptional culinary skills to make an hors d'oeuvre featuring instant ramen noodles. Then, these high-end chefs have to make a five star seafood dinner with a ridiculously low budget. The finalists learn that creating a dish featuring one ingredient, prepared two different ways, using items from three aisles, is not as easy as 1, 2, 3. The winner is awarded up to $20,000 in the Triple G Shopping Spree.
Creating the ultimate diner dish should be easy for Triple D chefs, but a strict weight limit on ingredients makes this challenge heavy duty. Then, who has time to figure out what Guy's favorite dish is when you only get a few minutes to shop? The final two must make a stuffed entree with ingredients from every aisle. The winner takes a road trip around the market worth up to $20,000.