Flavortown judges go head-to-head in three one-on-one battles. First, new school meets old school as Food Network Star Justin Warner faces off against celebrity chef Rocco DiSpirito. In round two, grilled cheese master Eric Greenspan goes up against Chef Aaron May. Finally, Triple-D chef Carl Ruiz and restauranteur Antonia Lofaso show off their regional cooking chops in a final round that must be seen to be believed.
Four bacon-ators throw down in Flavortown for a shot at $20,000. First, Guy Fieri asks the chefs to create an over-the-top bacon dish but throws them a curveball while they're shopping. Next, Guy asks for some gourmet "swine" dining but only gives the chefs a bare-bones budget. Finally, the two remaining chefs must transform the ingredients from a bacon and egg sandwich into a high-end dinner.
Guy Fieri challenges four chefs to use their noodles to outwit his challenges in three rounds of games. First, they have to make their signature noodle dish using limited ingredients. Then, they must make a classic noodle dish featuring a Wild Card ingredient. Finally, the chefs have to use a list of mandatory items to make their refined noodle dish, and the winner gets a shot at $20,000.
Guy Fieri's playing his cheesiest games and telling his cheesiest jokes, so four cheese experts start out by creating their signature cheese dish with a wild card decided by the luck of the draw. Then, the chefs are asked to make a cheesy international dish using nine ingredients or less. Finally, Guy has the chefs transform jalapeno poppers into a high-end cheesy dinner, and the winner gets a chance at $20,000.
Guy Fieri's favorite chefs from Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives who have also rocked Grocery Games are back in Flavortown to compete in an epic four-episode tournament. He'll put their shopping and cooking skills to the test in his hardest games to see who is a Triple D, Triple G, Triple Threat. Do they have the speed to deliver food in 15 minutes? Can they shop on an extreme budget? Finally, can they mash up comfort favorites in a winning dish? Find out who will go on to the finale and earn the title of DDD All-Star Tournament Champ.
Guy Fieri's favorite chefs from Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives return to Flavortown for the second time to compete in an epic four-part tournament. He's putting their shopping and cooking skills to the test in his toughest games to see who is a Triple D, Triple G, Triple Threat. First they have to make their best street food on a tight budget, and then it's literally a roll of the dice to see what ingredients the chefs must use in their deluxe dish. Finally, they attempt to mash up comfort favorites in a winning dish for the chance to move on to the finale and earn the title of DDD All-Star Tournament Champion.
Guy Fieri's favorite chefs from Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives return to Flavortown for the second time to compete in a four-part tournament to crown a Triple D, Triple G, Triple Threat. First, Guy asks them to make a regional favorite using limited ingredients. Then they have to make a guilty pleasure with ingredients decided by the arcade-inspired Spree Ball. Finally, the chefs attempt to mash up comfort food favorites in a winning dish for a chance at the finale and the title of DDD All-Star Tournament Champ.
Guy Fieri invites the finalists of the DDD All-Star Tournament back to compete for the Championship. The Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives chefs must first take on a game of stop-and-go as Guy dictates when and where the chefs can shop. Guy then asks them to make a lunch combo on a budget as decided by Grocery Bowling. Finally, the remaining chefs must make a deluxe diner dish with whammy ingredients chosen by the DDD Pyramid. It's a nail-biting final round you'll have to see to believe.
Four pie-pros compete in two plus-sized rounds of mouth-watering pizzas. First, Guy Fieri challenges the chefs to make not one, but two pizzas using only what they can fit into an empty pizza box. Then, he doubles down again by asking them to make a sweet pizza and a savory one, both featuring a very special ingredient. The chef who has the best slice will go on to shop for a chance at $20,000.
Guy Fieri pulls the biggest prank in GGG history when he fools three judges into competing in a knee-slapping, action-packed, two-game contest. To challenge the chefs, Guy brings out his most devious game yet -- the Guy Face Wheel. Then he throws down a challenge that leaves the judges terrified. In the end, only one judge-turned-surprise-competitor will win Guy's April Fools' Games and take home the winnings.
Four chefs are given one chance to shop for all three rounds -- and they have no idea what they're being asked to make. First, Guy Fieri asks the chefs to make their best lunch. They'll then have to use their remaining ingredients to make an international dish featuring a surprise ingredient from the international aisle. Finally, the chefs must use the ingredients they've saved to make their best refined dinner. Only one chef will out-cook the others and earn a shopping spree worth up to $20,000.
Triple G goes way out of bounds when Guy Fieri invites some of the most over-the-top and creative chefs to Flavortown. He starts by asking them to make their most outrageous dish using only the ingredients they can fit in under-sized bags. Then, the chefs must make a stacked-and-jacked dish using a variety of restrictions chosen by Guy's dice. Finally, Guy has the remaining chefs make a decadent late-night dish featuring the ingredients from Guy's grocery list. Only one over-the-top chef will rise to the top and shop Flavortown for up to $20,000.
Kids take on Flavortown after Guy Fieri invites four bite-sized chefs to play two huge games. He even brings his son Ryder to help out with the festivities. First, Guy asks the kids to make their signature dish using size-appropriate shopping carts. Then, the kids are asked to make their weekend treat using a list decided by Guy's eldest son Hunter. In the end, the culinary kid who out-cooks the others will get a chance to shop Flavortown for up to $20,000.