It's an international culinary showdown when four returning GGG chefs representing Latin, French, Italian and Korean cuisines battle it out to see who will take home the title.
The heat is on in Flavortown with Guy Fieri's spiciest games yet; first, Guy hands out a list with some must-have ingredients for their spicy chicken dish.
Two of Guy Fieri's worlds collide as chefs from both "Diners, Drive-ins and Dives" and "Guy's Grocery Games" are pitted against each other in some serious culinary combat.
Four fried-food fanatics enter Flavortown to take on Guy Fieri's deep-fried games; first, Guy hooks them up with a special ingredient they must use in their fried food dish.
On a GGG first, Guy Fieri gives the chefs three turbo-charged games with only 15 to 20 minutes to shop, cook and plate.
Guy Fieri turns back the clocks in Flavortown and throws back to the dishes we all grew up on; first, he asks the chefs to update a classic dish in a retro redux using limited ingredients.
Judgment Day is here and it's time to find out which Flavortown judge will be crowned the tournament champ; the final four begin with a chicken dinner featuring a grocery list of the panelists' least favorite ingredients.
It's the semi-finals of the Last Judge Standing Tournament, and the remaining five Triple G judges prepare their best cheese dish while playing three of Flavortown's hardest games.
The six remaining Flavortown judges form teams of two to prepare a regional seafood dish on limited funds in a Budget Battle with an unprecedented twist; the bottom two teams break up in an every-chef-for-themselves cook-off in the Redemption Round.
Seven Triple G judges return to Flavortown to continue the tournament that will earn the Last Judge Standing $40,000 for charity; first, they must combine numbers and letters while making their best pasta dish by using only up to eight ingredients.
Guy Fieri spins a wheel featuring all the judges' faces to determine whose least favorite ingredients will wind up in their steak house dinner; the two judges that land at the bottom fight for survival in the redemption round.
Guy gives the chefs gift boxes containing ingredients they must use in their holiday ham dish; they receive stockings filled with sweets and treats that must be included in their family holiday dinner.
Up-and-coming chefs make a Thanksgiving feast using only the ingredients they can fit in a traditional cornucopia basket; prepare a fall staple using a list of the Fieri family's favorite ingredients.
Four dough throwers compete in a pizza playoff; cooking decadent pizzas featuring high-priced topping and low-priced cheese; making a guilty pleasure pizza with bare hands.
Four thrifty chefs are given only one five-minute shop and $60 to buy all the groceries to last them the entire competition; the chefs must make a comfort classic breakfast, a spicy lunch and a fried dinner.
The chefs must flip the ingredients of bread pudding into a spicy high-end dinner; determining which pepper they must feature in their signature spicy dish; making a spicy guilty pleasure using four ingredients with pepper in their name.
Including Guy Fieri's red fright special in their creepy comfort food dish; making a midnight snack using only ingredients they can fit in a tiny trick or treat bucket; featuring spooky ingredients in a haunted high-end dinner.
Three of GGG's biggest superfans get to play their favorite Flavortown games; favorite judges Beau MacMillan, Damaris Phillips and Aarti Sequeira mentor them as they shop for a diner dish using kiddie carts; best seafood dinner on a budget.
Chefs play not one, but two extreme grocery games in each round as they attempt to prepare their best fried dish and a high-end dish; the final two culinary giants must then make their signature dish during two more treacherous games.
Two shocking shopping cart games; chefs search the store to discover where Guy has hidden their personal carts, only to find that they must make their best burger and fries with a bizarre ingredient that he left in each one.
Remaining six chefs are given the same grocery list, but must compete in three one-on-one battles to see who makes the best breakfast, lunch or dinner.
The theme is budget battle royale; seven remaining celebrity chefs are each given $36.01 to buy their groceries.
Eight of America's best celebrity chefs compete against each other in a no-holds-barred $40,000 tournament; taking on the express lane; four ingredients or less to make the best Italian dish.
Kids use items from Flavortown's sample tables to make a school lunch remix; the young chefs weigh their options of ingredients in international dishes.
Contestants must fit all the ingredients for their hometown grilled special into ultra-tiny grocery bags and play a game of Grocery Golf to find out which wild ingredients they must feature in their best grilled sandwich.
Making something using a list of top-searched ingredients on the web; best taco platter without traditional taco ingredients; making a trending dinner featuring hot and not-so-hot ingredients chosen by Guy Fieri's dreaded Food Wheel.
Chefs shop for ingredients using kiddie carts; chefs flip mac n' cheese into an elegant cheese dish; final two chefs try to melt the judges' hearts with their signature cheese dish featuring pork rinds.
Four American heroes -- a cop, a firefighter, an EMT and an Air Force vet -- test their culinary might in a battle worth up to $20,000.
A family of chefs make a hot lunch using only five pounds of ingredients; family members serve up their best noodle dish using ingredients from a gumball machine; making their family favorite dish.
Carnival food chefs try their luck spinning a wheel of chance for the ingredients in their fried classic; chefs play Spree Ball to determine their budget; final two chefs use darts to pop the balloons that determine which aisles they can shop.
Three pairs of twins team up to show that two head chefs are better than one; chefs have to turn birthday cake ingredients into a delicious dinner; the remaining duos roll a pair of dice to determine the restrictions for their classic duo dish.
Three dads and their kids pit their family recipes against each other; they must make their greatest grilled dinner using processed ingredients; dads and kids bowl to determine the ingredients they must use for their game day favorites.
Returning chefs get ready to take on their former rivals in three grudge matches; in the first match, two chefs who were originally forced to team up go head to head in a challenge using only ingredients that start with the same letter.
Burger masters must shop for the ingredients using a tiny bag; the chefs make their take on a classic burger without classic ingredients; one of the finalists falls by the wayside; judges are forced to compete in a surprise burger finale.
Beau MacMillan, Aarti Sequeira, Justin Warner and their moms shop and cook their way to a victory for charity; Guy Fieri's mom gives the judge-mom duos a list of mandatory ingredients; Guy has them do all the shopping using kiddie carts.
One member of each family must prepare their best pork dish using a grocery list; the men in the families face off in a seafood dinner showdown; the final two members of each family must use only seven items to make their family favorite.
Chefs pair up and compete against the other teams; the teams must serve up a fried feast using only ingredients that begin with the letter F; the duos must create a fine dining dinner on a bare-bones budget.
Three of Grocery Games' biggest winners compete to earn the right to battle an Iron Chef; flipping s'mores ingredients into a high-end dinner; an elevated lunch using only one ingredient per aisle.
The final four Supermarket Masters compete; the chefs get only 20 minutes to shop, cook and plate an Italian dish; the chefs let a roll of the dice determine the components of their grilled seafood dinner.
Four past GGG winners compete; a high-end, old-school dinner that includes the mish-mash of ingredients on Guy's Grocery List; super sandwiches and sides in 15 minutes; wild cards determine the two types of cuisine for a fusion dish.
Four more GGG winners compete; a steakhouse dinner without access to the meat and seafood sections; an upscale lunch where the budget and restrictions are dictated by the Food Pyramid; one chef shops the odd aisles and the other the even aisles.
The chefs have to make a meal with only five pounds of ingredients; the chefs make an elevated burger featuring strange sample table items; the remaining two chefs make a Mexican fiesta after shopping only in the aisles chosen in a game of bowling.
Former victors return to compete in the five-week Supermarket Masters Tournament; the chefs must make an upscale dinner with ingredients that start with the same letter; Guy Fieri gives the chefs a $12 budget to make a pizza.
Four chefs prepare bacon dishes in an attempt to win $20,000; the ultimate bacon dish with a nine-item shopping limit; an elevated bacon dish with items on Guy Fieri's mandatory grocery list; refrigerator magnets decide on smoky chocolate BBQ.
Standup comics team up with Food Network mentors to earn money for charity; the comedians must make dinner using only the ingredients they can fit in small bag; the comedians must cook for their agent with funny-sounding foods.
Four chefs must create a winning breakfast, lunch and dinner for four on a budget of $60; a lumberjack breakfast with the aid of a handful of coupons; a sandwich lunch that might not feature a side dish; dinner on less than $16.
Four chocolate masters have to flip a German chocolate cake into the ultimate lunch; the chefs play an arcade game to determine their personal budgets for a chocolate dessert; two chefs determine dinner ingredients with a wheel of chance.
Chefs find themselves at the food pyramid's mercy when it determines the first round dishes; the chefs must make a classic burger and fries using ingredients selected by the pyramid; the pyramid picks the type of dish the final two chefs must make.
Guy Fieri takes the final four DDD chefs on a cross-country road trip; frozen ingredients for a high-end dinner; ingredients found only in the middle aisles of the store; the final two battle to make a West Coast winner's dinner.
Four more DDD chefs compete for the last spot; a lunch-counter special using only ingredients that start with a specific letter; a deluxe diner dinner on a tight budget; a chicken entree.
Four new DDD chefs must make a hot sandwich without a key ingredient; dice determine which ingredients the chefs can use to make a seafood special; Guy Fieri helps the last two decide what regional take on a pork dinner they will prepare.
Four new DDD chefs compete; dinner made with apple pie ingredients; sliders made with ingredients chosen by shuffleboard pucks; Guy Fieri uses a map of the USA to decide which regional version of a fried entree the last two chefs must prepare.
Sixteen of the best DDD chefs compete in a new Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives Tournament; lunch with seven items from the express lane; the Food Wheel determines one high-priced and low-priced ingredient for surf and turf; regional burgers and fries.
Never-before-seen outtakes, behind-the-scenes footage and fun facts; four firefighters compete to make a big dinner, but with a small catch; Guy asks the chefs to make a healthy lunch; the last two chefs go head-to-head making a spicy dish.
Never-before-seen footage, burning behind-the-scenes outtakes and Guy Fieri fun facts; chefs must make a dish bringing some big hometown heat with a small twist; chefs must make a spicy American classic; final two chefs make an upscale spicy dinner.
Never-before-seen footage, brand new jokes and Guy Fieri fun facts; chefs must make a classic duo dish with a limited budget of $15 plus a surprise ingredient; chefs play a game of Grocery Golf to dictate the direction of their decadent dinner.
New footage, brand new jokes, and Guy Fieri fun facts; chefs have to spellcheck the ingredients for breakfast when Guy Fieri plays ABC; competitors forced to weigh their steakhouse dinner; chefs mix luxury ingredients with low-priced fare.
Never-before-seen pranks, jokes and Guy Fieri fun facts; chefs begin with some pumpkin bowling; competitors rummage through some creepy clearance carts to find ingredients; chefs must use the red light special to make their best offal dish.
The three victors battle for the chance to take on Robert Irvine; the chefs make sandwiches with the impossible items on Guy Fieri's grocery list; the remaining two chefs can only use frozen and canned vegetables to make must make a family dinner.
Three more chefs hope to compete against Robert Irvine; breakfast made with items determined by a deck of cards; protein shake ingredients used to make an elegant dinner; refrigerator magnets choose the dish the last chef must make.
The chefs must turn a fruitcake into a New Year's dinner; the chefs use the Food Pyramid to determine the special ingredients used in their family classic; the final two chefs must make a holiday brunch using only one ingredient from each aisle.
Part two of the Triple G Impossible tournament; the winning chef battles Robert Irvine; the chefs must make a steakhouse dinner using only six pounds of ingredients; the chefs must create a seafood feast using only ingredients from a bag, box or jar.
Four-part Triple G Impossible Tournament featuring Guy Fieri's toughest games and Robert Irvine; three chefs make a lumberjack breakfast using ingredients that all start with the same letter; the remaining two chefs must shop using a child-size cart.
Four chefs compete to win a life-changing shopping spree; the chefs must use carrot cake ingredients to make lunch; the chefs bowl to determine which isle they can shop for ingredients; dice determine the top two chefs' ingredients.
The Triple G judges prepare a wintertime favorite with eight items or fewer; the judges make holiday desserts on a tight budget; the Holiday Food Wheel determines which ingredients they must use in their creations.
Four of Triple G's best chefs return for two new challenges; a memorable meal created in a game of wild cards; the chefs struggle to shop for a Sunday dinner through strenuous restrictions.
Four chefs must make Thanksgiving dinner using only seven pounds of ingredients; the chefs must make a 15 minute party plate; the final two chefs have two minutes to shop for an upscale Thanksgiving dinner so Guy Fieri can close up early.
Josh Elkin, Kelsey Nixon, Dan Pashman and Jazz Smollett compete; the chefs must fit all the ingredients for their signature dish into tiny grocery bags; the chefs bowl for their ingredients; lasagna without traditional lasagna ingredients.
The top two finalists from the biggest Triple G tournaments face off in a head-to-head rematch; French chef Stephane vs. maverick chef Chase; Crista and Phillip's dishes are decided by refrigerator magnets.
Guy gives contestants a bizarre grocery list of ingredients for making their fried fair food; chefs receive a skimpy budget to make a generous platter of fried chicken; the final two chefs must turn fried food into fine dining.
Chefs must make a fast food favorite using only ingredients over $5; contestants shop for their sweet and savory dinner with an unusual shopping cart; chefs have to roll with the punches to make a decadent dish.
Grandparents take over the grocery store and must make their grandkids' favorite dish using ten items or less; they use a culinary slot machine to select ingredients for a diner classic; grandparents combine both old school and trendy ingredients.
The chefs must use tiny jack-o'-lanterns to grab all the ingredients to make a tricked-out treat; chefs wear blindfolds to find the key item for their dinners to die for; chefs can only use their bare hands to shop for a mummified dish.
The final four superstars compete in the final rounds with three rounds decided by the never-before-seen Wheel of Games.
The five remaining chefs make a gourmet entree using Guy's son's favorite snack foods to battle for the remaining slots.
The remaining six chefs pair up into teams to navigate through Guy's most terrifying game yet; the chefs make their best desserts in round two.
Fine dining in the first round for the remaining chefs; a diabolical round two with one chef checking out of Flavortown.
In the first round, all eight superstars must make their signature dish using only ingredients from the middle aisles; in the second round, the bottom two all-stars must fight for survival in a cook-off of All-American favorites.
The chefs must make a dish bringing some big hometown heat with a small twist; spicy American classic challenge; upscale spicy dinner.
In the first round the chefs must make a big dinner, but with a small catch; the red lights are flashing as Guy asks the chefs to make a healthy lunch; the last two chefs go head-to-head making a spicy dish.
The chefs are asked to make an ooey-gooey, cheese-filled dish with big limitations; the chefs prepare a cheesy sandwich with an unbelievable twist; the remaining chefs present their spin on an elevated cheese dish.
Four chefs from Guy Fieri's winning season of "Food Network Star" reunite 10 years later; first, the alumni must create a five-star dish using a special list of ingredients; an unexpected guest arrives with a delivery.
The young chefs win a mandatory ingredient for an Italian dish using the Groceryland board game; the chefs must create their best lunch despite receiving a limited allowance.
The chefs must make their breakout dish with limited ingredients; the chefs must take a list of iconic breakfast items and transform it into a delicious dinner; blindfolded challenge.
The chefs must make an all-American meal featuring varied items from the store's star-spangled sample tables; the chefs roll their way to Guy's arcade where they pick a protein for their seafood spectacular.
Pastry chefs invade Flavortown; celebrity judges Ron Ben-Israel, Duff Goldman and Jackie Sorkin-Fernandez join the party for an all-dessert competition.
Dads duke it out in the GGG kitchen; the contestants must decipher a grocery list made up of emoji symbols; the fathers have to make a family favorite using only foods whose price begins with a two; the final challenge, a game of Grocery Golf.
The chefs spin the budget wheel to win a paltry $9.04 for their pork dish; the chefs whirl the color wheel and land on a high-end lunch featuring the color yellow and wild boar sausage.
Food Network stars Eddie Jackson, Aaron McCargo Jr., Damaris Phillips and Justin Warner descend on Flavortown Market; in the first challenge the stars must create a family dinner using only ingredients that fit into a purse-sized shopping bag.
The chefs' first dish must include wasabi, chocolate and two buns; bountiful seafood feast; the chefs play Guy's arcade favorite, Spreeball, to win the tofu and pineapple they must feature in their grill master's dinner.
The final four chefs vie for a comeback, starting with a redemption dinner using the same ingredients that caused their downfall the first time; the chefs play a GGG arcade favorite to win money to pay for their grilled picnic.
The chefs must create a fried feast using grocery bags that keep getting smaller; worlds collide as the chefs dish out their best beef dinner combining the flavors of Italy and Korea.
A roll of the dice determines that chefs must make a chicken dinner featuring tofu and radishes; the chefs must create a tasty soup and sandwich on a not-so-super budget of $11.
The chefs must turn German chocolate cake ingredients into a delicious dinner and are then tasked with making something cheesy using only items whose prices begin with the number three.
The chefs have to make an Italian feast using nine items or less; the chefs make Philly cheesesteaks without hoagie rolls, beef, bell peppers or provolone; the chefs try their luck at bowling.
Crafting a delicious bacon lunch using only ingredients that start with the letter B; the chefs have to create an international bacon dish that incorporates a bizarre ingredient.
The chefs must make an elevated sandwich using only ingredients that are under $4; making a childhood favorite on an unfavorable budget.
An all burger edition; the chefs must create an international burger using only eight items; the chefs plate a classic American burger featuring a weird ingredient; the two finalists must shop quickly as the market closes early.
Eight chefs who've never met are partnered up to take on the market; the teams must create a classic duo dish with a limited budget of $15; the dynamic duos hit the green for a game of Grocery Golf.
The chefs must make a sweet and savory breakfast from items found in the store's clearance carts; a family lunch is complicated by a red light special.
The chefs roll dice to determine the details of a poker night plate; a wild card game determines the special ingredients in a wholesome weeknight dinner; the chefs play the slots see their jackpot trio of ingredients.
Four home cooks from All-Star Academy compete; Curtis Stone and Richard Blais serve as guest mentors; first, they must make a fine dining dinner including all of the wacky items on Guy's list.
Four chefs who are getting hitched compete to bag some much-needed cash for their wedding day; the chefs get cold feet when preparing a cocktail hour appetizer from the frozen aisle.
The chefs must dish up their best breakfast using a grocery list made up of emojis; the chefs must create the ultimate drive-in burger featuring a red light special; they must make an elevated dive-bar dish using only ingredients from three aisles.
Chefs must shop for a family feast using the smallest grocery bags ever seen; then, they must prepare a dinner that incorporates crazy ingredients picked by Guy's Food Pyramid; blindfolded chefs choose a food item to be used in a daring dish.
Chefs must make a hot sandwich without shopping in the meat, cheese and deli aisles; next, they're challenged to roll the dice to create an international dish; finally, they must make a pork dish with wild ingredients picked out of the claw machine.
In round one, chefs must make comfort food using seven or fewer items; next, the chefs make their best dinner using the sub-par ingredients from a game of Grocery Golf; finally, each chef prepares a dish made up for them using refrigerator magnets.
Chefs prepare a lunch special using only ingredients that begin with the letters "D" or "G;" the contest continues with a noodle dish made only from ingredients that cost $4; two chefs go bowling to pick the ingredients in their Sunday supper.
Four veterans, representing the Army, Marines, Air Force and Navy march into Flavortown; first, they must make their best family holiday meal with a must-use ingredient; the winning veteran earns a shopping spree for their chosen USO center.
The final four champs compete; two-time winners discover the road to victory won't be easy when they are forced to make a hearty lunch with a total of seven ingredients from the canned or frozen sections only.
Four returning champs must make a pizza without using any traditional pizza ingredients; clues lead to the mandatory ingredients in their best Asian dish; facing the feared Food Wheel.
Four returning champs battle it out; the chefs must use both their cooking and spelling skills to make an adventurous lunch using only ingredients that begin with the letter M.
Four returning champs make their best breakfast featuring ingredients like frozen kale and kumquats from Guy Fieri's Grocery List.
Four returning champions must make an innovative appetizer whose details are dictated by four tumbling dice; the chefs must make upscale lunch using Clearance Cart items.
Four seasoned and spunky grandmothers compete; in the first round, the chefs make a version of their grandkids' favorite dish; budgeting and coupon clipping skills are put to the test; a family recipe cook-off, featuring three weird ingredients.
The chefs must first go on a scavenger hunt to find the required ingredients for their hot lunch; the chefs must express their kitchen style in a dinner with bacon as an ingredient.
Pro athletes Rich Aurilia, Jennifer Lacy, Marcel Reece and Takeo Spikes team up with celebrity chefs Lorena Garcia, Robert Irvine, Brian Malarkey and Marc Murphy to raise money for charity.
All-Star chefs Madison Cowan, Elizabeth Falkner, Aaron McCargo Jr., and Michael Psilakis compete for their charity.
All-star chefs Ron Ben-Israel, Penny Davidi, Pat Neely and Justin Warner compete; the chefs must make their favorite lunch, their best noodle dish and a showstopping dinner.
Culinary titans Anne Burrell, Eric Greenspan, Jet Tila and Marcel Vigneron compete; the winning All-Star chef goes on a shopping spree for charity worth up to $20,000.
All-Star judges Richard Blais, G. Garvin, Beau MacMillan and Aarti Sequeira compete in the kitchen; an international lunch using items that begin with the letter P and Z; decadent dinner from the produce aisle.
Four chefs attempt to make their best holiday starter using only every other aisle of the store; the chefs set out to make an impressive New Year's Eve dinner on a Scrooge-like budget.
Each chef receives a gift basket filled with eclectic items they must use to make a holiday party lunch; chefs must do without items they need for their holiday breakfast; Musical Carts.
Four chefs show their gratitude when Guy Fieri gives them an unbearable budget to make a Thanksgiving feast; the chefs must turn the store's leftover pre-packaged holiday food items into an upscale dinner; a fall favorite edition of Grocery Bowl.
Four chefs tasked with making stir-fry using only ingredients from even-numbered aisles; lemon bar ingredients are used to make a dinner; collision of two international cuisines.
The chefs must knock down crazy food pins to pick the ingredients to put between two buns; an "Un-Gredients" taco challenge; a finer diner dinner for the final challenge.
A celebratory dinner incorporates Guy Fieri's red light special, hot dogs; creating a pasta dish using less than 5 lbs. of ingredients; the Fieri Food Pyramid.
Chefs compete in a pumpkin bowling contest to determine what ingredients they will use; clearance cart ingredients in the second round; the final round brings a red light special ingredient that must be used in their best offal dish.
The dice will decide the details of blue plate specials; the chefs put their spin on an Italian classic; the chefs make a a pork dinner using one ingredient from each aisle.
Four chefs must make a lavish Italian feast with only 4 pounds of ingredients; creating a breakfast dish using the core ingredients of a Caesar salad; the dreaded Food Wheel.
The chefs navigate a "shopstacle" course of boxes, unstocked items and shopping carts; the chefs must make an upscale dinner with a scaled-down list of ingredients, all starting with the letter S.
The chefs must make a comfort meal with five ingredients; creating an upscale dinner using a grocery list that includes ketchup and pretzels.
Four chefs must make their best dish using only ingredients from the even-numbered aisles; the chefs must make an international dish featuring items from the store's sample tables; an express lane dinner party plate.
The chefs must make their best dish using only ingredients that begin with the letter S; lunch on a $10 budget; game of musical carts.
The first challenge is to create a fusion dish combining two cuisines not usually seen together; the chefs must make a daring dish following the dictates of rolled dice; preparing potatoes two ways, using ingredients from only three aisles.
The contestants must make a regional feast without meat; the chefs have to make an all-American burger and fries without any of the classic ingredients; the final round features jelly beans as a surprise ingredient.
Four chefs celebrate summer with a barbecue block party; the chefs have to improvise when their seafood spectacular comes with a weight restriction.
Four fathers face off in the kitchen, and Guy Fieri's son, Hunter, serves as co-host; family dinner in the express lane; the dads set out to make a guilty pleasure.
Chefs who are partners in and out of the kitchen team up; frozen and canned foods are used to make an elevated classic; soup and sandwich challenge.
Four chefs return to Flavortown and must make a redemption dinner using the ingredients that tripped them up when they first competed.
The chefs can only use ingredients that begin with A, B, or G for "Always Be Grilling"; the chefs must incorporate tamarind paste into their meaty madness; a fast paced grill-off.
The chefs roll dice to determine the details for creating their best dish; Clearance Carts items are used to make a classy champagne brunch; best chicken dinner.
Comfort dishes with five ingredients or less; orange juice must be incorporated into cocktail brunch dishes.
Four moms must use their creativity to come up with an amazing breakfast; Guy Fieri's wife, Lori, lends a helping hand in the Express Lane challenge; the finalists must use the sweet ingredients in tiramisu to make an indulgent dinner.
The four chefs are tasked with creating a hearty lunch with a 5-pound weight restriction; the chefs must make a dinner incorporating Guy Fieri's crazy grocery list.
Chefs from four distinct American regions vie for culinary supremacy; recipes using five ingredients; seafood supper using nothing but frozen food.
Chefs have to spell check the ingredients for breakfast; competitors are forced to weigh their steakhouse dinner; two chefs mix luxury ingredients with low-priced fare.
The chefs make a Mediterranean feast; the chefs must gather the items for a salad and sandwich without a shopping cart.
The chefs must make a hot sandwich using munchies from the market's sample tables; making an international dish with five ingredients or fewer; the final challenge combines rack of lamb and pork rinds.
All of the ingredients in the first dishes must start with the letter P; chicken dinner must include Asian hot pepper paste and candy; the finalists must make a grilled dinner using canned goods.
Four chefs must make a meatloaf without any of the usual ingredients; an appetizer with less-than-appetizing items from a sample table; two-minute dash for groceries.
Four James Beard-nominated chefs compete; hors d'oeuvre featuring instant ramen noodles; a five star seafood dinner with a ridiculously low budget; the finalists must create a dish featuring one ingredient, prepared two different ways.
Four chefs make a signature dish using only four and a half pounds of ingredients; jumbo butterfly shrimp; upscale lunch.
Triple D chefs face a strict weight limit on ingredients; figuring out Guy's favorite dish; making a stuffed entree with ingredients from every aisle.
The chefs must make a barbecue blowout that won't blow their budget; date night ham dinner; the final two contestants try to make their best dish using items from only one aisle.
The chefs make dishes using only ingredients that begin with the letter M; making a grilled salad with only six pounds of ingredients; making a signature burger with an ingredient from every aisle.
Guy's gift of chocolate may not be the perfect match for savory starters; the finalists must grab items for a candlelight dinner while repeatedly trading groceries.
Four families face off in a breakfast competition; making a comfort meal on a very uncomfortable budget; the final contestants play Station Swap, a twisty new game that forces the families to trade kitchens and groceries.
The pasta shelves are off-limits in the first challenge; fresh ideas for making dessert from non-perishable items.
Four sets of siblings square off; the teams must make a family feast, but first they must agree on the ingredients; preparing something stuffed using a list of unique ingredients; making an upscale dinner with strip steak.
Four competing families must cook breakfast using 5 lbs. of ingredients; preparing a hot lunch using only ingredients whose name begins with the letter R.
The chefs are given samples from Santa's little helpers to make their favorite holiday meal; decadent holiday desserts; crafting an elegant New Year's dinner.
The chefs have to make French toast without a key ingredient; making a steak dinner using only canned items; the final two chefs must make a soup and sandwich combo.
The chefs try not to tip the scale when shopping for their best meat dish in the first game; an all-American dish; a gourmet dinner.
A panini lunch with items found on Guy's grocery list; a favorite rice dish; a top-notch seafood dish.
Four chefs compete in Meals From the Middle; a seafood dinner for less than nine dollars; the best hot sandwich.
Four chefs compete in a Thanksgiving challenge which includes seeking out autumn staples from around the store, incorporating frozen cranberry into game day bites and making an upscale Thanksgiving dinner using five ingredients or less.
Four chefs put their culinary and spelling skills to the test in the game, ABC; the second game has the chefs rummaging through bins in clearance carts and then it's every chef's worst nightmare in frozen food feud.
Four chefs attempt to make their best grilled dish; the chefs must make a decadent breakfast while incorporating peanut butter and jelly.
The chefs must make a five-star seafood dinner using five Ingredients or less; the chefs play a new game inspired by an online fan; the ultimate burger.
Pasta is out of reach in the Single Aisle Showdown; the chefs have to carry all their ingredients for their barbecue feast.
Guy shocks the chefs with a daunting Red Light Special; the chefs must make a savory treat with sweets; the final game features spooky ingredients like bone marrow, blood orange and black garlic.
The chefs must combine radishes and maple syrup; discounted, damaged and dented items are on the menu.
Spelling skills and culinary prowess are necessary skills for the ABC game; the chefs go international; the two remaining All-Stars bring the heat in the Frozen Food Feud.
The chefs must make comfort food using no more than five pounds of ingredients; an unusual grocery list must be used in noodle dishes.
Guy challenges the four chefs to make their best version of spaghetti and meatballs, but some of the key ingredients are out of stock.
A belt tightening best burger contest; making a meal with two sides while playing the Frozen Food Feud; making a winning pork dinner.
The chefs' strengths are put to the test, as they carry as many items as they can to make breakfast for dinner; the Food Wheel decides best dish ingredients.
Fried feast; the chefs make a skewered meal out of clearance cart items; the last two chefs spin the Food Wheel to determine their budget for an elegant dinner.
The four chefs are only allowed to shop in the middle aisles to make a vegetarian fest; surf and turf, on a budget; colorful dishes.
The chefs must incorporate marshmallows into their hearty lunch; taco night; the final two chefs must make a family favorite using one ingredient per aisle.
Free samples in the first game must be used in Mediterranean dishes; the chefs dash around the store to make a dessert for the judges.
Mac and cheese, gets a challenging twist in the first game; the chicken dinner sheds some pounds; in the final game, the chefs must make a romantic meal.
The chefs must use peanut butter in their grilled pizzas; the chefs dig through carts filled with mystery meats and unmarked cans to cook up the best dish possible.
International dishes using only the ingredients in the middle aisles of the store; seafood dish; signature hamburger.
The chefs can only cook with ingredients that start with the same letter; brunch for four on a budget.
Four Food Network Star chefs compete on behalf of their favorite charity; making a lunchtime favorite with 5 ingredients or less; steakhouse dinner, on a budget.
The chefs are asked to make tacos without tortillas, taco seasoning and ground beef; Guy challenges the chefs to make him a sandwich using only frozen food; two chefs must make a super seafood dish.
Four chefs are challenged to make an Italian feast using only canned foods; the chefs race to get all the fixings for the ultimate hot dog dish; contestants make their best rice dish.
The chefs are tasked to make their best dish using only the produce and condiments aisle; using five ingredients or less to make an upscale chicken dinner.
The chefs are given a very small budget to create grilled cheese sandwiches for four; making desserts from the ingredients in the meat, seafood and dairy aisle.
Creating a five star dinner using only frozen food; the chefs must make a healthy childrens' meal using only ingredients they can hold in their arms; savory pie challenge.
The chefs scramble to make a signature egg dish, and then must put together a dinner party for four using less than $8.
The chefs have to make an international dish using five Ingredients or less; the chefs are restricted to the items found on the cereal, nuts and candy aisle.
The first game features a frozen food feud; the chefs have to use soy sauce in their Mexican dish; the final two chefs can only cook what they can carry.
Making surf and turf using only canned foods; gathering ingredients without a shopping cart; steakhouse dinner.
Making a gourmet salad without leafy greens; coupons and quick thinking are needed for a budget battle; the final two chefs must swap their bags of ingredients.
Creating a stir fry using no more than 5 ingredients; a fun family meal with unusual ingredients; the remaining contestants have only two minutes to purchase all the items they need for a decadent pasta dish.
A spaghetti and meatballs challenge with some missing key ingredients; making a meal for four for under $7; making a dish using only ingredients from the frozen food aisle.
Chefs must make a signature noodle dish using limited ingredients, make a classic noodle dish featuring a wildcard ingredient, then have to use a list of mandatory items to make a refined noodle dish.
Flavortown freezes over; Guy Fieri puts four talented chefs through three rounds of shopping and cooking from the frozen foods section.
The chefs must pinch pennies as Guy Fieri challenges them to budget wisely with $40 and two grueling rounds of shopping and cooking.
Guy Fieri transforms Flavortown into a high-end restaurant and invites four chefs for three rounds of five-star cooking.
For the first time, none of the competing chefs get to shop for their ingredients; instead, Guy Fieri gives them each a cart full of groceries that has to last all three rounds, and he decides what they make in each round by spinning his dish wheel.
Three of the show's most beloved judges bring their significant others to Flavortown for some friendly competition.
Guy Fieri invites three teams of sweet and savory duos to put their chemistry to the test; they must make an all-American comfort dinner and dessert; the two remaining teams must make a steakhouse entree and dessert on a tight budget.
Guy Fieri gives the chefs 45 minutes to make three courses in each round; they must shop for their full diner meal using miniature-sized carts, then they take on Guy's ruthless Pyramid game to choose the courses for their dinner party meal.