Guy's Grocery Games
2013, 15 seasons to date
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Chefs make a mad dash to produce dept. for a salad, but the leafy greens are Out of Stock. Coupons come in handy during a Budget Battle. Making a comfort meal is easy, until Guy Fieri has the final chefs swap bags of ingredients.
Chefs make tasty Surf and Turf using only canned foods. Then, chefs can't use carts to gather ingredients for a Soup and Sandwich Combo. The final 2 chefs make a Steakhouse Dinner using the ingredients found on Guy's Grocery List.
The competing chefs are tasked with making French toast without a key component; and are challenged to prepare a steak dinner using only canned items. Also: a soup-and-sandwich combo is served during the game, "No Carts Allowed".
Moms are the competitors and are challenged to cook with ingredients that all begin with the same letter. Later, they are asked to make brunch, for four, on a budget; and are thrown for a loop when preparing a guilty pleasure.
Four "Food Network Star" chefs compete for charity. Included: Melissa d'Arabian, Jeff Mauro, Aaron McCargo & Justin Warner make a lunchtime favorite using 5 items or less. Also: a steakhouse dinner on a budget; "One Ingredient Per Aisle".
The chefs are given the challenge of using mislabeled meats and unmarked cans when preparing comfort food. Also: they make breakfast for dinner; and give the Food Wheel a spin.
Families compete in challenges. Included: the pasta shelves are off-limits when making noodle dishes; desserts are created using nonperishable items; and weight is a concern when preparing a favorite meal for the judges.
Guy is constantly turning the tables: with kids choosing meals, while chefs endure a "Time Out" from cooking. Four families face off in a brunch competition that includes a mandatory breakfast Red Light Special: raisins.
Four moms compete in challenges that include a creative breakfast, a family favorite and a dinner made using tiramisu ingredients. Guy's wife, Lori Fieri, lends a helping hand in the Express Lane challenge.
Comfort food is prepared using five ingredients of less; orange juice has to be incorporated in cocktail brunch dishes; and the finalists are forced to repeatedly swap carts while shopping for dynamite dinner ingredients.
Comfort food dishes have a five-ingredient limit; upscale dinners are created using ketchup and pretzels; and a steak sandwich proves challenging to make, when there's no access to the bread aisle.
The competing chefs navigate a shopstacle course, as they grab ingredients for a burger and side made with dehydrated food. Later, the letter "S" comes into play, when preparing an upscale dish.
An all-stars competition features Ron Ben Israel, Penny Davidi, Patrick Neely and Justin Warner vying to win $20,000 for their charity. Included: they make their favorite lunch, using a ridiculous "red light special".
All-stars Madison Cowan, Elizabeth Falkner, Aaron McCargo Jr. and Michael Psilakis compete. Their challenges include making an upscale dinner, using frozen and canned foods; and surviving a weekend brunch edition of musical carts.
Part 3 of 5. The Triple D tournament continues. Included: the chefs make hot sandwiches, but aren't allowed to shop in the meat, cheese and deli aisles. Also: they are asked to create international dishes; and cook pork with wild ingredients.
Part 4 of 5. Triple D alumni compete in challenges. Included: shopping for a family feast, using tiny grocery bags; an elegant dinner, featuring crazy ingredients; and a daring dish, using a food item picked out while blindfolded.
Part 1 of 5. An Italian feast using nine items or less; making Philly cheesesteaks without standard ingredients.
Part 2 of 5. The Redemption Tournament continues. Included: the chefs have to turn ingredients for a German chocolate cake into a delicious dinner; and they have to make something cheesy, using only items with price tags that begin with the number three.
Kid chefs compete. The battle begins with an Italian dish and the introduction of the Groceryland board game. Later, there's a limited allowance for lunch ingredients. Judges are Melissa d'Arabian, Catherine McCord and Troy Johnson.
Four chefs from Guy Fieri's winning season of Food Network Star (2005) reunite in Flavortown, 10 years later. Challenges include a five-star dish, using a list of ingredients compiled by Guy. Later, an unexpected guest drops by with a special delivery; and a summer feast is prepared, using items from the market's unpredictable sample tables.
Guilty pleasures is the theme for this showdown. First, a fast food favorite is made using ingredients priced $5 and above. Next, they are given an unusual shopping cart, when hitting the aisles for their sweet and savory dinners, Finally, decadence is the name of the game.
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.
Part 3 of 5. 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 chefs decide what regional take on a pork dinner they will prepare.
Part 4 of 5. Four new 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 entrée.
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.
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.