Guy Fieri brings three GGG winners back to compete against each other for a chance to go up against GGG's most feared competitor and judge, Iron Chef Alex Guarnaschelli. First, Guy picks a letter at random that each ingredient in their first dish must start with. Then, the chefs are tasked with making an international classic without shopping in some key aisles. The lone chef left standing wins an automatic ,000 and gets to face Iron Chef Guarnaschelli for another ,000.
Ever wonder if a chef's culinary prowess rubs off on their better half? Guy Fieri is welcoming three couples to Flavortown to prove how much culinary knowledge they really have. First, the chefs are forced to sit and watch as their significant others shop for Sunday night dinner. Then Guy gives out his own list of ingredients and a shopping time limit for a wedding dinner. In the end, only one couple will win a shopping spree for up to ,000.
Five masters of their own protein - beef, chicken, pork, seafood and veggies - collide in a battle for protein supremacy. Right off the bat, Guy Fieri gives them 20 minutes to make something between buns, and then they get a helping hand with a list of ingredients to use in a regional dish. The chefs in the final round get only eight ingredients to make their dinner dishes, and one protein master will best the others and win a guaranteed ,000.
Three cheese pros return to Flavortown to test their talents against some of GGG's cheesiest chefs. Guy Fieri puts the competitors through two rounds of deliciously cheesy combat, and the chef left standing will face off against Flavortown's Cheese Champ, Chef Eric Greenspan, for a shot at ,000.
Before each game, Guy Fieri spins a budget wheel that determines how much the chefs get when purchasing groceries for a specific dish. Then he spins a second wheel that further restricts their options, from a crazy ingredient they must use to a color of food they must feature or the number of store aisles they can shop. The chef who best stretches their money and culinary skills gets to shop Flavortown for up to ,000.
How much does a prize-winning dish cost? Guy Fieri is challenging the chefs to make full-blown meals for four on only a plate! He puts them through their paces as they make breakfast, lunch and dinner, with all roads leading to the cash register and a few curve balls thrown in along the way. The budgeteer who beats some of Guy's toughest games yet gets a shot at up to ,000.
Things get wild in Flavortown when Guy Fieri challenges four talented chefs with budget games that might be too crazy for their own good. The chefs pick a card to determine how much they can spend when shopping for their comfort food dishes, and speed is a factor as they make spicy noodle bowls. Then Guy gives the chefs a choice of proteins for their steakhouse dinners, but each protein comes with a budget for the rest of the ingredients. The last chef standing gets to go on a shopping spree worth up to ,000.
Guy Fieri invites four talented chefs to Flavortown and tells them they can only shop for ingredients under ! Guy reveals an additional challenge in each round, and it's a GGG budget battle like never before. One budget-savvy chef will overcome Guy's games to earn a shopping spree worth up to ,000.
Four penny-pinching pros who have braved some of Flavortown's toughest budget battles are back for a brutal budget bonanza. Guy Fieri's budget wheel determines the ingredients for their breakfast creations, and they have to shop a single aisle for hearty lunches. The chefs crunch the numbers in the final round to make their dinners, and one rises above for the chance to shop Flavortown for up to ,000.
Guy Fieri brings back the winning teams of previous competitions for another battle of team supremacy. First, he has them shop without carts for their surf and turf ingredients. Then, a spin of the food wheel determines which dish they must make, only to have Guy throw them a special ingredient mid-round that they must incorporate, too. When all is said and done, only one team comes out on top and shops for up to ,000.
Sports and great food are a natural combination, and that's what's on Guy Fieri's mind when he invites three professional athletes to team up with some of Flavortown's finest judges in a two-round, winner-take-all face-off for culinary supremacy. First, the judges must help the blindfolded athletes shop for their ingredients for an elevated stadium classic, and then Guy breaks out a Flavortown favorite that has the teams bowling for ingredients for their dinners. Ultimately, only one pair knocks it out of the park and wins a shopping spree worth up to ,000.
Four chefs visit Flavortown to tackle Guy Fieri's worst grocery list yet, featuring ingredients they'd never dream of putting in the same dish. The chefs must use every item on the list during the three rounds of competition or face elimination, but Guy adds lots of extra twists. The chef with the skills to turn the groceries on Guy's worst list into the best dishes earns a shopping spree worth up to ,000.
Guy Fieri knows that there's nothing like the teamwork in a busy restaurant's kitchen, so he invites three teams of phenomenal chefs to represent their restaurants in Flavortown. In two action-packed rounds of games involving prix fixe menus and best-sellers, the chefs wow the judges with their teamwork and precision. In the end, only one restaurant team earns a shopping spree worth up to ,000.
Guy Fieri loves any excuse to bring chefs from Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives to Flavortown, so he welcomes a few chefs and their moms for a Mother's Day competition. The DDD chefs are forced to watch as their mothers shop from the chefs' lists, and then the store closes as the chefs are in the middle of their shopping. In the end, one mother-chef duo wins up to ,000 in a Flavortown shopping spree.
Flavortown has witnessed the creativity of countless chefs, and Guy Fieri wants to focus that creativity on one of his favorite foods: sandwiches! Guy brings four sandwich-making savants to Flavortown Market to test their skills between two slices of bread. Delicious deli meats, fancy condiments and artisan breads go flying as these sandwich superheroes make fried, international and stacked sandwich masterpieces. One will walk away the winner with up to ,000 of dough.
The only thing better than a burger is a burger made by one of Flavortown's all-star chefs! Guy Fieri brings together four chefs to test their burger-making prowess in a patty-for-patty throwdown that includes an over-the-top burger and fries combo and a spicy burger. One all-star chef stands apart and gets a shot at up to ,000.
Guy Fieri has always loved island food, so he invites four island-born chefs to compete in Flavortown. First, he tests their shopping skills by having them shop with tiny bags for the ingredients to their signature seafood dishes. Then, a blind choice determines which canned ingredient they must feature in their comfort dishes. Finally, a roll of Guy's dice determines the parameters for the chefs' spicy chicken dinners before one island chef rides the wave to victory and shops Flavortown for up to ,000.
Guy brings four confident home cooks to Flavortown to prove they can actually cook like GGG's finest chefs; he tests their shopping, cooking and presentation skills in three classic games, and in the end, only one home cook wins.
For Father's Day, Guy Fieri brings three GGG winners back to compete against each other and they're teaming up with their dads; the teams must make childhood favorites; a classic game of bowling determine ingredients for a favorite dish for Dad.
When celebrity chefs come to Flavortown, Guy gets to try out his most twisted games, and this time he's really putting them to the test with full, three-course meals; chefs face a special ingredient of Guy's choosing; chefs play a game of chance.
Charity is important at Flavortown Market, where most of the unused food is donated to local food shelters after each competition; with that in mind, Guy decides to showcase chefs who are giving back to their own communities every day.
Four GGG winners return to Flavortown to test their skills on some tough summer-themed games, like creating their surfside favorite after shopping with beach equipment. Guy Fieri's never-before-seen game forces the chefs to shop for a dwindling amount of usable ingredients as quickly as possible for their burgers and sides. The final round brings back a Flavortown classic as the chefs play a friendly game of golf to determine their featured ingredient in a grilled summer dinner, and one winner earns a shopping spree worth up to ,000.
Guy Fieri challenges the chefs to flip coffee and doughnuts into dinner; he gives the remaining DDD family duos a budget to make their surf and turf dishes; only one family will redeem itself and shop Flavortown for up to ,000.
A never-before-seen game has the chefs shopping in the southern half of the store for their signature sandwiches, and weight is a factor as the chefs prepare seafood dishes with only 6 pounds of ingredients.
Guy Fieri's ABC games aren't as easy as 1, 2, 3! The chefs have to prove their skills in three rounds as they make comfort classics and dinners with seafood and fried ingredients. Only one chef will come out on top and win a chance at a ,000 shopping spree.
Guy Fieri brings GGG's most talented kid chefs back to Flavortown to find out once and for all who's the best culinary whiz kid. First, Guy sets up sample tables around the store with ingredients the kids must feature in their burgers. Then, a friendly game of bowling challenges the youngsters to work together to knock down the aisles they're allowed to shop in for their dinners. Ultimately, one kid chef out-cooks the others to earn a shopping spree worth up to ,000.
Asian cuisine takes over Flavortown as four chefs face Guy Fieri's challenges. He gives them a list of ingredients for their noodle dishes and makes them use tiny shopping carts to shop for their rice dishes. The final challenge involves a featured special ingredient for a beef dinner, and ultimately only one Asian cuisine ace beats out the others and wins a shot at a ,000 shopping spree.
Flavortown honors the family members who taught many people how to cook: grandmas! First, Guy Fieri has the grandmas cook their most requested family dish while sticking to the restrictions that a typical family member might complain about most. Then, the grandmas cook their celebratory dinners using two of the samples Guy has featured around the market. When all is said and done, one grandma will outdo the others to earn an automatic ,000.