Guy Fieri invites four well-traveled chefs to Flavortown Market to share some of the great food that Guy has tried firsthand in his travels. With appearances from Indian, Chinese, Mexican and French cuisine, Guy's goal to go global is fully realized. After three rounds of deliciously diverse dishes, one international chef will claim victory and shop the market for up to ,000.
Guy Fieri challenges four chefs to his Flavortown favorite ABC game in a way they've never seen. Guy is looking for top-tier cooking under extreme conditions, and these competitors must deliver if they want to cash in that ,000 shopping spree. With a truly unpredictable ending, this battle of literary wit and culinary creativity is one for the ages.
Vegetarian options are in every restaurant these days, so Guy Fieri invites four all-star chefs to compete in a full-on veggie showdown worth up to ,000. Guy tests the culinary range of these competitors to see who can create meatless dishes that appeal to even the staunchest of meat eaters. These all-stars are about to become legit veggie-lantes.
A ridiculous grocery list can be quite the challenge, so Guy Fieri gives four chefs a list of seven not-so-friendly ingredients that they must use over the course of the competition. Ultimately, one chef will go on to shop Flavortown Market for up to ,000.
Four chefs are in for a rush when Guy Fieri invites them to compete against the clock ... all night long! First, they're pitted against each other, and their big ideas, when Guy has them shop for their signature seafood dinner ingredients in teeny-tiny baskets. Then, Guy cranks things up with a Flavortown version of musical chairs to land their must-use ingredient for a spicy takeout dish. In the end, one chef will shop the aisles for up to ,000.
No one knows how to balance a budget like a superstar chef, and Guy Fieri puts that to the test when he invites four Flavortown all-stars to duke it out in a budget battle. These culinary celebrities get hit with budget after budget, in battle after battle, testing their skill of making a dollar stretch all competition long. When the registers close, only one chef will be left standing and earn up to ,000 in cold, hard cash.
Guy Fieri is known for his Italian roots, and that means he's got a lot of noodle-knowledge. He decides to bring in four noodle-savvy chefs from across the US for two rounds of highflying noodle action. One talented chef will use their noodle with their noodles to earn a shot at ,000, and it's guaranteed that someone is going to get saucy.
Guy Fieri's favorite food group is bacon, so he invites four swine-dining chefs to go hog-wild for a shot at ,000. Over two rounds and a plethora of pork plates, these competitors will have to show up and show snout if they want to win the all-bacon battle.
Guy Fieri and his son Hunter have enlisted some of their favorite chefs to test out Flavortown Market's new grocery delivery service. They're shipping out awesome ingredients - and some not-so-awesome whammies - that the chefs have to use in burgers and seafood dinners made in their own kitchens. Guy and Hunter play some of Flavortown's classic games to add to the chefs' culinary difficulties, but it's all worth it for the winning chef, who gets to spin the Money Wheel for a chance to win ,000.
Guy Fieri and his son Hunter play with Flavortown Market's new grocery delivery service, shipping inexpensive ingredients to their favorite chefs for budget-conscious high-end dinners and family meals made in their own kitchens. Guy and Hunter play some of Flavortown's classic budget games to make things more challenging, and the winning chef gets to spin the Money Wheel for a chance to win ,000.
Guy Fieri and his son Hunter enlist some of their favorite chefs to play grocery delivery games, making chicken dinners and Mexican feasts in their own kitchens using ingredients sent to them. In addition to the mystery ingredients, Guy and Hunter make the chefs play some of Flavortown's classic limitation games to add to the fun. The winning chef gets to spin the Money Wheel for a chance to win ,000.
Guy Fieri and his son Hunter ship out ingredients to their favorite chefs for lasagna and dinner challenges, but lo and behold there have been some unexpected delivery mix-ups! Some ingredients were out of stock, and others are only available in their frozen versions. Guy and Hunter laugh along at home while they watch the chefs try to overcome the ingredient confusion. The chef who comes out on top spins the Money Wheel for a chance to win ,000.
Guy Fieri and his son Hunter enlist some of their favorite chefs to grill up backyard burgers and steak dinners with surprise ingredients that Guy and Hunter send to them. In addition to the mystery ingredients in the box, Guy and Hunter play some favorite Flavortown games to add to the chefs' culinary difficulties. The winning chef gets to spin the Money Wheel for a chance to win ,000.
Guy and Hunter send fall ingredients for Thanksgiving-related challenges.
Guy and Hunter send out surprise ingredients for dessert challenges.
Guy and Hunter send groceries and ask for reinvented classic food duos
Guy and Hunter send out groceries for holiday appetizer and dinner games.
Guy and Hunter send ingredients and challenges for a Hanukkah competition with Duff Goldman
Guy and Hunter challenge the chefs with just one box of groceries.
Guy and Hunter send ingredients for a fried feast and classic takeout dish.
Guy Fieri and his son Hunter turn the tables on three GGG judges, making them compete in grocery games in their own kitchens. They send each judge-turned-competitor a GGG Delivery box full of ingredients for a lumberjack breakfast, plus a grocery list of extra items they must shop for in their own cupboards. When Guy demands that they turn the meager strawberry shortcake ingredients he has supplied into an elegant entree, they're forced to raid their pantries once again. The competitor with the highest combined score after two rounds gets a shot at winning up to ,000.
Guy Fieri and his son Hunter recruit three all-star chefs to compete in a home kitchen noodle competition and send them GGG Delivery boxes full of ingredients. Guy makes the chefs flip a coin to determine whether they use the high- or low-priced ingredients in their family-favorite noodle dish. After each all-star picks a canned item to use in a spicy noodle dish, they learn Hunter has pulled a switcheroo on them. The chef with the highest combined score after two rounds gets a shot at winning up to ,000 on the GGG Money Wheel.
Three Diners, Drive-ins and Dives chefs known for their ooey-gooey, oh-so-juicy dishes are competing in their own joints to see who makes the best guilty pleasures. First, Guy Fieri makes the chefs select a diner classic on his order wheel that they must incorporate into their signature guilty pleasure. But when they open their GGG Delivery box, they discover their chosen diner classic is actually a frozen dinner! Then the chefs must flip a box of Hunter Fieri's favorite snacks into their guiltiest sandwich ever. The DDD chef with the highest combined score after two rounds won't feel guilty about winning up to ,000 on the GGG Money Wheel.
Guy Fieri and his son Hunter invite three of Flavortown Market's winningest chefs to prepare restaurant-quality dinners at home using GGG Delivery boxes of the market's finest foods, plus a scale to weigh the mere 7 pounds of ingredients they can actually use. Then the GGG champs must make a modern 5-star dinner that features high-priced and bargain-basement flavor combinations. The chef with the highest combined score after two rounds gets to spin for up to ,000!