Three cheese experts battle it out from their home kitchens to prove which chef does cheese best. First, Guy Fieri only lets them use seven pounds of ingredients to construct the perfect cheesy comfort meal. Then he borrows the High-Low Wheel from Flavortown to pair up cheese ingredients with chefs. In the end, the chef with the best total score will spin the Money Wheel for a chance to win ,000.
After serving up hundreds of games, thousands of dishes and millions of dollars in prize money, GGG has blown up so much that it has outgrown its current location. But before Flavortown Market moves to its bigger and better location, Guy Fieri throws one final bash with one more twisted game. Some of GGG's all-star favorites are on hand to cook up a farewell dinner while playing the craziest game of Shop Lift ever, and along the way, Guy celebrates some of the funniest and most memorable moments in GGG history.
It's the grand opening of the all-new Flavortown Market 2.0 - bigger, better and badder than the original! Guy Fieri is celebrating by inviting four GGG legends to face off in a culinary battle royale where they get one hour to cook a trailblazing dinner complete with an appetizer and entree. But besides a trip to the butcher counter, the chefs can shop for just one ingredient per aisle! After the appetizers are served, the chefs must make their entrees, but Guy and his son Hunter throw the chefs one twist before they cross the finish line. The chef who wins the first competition in the new store gets to shop the market for up to ,000.
Guy Fieri lays out what may be the hardest challenge in Flavortown history: Three chefs can only use 26 ingredients - one for each letter of the alphabet - over the course of two rounds. In round one, the chefs must make a chicken dinner using 13 ingredients, each one starting with a different letter from A to M. Then, round two has the remaining two chefs create their go-to seafood dish using 13 ingredients starting with letters N to Z. The chef with the highest score after this one-of-a-kind culinary spelling bee will get a shot at winning ,000.
Guy Fieri invites four chefs to play some cool games by preparing hot dishes using nothing but frozen food. First, they must make a hot sandwich and a side using only the frozen items they can carry in winter gear. Then, in the final round, the chefs may use one non-frozen ingredient if they can score a "grocery hockey" goal against goalie and GGG judge Troy Johnson. The chef whose dishes get the warmest reception from the judges will win up to ,000 in cold hard cash.
Guy Fieri welcomes four chefs who are thankful for their previous GGG wins back to compete in the toughest Thanksgiving competition ever: making both a Thanksgiving hors d'oeuvre and dinner in just one hour. First, each chef must serve up a family favorite hors d'oeuvre. Then, the competitors spin a wheel to determine what ingredient they'll have to incorporate into their Thanksgiving dinner. The winning chef will end up stuffing their wallet with up to ,000.
The time is ripe for a competition celebrating the taste of fruit, so Guy Fieri challenges four chefs to make a fruit-forward feast using a grocery list with multiple forms of fruit. Then, the three remaining chefs must make a fine-dining fruit dinner featuring fruit they don't knock over in a game of fruit bowling. The highest scoring chef will go bananas when they win up to ,000.
It's a very merry Fieri holiday when Guy Fieri's two sons, Hunter and Ryder, and his nephew, Jules, face off in Flavortown. First, Guy pairs each family member with their very own All-Star chef partner, but he also gives each team a Secret Santa box full of weird ingredients that they must use in their holiday cooking. After serving their favorite holiday appetizer, the teams shop for a memorable family meal using elf-sized sleighs instead of carts. Guy keeps it all in the family by having his parents and wife, Lori, judge the dishes. Ultimately, the winning Next-Gen Fieri earns money for charity and a very special holiday surprise.