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In each episode of Guy's Grocery Games, four talented chefs compete in a number of challenges as they navigate their way through the aisles of a grocery store, adhering to "real-world" obstacles. Whether it is shopping on a budget, substituting out-of-stock ingredients or grabbing groceries at closing time, each chef has to shop, prepare, and plate three different dishes using whatever they can pull off the shelves. Ultimately, the food does the talking, as one-by-one the losing chefs "check out," by a rotating panel of judges that includes Melissa d'Arabian, Richard Blais, G. Garvin, Troy Johnson, Catherine McCord, Aarti Sequeira, among others. The last chef standing goes on a shopping spree of a lifetime worth up to $20,000!
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.
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.
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 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.
Guy 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 courageous chefs are determined to reach the top playing three twisted rounds of the Food Pyramid! First, the Pyramid picks the equipment, produce and total ingredient weight for their updated classics. Next, the chefs have to make a classic burger and fries using the meat, condiment and buns selected by the unpredictable pyramid. Then, the final two chefs confront the triangle of terror one last time, as it picks the type of dish they must make. The winner will enjoy the pinnacle of success -- a shopping spree worth up to $20,000.
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.
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.
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 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.
Sixteen chefs who have mastered and won Guy's Grocery Games are back to compete in an epic five-week event: the Supermarket Masters Tournament. Four amazing Triple-G winners kick things off by making an upscale dinner that turns into an uphill battle when they discover the ingredients have to start with the same letter. Next, making a tricked-out pizza turns even trickier when Guy Fieri gives them a $12 budget. Then, the final two chefs have to serve up Asian takeout that includes high-priced and low-priced items chosen by a wheel of chance.
The Supermarket Masters Tournament continues as four more Triple-G winners compete for a guaranteed $10,000 and a shot at winning up to $25,000 more in the finale. First, the chefs have to serve up a plate of hometown comfort with only five pounds of ingredients. Next, the chefs make an elevated burger featuring strange sample table items. Then, the remaining two chefs must serve up a Mexican fiesta after shopping only in the aisles chosen in a game of bowling.
Four more Triple-G winners are ready to master the store in part three of the Supermarket Masters Tournament. First, they must make a steakhouse dinner, even though the meat and seafood sections of the market are unexpectedly closed. Next, they must make an upscale lunch that is almost upended by the budget and restrictions dictated by the Food Pyramid. Then, the chefs create very different winner's dinners when one chef shops the odd aisles and the other the even aisles. Finally, for the first time, Guy Fieri calls a fourth round, making the last chefs whip up their best breakfast in only 15 minutes.
Four past Triple-G winners are vying for an instant $10,000 and the last spot in the Supermarket Masters Tournament finale. First, they must make a high-end, old-school dinner that includes the mish-mash of ingredients on Guy's grocery list. Next, the chefs race against the clock to make a super sandwich and side in just 15 minutes. Then, the last two chefs pick wild cards to determine the international cuisine and comfort dish they must combine to make their finest fusion dish.
The final four Supermarket Masters are ready to compete for the title of champion and the biggest shopping spree ever, worth up to $25,000. First, it is a dinner rush as the chefs get only 20 minutes to shop, cook and plate an Italian dish. Next, the chefs let a roll of the dice determine the components of their grilled seafood dinner. In the final round, the chefs have to shop for their ingredients for a "winner winner chicken dinner" using only a roasting pan, but that isn't even the biggest twist!
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