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Season 14 / Episode 9 and airs on 24 September 2017 20:00
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!
Culinary titans Anne Burrell, Eric Greenspan, Jet Tila and Marcel Vigneron aren't spared Guy Fieri's twists when a bowling game selects some strikingly bizarre ingredients for a hearty lunch. Next, the chefs have to think outside the boxed foods and make their best dish using processed items from the middle aisles of the store. Then, the chefs experience real highs and lows when the feared Food Wheel determines the high-end and low-end ingredients in their A-list dinner. The winning All-Star chef goes on a shopping spree for charity worth up to $20,000.
All-Star chefs Ron Ben-Israel, Penny Davidi, Pat Neely and Justin Warner compete to win up to $20,000 for charity. First up, chefs must make their favorite lunch using a ridiculous Red Light Special. Next, chefs must rummage through the Clearance Carts to make their best noodle dish. Finally, who will reign supreme making their showstopping dinner using the four uncanny ingredients from the Fieri Food Pyramid?
Guy Fieri pulls no punches when he challenges All-Star chefs Madison Cowan, Elizabeth Falkner, Aaron McCargo Jr., and Michael Psilakis to make an upscale dinner using the double whammy of frozen and canned foods! Next, it's time for multiple cart swaps in a weekend brunch edition of Musical Carts! Then, the remaining two All-Stars must turn a kernel of an idea into their best dish using corn two different ways, with ingredients from three aisles. Our winning All-Star shops for up to $20,000 for their charity.
Pro athletes Rich Aurilia, Jennifer Lacy, Marcel Reece and Takeo Spikes team up with celebrity chefs Lorena Garcia, Robert Irvine, Brian Malarkey and Marc Murphy for the biggest All-Star lineup Guy's Grocery Games has ever seen! These dynamic duos are challenged to make a winner's dinner using only seven items after going through the Express Lane. Next, a toss of the dice determines what these pros must use for their pre-game meal! Then, teams race the store relay-style, grabbing only one ingredient at a time, to create their best cheat day dish! The winning team will get the chance to sprint through the aisles for up to $30,000 for charity!
The chefs must first go on a scavenger hunt to find the required ingredients for their hot lunch; the chefs must express their kitchen style in a dinner with bacon as an ingredient.
Grandparents take over the grocery store and must make their grandkids' favorite dish using ten items or less; they use a culinary slot machine to select ingredients for a diner classic; grandparents combine both old school and trendy ingredients.
Things get dicey when four returning GGG champions make an innovative appetizer whose details are dictated by four tumbling dice. Then, chefs must make upscale lunch using Clearance Cart items that rate low on the gourmet scale. Finally, pigs fly when the two final chefs turn the ingredients for gingerbread cookies into a pork dinner. The winner earns an encore Shopping Spree and a spot in the tournament finale.
Four returning champs are out to prove their first win was no fluke when they make their best breakfast featuring ingredients like frozen kale and kumquats from Guy Fieri's Grocery List! Next, the chefs are challenged to make a hearty sandwich and side but can only shop the odd-numbered aisles. The finalists must shop for the Red Light Special — olives — for their decadent dinner even though they're told the store will be closing in a few minutes. The winner gets a repeat Shopping Spree and a spot in the finale.
Four returning champs battle it out for more money and a spot in the Tournament of Champions finale. First, the chefs must use both their cooking and spelling skills to make an adventurous lunch using only ingredients that begin with "M." Next, the champions are challenged to make their best dish fusing the flavors of Greece and China! Finally, the remaining two chefs will have to create a contemporary American dinner with coconut prepared two ways, using items from only three aisles!
Four returning champs first must prove they're upper crust by making a pizza without using any traditional pizza ingredients. Next, they search the store for clues to that lead to the mandatory ingredients in their best Asian dish. Then, the finalists must face the feared Food Wheel and make an extravagant dinner using a randomly selected protein and money amount. The winning chef will get to go on their second Shopping Spree and a shot at becoming Triple G Grand Champion!
It's the ultimate throwdown as the final four champs compete for the title of Triple G Grand Champion! First, these two-time winners discover the road to victory won't be easy when they are forced to make a hearty lunch with a total of seven ingredients from the canned or frozen sections only! Then, they must conquer the Fieri Food Pyramid and prepare their best breakfast using odd items you'd never think of putting in a morning meal. The two remaining contenders bowl to determine which aisles they can shop for their winner's dinner before they get caught off guard by a station swap. Only one will be crowned the first-ever Triple G Grand Champion and become the biggest prizewinner in Guy's Grocery Games history!
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