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Ayesha Curry hosts as eight family teams from across the country battle to claim the title of America's No. 1 Food Family and a $100,000 cash prize.

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The final two family teams face an amuse-bouche challenge; families must use ingredients handpicked by the judges while delicately balancing difficult time restrictions; a family is crowned the victor and takes home the $100,000 prize.
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Family teams rely on communication as they take on two classic all-American desserts, relay-style; the two lowest-scoring families tackle an elimination challenge that leaves their fate resting in their opponents' hands.
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Family teams show off their athleticism in a game-day grilling challenge before taking a trip around the world with a global pasta cook-off.
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The top four families face a surprising shake-up and need to work together to create meals out of leftovers; the losing team conquers a solo cooking test using farm-to-table ingredients.
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After surviving the latest elimination, the top five families of home cooks return to the kitchen for another serving of healthy competition.
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A surf-and-turf challenge followed by a birthday cake elimination challenge; Buddy Valastro guest mentors.
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The four remaining featured families must create a six-course family feast and a spin on an American classic; families face elimination in front of the celebrity judging panel.
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Families take on a series of cooking challenges, including a six-course family feast and a breakfast-for-dinner spread, before facing elimination in front of the celebrity judging panel, with three families advancing to the next round.

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