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Guy's Grocery Games

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Going to the grocery store could be worth $20,000 for one chef in each episode of this competition series. Four chefs compete in three elimination challenges testing their culinary skills as they make their way through the store's aisles. Each challenge features a theme -- such as using only items from frozen foods -- and is judged by a rotating list of guest judges who determine which contestant is eliminated. The chef who makes it through all three challenges then has two minutes to go through the aisles collecting items on a shopping list. Each item on the list is worth $2,000 and if the chef gets every item, the $20,000 grand prize is awarded. Popular Food Network personality Guy Fieri hosts the competition.

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Four chefs are challenged to make pork-inspired dishes; chefs must shop for ingredients with piggy-faced backpacks; chefs have to pick key ingredients using Guy's unpredictable deck of cards; Guy challenges the chefs to make dinner on a $20 budget.
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Chefs tackle Guy's worst grocery list yet, containing ingredients they'd never dream of putting in the same dish; the chefs must use every item on the list during the three rounds of competition or face elimination, but Guy adds lots of extra twists.
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Four veggie masters compete in three veggie-inspired rounds; Guy gives them a list of key ingredients they must feature; a diner-style order wheel determines the classic meat dishes the chefs must make vegetarian; Guy takes away the chefs' carts.
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Guy brings four sandwich-making savants to Flavortown Market to test their skills; delicious deli meats, fancy condiments and artisan breads go flying as these sandwich superheroes make fried, international and stacked sandwich masterpieces.
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Guy welcomes "Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives" chefs and their moms to Flavortown for a Mother's Day competition; chefs must watch as their mothers shop from the chefs' lists; the store closes in the middle of the chef's shopping time.
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Sports and great food are a natural combination, and that's what's on Guy Fieri's mind when he invites three professional athletes to team up with some of Flavortown's finest judges in a two-round, winner-take-all face-off for culinary supremacy.
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The Flavortown family gets a little bigger as some of GGG's most beloved judges bring their siblings to compete alongside them; the teams must shop blindfolded; teams must use a required ingredient in their decadent dish.
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Chefs compete in three beef-inspired rounds; Guy asks them to shop for, prepare and plate their best beef burger; chefs receive scratch-off budget cards with the amount they can spend on their dish; chefs roll dice to determine their dinner details.
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Four food scientists showcase their molecular gastronomy skills; in the first round, the chefs must flip the basic ingredients of a hamburger into a modern dinner; making a twist on an American classic with restrictions dictated by the Food Pyramid.
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Guy knows there's nothing like the teamwork in a busy restaurant's kitchen, so he invites three teams of phenomenal chefs to represent their restaurants in Flavortown in two action-packed rounds of games involving prix fixe menus and best-sellers.
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Guy Fieri brings back the winning teams of previous competitions for another battle of team supremacy.
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Three GGG winners team up to take on a trio of Flavortown's finest judges to see who comes out on top of Guy's devious games.
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Four penny-pinching pros who have braved some of Flavortown's toughest budget battles are back for a brutal budget bonanza.
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Four talented teen chefs are taking over Flavortown; Guy gets things started by having them flip a chicken pot pie into a high-end dinner; a roll of the dice decides their international dishes; one future superstar chef will win a shopping spree.
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Teams of chef-siblings compete in two games designed to push their sibling bonds to the limit; the teams must decide which items from Guy's sample tables they want to feature in their family dinner, then must prepare a decadent dish with a twist.
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Guy pushes the culinary limits of four Flavortown rookies by challenging them to cook a day's worth of meals with a budget of just $12 for each round; one chef's budgeting skills outshine the others and earn them a shopping spree.
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Seafood specialists battle it out in Flavortown; chefs are limited to ten ingredients in the first round; ingredients for the second dish must start with the same random letter; a new game lays out icy parameters for the chefs' upscale fish dish.
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Guy Fieri invites four talented chefs to Flavortown and tells them they can only shop for ingredients under five dollars; Guy reveals an additional challenge in each round, and it's a GGG budget battle like never before.
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Four chefs representing cuisines from around the world take on Guy Fieri's global-themed games; first, the chefs make their childhood favorite featuring a handpicked ingredient from Guy.
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Two show juggernauts, Alex Guarnaschelli and Rocco DiSpirito, return to compete with their teams of Flavortown regulars in Guy Fieri's most hard-hitting games to be crowned Supermarket Heavyweight champions.
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Things get wild in Flavortown when Guy Fieri challenges four talented chefs with budget games that might be too crazy for their own good.

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