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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 winners return to test their skills on some tough summer-themed games; a never-before-seen game forces the chefs to shop for a dwindling amount of usable ingredients as quickly as possible.
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Four comfort food experts compete; chefs must make their signature dish while incorporating a list of mandatory ingredients; preparing an elevated comfort classic using a mystery canned ingredient; making a regional comfort dish on a tight budget.
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Guy Fieri brings three GGG winners back to compete against one another for a chance to go up against GGG's most feared competitor and judge, Iron Chef Alex Guarnaschelli.
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Guy brings four confident home cooks to Flavortown to prove they can actually cook like GGG's finest chefs; he tests their shopping, cooking and presentation skills in three classic games, and in the end, only one home cook wins.
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Four GGG competitors who previously checked out early return to Flavortown to try their luck again; in each round, Guy Fieri hits them with his Wheel of Redemption, which features the games that the chefs went out on.
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Chefs must shop with tiny bags and make signature seafood dishes; a blind choice determines which canned ingredient they must feature in their comfort dishes; a roll of the dice determines the parameters for the chefs' spicy chicken dinners.
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For Father's Day, Guy Fieri brings three GGG winners back to compete against each other, and they're teaming up with their dads; the teams must make childhood favorites; a classic game of bowling determines ingredients for a favorite dish for dad.
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The only thing better than a burger is a burger made by one of Flavortown's all-star chefs! Guy Fieri brings together four chefs to test their burger-making prowess in a patty-for-patty throwdown that includes an over-the-top burger and fries combo and a spicy burger. One all-star chef stands apart and gets a shot at up to $20,000.
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Guy Fieri tests the limits of four chefs by allowing them to shop only in the middle aisles of the store; the chefs face the challenge of making meals with no fresh produce, no fresh meat and no fresh dairy.
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Chefs face a modified food pyramid during an "International Heat" round; chefs shop for "Spicy Chicken Dishes" with tiny shopping bags; the remaining chefs brave a brand new game for a "Spicy Fried Dinner" round.
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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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