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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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Guy kicks things off by having the DDD chefs make their ultimate Thanksgiving sandwich without shopping in a crucial aisle; the chefs must make a dish under Guy's designated weight limit.
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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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Guy Fieri brings in three teams of food truck chefs to battle it out for superiority; the teams split up to shop separate halves of the store for their bestselling dish; the chefs must shop for their best handheld duo using only their bare hands.
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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 Fieri challenges four chefs to make a dozen ingredients last through all three meals; the chefs shop for the only 12 ingredients they can use throughout the competition and are challenged to make specific styles of lunch and dinner.
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Four carnival food-loving chefs play carnival classics; Guy turns a popular strength test game into a finesse challenge; a simple game of ring toss determines the main protein for the chefs' best dish on a stick.
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Guy Fieri welcomes back the winners of previous GGG spicy competitions and pits them against one another; the remaining chef wins $10,000 and gets a chance at another $10,000 if they can beat Flavortown's resident Spicy Queen, chef Antonia Lofaso.
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The chefs battle with their budgets to make their best burger and side and race the clock to make an Asian takeout staple; the final challenge is a Mexican takeout-style dinner.
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Guy wheels out a vat of goo containing mysterious canned foods that the chefs must grab and use in a fried dish; a scary version of musical carts to determine ingredients for a redemption dinner.
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Four competing chefs must decide whether to use six, eight or 10 ingredients before knowing what kind of dish they're making; one chef will pick the right limits and go on to win a shopping spree worth up to $20,000.
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Two budget-brawlers settle the score in a round that has them shopping for ingredients under $5 for their family dinners; a couple of food scientists face off in a game that forces them to shop for their dishes in either the odd or even aisles.
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Three families compete in two games that will decide who wins the DDD Family Tournament and the $20,000 prize; Guy Fieri has two diner-style order wheels picking out which dishes the chefs must make and which games they must play in both rounds.
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Guy Fieri brings three DDD family duos to compete in Flavortown for the last spot in the tournament finale.
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The tournament continues with families from "Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives"; Guy Fieri is challenging these dynamic family duos to make classic culinary duos, starting with a list of key ingredients they must feature in their burgers and fries.
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Food and family collide as Guy Fieri brings three DDD family duos to Flavortown to compete.
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Guy Fieri uses his newest game, the Aisle Wheel, to restrict the chefs to just one aisle in each round; Guy throws in some of his own twists and turns along the way as the chefs are challenged to make a hot lunch, comfort food and dinner spread.
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Guy Fieri challenges the chefs to make full-blown meals for four on only five dollars a plate.
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Firefighting first responders from California head to Flavortown for a friendly culinary competition, where they must make a firehouse favorite in the first round and a spicy family meal in the second round.
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Chefs cook their best regional sandwich, but on a budget; creating seafood dishes using ingredients from around the market; Guy's food wheel decides where the remaining two chefs get to shop for their regional comfort food dishes.

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