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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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Competitors return to settle the score in three rounds of head-to-head rematches; two sandwich masters compete; a vegan and a meat lover face off to make a high-end dinner; two families battle it out to see who can make the best Sunday supper.
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Free samples in the first game must be used in Mediterranean dishes; the chefs dash around the store to make a dessert for the judges.
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Guy Fieri turns back the clocks in Flavortown and throws back to the dishes we all grew up on; first, he asks the chefs to update a classic dish in a retro redux using limited ingredients.
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Guy Fieri gives the chefs 45 minutes to make three courses in each round; they must shop for their full diner meal using miniature-sized carts, then they take on Guy's ruthless Pyramid game to choose the courses for their dinner party meal.
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Mac and cheese, gets a challenging twist in the first game; the chicken dinner sheds some pounds; in the final game, the chefs must make a romantic meal.
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Chefs who are partners in and out of the kitchen team up; frozen and canned foods are used to make an elevated classic; soup and sandwich challenge.
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One member of each family must prepare their best pork dish using a grocery list; the men in the families face off in a seafood dinner showdown; the final two members of each family must use only seven items to make their family favorite.
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Guy spins his DDD Dish Wheel and GGG Game Wheel to nail down all the variables for the competition, and these duos face some of the funniest and toughest Grocery Games ever while making classic DDD dishes.
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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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The chefs must pinch pennies as Guy Fieri challenges them to budget wisely with $40 and two grueling rounds of shopping and cooking.
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Standup comics team up with Food Network mentors to earn money for charity; the comedians must make dinner using only the ingredients they can fit in small bag; the comedians must cook for their agent with funny-sounding foods.
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The chefs must make comfort food using no more than five pounds of ingredients; an unusual grocery list must be used in noodle dishes.
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For the first time, none of the competing chefs get to shop for their ingredients; instead, Guy Fieri gives them each a cart full of groceries that has to last all three rounds, and he decides what they make in each round by spinning his dish wheel.
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Creating a stir fry using no more than 5 ingredients; a fun family meal with unusual ingredients; the remaining contestants have only two minutes to purchase all the items they need for a decadent pasta dish.
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Chefs have to spell check the ingredients for breakfast; competitors are forced to weigh their steakhouse dinner; two chefs mix luxury ingredients with low-priced fare.
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Four chefs must create a winning breakfast, lunch and dinner for four on a budget of $60; a lumberjack breakfast with the aid of a handful of coupons; a sandwich lunch that might not feature a side dish; dinner on less than $16.
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Comfort dishes with five ingredients or less; orange juice must be incorporated into cocktail brunch dishes.

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