Part 1 of 5. DDD chefs compete in a Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives Tournament that begins with the challenge of making a belly-busting lunch using only seven items. Then, they work with low-priced surf and high-priced-turf ingredients. Finally, the best regional version of burgers and fries determines the winner.
Part 2 of 5. Four DDD chefs compete. The first challenge is to take the makings of apple pie and turn them into dinner. Then, a surprise ingredient is incorporated into sliders. Finally, a regional version of a fried entrée determines the winner.
Part 3 of 5. Four DDD chefs compete in challenges that include improvising when making a hot sandwich without a key ingredient; preparing a seafood special with limited options; and presenting a regional take on a pork dinner.
Conclusion. The final four DDD chefs take on challenges inspired by the East Coast, Midwest and West Coast. First, ingredients are thawed out for a high-end dinner. Then, shopping is restricted to the middle aisles of the store when making an all-American dish. Finally, there's a huge twist before the winner is chosen.
Four masters of chocolate compete to turn this rich treat into sweet and savory dishes. Included: A German chocolate cake is transformed into lunch; an arcade game is played to determine the budget for a decadent chocolate dessert; and not-so-sexy ingredients must find their way into a romantic chocolate dinner.
Three meals are made on a budget of only $60. The first challenge is to prepare a lumberjack breakfast. Then, the chefs serve a sandwich lunch and a side, if they can afford it. Finally, with less than $16 each, the final two attempt to pull off an upscale dinner.
Stand-up comics team up with Food Network all-star mentors in hilarious grocery games to earn money for charity. First, the comedians must make a late-night dinner using only the ingredients they can fit in a very small shopping bag. Next, the comedians are given a list of funny-sounding foods to turn into an impressive dinner for their agent.
Four pork-loving chefs cook up sizzling bacon dishes. First, they must make the ultimate bacon dish, despite a nine-item shopping limit. Then, chefs prepare an elevated bacon dish using the not-so-sweet items on Guy Fieri's mandatory grocery list. Finally, Guy uses refrigerator magnets to generate the name of their final bacon creation, which is smoky chocolate BBQ.
Two families go head-to-head in the ultimate Family Food Feud, worth up to $20,000. First, one member of each family must prepare their best pork dish using a grocery list of the Fieri Family's Favorite Ingredients. Next, the men in the families face off in a seafood dinner showdown, hindered by a tuna sandwich-sized budget. Then, it's sweet vs. savory as the final two members of each family must use only seven items to make their family favorite.
Part 3 of 5. First, four GGG winners make a steakhouse dinner, even though the meat and seafood sections of the market are closed. Next, they make an upscale lunch that is almost upended by the budget and restrictions dictated by the Food Pyramid. Then, the chefs create very different winner's dinners when one chef shops the odd aisles and the other the even aisles. Finally, Guy Fieri calls a surprise fourth round, making the last chefs whip up their best breakfast in only 15 minutes.
Part 2 of 5. The Supermarket Masters Tournament continues. First, the chefs have to serve up a plate of hometown comfort with only five pounds of ingredients. Next, the chefs make an elevated burger featuring strange sample table items. Then, the remaining two chefs must serve up a Mexican fiesta.
Part 1 of 5. Chefs who have won "Guy's Grocery Games" are back to compete in a five-week tournament. Kicking things off, they must make an upscale dinner with ingredients that have to start with the same letter. Next, cooking a tricked-out pizza turns even trickier when Guy Fieri gives them a $12 budget. Then, the final two chefs have to serve up Asian takeout that includes high-priced and low-priced items chosen by a wheel of chance.
Part 4 of 5. Four past GGG winners vie for an instant $10,000 and the last spot in the Supermarket Masters Tournament finale. First, they must make a high-end, old-school dinner that includes a mish-mash of ingredients. Next, the chefs race against the clock to make a super sandwich and side in just 15 minutes. Then, the last two chefs pick wild cards to determine the international cuisine and comfort dish they must combine to make their finest fusion dish.
The final four Supermarket Masters compete for the title of champion. First, it's a dinner rush as the chefs get only 20 minutes to shop, cook and plate an Italian dish. Next, the chefs let a roll of the dice determine the components of their grilled seafood dinner. In the final round, the chefs have to shop for their ingredients for a "winner winner chicken dinner" using only a roasting pan, but that isn't even the biggest twist.