Guy Fieri gives the chefs three turbo-charged games with only 15 to 20 minutes to shop, cook and plate. The chefs will have to put their speed to the test making breakfast, lunch and dinner over three shortened rounds.
Guy Fieri's spiciest games yet. Included: a list with some must-have ingredients for a spicy chicken dish; hometown heat dishes with a super-spicy pepper determined by the Wheel O' Pain; and a dish with some high-end heat with only $20.
Guy invites three teams of sweet and savory duos to put their chemistry to the test. First, they must make an American comfort dinner and dessert using items from a mandatory list. Then, the two remaining teams must make a steakhouse entree and dessert on a tight budget.
Three judges bring their significant others to compete. In a game of trust, Guy asks the couples to shop together for dinner while one person wears a blindfold. Guy challenges the two remaining couples to fuse their favorite dishes, leaving the judges to decide which fusion is worth a $20,000 shopping spree.
Guy challenges four chefs to elevate the ingredients in a frozen TV dinner. In round two, he asks them to make their signature dish on less than $20. Finally, Guy asks for a five-star flambé, though he closes down some essential aisles during the shop. The judges decide which dish is worth a $20,000 shopping spree.
For the first time, none of the competing chefs get to shop for their ingredients. Instead, Guy gives them each a cart full of groceries that must last all three rounds and decides what they make in each round with a spin of his dish wheel.
Guy challenges four chefs to budget with $40 and two rounds of shopping and cooking. He first asks them to make a guilty pleasure dish, and then they must use whatever money they have left to buy enough ingredients to make an elevated hometown classic. In the end, only one chef will successfully turn $40 into a chance at $20,000.
Guy puts four chefs through three rounds of shopping and cooking from the frozen foods section. First, he asks for a meat and potatoes dish. In round two, he asks them to make their best lobster dish but throws them off with an ice block challenge. The remaining chefs must then make an international dinner by bowling for ingredients with a frozen turkey.