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Guy Fieri pulls no punches when he challenges All-Star chefs Madison Cowan, Elizabeth Falkner, Aaron McCargo Jr., and Michael Psilakis to make an upscale dinner using the double whammy of frozen and canned foods! Next, it's time for multiple cart swaps in a weekend brunch edition of Musical Carts! Then, the remaining two All-Stars must turn a kernel of an idea into their best dish using corn two different ways, with ingredients from three aisles. Our winning All-Star shops for up to $20,000 for their charity.
The episode was rated 8.64 from 11 votes.
On a GGG first, Guy Fieri gives the chefs three turbo-charged games with only 15 to 20 minutes to shop, cook and plate. These chefs will have to put their speed to the test making breakfast, lunch and dinner over three shortened rounds. Guy is also throwing in a few obstacles to make it a little more challenging. Whoever comes out on top will earn some serious bragging rights and the chance to shop Flavortown for up to $20,000.
The episode was rated 8.57 from 14 votes.
Four GGG competitors are back for redemption, but they might regret it when they face Guy Fieri's most terrifying games yet. First, Guy wheels out a vat of goo containing mysterious canned foods that the chefs must grab and use in a fried dish. Then Guy has them play a scary version of musical carts to determine their ingredients for a redemption dinner. When the Flavortown fright night finally ends, the chef left standing will go on to shop the market for up to $20,000.
The episode was rated 8.57 from 14 votes.
Four returning champs battle it out for more money and a spot in the Tournament of Champions finale. First, the chefs must use both their cooking and spelling skills to make an adventurous lunch using only ingredients that begin with "M." Next, the champions are challenged to make their best dish fusing the flavors of Greece and China! Finally, the remaining two chefs will have to create a contemporary American dinner with coconut prepared two ways, using items from only three aisles!
The episode was rated 8.50 from 10 votes.
Gift baskets, filled with eclectic items, are given to the competing chefs, who are tasked with making holiday party lunches. Later, they must do without ingredients they need to prepare breakfast; and the final challenge features a game of "Musical Carts".
The episode was rated 8.46 from 13 votes.
A wildly diverse group of chefs from Triple D descends on Flavortown as the Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives Tournament continues! The heat is on as chefs make a hot sandwich without shopping in the meat, cheese and deli aisles. Next, they're challenged to create an out-of-this-world international dish determined by tumbling dice, and finally, they must make a pork dish with wild ingredients picked out of the claw machine. The winner goes on a shopping spree for up to $20,000 and earns a slot in the tournament finale.
The episode was rated 8.46 from 13 votes.
The winners of the first four Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives throwdowns are back for the finale! First, they must dish out their best diner breakfast using a grocery list made up of emojis; then, the chefs must create the ultimate drive-in burger featuring a red light special. Finally, they must make an elevated dive bar dish using only ingredients from three aisles. The victor earns the coveted tournament trophy and a chance to more than double their winnings in an encore shopping spree!
The episode was rated 8.43 from 14 votes.
The heat is on in Flavortown with Guy Fieri's spiciest games yet. First, Guy hands out a list with some must-have ingredients for their spicy chicken dish. Then, in the hottest game in GGG history, Guy spins the brutal Wheel O' Pain to determine which super-spicy pepper they can use in their hometown heat dish. Finally, the last two chefs must cook a dish with some high-end heat with only $20! In the end, only one chef will stand the heat and earn a shopping spree worth up to $20,000.
The episode was rated 8.42 from 19 votes.
Guy Fieri and his son Hunter enlist some of their favorite chefs to play grocery delivery games, making chicken dinners and Mexican feasts in their own kitchens using ingredients sent to them. In addition to the mystery ingredients, Guy and Hunter make the chefs play some of Flavortown's classic limitation games to add to the fun. The winning chef gets to spin the Money Wheel for a chance to win $20,000.
The episode was rated 8.40 from 10 votes.
The final four culinary superstars face three rounds of Guy Fieri's most epic games yet, as decided by the never-before-seen Wheel of Games. After each round, a chef is eliminated until one superstar remains. The victorious chef is crowned the first-ever Superstar champion and wins $40,000 for their charity of choice.
The episode was rated 8.38 from 21 votes.
Four burger masters are ready to see how they stack up against each other in a contest worth up to $20,000. First, the chefs must shop for the ingredients for an over-the-top burger using an underwhelming, tiny bag. Next, the chefs make their take on a classic burger without any of the classic ingredients. Then, when one of the finalists falls by the wayside, the judges are forced to hustle their buns and compete in a surprise burger finale.The episode was rated from 14 votes.
Four pie-pros compete in two plus-sized rounds of mouth-watering pizzas. First, Guy Fieri challenges the chefs to make not one, but two pizzas using only what they can fit into an empty pizza box. Then, he doubles down again by asking them to make a sweet pizza and a savory one, both featuring a very special ingredient. The chef who has the best slice will go on to shop for a chance at $20,000.The episode was rated from 14 votes.
Flavortown turns into Spice City when four chefs who like their food with some heat fight for the title of Spice Master. First, the chefs must flip the ingredients of bread pudding into a spicy high-end dinner. Next, chefs play Spree Ball to determine which pepper they must feature in their signature spicy dish. Then, the final two must make a spicy guilty pleasure using four ingredients with pepper in their name, with the hottest chef winning up to $20,000The episode was rated from 32 votes.
For the finale, Guy Fieri takes the final four DDD chefs on an epic cross-country road trip by dividing Flavortown into the East Coast, Midwest and West Coast. First, Guy turns the frozen section into a chilly New York scene, where chefs must thaw out ingredients for an East Coast high-end dinner. Next, the chefs must make an all-American dish by shopping the Midwest -- or at least the middle aisles of the store! The tournament ends with a huge twist as the last two chefs serve up a West Coast winner's dinner and battle it out the shot at an additional $20,000 and the DDD title.The episode was rated from 21 votes.
Flavortown judges go head-to-head in three one-on-one battles. First, new school meets old school as Food Network Star Justin Warner faces off against celebrity chef Rocco DiSpirito. In round two, grilled cheese master Eric Greenspan goes up against Chef Aaron May. Finally, Triple-D chef Carl Ruiz and restauranteur Antonia Lofaso show off their regional cooking chops in a final round that must be seen to be believed.The episode was rated from 15 votes.
Four home cooks from All-Star Academy are ready for Grocery Games grad school, with Curtis Stone and Richard Blais serving as guest mentors! First, they must make a fine dining dinner including all of the wacky items on Guy's list. Next, they bowl for strikes to assemble the ingredients for an American classic dish, and finally, Guy includes a surprise game for the mentors!The episode was rated from 16 votes.
Guy Fieri's favorite chefs from Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives return to Flavortown for the second time to compete in a four-part tournament to crown a Triple D, Triple G, Triple Threat. First, Guy asks them to make a regional favorite using limited ingredients. Then they have to make a guilty pleasure with ingredients decided by the arcade-inspired Spree Ball. Finally, the chefs attempt to mash up comfort food favorites in a winning dish for a chance at the finale and the title of DDD All-Star Tournament Champ.The episode was rated from 10 votes.
Triple D chefs face a strict weight limit on ingredients; figuring out Guy's favorite dish; making a stuffed entree with ingredients from every aisle.The episode was rated from 14 votes.
Four American heroes -- a cop, a firefighter, an EMT and an Air Force vet -- test their culinary might in a battle worth up to $20,000. First, the heroes are inspired by legendary rapper-turned-judge Rev Run to "wok this way," using a wok to shop for and cook a hearty crew meal. Next, the chefs must test their skills in Guy Fieri's classic arcade game, Spree Ball, to determine the ingredients in their hero sandwiches. Then, the final two attempt to make a leisurely day off dinner, but Guy announces "closing time!" without warning.The episode was rated from 11 votes.
Some of the best chefs from Triple D invade Flavortown Market in this leg of the Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives Tournament, where they must first prepare a lunch special using only ingredients that begin with the letters "D" or "G." The culinary contest continues with the best noodle dish made only from food items that cost $4 or more, then the final two chefs go bowling to pick the crazy ingredients in their Sunday supper. The last chef standing can bag up to $20,000, plus get a shot at winning even more in the tournament finale!The episode was rated from 26 votes.
Last updated: oct 02, 2022
why isnt Season 18 and the remainder of Season 17 on here to Trakt
Up to episode 8 of season 29 yet Trakt still not even showing season 29
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