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Guy's Grocery Games season 3 episodes list:
In game one, we take a trip around the world as the chefs create an international dish using only items found in the Clearance Carts. Next, the chefs set out to make a delicious dessert until Guy surprises them with a savory Red Light Special. In the final game, the chefs try to make their best dish in the letter-limiting challenge, ABC: Whichever one of these chefs uses their spelling and culinary skills the best will go on to play for $20,000 in the Shopping Spree.
The chefs are challenged to produce comfort food using no more then five pounds of ingredients. Then they have to prepare a unusual noodle dish, before having to shop together to prepare their final dish.
Get ready for the Food Network All-Stars to bring their "A" game to Flavortown. In game one, the chefs show off their spelling skills and culinary prowess in ABC. Next, the chefs go international as the Food Wheel determines their destiny. The two remaining All-Stars bring the heat in Frozen Food Feud like you've never seen before. The winning chef takes to the aisles in hopes of grabbing up to $20,000 for their chosen
Four chefs from Diners, Drive-ins and Dives meet under Guy's roof for the ultimate culinary smack down. When thinking of comfort food, radishes and maple syrup don't usually come to mind, but it must for these chefs in Grocery List. Next, discounted, damaged and dented items are on the menu for a delicious dinner party in Clearance Carts. In the final game, Guy doubles up on the chefs by giving them a two-for-one deal with Red Light Special and Cart Swap. Only one will be able to work through the pressure and make it to the Shopping Spree.
In this spooktastic Halloween episode, four chefs must create dishes that don't scare the judges! Starting off with a hearty lunch is not an easy feat when Guy shocks them with a daunting Red Light Special. In the next game, Guy tricks the chefs into making a savory treat with sweets in Single Aisle Showdown. In the final game, Guy hands the chefs his Grocery List filled with spooky items like bone marrow, blood orange and black garlic and tells them to make their best dish. Which chef will get to go on the Shopping Spree and which will be scared straight out of the grocery store?
Pasta is out of reach in the Single Aisle Showdown; the chefs have to carry all their ingredients for their barbecue feast.
The chefs are thrown into the deep end when asked to make a five-star seafood dinner using Five Ingredients or Less. Next, the chefs play a new game inspired by an online fan — lasagna will never be the same! With only two chefs remaining, winning is not as easy as ABC when they try to make their ultimate burger.
It's a clash of the coupons as four chefs attempt to make their best grilled dish in Budget Battle. Next, the chefs must make a decadent breakfast while incorporating the classic peanut butter and jelly combo. The last two chefs must make a Sunday supper using One Ingredient Per Aisle.
Four chefs put their culinary and spelling skills to the test in the alphabetically enticing game, ABC. The second game has our chefs rummaging through bins to make a show-stopping starter in Clearance Carts. And then it's every chef's worst nightmare in Frozen Food Feud, where the two remaining contestants have to make a classic dish worthy of the $20,000 Shopping Spree.
Four chefs get their basters ready for this special Thanksgiving episode. In Keep it Sample, the chefs find delicious autumn staples around the store, which they must incorporate into their inventive fall dishes. Get ready for a touchdown in Red Light Special as the chefs make game day bites incorporating frozen cranberry. Then, making an upscale Thanksgiving dinner becomes even more of a challenge in Five Ingredients or Less. Only one of these chefs will be able to gobble up to $20,000 in the Shopping Spree!
It's a middle aisle showdown as four chefs try to make a decadent dish in Meals From the Middle. Next, a lot of math and a little ingenuity are required to make a seafood dinner for four with less than nine dollars! Then, it's a mad dash through the aisles to make the best hot sandwich in Closing Time.
In game one, the chefs are pressed to make a panini lunch with the items found on Guy's Grocery List. Next, the chefs attempt to make their favorite rice dish in Meals From the Middle. In the final game, the chefs are in for a real surprise as they're put through the ultimate test in Bag Swap: One will make a top-notch seafood dish — and win the Shopping Spree — and one will go overboard.
In the first game, the chefs try not to tip the scale when shopping for their best meat dish. It's a grocery gamble in game two when the chefs prepare an all-American lunch determined by the Food Wheel. The two finalists have it really tough when Guy tells them to cook a gourmet dinner, switches their ingredients and gives them a Red Light Special that pushes their culinary talents to the extreme.
The first challenge is to make a favorite holiday meal using samples; the chefs play Watch Your Weight when preparing decadent desserts; and the winner is declared after a game of No Carts Allowed, in which the two finalists serve elegant New Year's dinners.