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Guy's Grocery Games season 6 episodes list:
The chefs must make their best dish using only ingredients that start with the letter S and it's not that simple! Next, they must prepare a lavish lunch that won't break their $10 budget. Then, the last two chefs standing must shop to make a comfort meal while trading carts in a chaotic game of Musical Carts.
A flip of the coin determines how four chefs must make their best dish using only ingredients from the even-numbered aisles. Next, chefs get to show off their culinary muscles with an international dish featuring items from the store's sample tables. Finally, a dinner party plate sounds easy enough, until the chefs are forced to go through the express lane.
There's nothing comforting about making a comfort meal with five ingredients, but that's what the chefs have to do. Then, they must make an upscale dinner using a grocery list that includes ketchup and pretzels! The final face-off is even more odd when chefs are asked to make a steak sandwich with no bread because they can't shop the odd aisles.
The competing chefs navigate a shopstacle course as they grab ingredients for a burger and side made with dehydrated food. Later, the letter "S" comes into play when preparing an upscale dish; and dice are rolled to determine what condiment and dairy items need to be used in the final round.
Four chefs kick off Guy Fieri's games by making a lavish Italian feast with only 4 pounds of ingredients. Next, the chefs flip out when they find they must turn the core ingredients of a Caesar salad into a breakfast dish! Then, the final two play the dreaded Food Wheel which forces them to prepare a meal combining salmon with ingredients from a single aisle.
Dice are rolled to determine what goes into the chefs' blue-plate specials; high-end and low-end ingredients are used to make an Italian classic; and shopping for a pork dinner proves tricky, when Guy restricts what the finalists can choose.
In a spook-tacular Halloween cook-off our chefs start out with some pumpkin bowling to determine the frightening ingredients in their daring dish. Next, competitors rummage through some creepy clearance carts to find ingredients to make a dish that won't make the judges' skin crawl. In the final round, chefs must use the red light special to make their best offal dish.
Four chefs who have overcome life's adversities by following their culinary dreams compete to become a Triple G winner. First, they toast their success with a celebratory dinner that incorporates Guy Fieri's red light special — hot dogs. Next, the chefs must scale back their shopping lists to make their best pasta dish with less than 5 lbs. of ingredients. The final two make an inspired dinner using the random ingredients dictated by the Fieri Food Pyramid.
Guy Fieri's Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives buddies roll up to Guy's turf for a challenge of a lifetime. The chefs must first knock down crazy food pins to pick the ingredients to put between two buns! Next, they must make tacos after all the traditional taco ingredients are thrown out of the window in Un-Gredients. The final two chefs will go to their roots when Guy asks them to make a finer diner dinner using an item from both the high end and low-end food wheels.
Four chefs receive their first culinary curveball when they're told to make stir-fry using only ingredients from even-numbered aisles. Next, they have to turn the main ingredients of lemon bars into a dinner. Then, the chefs make their best dish featuring a collision of two international cuisines.
A Thanksgiving feast is prepared in the first round; and later, the chefs use leftovers to create upscale dinners. Also: a fall edition of Grocery Bowl.
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".
Holiday starters are prepared in the first round; a New Year's Eve dinner made on a Scrooge-like budget is the second challenge; and fruitcake ingredients are used to create a festive feast.