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Guy's Grocery Games season 21←Guy's Grocery Games season 20
Guy's Grocery Games season 21 episodes list:
Guy Fieri brings in chefs from the four corners of the U.S. to see which region has the tastiest food. He starts off the competition by asking the chefs to cook their best regional sandwich, but on a budget. Then they have to make seafood dishes using ingredients from around the market. Finally, Guy's food wheel decides where the remaining two chefs get to shop for their regional comfort food dishes. In the end, only one chef will prove that their region reigns supreme and go on a shopping spree worth up to $20,000.
It seems like Flavortown Market has miles of aisles, but the four competing chefs find out the hard way that even the biggest aisle can be limiting if it's the only one they can shop. Guy Fieri uses his newest game, the Aisle Wheel, to restrict the chefs to just one aisle in each round. He even throws in some of his own twists and turns along the way as the chefs are challenged to make a hot lunch, comfort food and dinner spread. Only one chef will make it out and go on to shop Flavortown Market for up to $20,000.
Guy Fieri invites four carnival food-loving chefs to play carnival classics, Grocery Games-style. First, he turns a popular strength test game into a finesse challenge to determine which ingredient the chefs must feature in their classic carnival treat. Then a simple game of ring toss determines the main protein for their best dish on a stick. In the final round, Guy combines strength and accuracy when he has the chefs popping balloons with darts to determine which aisles they can shop. In the end, only one carnival food chef will out-carny the others and go on to shop Flavortown Market for up to $20,000.
Guy Fieri unveils the ultimate strategy game in which the four competing chefs must decide whether to use six, eight or ten ingredients before knowing what kind of dish they're making. The chefs have to decide whether to go big early to ensure a spot in the later rounds or risk using fewer ingredients upfront so they can finish with a strong, multifaceted dish. Ultimately, one chef will pick the right limits and go on to win a shopping spree worth up to $20,000.