Four superstar chefs are competing in a one-game showdown that incorporates three of Guy Fieri's craziest challenges. With only one game being played, Guy reveals an in-depth look at how ... See full summary »

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Episode credited cast:
Guy Fieri ... Self - Host
Rocco DiSpirito ... Self - Judge
Troy Johnson ... Self - Judge
Simon Majumdar Simon Majumdar ... Self - Judge
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Antonia Lofaso ... Self - Competitor
Aarti Sequeira ... Self - Competitor
Jet Tila ... Self - Competitor
Michael Voltaggio ... Self - Competitor
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Four superstar chefs are competing in a one-game showdown that incorporates three of Guy Fieri's craziest challenges. With only one game being played, Guy reveals an in-depth look at how each over-the-top comfort food dish comes together, and he shares behind-the-scenes secrets of GGG. Written by Food Network Website

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This show revealed/highlighted that in every episode, the competing chefs are also provided a "pantry" of needed supplies that includes: salt, pepper, sugar, flour, red pepper, paprika, olive oil, butter, baking soda, cornstarch, and cinnamon. See more »

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Featured in Guy's Grocery Games: Guy Cooks the Games: GGG Raw (2021) See more »

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Backstage at Triple G
1 February 2021 | by TarkinSee all my reviews

This is one of my favorite episodes of "Guy's Grocery Games" (Triple G) ever. After 7 years on the air, Guy Fieri finally pulls the curtain back to show viewers how Triple G comes together each week. Four excellent judges (always glad to see Antonia!) are brought together to compete in one winner take-all championship that requires them to overcome 3 games (challenges). This time they will play Crazy Can roulette (using ingrediants from a tin can without a label), Think Small (the smallest handcart in the world), and Express Lane-pick a number (9 ingredients or less).

Likely one of the biggest surprises is the fact that after the 3, 2, 1, Go countdown the competing chefs don't get to go shopping yet. Instead they stop filming to change out camera lenses (from wide shots to closer, intimate shots) and the competitors get a complete explanation of the rules from one of the many producers. The judges and competiting chefs provide more insight in what goes into filming an episode and insights into their personal lives and strategy while cooking.

I hope they do more shows like this in the future. Heck, do a full behind-the-scenes special (but please put it on Food Network first, and not just on Discovery+) sometime in the future. Anytime we get to see the regular chefs cutting up and having fun on the show, makes for a better episode. Keep up the great work!


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1 July 2020 (USA) See more »

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Santa Rosa, California, USA

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