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Want a taste of the TV world of Guy Fieri? Then just surf around this page for a sampler plate of fun. You'll find some of the best nuggets and even some behind the scenes snapshots.


– The Chopped Challenge!

This week, the kids are challenged on their knowledge of ingredients. In the Mini Challenge, they must decipher ingredients while blindfolded. Then, it’s a Chopped-style Main Challenge, where a video message from Ted Allen introduces their head-to-head Mystery Basket challenge, judged by Chopped judge and Iron Chef, Alex Guarnaschelli!

Season 3

Let Them Eat Toast

Let Them Eat Toast In game one, four chefs have to make French toast in Aisle Down, but will they be able to make a winning dish without a key component?  Next up is the dreaded, Can Can, where three chefs are challenged to make a steak dinner using only canned items. Then, it’s a

Season 6

Flash in the Pan

Guy’s steaming a pot of his Monsoon Mussels, swimming in a spicy Asian white wine-curry broth. Sop up that delectable broth with grilled ciabatta slices or Guy’s Asian Street Fries, equally delicious dunked in spicy soy-vinegar sauce. Creamy Flaming Panna Cotta with flambéed cherry sauce makes a dramatic finale.

Season 15

Unconventional Comfort

Season 15

Pubs and Grub

Season 1

Tailgate Warriors: 49ers vs. Raiders

The battle on the gridiron may be rough when the San Francisco 49ers take on their neighbors, the Oakland Raiders, but it’s nothing compared to the action going on outside the stadium. Guy Fieri has thrown down the gauntlet, searching for the best tailgate teams in the country. In this round, we’re in Guy’s own


– First Lady Luncheon

Rachael Ray and Guy Fieri meet eight rising kid chefs as the Parents Lounge looks on. After Rachael and Guy choose their teams, the kids are immediately given a Pop Quiz — create a signature dish that best expresses their culinary chops. Guy and Rachael then mentor their teams on culinary secrets and skills before

Season 1

Contestants Cedric Cleveland, John Moran and Becky Bub give it their all in a bid to win $1 million.

Season 1

Cornbread Meatloaf

Guy’s signature cornbread-stuffed meatloaf raises the bar on an old favorite.

Season 2

Hit Me With Your Best Shot

Veronica Castro continues her million-dollar quest, and a new game starts up as Los Angelinos Rashad Riley and Maya James team up on tough challenges.

Season 15

Burgers, Noodles and Quahogs

Season 7

Blondes Have More Fun

Guy invites buddy and hair style twin Anne Burrell over for an afternoon of culinary mayhem. Pizza dough flies as Guy makes Prosciutto and Eggplant calzones, while Anne grills up white pizzas with mushrooms and pancetta. Sautéed Utica Greens with sliced meats and tangy vinegar makes a side as bold as their hairdos!

Season 16

– Getting Saucy with Sandwiches

Guy and Jonathan Waxman may have different cooking styles, but they both love great Mexican food. Join them as they recreate some of their favorite flavors, sharing their own cooking tips and techniques along the way. Recipes include Tortas Ahogadas, Braised Pork Sandwiches in a Spicy Tomato Sauce; a Roasted Beet Salad With Chickpeas and Red Onion; and the Pink Sombrero,

Season 15

Food Done Right


Signature Twists

Guy Fieri hits up some joints that are known for having a signature twist: a dog-friendly neighborhood joint in Indianapolis, IN, where their signature “Barking Lard BLT” is made with homemade bacon; a historic 1890s joint in New Orleans, LA, where they’re still reinventing classics like green bean casserole and jambalaya; and in Winters, CA,

Season 2

The Next Food Network Star 2, Premiere (2)

Rachael Ray, Food Network diva and star of 30 Minute Meals, Rachael Ray’s Tasty Travels, Inside Dish with Rachael Ray and $40 a Day, teaches the contestants about show pacing, swap-outs, and never stopping tape. Contestants then take turns preparing a portion of a dish with the cameras rolling.

Season 2

Million Dollar Bromance

An unemployed father of four teams with a marine biologist from San Diego to win big money for a better life.

Season 11

Quirky Classics

Guy Fieri checks out three joints offering one-of-a-kind meals: a joint in Spokane, WA, where they’re slathering burgers with a delicious remoulade called “Goo”; unique Southern/Jewish fusion at a restaurant in Philadelphia, PA; and a local favorite in Mandeville, LA, puts a Cajun twist on Oysters Rockefeller.

Season 2

Marshmallow Madness

In game one, the chefs get inventive by incorporating marshmallows into their hearty lunch in Red Light Special.  Next, the chefs get worked up in a fiesta frenzy as they try and make taco night out of Guy’s Grocery List featuring items like pork rinds and frozen peaches.  Finally, with two chefs remaining, they shop

Season 5

Schwein and Dandy

Guy says “yes” to Jaeger schnitzel: breaded, fried pork with bacon mushroom gravy. The Germans knew what they were doing! Garlicky spaetzle and roasted carrots and onion round out the meal, all you need is a good pils and some lederhosen.

Season 4

Wrapped Up

Some foods are just more fun to eat when they’re wrapped up. Forget what Mama used to tell you — get in the kitchen and play with your food! Chicken Lettuce Cups, Cilantro Wrapped Prawns with Spicy Pickled Pineapple and Chinese Cheesecake.