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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.

Season 1

Ultimate Recipe Showdown: Cakes

Food Network searched for the Ultimate Cake recipe. After a nationwide recipe contest, nine finalists competed in three rounds: Chocolate Cake, Cupcakes and Birthday Cakes. A panel of food experts determined whose cake was the best. See who walks away the winner of $25,000!


– Brunch Time

Eight kid chefs are put to the test in a battle of the brunches. Celebrity guest Marion Ross, a.k.a. Mrs. Cunningham from TV’s Happy Days, judges the Cook-Off, as the competition heats up.

Season 8

Triple D Goes Tailgatin’

Guy Fieri rolls out to Oakland, CA, for a Raiders home game and tailgates with three local chefs: including classic chicken and waffles; gnarly steak sandwiches with spicy jalapeno pesto; messy double chili cheeseburgers; and delicious smoked pork chops with applesauce.

Season 17

– Black and Blue Burger

Guy Fieri is celebrating the bounty of the Sonoma County with Chef Justin Wangler ( Their twist on the classic burgers, fries and shake leads to a menu of Black and Blue Burgers stuffed with blue cheese, served with Red Wine Fries and Grandma’s Tomato Salad. Bananas Foster Milkshake combines drink and dessert in one.

Season 2

Ultimate Recipe Showdown: Hot and Spicy

Four home cooks compete to see who has the greatest hot & spicy recipe in the country. The winning cook takes home $25,000 and gets their recipe put on the menu at TGI Friday’s nationwide.

Season 3

Ultimate Recipe Showdown: Cakes & Desserts

Four amateur bakers face-off in two classic categories: cakes and desserts. In the cake round, the contestants have two hours to bake up their best cake recipe. In the dessert round, the contestants have another two hours to wow the judges with a creative and delicious dessert. Highest scoring recipe at the end of the

Season 15

Goin’ the Extra Mile

Season 5

Not What You’d Expect

Guy Fieri uncovers some outrageous food in some unlikely places: discovering a diner that’s puttin’ gingerbread into their unique pancakes, in Austin, TX; homemade Szechuan sauce at a great joint in Chicago, IL; and a place that’s cookin’ up duck enchiladas in Albuquerque, NM.

Season 9


Guy Fieri goes coast to coast for some off-the-hook pork: Guy samples some pork dishes at an awesome BBQ joint in Nolensville, TN, where the pit master’s been perfecting his amazing pulled pork since he was a kid; a local restaurant in Bellevue, KY, where they’re making Andouille sausage and other favorites completely from scratch;

Season 15

East Coast Comfort

Season 11

From Mozz to Matzo Balls

Guy Fieri hits up some longtime favorites: a 1920s candy and ice cream joint in Williston Park, NY, that’s dishing up classic mozzarella sticks and rigatoni; a lamb burger with an African twist at a historic downtown café in Sonoma, CA; and traditional Jewish grub at a 2nd-generation deli in Denver, CO.

Season 3

Like Mama Made

Guy Fieri grabs some traditional cooking with real recipes straight from mama: a local landmark where they’re serving up real deal soul food in St. Louis, MO; authentic Mexican food with fresh, local ingredients at a gas station in Phoenix, AZ; and a truck stop with some real country cookin’ in Olive Hill, KY.

Season 10

Upper Crust

Guy Fieri finds some rockin’ sandwich joints: a gnarly Philly cheesestreak at a hoagie joint in Hollywood, FL; an awesome pork-belly Reuben at a café in Portland, OR; and an off-the-hook Thanksgiving-dinner sandwich at a diner in Chicago, IL.

Season 2


Four home cooks compete to see who has the greatest burger recipe in the country. The winning cook takes home $25,000 and gets their recipe put on the menu at TGI Friday’s nationwide.

Season 1

Million Dollar Twins: Becky and Jessie O’Donohue take turns as they team up for their shot at the million.

Season 4

Doin’ Their Own Thing

Guy Fieri goes to three joints that are using their ingenuity to create some truly one-of-a-kind dishes: a retro joint in Salt Lake City, UT, that’s makin’ some gnarly shark tacos and other unique Mexican dishes; a diner in Chicago, IL, that’s doing fresh seafood 16 different ways and makin’ their own Szechuan sauce for

Season 8

Cookin’ an’ a Campin’

You know this Guy can cook…but he also loves to camp. So for Guy’s outdoor adventures, he’s cooking up a menu complete with his Fa-Guy-ta Chili, Spanish Caeser with Chickpea Croutons, and a terrific Tea Total-ler cocktail to keep the campfire comradery crankin’.

Season 2

Caught in the Middle

Ep. 2 Caught in the Middle Four chefs must make an international dish using only ingredients from the middle aisles of the store in Meals from the Middle.  Next, the chefs have to make their best seafood dish with 5 Ingredients or Less. Which chef will be able to make the most out of only


– Plenty of Fish in the Sea

Rachael and Guy invite Chef Robert Irvine into the kitchen to coach and mentor the kids in the Mini Challenge. After working as a team to unscramble a jumbled recipe, each kid chef will execute their dish while Robert coaches them on. Then, in the Main Challenge, the kids take on the oceanic delights in

Season 5

Middle East Feast

Guy learned how to make falafel from one of the best in the industry, and today he’s sharing the secrets with you! Gather your friends – the country’s best falafel is now available at your place!

Season 7

Barbequed, Baked, and Brined

Guy Fieri hits up some local joints who are cookin’ from scratch: a family joint in Boise, ID, that’s dishin’ out amazing brick oven pizza, roasted chicken, and remarkable salads; a café turned restaurant in Cleveland, OH, where bread is made from scratch, corn beef is house-brined, and veggies come from a garden in the