Guy’s Grocery Games Wants Your Ideas for Next Season

by in Shows, January 17th, 2014

Guy Fieri and chefsWhile watching the Season 1 finale of Guy’s Grocery Games this Sunday at 8pm/7c, you know to expect some of the craziest challenges. When Guy sends the contestants out to shop for their ingredients, he pretty much springs anything on them, whether it’s a challenge that requires them to cook only with frozen ingredients or a shopping trip where they must gather everything without using carts.

This season’s challenges have included Can Can, Out of Stock, 5 Items or Less, Grocery List, Budget Battle, Frozen Food Feud, Single-Aisle Showdown, Bag Swap, Closing Time and No Carts Allowed. But for the coming season, Food Network wants to hear your ideas. Fans of Triple G, do you have any crazy shopping challenges that you’ve thought of while watching the show? Your idea might just make it into the new season.

Food Network would love to hear what ideas you’ve had while tuning in to the show. Share your ideas now in the comments below. Come up with a new game for Guy’s Grocery Games and you might just see Guy announcing it the next time you’re watching.

Get a preview of the final episode of Season 1 below:

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Comments (87)

  1. Greg says:

    The game is called "A little help" the chefs get the help of children, maybe the children have to do the shopping. This game is submitted by my 7 year old daughter Molly.

  2. Greg says:

    Opposite ABC – Chefs can not use food with certain letters. Submitted by Luke age 9

  3. renee klauser says:

    I voted for Melissa D.for the next food networkstar, but she is very degrading for people in the grocery games,
    She needs to remember were she started from like them them..

  4. Leighanne says:

    If the contestant gets all 10 items they should get more than $20,000 – maybe $25,000 for all 10.

  5. Kathy W says:

    A game called "It's all in the bag" Where contestants have to cook with items only in a bag. Whether it be in produce, meats, frozen, spices or a staple. Maybe even limit it to 5 items.

  6. twgreen1 says:

    Don't you hate it when you get all your shopping items back to your house just to find out that you have run out of a basic ingredient like salt, pepper, oil, butter, etc.? That is why I'd like to call the game "Back for the Basics". Have the chefs shop for "everything they need". for a meal, but they can't start cooking until all the chefs are done shopping. When they are done shopping, stop the clock, and let them know that their stations have no basic ingredients (except water), then tell the chefs they can get 2 (and only 2) more ingredients (they don't have to be basic ingredients) and then start the clock back up.

  7. David W says:

    I would like to see a episode with the Judges from Chopped competing.

  8. Cassie cheslock says:

    An interesting game would be where contestants can only use items of a certain color from a certain aisle ( other than the protein of course)

  9. Nate Burleson says:

    “Running from the Law”
    Close one isle that has main ingredients of the dish they are supposed cook. Have a security officer walk the isle. They have to get in and get out without being noticed. If they get caught they have to “run from the law” and get back to their station before they get caught.

  10. Kevin says:

    I think the next recipe shall be drinks that can be baked and fruit punch

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