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 (65)

  1. Elizabeth Wilson says:

    My 8 year old daughter, Grace, and I really love your shows, Guy's Grocery Game being a favorite. She had come up with a great idea for your next season's show. She thinks you should have a grandparent's day episode where a grandparent and grandchild should compete together. The child could do the shopping and then help the grandparent cook. She also thinks she should get to compete on the show with her "Goggi." Sharon. Sharon is a great home cook and likes to try all different kinds of recipes. Grace absolutely loves the show and we DVR it so she can rewatch episodes. It is a show we watch together as a family: mom, dad, and Grace. Thanks for making kid friendly television that is fun to watch.

  2. guth88 says:

    1. Fairy Tale Foods: Contestants must prepare foods read about in nursery rhymes and in fairy tales (ie. Peter Peter Pumkin Eater, Little Miss Muffit, Muffin Man etc)

    2. Grill Out Challenge: Contestants must create a meal cooked entirely on a grill

    3. Out of the Hat Challenge: Each contestant draws their own challenge out of a hat and prepares it. Challenges can be anything used before and any new ones. One may have 5 items or less, another may have 1200 calories or less and the last have a backyard bistro challenge.

  3. guth88 says:

    How about a survival Challenge. Contestants prepare a meal likely to be eaten in the aftermath of a natural disaster such as a devastating tornado or hurricane, using foods found in the government's recommended survival kits

  4. Jamie says:

    I want to see chef's limited to $50. That's how much I have for food for a week, I want to see what they can come up with.

  5. april erb says:

    Stock the store in alphabetical order and don't tell them.

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  7. lfondotag says:

    Points of the utmost importance, thank you, dear for the clarification

  8. steven says:

    what if you did a tournament 5 parts, 20 people and they get a chance to win 100,000 dollars

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