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15 Episodes 2016 - 2016
Sun, Oct 2, 2016 60 mins
Halloween-theme challenges. Included: Tiny jack-o'-lanterns are used to collect ingredients for tricked-out treats; blindfolds are worn while shopping for "dinners to die for"; and a frightening trick-or-treater shows up in Flavortown when the chefs cook a mummified dish.
Sun, Oct 9, 2016 60 mins
Grandparents compete. Their first challenge is to make their grandchild's favorite dish using 10 items or less. Then, a culinary slot machine determines the ingredients in a diner classic. Finally, a dinner party dish that blends trendy with old school.
Sun, Oct 16, 2016 60 mins
Guilty pleasures is the theme for this showdown. First, a fast food favorite is made using ingredients priced $5 and above. Next, they are given an unusual shopping cart when hitting the aisles for their sweet and savory dinners. Finally, decadence is the name of the game.
Sun, Oct 23, 2016 60 mins
It's a game of Fried Feud. Challenges include a bizarre grocery list; a skimpy budget for a generous portion of fried chicken; and fine dining made with a mix of ingredients that cost a lot and a little.
Sun, Oct 30, 2016 60 mins
Finalists from Triple G tournaments return for a series a rematches. Included: a Redemption Tournament redo with French chef Stephane vs. maverick chef Chase; a dish determined by refrigerator magnets; and a crazy comfort-food-on-a-budget contest.
Sun, Nov 6, 2016 60 mins
Four Cooking Channel personalities compete in challenges involving shopping with tiny grocery bags, preparing international cuisine, and a making a traditional lasagna with nontraditional ingredients.
Sun, Nov 13, 2016 60 mins
Thanksgiving comes to Flavortown. First, the chefs are tasked with making a regional holiday supper using only seven pounds of ingredients. Next, in a GGG first, there's only 15 minutes to whip up a party plate for unexpected houseguests. Finally, there's little time to shop for an upscale Turkey Day dinner.
Sun, Nov 20, 2016 60 mins
Four of Triple G's most unforgettable chefs return to compete. Challenges include creating a memorable meal in a game of Wild Cards; and shopping for a Sunday family dinner with some back-breaking restrictions.
Mon, Nov 21, 2016 60 mins
Triple G judges compete in a holiday showdown. First, they must make a wintertime favorite with only eight items or less. Then, they shop for a festive dessert on a Scrooge-like budget. Finally, they take the Holiday Food Wheel for a spin to determine which mandatory ingredients will end up in their holiday family favorite.
Sun, Nov 27, 2016 60 mins
Chefs who say cooking saved their lives compete. First, they make lunch with carrot cake ingredients. Then, they bowl and cook a family favorite. Also: An inspirational dinner determines the winner.
Sun, Dec 4, 2016 60 mins
Part 1 of 4. Robert Irvine takes part in a Triple G Impossible tournament, which kicks off with the competing chefs making a lumberjack breakfast. Then, a seafood feast must fit into a child-size cart.
Sun, Dec 11, 2016 60 mins
Part 2 of 4. Robert Irvine is on hand for the Triple G Impossible tournament. Challenges include a steakhouse dinner using only six pounds of food; and a seafood feast made with ingredients from a bag, box or jar.
Mon, Dec 12, 2016 60 mins
It's holiday madness in Flavortown with challenges that include turning a fruitcake into a New Year's dinner; taking on the Food Pyramid to determine the special ingredients for a family classic; and making a seasonal brunch using only one ingredient from each aisle.
Sun, Dec 18, 2016 60 mins
Part 3 of 4. Three chefs compete for the chance to cook against Robert Irvine in this "Triple G Impossible" tournament. Challenges include preparing a stacked breakfast; using protein shake ingredients to make an elegant dinner; and executing a dish determined by refrigerator magnets.
Sun, Dec 25, 2016 60 mins
Conclusion. The final battle of the "Triple G Impossible" tournament kicks off with the challenge of having to use "impossible" items to make a decadent sandwich. Then, the competitors transform frozen and canned ingredients into a hearty family dinner. Finally, the last chef standing attempts to outcook Robert Irvine.