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Alex Guarnaschelli hosts as chefs square off in a competitive pop-up kitchen outside a grocery store. To make their challenge dishes, the chefs must size up shoppers as they exit the store and negotiate for their grocery bags. Supermarket Stakeout is a series that is currently running and has 3 seasons (41 episodes). The series first aired on August 13, 2019.

Where do I stream Supermarket Stakeout online? Supermarket Stakeout is available for streaming on Food Network, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Supermarket Stakeout on demand at Philo, Amazon, Hulu, Vudu, Food Network, FuboTV, Microsoft Movies & TV, Google Play, Apple TV online.

Tuesday 10:00 PM et/pt on Food Network
3 Seasons, 41 Episodes
August 13, 2019
Food
6.4/10
Cast: Alex Guarnaschelli
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Supermarket Stakeout Full Episode Guide

  • One chef runs out of cash.

  • Host Alex Guarnaschelli knows everybody loves pasta, but one chef dares to ask ... are noodles really necessary? Then, the competitors take on fast food, and it's all about crispy, salty goodness. In the final challenge, hot and cold desserts are on the menu as the chefs work to take home sweet victory.

  • Things heat up as host Alex Guarnaschelli challenges four chefs to make the spiciest dishes in parking lot history. Then, it's time to bust out the fancy paper plates and napkins for a picnic feast. Finally, the coolest chef on the block will whip up an ice cream truck treat for $10,000.

  • It's the stuff parking lot myths are made of when host Alex Guarnaschelli challenges four chefs to go Greek. Then, it's time to see who will bring the sweet and who will see defeat in a fruity dessert challenge. But it all comes down to one final -- and open -- face-off.

  • Host Alex Guarnaschelli challenges four chefs to transport the judges from the hot asphalt to a tropical paradise. Then, the chefs' fate is in their own hands to create a handheld dish without losing grasp of the theme. Finally, the last two standing whip up sweet treats, but a lack of cash may cause one of the chefs to crumble.

  • Alex Guarnaschelli hosts as one chef takes a big risk by creating a meat-lovers platter without any meat. Then, it's an Asian-inspired, compartmentalized challenge when the chefs make their best versions of a bento box, and the final two chefs make their best nutty dishes in a sweet versus savory battle royale.

  • The stakes are sky-high as host Alex Guarnaschelli challenges the chefs to find a cart with enough in it to create a stacked dish. Then, the competitors channel their inner Julia Child to cook up some fine French food.

  • Alex Guarnaschelli takes on one of her toughest tasks yet when she must create a dish from the sea without seafood. In the final stakeout, she has the delicate task of skewering salmon.

  • Alex Guarnaschelli has to use her noodle to figure out how to make a delicious noodle dish using frozen food. She also faces complications when it comes to creating a layered dessert with only five ingredients.

  • Alex Guarnaschelli tackles one of Supermarket Stakeout's toughest carts ever, building a bodega-style, to-go breakfast using little more than frozen turkey and cheese puffs. She also creates the ultimate guilty pleasure using only five ingredients.

  • Alex Guarnaschelli creates her own version of the competitors' tailgate in her backyard, and it's a sweet finish when she gets an unusual set of five ingredients to create a fruit dessert.

  • Alex Guarnaschelli gets sandwiched between pork and baby food with a tough cart in the first challenge. Then she must find a way to make an indulgent dessert using low-calorie ice cream and margarine.

  • Alex Guarnaschelli creates her own backyard take on nachos made without chips or cheese. When the contestants take on sweet-and-salty carts with less than five ingredients each, Alex accepts the challenge to orchestrate a showstopping dish of her own.

  • Alex Guarnaschelli creates sweet breakfast sushi using an infamous salty canned ham ingredient. Then she brings the heat when she makes a spicy chicken dish with only five ingredients.

  • Its pizza night as Alex Guarnaschelli takes on the most-challenging Stakeout cart and creates a pizza without dough, sauce or cheese. She also realizes how tough it is to create a stuffed dish with only five ingredients.

  • Alex Guarnaschelli takes on Stakeout's toughest carts and fishes for answers to how to create a surf-and-turf dish without the surf. Then it's anything but breezy as she tries to make a summer dessert with only five ingredients.

  • Alex Guarnaschelli cooks for a Stakeout-style backyard cookout using the most-challenging carts from the episode. It's a frustrating fiesta when Alex tries to create a taco party without tortillas, and the clock ticks down as she fights to make a midnight snack with less than five ingredients.

  • Alex Guarnaschelli faces the ultimate challenge as she makes an ultimate burger with frozen dinners from the Stakeout round's toughest cart. Then she imagines the fair as she attempts to create a carnival treat using only five ingredients.

  • It's Alex Guarnaschelli's turn to take on Stakeout's toughest carts, and first up is Chinese takeout using the toughest and most-limiting cart from the episode. Alex pulls out all the stops to score with a date night dish using only five ingredients.

  • The tables are turned as Alex Guarnaschelli takes on Stakeout's toughest carts in her own backyard; she attempts to make a breakfast sandwich without a crucial ingredient, eggs.

  • It's burger night in the parking lot of Bristol Farms in Calabasas, Calif., as host Alex Guarnaschelli challenges four chefs try to craft the perfect burger ... with or without the meat and bun. Then it's time to serve up some Southern charm before the final two chefs make their best midnight snack.

  • Host Alex Guarnaschelli meets the four competing chefs in Glendale, Calif., where they hand out cash to shoppers to get ingredients for their best barbecue dish. Then the chefs are seeing triple as they cook up a tasty triple-decker, and in the final round, two chefs find that cinnamon and sugar aren't as sweet as they think.

  • Host Alex Guarnaschelli takes over the parking lot at Bristol Farms in Calabasas, CA. It's a real "steakout" as the four competing chefs are on the hunt for meat and potatoes before embarking on a trip around the globe ... er, parking lot. Just when everyone's stomachs are full, the final two chefs have to stuff it!

  • Host Alex Guarnaschelli sets up a desert stakeout at Bashas' in Gilbert, Ariz. The competing chefs make it Mediterranean before mashing up classics, parking lot-style. The finale is sweet, saucy and focused on just five ingredients.

  • Alex Guarnaschelli hosts a bash at Bashas' in Gilbert, Ariz., where four competitors are desperately seeking shoppers with seafood for a successful first-round dish. Then they cook up something cheat-worthy before the last chefs standing have to stick it to each other before one declares victory.

  • Chefs are forced to noodle on the definition of noodles as they meet Alex Guarnaschelli to stakeout Fry's Marketplace in Phoenix, Ariz. One chef struggles with their ballpark bite and nearly strikes out, and it's all about the layers in a final dessert stakeout judged by Bobby Flay and Brooke Williamson.

  • It's a great day for grocery shoppers at Ralph's in Glendale, Calif., as four chefs pay big for those bags. First there's a parking lot burrito battle, and then it's a stakeout that'll make Grandma proud. It all comes down to the last chefs standing.

  • Lady Luck pounds the pavement at Smith's in Las Vegas, Nev., as the chefs stakeout shoppers for a true parking lot tailgate. Love is in the air for a candlelit dinner, stakeout-style, before the final two chefs lead with fruit for dessert.

  • It's a Sin City stakeout as four chefs up the ante at Smith's in Las Vegas, Nevada. One chef must turn savory into sweet for their breakfast dish. Then it's a picnic in a parking lot before the chefs are asked to bring the heat to hit the jackpot.

  • Four chefs roll the dice on something sandwiched at Smith's in Las Vegas, Nevada. The parking lot goes overseas to Italy before going all in on an indulgent dessert and one chef's shopper hits the jackpot when they get more than they bargained for.

  • Chefs in Las Vegas gamble with shoppers' carts to make the best nacho platter.

  • Chefs stakeout customers' carts in Phoenix and make breakfast-to-go.