The Charles and Marks families face off in three rounds of cooking, preparing Swedish meatballs, spatchcocked chicken, fish soup and more.
The Karim and Dawes families wow the judges with a spinach and lamb curry, braised pork belly and other mouthwatering foods.
The Hilliards and Pigotts serve up a mix of successes and failures, from a delectable dry-spiced venison loin to an overseasoned vegetable chili.
It's an ambitious battle of Indian and Italian flavors -- with a few surprises thrown in -- when the Gangotras take on the Massaccesis.
Deceptively simple Syrian dips and stews from the Ayoubi family stand in stark contrast to the Herberts' fondness for more experimental fare.
The judges weigh the merits of the Kings' favorite family meals against the Codougans' Caribbean-inspired delicacies -- including curried goat.
The Bellamores' hearty helpings go up against the Bellamys' Persian heritage, with dueling dishes like salt-baked sea bass and crusted crown of lamb.
The Boyes and Rignall families put their best dishes forward, from banana and passion fruit soufflés to a cardamom and rose syrup cheesecake.
Three families return to the Kent countryside to test their skills in the semifinals -- but only one will cook well enough to move on to the final.
Three more families go head-to-head in a second round of semifinals, stretching their skills in improvisation and sticking to a recipe.
The last round of semifinals brings the remaining three families to the barn, where they're pressured to cook up winning dishes on the spot.
With everything on the line, the Top 3 families face the final challenge: preparing a multicourse feast for eight in under five hours.
Four families hungry to win take on a ￡10 brunch challenge with surprise ingredients before serving up a fresh pasta bake.
One family member steps forward to bake a salted caramel chocolate tart. Then it's a team effort to make a two-course meal with oats and beetroot.
After cooking a ￡10 meal using frozen ingredients, four new families put a fresh spin on a British classic: fish and chips.
An individual challenge to make lemon meringue pie tests the contestants' pastry skills. Later on, they cook a two-course meal with lamb and almonds.
The four families who survived earlier heats go head to head on a pick 'n' mix challenge with celeriac before making an indulgent treat-night meal.
Four new families hit the kitchen for a ￡10 comfort-food challenge before moving on to make breakfast with a tasty twist.
One member from each family steps forward to make a savory chicken Kiev. Then the clans reunite to cook goat cheese and passion fruit.
The judges welcome four new families and ask them to make a one-pot wonder for just 10 quid, then serve up their take on traditional fish cakes.
One lucky cook from each family must bake a shepherd's pie before joining their clan to make a multicourse meal with smoked haddock and chocolate.
The four best families from earlier rounds face off in a duck-themed pick 'n' mix, then pull out all the stops to craft a glorious treat-night feast.
After a series of fiery heats, just four of the 16 families remain. To advance, they must re-create a fish stew and make the most of a whole salmon.
The three surviving families move forward to finals week where a series of cooking challenges set by Tommy and Angellica await.
Two families fight to secure the last spot in the finals with a French trimmed "roast in a rush" and a colorful cake for a children's birthday bash.
The final two families face off in a high-stakes showdown, creating a three-course extravaganza with big flavors that are worthy of a win.