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The Chew combines the quintessential television talk show format with cooking information for a recipe that is geared toward professional and amateur chefs alike. This show features recipes and cooking tips as well as discussions with famous chefs or other guests. Other daily life and food related topics such as holiday meals, gardening and exercise are also discussed.

The Chew is presented by five well-known hosts. Segments and guests are introduced by Clinton Kelly. Kelly is joined by popular television chefs Mario Batali and Michael Symon. The main cast is completed by Chef Carla Hall and wellness specialist Daphne Oz. In addition to the main hosts several food enthusiasts act as field correspondents for the show. The field correspondents include Mark Summers, Evette Rios, Jason Roberts and Danny Boome.

Each episode of the show is divided into sections that correspond to one or more of the hosts. These segments include

Daily 1:00 PM et/pt on ABC
6 Seasons, 1252 Episodes
September 26, 2011
Food, Reality, Talk & Interview
5.5/10
Cast: Carla Hall, Mario Batali, Clinton Kelly, Michael Symon
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The Chew Full Episode Guide

  • Chef Daniel Boulud.

  • Actor Cheech Marin.

  • Cauliflower Curry Samosas; Chicken Yakitori.

  • Actress Chrissy Metz and Carla Hall make jicama skewers and mini black bean tostadas; fried chicken steamed buns; all-star chef showdown.

  • Spiced pineapple pecan cake with actress Danielle Brooks; Brooklyn's Butter & Scotch; Billy Eichner and Mario Batali make a chocolate walnut torte.

  • Keanu Reeves and Mario Batali make meatballs with Swiss chard; Carla Hall's new Brooklyn, N.Y., restaurant; actress Nia Vardalos makes moussaka.

  • Cuban sandwich; actress Michelle Monaghan and Mario Batali make broccoil rabe and provolone sandwiches; grilled grouper with mango salsa.

  • Actor Romany Malco and Mario Batali make huevos rancheros; Grindstone on Long Island; spanakopita quiche and burgers.

  • Gravy and bacon biscuits; cheeseburger omelet; spiced chai tea oatmeal and waffle pies with herbed eggs; Italian egg boat.

  • Carla Hall visits the kitchen of the U.S. Navy's USS Kearsarge; Long Island clam dish.

  • DJ Khaled; cedar plank jerk chicken; sweet and sour eggplant kebabs; Mario leads a behind-the-scenes tour of his Las Vegas restaurants; banana ice cream with grilled pineapple.

  • Friend inside-out cake balls; fried chicken stromboli with pepper gravy; chef Katie Lee; West Virginia-style hot dogs.

  • Actor Frank Grillo; Mexican street corn salad; roasted pickled pepper hero; viewers compete for a chance to cook with Carla.

  • Classic pub-style burgers.

  • Mozzarella sticks with tomato basil salad; chef Erin French; pork burgers with grilled peaches, bacon and blue cheese; Sullivan Street Bakery in New York.

  • How to create a great backyard barbecue.

  • Spice-rubbed smoked chicken; spicy honey dijon coleslaw; Havarti and horseradish stovetop mac and cheese; peach cobbler with raspberry coulis.

  • Grilled soy chicken thighs with honeydew relish; red velvet cannoli cake; grilled lamb chops and plums with mint pesto.

  • TV host Michael Strahan; T-bone with green bean salad; mellow monkey cocktail with pineapple teriyaki meatballs; banana split ice cream cupcake bar.

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  • Larry the Cable Guy; Esther Choi.

  • Actress Scarlett Johansson.

  • Laverne Cox; Grill N' Chill.

  • Squash and goat cheese tartlets with a fizzy ros cocktail; whitefish fry with serrano pepper tartar sauce; stuffed baked tomatoes.

  • Michael Symon makes a childhood favorite from Cleveland, Casatta Cake; Carla Hall whips up a Cornbread Blueberry Trifle perfect for a hot day; Daphne Oz creates a decadent dessert, Caramel Peanut Butter Popcorn Donut Drops. Clinton Kelly hosts his annual Tip-A-Thon, including his recipe for Pineapple Upside-Down Kebabs, a Pineapple Vase centerpiece and more pro tips for seamless hosting.

  • Derek Hough ("World of Dance") partners with dance enthusiast Carla Hall, who shows him all the right moves to make his favorite dessert, Banana Cream Pie. Mario Batali creates a fresh-from-the-market dish of Grilled Wings with Focaccia Panzanella, and Clinton Kelly faces off with Carla Hall to determine which cheese fries taste best

  • Laura Prepon ("The Hero") unites with Carla Hall for a star-spangled classic to wow party guests.

  • Author and model Elettra Wiedemann discusses her book, "Impatient Foodie," with Clinton Kelly; Michael Symon has a cookout classic in only five minutes; and Carla Hall cuts time in half for a baked goodie.

  • Actor John Lithgow; funnel cake; a game of ring toss determines the ingredients for a dish.

  • Actress Ali Wentworth; cooking with items from a home garden.

  • Actress Loretta Devine; singer Trisha Yearwood with un-fried chicken.

  • Mario races the clock in a challenge to cook a delicious appetizer; Michael visits youth organization DREAM Charter School and re-creates a ballpark favorite in their honor; Clinton Kelly solves all cookout conundrums.

  • The fabulous Neve Campbell ("House of Cards") joins Mario Batali in the kitchen to grill up a super...

  • Actor Hank Azaria ("Brockmire"); Carla Hall shares her secret recipe for a shortcut dessert just like Mom used to make.

  • Actor Kyle Chandler; Mario reveals his secrets to an easy salami selection; Carla creates a dessert on the grill.

  • Tituss Burgess; Mystery Monday adventure.

  • Amy Brenneman; Kareem Abdul-Jabbar.

  • Aziz Ansari; Wendi McLendon-Covey.

  • Ben Falcone; themed party tips.

  • Bellamy Young; Ben Feldman.

  • Cobie Smulders; Carla Hall's Mystery Monday adventure.

  • Mom advice from Daphne Oz; Carla Hall's birthday.

  • James Pickens, Jr.; Cynthia Nixon.

  • Actor Kevin Bacon; actress Darby Stanchfield.

  • Wanda Sykes; Baba's Pierogis.

  • Diane Lane; Mystery Monday; Salmon Burgers.

  • Actress Kaley Cuoco; two Chew superfans compete for a chance to dine with the co-hosts on their winning dish.

  • Author Gabourey Sidibe; San Francisco's culinary landmarks.

  • Author Beth Behrs; chef Cesar Gutierrez.

  • Chef and author Fabio Viviani.

  • Allison Janney; Mystery Mondays.

  • Carla Hall catches up with Kelly Rowland about her new book, "Whoa, Baby!"; Mario Batali creates a dish inspired by viewers at home.

  • Actor Dule Hill.

  • Author Jessica Seinfeld; actress Gina Torres (The Catch (2017)).

  • Lisa Kudrow; sheet pan Lemon Chicken.

  • Katherine Heigl; two global faves in one dish.

  • Chef Anthony Bourdain ("Jeremiah Tower: The Last Magnificent"); comedian J.B. Smoove cooks up a delicious treat with Clinton Kelly.

  • Actor Courtney B. Vance ("The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks"); Michael Symon and Daphne Oz create sinful and healthy versions of the same dish; Carla Hall makes a guilt-free scrumptious sweet.

  • Morris Chestnut; Michael Symon rescues a viewer dish.

  • Repurposing Easter candy; recipes from social media.

  • WWE star Nikki Bella.

  • Actress Octavia Spencer; New York's Pig Bleecker restaurant.

  • Italia Ricci; catering tips.

  • Guest star Sarah Michelle Geller.

  • Jenna Elfman; Sloppy Joes; Arancini Hushpuppies.

  • Actor Ken Jeong.

  • Singer and author Jewel.

  • Actress Rumer Willis.

  • The co-hosts hang with actor Andrew McCarthy ("Just Fly Away") and Grammy-winning singer Nelly Furtado ("The Ride").

  • Chef Daniel Boulud shows how to master a classic dish.

  • Actor Dax Shepard and actress Kristin Bell ("CHiPS").

  • Comedian and talk show host Craig Ferguson.

  • Audra McDonald; Sanaa Lathan.

  • Actress Hannah Simone.

  • Dialed-Up Dishes in a Dash

  • St. Patrick's Day fun; Tamar Braxton.

  • Regina King; cookie dough confections.

  • Sherri Shepherd; Tia Mowry.

  • International dishes; inspired by a vacation to Japan, Clinton Kelly makes Yakitori and a Sake Cocktail.

  • The hosts create a no-stress brunch.

  • Guest Buddy Valastro.

  • Insanely indulgent dishes, including Pepperoni Mozzarella Melt; Pineapple Cooler; Pizza Dough-Wrapped Meatloaf; Filled Cupcakes Three Ways.

  • Actress Famke Janssen ("Blacklist: Redemption"); Chunky Creamy Roasted Tomato Soup, Gluten-Free Gingerbread Cake, Romesco Sauce over Roasted Cauliflower, Coq Au Vin Blanc.

  • Actress Lea Thompson.

  • Actor Michael Vartan ("The Arrangement").

  • Actress Patina Miller.

  • Actress Jennifer Beals ("Before I Fall"); actor Craig Robinson ("Table 19").

  • Tim McGraw; Duff Goldman; The Polka Brothers.

  • Oscar red carpet wrap up; Bill Bellamy.

  • Bradley Whitford ("Get Out"); the show bestows its own awards, "The Chewies"

  • Leighton Meester "Making History"; Billy Gardell ("Sun Records")

  • Justin Bartha ("The Good Fight"); Michael Symon and Clinton Kelly try a new kind of surfing workout and visit Tim Wo Han for dim sum in NYC

  • Chef Marcus Samuelsson

  • Mario Batali makes Carbonara with actor Adam Scott.

  • Chrissy Metz ("This Is Us") makes her "Chew" debut.

  • Lori Loughlin ("Fuller House").

  • Luke Wilson (the film "Rock Dog") makes his "Chew" debut.

  • The show celebrates Valentine's Day with a Tasting Table that is filled with couples, and a visit to Mario's new restaurant, Sirena, in NYC.

  • Actress Cheryl Hines.

  • Kristi Yamaguchi; From the Vault.

  • Joanna Garcia Swisher; Jen Widerstrom.

  • The Bachelor's Nick Viall; chef Ayesha Curry; Mario Batali highlights "From the Vault."

  • Henry Winkler; Chew Tank.

  • Keanu Reeves; Carla Hall highlights "From the Vault."

  • NFL stars; a "Wing-Off."

  • LeAnn Rimes; the perfect game-day dish.

  • Rooster Soup Company; wine basics and pairings.

  • Anika Noni Rose; White Gold Butchers.

  • Jessica Capshaw; the most downloaded casserole recipe.

  • Laurie Hernandez; Mel B.

  • Kenan Thompson; Gail Simmons.

  • A variety of sandwiches and wraps.

  • A visit to Trejo's Tacos in Los Angeles, run by actor Danny Trejo; taco recipes in The Chew kitchen, including dessert.

  • Guest co-host Ginger Zee.

  • Singer and actress Idina Menzel.

  • Actor-comedian Louie Anderson ("Baskets").

  • Actor Neil Patrick Harris (A Series of Unfortunate Events (2017)); actress Yvette Nicole Brown (The Odd Couple (2015)).

  • Actress Kadee Strickland ("Shut Eye").

  • Lisa Edelstein ("Girlfriends Guide to Divorce").

  • Michelle Monaghan ("The Path").

  • Kirstie Alley; author/restaurateur Nancy Silverton.

  • Actor Justin Hartley (This Is Us (2016)); actor Josh Holloway (Colony (2016)).

  • The Chew crew answers viewers' burning questions.

  • Actress Rita Moreno.

  • Guest Dr. Oz.

  • Guests Vivica A. Fox & Dave Zinczenko.

  • Under 5 Degrees Ice Experience.

  • Actor Matthew McConaughey ("SING"); Santa Claus; co-hosts exchange Secret Santa gifts.

  • Gift and food ideas for last-minute holiday planners.

  • Barefoot Contessa Ina Garten.

  • The Radio City Rockettes ("The Christmas Spectacular").

  • Sports commentator Jesse Palmer.

  • Derek Hough and Julianne Hough ("Disney Parks Magical Christmas Celebration").

  • Guest co-host Josh Capon; Emmanuelle Chriqui.

  • Olivia Munn; Megan Hilty.

  • Actress Katie Holmes.

  • Jodie Sweetin; Sandra Lee.

  • The co-hosts delve into a world of holiday food and fun as they explore topics ranging from cooking to entertaining.

  • ESPN broadcaster Chris Fowler (College Football Playoffs).

  • Actor Benjamin Bratt.

  • Audience giveaways.

  • Actress Lauren Graham (Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life (2016)); actor Jeffrey Dean Morgan (The Walking Dead (2010)).

  • An hour full of merry meal makeovers!

  • Bill Bellamy; Nancy Fuller.

  • Actress Bellamy Young (Scandal (2012)).

  • Holiday planning.

  • Talk show host Wendy Williams.

  • Actor Sterling K. Brown ("This Is Us").

  • We have tips for making a stress-free Thanksgiving Day meal.

  • Ziggy Marley; Christina Hendricks.

  • Comedian and actor Billy Eichner.

  • Stage actor Andrew Rannells.

  • Actress Ali Wentworth.

  • Actor Taye Diggs.

  • Merrin Dungey; Alex Guarnaschelli.

  • Trisha Yearwood.

  • Actress Nicole Ari Parker.

  • TV personality Anthony Bourdain.

  • Romany Malco; Mo'Nique; J.B. Smoove; Gabrielle Union.

  • Actress Molly Ringwald ("Terms of Endearment").

  • Talk show host Harry Connick, Jr.

  • TV personality and celebrity cook Rachael Ray.

  • Former WWE wrestler Stephanie McMahon (WWE's 30th annual "Survivor Series"); our Feeding America Giveaway; a visit to Philabundance Community Kitchen in Philadelphia.

  • Halloween celebration; country artist Kellie Pickler.

  • Actor Colin Hanks ("Life in Pieces"); author Candace Nelson ("The Sprinkles Baking Book").

  • Barefoot Contessa Ina Garten.

  • Actor Boris Kodjoe ("Code Black"); a visit to Disney Springs' Ganachery.

  • Actress Mary Steenburgen; The Chew cookbook.

  • Guest Padma Lakshmi

  • Jennifer Grey and author Serena Wolf.

  • Actress and comedian Wanda Sykes.

  • Actress Victoria Justice ("The Rocky Horror Picture Show"); HGTV hosts Chip and Joanna Gaines ("The Magnolia Story").

  • Actress Roselyn Sanchez ("Death of a Vegas Showgirl"); highlight reel from the co-hosts' adventures at Epcot International Food and Wine Festival.

  • Actress Hilary Duff.

  • Country artist Trisha Yearwood.

  • Scott Foley; Chef Rick Bayless.

  • Singer and actress Monica ("Code Red").

  • Carla Hall visits chef Art Smith's new restaurant.

  • Unusual foods are highlighted. Also, a nighttime safari at Disney's Animal Kingdom with Daphne Oz.

  • Sara Rue.

  • America Ferrera (Superstore (2015)).

  • Broadway actress Jessie Mueller. Also: highlights from Carla Hall's Broadway appearance in the musical, "Waitress".

  • Guest co-host Patti LaBelle ("Patti€™s Good Life").

  • Anthony Anderson (Black-ish (2014)).

  • Margo Martindale.

  • "America's Funniest Home Videos" host Alfonso Ribeiro.

  • Kristin Chenoweth.

  • Sutton Foster (Younger (2015)); and author Alton Brown (book, "The Everyday Cook").

  • Michelle Williams.

  • Charlie Weber; Grand Banks Oysters in NYC.

  • Actor David Alan Grier ("The Carmichael Show").

  • Chef John Currence.

  • Actor Clark Gregg ("Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.LD.").

  • George Stephanopoulos; Michael Strahan; Robin Roberts.

  • Co-hosts share party tips and appetizers.

  • Singer Fantasia ("The Definition Of").

  • Guest co-host Gloria Estefan.

  • Actor Alan Cumming ("You Gotta Get Bigger Dreams"); host Chris Harrison (ABC's "Who Wants To Be A Millionaire").

  • Adam Brody (StartUp (2016)).

  • Florida Georgia Line.

  • Regina Hall.

  • Justin Bartha.

  • The hosts share stories from their summers.

  • Freddie Prinze, Jr.

  • Bradley Cooper learns to make Mario's signature dish.

  • Alfonso Ribeiro (America's Funniest Home Videos (1989)) joins the cast. Recipes include: summer stuffed shells with corn and zucchini; lemon carrot summer rolls; Jones family jambalaya.

  • Katie Holmes and Mario Batali prepare roast chicken.

  • Hot entertaining and decor tips with Lauren Conrad.

  • Sally Field (Hello, My Name Is Doris (2015)) joins the cast. Recipes include: grilled zucchini with fresh tomato sauce; pea pesto and potatoes; pot roast shortcut.

  • Peaches and Cream No-Bake Cheesecake.

  • One-sheet Balsamic Salmon and Kale.

  • Hilary Duff teams with Michael to make a Chicken Hero.

  • Key West's best eats.

  • Actor David Duchovny discusses his new novel.

  • Arsenio Hall and Kelsea Ballerini join Clinton Kelly to make Slow Cooker Asian BBQ Chicken Sammies; Carla Hall repurposes leftovers into delicious Chicken and Mashed Potato Samosas; the co-hosts taste delicious chicken dishes suggested by viewers.

  • Comedian Bobby Moynihan.

  • Michael Symon throws down with a BBQ bonanza.

  • Chef Eric Ripert and his delectable Chocolate Mousse.

  • Actress Blake Lively creates a summertime dish.

  • Baseball great Cal Ripken, Jr.

  • Actress Brooke Shields.

  • Chef Pati Jinich's twist on a summer favorite.

  • Mario Batali makes Carne Asada Tacos.

  • Just in time for Father's Day, everyone's favorite TV dad, Ed O'Neill (ABC's "Modern Family"), talks about his highly anticipated new film, "Finding Dory," with Michael Symon.

  • Jessie T. Usher ("Independence Day: Resurgence") teams with Clinton Kelly for a fireside feast. Michael Symon and Mario Batali celebrate Sausage Fest 2016 and share how to prepare your favorites!

  • Nia Long (ABC's "Uncle Buck") and Michael Symon create a dish that will rock your world with flavor. Daphne Oz and Mario Batali switch up a hi-lo challenge, with Mario making the healthier version of the same delicious meal.

  • Camila Alves tells all about her new TV series, "Kids BBQ Championship" and creates a bargain bite with the help of Clinton Kelly.

  • Original Spice Girl Mel B adds zip to the kitchen, dishing with Clinton Kelly about her new season of "America's Got Talent" while he creates Grilled Chicken with Green Goddess Salad.

  • Actress Paula Patton; actor Mike Epps.

  • Patricia Heaton (Patricia Heaton Parties (2015) and The Middle (2009)); Clinton and Mario prepare dishes for a backyard brunch.

  • Scott Wolf (The Night Shift (2014)) cooks dinner with Mario; Skai Jackson (Bunk'd (2015) and Jessie (2011)) prepares a treat with Carla.

  • Actor Freddie Prinze, Jr.

  • Grilled Swordfish with Fresh Herbs; Calamari Salad.

  • Carla Hall puts mega flavor into her Chai Bundt Cake.

  • Recipes include: grilled Spring radicchio salad; smoky eggplant dip; lemon verbena tea; sesame long beans; grilled potato salad with grilled lemon vinaigrette. "Gangsta Gardner" Ron Finley; chef Kenji Lopez-Alt.

  • The co-hosts taste viewers' most craved treats.

  • ABC anchor David Muir joins Mario in the kitchen.

  • The Chew visits Operation Gratitude.

  • Michael Symon's thrifty meal for under $3 a serving.

  • Carla Hall cooks up an entr©e with Anika Noni Rose.

  • The co-hosts' food-related bucket list wishes.

  • Country star Martina McBride makes peach cobbler.

  • Daphne Oz shares an unforgettable breakfast tip.

  • Mario Batali concocts an epicurean delight.

  • Carla Hall presents a picture perfect plate.

  • Martha Plimpton (The Real O'Neals (2016)); Mario and Carla visit Staten Island's "Harvest Café"; versatile recipe.

  • Michael Symon makes a spring supper.

  • The co-hosts are challenged to taste a dish and guess which chef created it; Friday Holiday Hour.

  • Tony Award-nominee Danielle Brooks assists the cast as they make dessert recipes for Carla Halls birthday celebration.

  • Michael's ingredient sprint for a cooking challenge.

  • Culinary adventures with the help of audience members.

  • Clinton helps a viewer create Salmon Satay Skewers.

  • A meal inspired by the co-host's moms' favorite foods.

  • The 1,000th episode is celebrated. Included: chef tasting table; celebrity guests.

  • Mario and Michael give tips for making restaurant-quality meals at home; Rosanna Pansino.

  • In honor of National Teacher Day, Michael Symon gives cooking lessons to two teachers, and Mario Batali gives a food-oriented geography lesson.

  • Clinton Kelly makes Cucumber and Almond Soup and Frozen Paloma Palooza with Mercedes Mason ("Fear the Walking Dead"). Daphne Oz spotlights edible centerpieces perfect for table and garden, and Mario Batali has a speedy and succulent Pork Saltimbucca.

  • Kate Hudson (Mother's Day (2016)); journalist/author Anderson Cooper (book, "The Rainbow Comes and Goes"); Michael's restaurant, "Mabel's BBQ".

  • Actor Jesse Tyler Ferguson on his new Broadway role.

  • Actress Bellamy Young prepares a mouth-watering meal.

  • Alfonso Ribeiro fixes tasty Lemon Carrot Summer Rolls; Clinton Kelly welcomes back the Joneses from York, Pennsylvania, and joins the family to mix up some Jones Family Jambalaya. And "The Chew" cameras visit Hawthorne, New Jersey, to meet the mothers and children behind No Fuss Lunch, a healthy school lunch program that pleases parents and kids too.

  • On Earth Day, Susan Sarandon teams up with Mario Batali and dishes about her new movie.

  • #delicious and #trendy eats!

  • Actress Anna Chlumsky cooks up fun with Mario Batali.

  • Actor Terry Crews brings his hilarity to the kitchen.

  • George Lopez ("Lopez") joins Michael Symon to fix a sumptuous Eggplant Rollatini. Clinton Kelly prepares Herby Turkey Meatloaf with R&B celebrity Monica, who discusses her new album, "Code Red." And a trip to Seattle's Fare Start, a unique program that gives culinary lessons to disenfranchised teenagers and adults.

  • Daphne Oz with money-saving hacks for parents.

  • Vanessa Bayer (Carrie Pilby (2016) and Trainwreck (2015)); granola pancakes with caramelized banana syrup; author Lee Schrager.

  • Carla Hall has a hearty vegetarian spaghetti recipe.

  • Clinton Kelly transforms leftovers into yummy Ham & Pea Potato Croquettes and a clever Mashed Potato Dip; The co-hosts raid the fridge to make Hoppin' John Rolls and South Polish Kielbasa & Waffles; Michael Symon has a speedy Whiskey Smash cocktail.

  • Recipes include: sesame cheese puff bite-sized burgers; grilled hanger steak with pickled chili salad.

  • Daphne Oz lightens up a classic drive-thru dish.

  • Author Lauren Conrad shares tips for entertaining; edible art; visiting The Birthday Project.

  • Kelly Rowland makes party snacks with Michael Symon.

  • The co-hosts unveil their new cookbook; Ahmir-Khalib Thompson (Questlove) makes a favorite dish; time-saving tips for moms.

  • Clinton Kelly shares a delicious new twist on burgers.

  • Easter cooking and entertaining tips.

  • Peter Krause (The Catch (2016)). Also: a fried dessert recipe; Carla prepares a dish from surprise ingredients, chosen by the audience.

  • Ginger Zee and Val Chmerkovskiy prepare breakfast recipes; Kenji Lopez-Alt.

  • Clinton Kelly's twist on a popular internet recipe.

  • Sally Field (Hello, My Name Is Doris (2015)) prepares pea pesto and potatoes. Also: pot roast shortcut; the Good Food Truck in Vermont; rhubarb, strawberries and cream.

  • A spring feast using bounty from the farmers' market.

  • Michael Symon puts his spin on a traditional pub food.

  • Clinton Kelly teaches the basics of entertaining.

  • Michael Symon creates a dish from mystery ingredients.

  • Tasty and simple solutions to cooking calamities.

  • The co-hosts answer viewer questions.

  • Regional dishes that make America great!

  • Carla teaches Baking 101.

  • Carla Hall makes biscuit waffles with sausage gravy.

  • A quick and delicious rigatoni recipe.

  • Actress Laura Prepon cooks with Clinton Kelly.

  • A look at the Eatiquette school lunch program.

  • The co-hosts unveil their personal favorite culinary creations, and Chrissy Tiegen (ABC's "Fab Life") talks about her new cookbook, "Cravings: Recipes for What You Want to Eat."

  • Dishes of cultural distinction.

  • Angela Bassett (London Has Fallen (2016)); Mario Batali visits "Brigadeiro Bakery" in New York City.

  • Actress Jodie Sweetin ("Fuller House") cooks with Clinton Kelly; Mario Batali's "Shine on a Dime" challenge forces him to turn humble ingredients into a five-star feast; the co-hosts offer fabulous Oscar party tips.

  • Jake Lacy (Girls (2012) and How to Be Single (2016)) makes a dish with Mario Batali; viewers choose Daphne Oz's challenge; Clinton Kelly offers dinner party tips; and Michael Symon serves a crowd-pleasing dish.

  • Clinton Kelly is issued a Leftover Craft Challenge, a task to make old supplies look new; Mario Batali reinvents viewer leftovers.

  • Gloria Estefan amps up breakfast with Mario Batali; Daphne Oz offers a tip to make mornings easier for moms; and Michael Symon faces an ingredient that terrifies him.

  • Actor Anthony Anderson cooks with Michael Symon.

  • Michael Symon honors his favorite movie of the year.

  • Derek Hough ("The Wonderful World of Disney: Disneyland 60th Anniversary TV Special (2016)") cooks with Carla; TV host Craig Ferguson (Celebrity Name Game (2014)); Michael makes a Mexican meal.

  • Daphne Oz's 30th birthday celebration.

  • The audience plays "The Calorie Hustle."

  • Tasty treats and mystery ingredients.

  • Michael Symon creates a romantic Valentine's meal.

  • Clinton concocts a dish inspired by Instagram.

  • Clinton and Michael share life-changing information.

  • Delicious Fat Tuesday-inspired treats.

  • Mario cooks with Chinese food expert Danielle Chang; a visit to New York's Lower East Side Girls Club.

  • NFL stars Nick Mangold, Marcus Spears and Brandon Jacobs judge the 5th Annual Chili Cook-off. Also: a football-inspired dessert recipe.

  • "Wing Wars" episode, featuring Super Bowl-inspired recipes.

  • Comedian Lewis Black (Madoff (2016)). Also: a high-calorie and low-calorie version of the same recipe.

  • Clinton Kelly's latest project; an Italian masterpiece by Kermit the Frog (The Muppets. (2015)).

  • Supermodel Christie Brinkley; salads and biscuits.

  • Author Jamie Oliver; dishes that cost $10 or less to make.

  • Author Mary Giuliani ("The Cocktail Party: Eat, Drink, Play, Recover"); new twists on weeknight meal ideas.

  • Retta ("Girlfriend's Guide to Divorce"); soups you can make in a slow cooker.

  • Writer Kenji Lopez-Alt. Also: a recipe for potato chip pork chops and escarole with corn and beans.

  • Actor Marlon Wayans ("50 Shades of Black'); Mario Batali shares his tips for making the perfect pasta.

  • Toni Braxton (Toni Braxton: Unbreak my Heart (2016)) and Romany Malco (Mad Dogs (2015)) join the cast. Also: recipes for slumber parties are shared; visit to "Bright Endeavors" in Chicago.

  • Fitness expert Jillian Michaels.

  • Chef Wolfgang Puck prepares comfort food recipes.

  • Author Russell Simmons; meatless meal ideas. Russell Simmons (Author: "The Happy Vegan: A Guide to Living a Long, Healthy and Successful Life"); meatless meal ideas; Daphne Oz and Carla Hall share an easy-to-make craft.

  • Olivia Munn (Ride Along 2 (2016)) is the guest.

  • Brooke Shields (Flower Shop Mystery: Mum's the Word (2016)) is the guest.

  • Jane Lynch (Angel from Hell (2016)) visits the set. Also: simple and affordable breakfast ideas.

  • Sutton Foster (Younger (2015)) visits the set.

  • Eva Longoria (Telenovela (2015)) joins the cast. Also: fregola in tomato sauce is prepared.

  • Cooking teacher Pati Jinich joins the cast. Recipes includes: chicken fajita salad; pan-roasted chicken thighs with kohlrabi.

  • Dr. Mehmet Oz makes a guest appearance on the show.

  • Valerie Bertinelli (Kids Baking Championship (2015)) joins the cast of The Chew (2011) for some winter-inspired recipes.

  • Co-host Daphne Oz returns from her maternity leave; Chris and Heidi Powell (authors: "Lifelong Weight Loss in 21 Days").

  • Health-themed recipes are shared.

  • Chef J. Kenji Lopez-Alt. Also: holiday wreath-making tips.

  • The Radio City Rockettes perform.

  • Actress Priyanka Chopra (Quantico (2015)).

  • Brandy Norwood (Zoe Ever After (2016)). Also: a recipe for garlic-and-herb-crusted standing rib roast.

  • A recipe for a chutney cheese ball.

  • Holiday food and entertainment.

  • We have got Ideas for you for fast and inexpensive holiday party dishes.

  • Guest - Jennifer Nettles ("Coat of Many Colors")

  • The Chew Host visit the seventh annual Latke Festival in New York City; innovative ideas for edible stocking stuffers; Mario Batali shares his recipe for holiday latkes.

  • Time-saving holiday dishes.

  • Brooke Burke-Charvet (Breaking Bread with Brooke Burke (2015)).

  • Author Ina Garten (book, "Make It Ahead: A Barefoot Contessa Cookbook"). Also: recipes for holiday cookies.

  • Jesse Palmer guest co-hosts; holiday-crafting tips.

  • The hosts show off their holiday sweater creations.

  • Actress Kristin Chenoweth; the GlassRoots program.

  • Author Nigella Lawson ("Simply Nigella: Feel Good Food'"); holiday tips that save time.

  • Author Drew Barrymore; and "Rescuing Leftover Cuisine" founder Robert Lee. Also: a recipe for bagel bread pudding.

  • Alison Sweeney (Murder She Baked: A Plum Pudding Murder Mystery (2015)). Also: a recipe for a quick appetizer; and the Blue Sky Bakery.

  • Mark Cuban; Kate Walsh. Recipes include spatchcock turkey with braised fennel and sausage; and sweet potato pie with white chocolate mousse. Also: tips for setting a perfect Thanksgiving table.

  • Dennis Quaid (The Art of More (2015)); Jeffrey Dean Morgan (The Good Wife (2009)). Also: an appetizer that can be made in a minute.

  • Guest Cocoa Brown from ABC's "American Crime"; recipes that are perfect for a large Thanksgiving Day gathering

  • Anthony Mackie (The Night Before (2015)) and Alison Sweeney (The Biggest Loser (2004)) are the guests. Also: cooking tips for Thanksgiving.

  • Recipe for a sweet pumpkin ice-cream pie.

  • Vivica A. Fox (Carter High (2015)) helps make a terrific dish. Also: a variety of ways to cook a turkey.

  • Kelly Osbourne helps make turkey dressing; and two viewers take part in a stuffing showdown.

  • For Veterans Day, the show visits "Dog Tag Bakery" in Washington, D.C., which offers work experience and education for veterans with disabilities and caregivers. Also: making an array of desserts.

  • Bridget Moynahan shares a recipe inspired by her TV show, Blue Bloods (2010); and the teen founder of "Katie's Krops", Katie Stagliano, discusses her effort to feed the hungry. Also: the Walt Disney Company makes an extraordinary donation to Feeding America.

  • Valerie Bertinelli (Valerie's Home Cooking (2015)) helps make acorn squash and bitter baby greens; and audience members vote on variants of a classic potato-based casserole.

  • Guests - Chef Alisa Reynolds of My Two Cents Restaurant.

  • Allison Janney (Mom (2013)). Also: tips for preparing Thanksgiving dinner.

  • Niecy Nash ("Scream Queens"); new spins on classic Thanksgiving Day recipes.

  • Richard Kind (The Lennon Report (2015), The Paper Store (2016) and Detours (2016)). Also: time-saving tips for cooking the Thanksgiving Day turkey.

  • Robin Roberts (Good Morning America (1975)). Also: turning leftover Halloween candy into a delicious frozen treat; visiting "Tandem Ciders"; and making roasted squash with cheese sauce.

  • Kelly Rowland (Empire (2015)). Also: the hosts have a Halloween party and reveal their costumes.

  • A visit to Maniac Pumpkin Carvers in Brooklyn, New York; and easy, inexpensive last-minute Halloween costumes.

  • Whoopi Goldberg; instruction on how to make a homemade trick or treat bag.

  • Ed Westwick (Wicked City (2015)). Also: cinnamon-sugar candy apples; and spooky squid pasta.

  • Ghost shakes and pumpkin cocktails; Hungarian goulash; and garlic capon with pumpkin mash.

  • Singer-songwriter Robin Thicke; Bradley Cooper (Burnt (2015)).

  • Budget-friendly recipes with Sarah Michelle Geller.

  • A simple skillet supper that takes minutes; and seasonal recipes inspired by fall.

  • Molly Ringwald (Jem and the Holograms (2015)). Also: recipes for homemade Halloween treats.

  • A quick recipe for mozzarella in carrozza. Also: author Michael Strahan (Live with Kelly and Michael (1988) and (book, Wake Up Happy)).

  • Perfect party snacks and cocktails with Christina Milian.

  • Clinton Kelly and Carla Hall visit Disney's Magic Kingdom.

  • Mario Batali visits Iron Chef Morimoto's new restaurant.

  • Mario Batali and Michael Symon square off with their recipes.

  • Carla Hall makes a delicious Norwegian roasted salmon.

  • Author Chelsea Clinton; Kelly Rowland; caprese salad with burrata and radicchio.

  • Author Nancy Fuller (book, "Farm House Rules: Simple, Seasonal Meals for the Whole Family"). Also: Michael shares his recipes for fried chicken; and egg on a biscuit with gravy.

  • Eddie Jackson (Food Network Star (2005)) makes spicy rum-marinated grilled chicken wings. Also: tips for entertaining on a budget.

  • Chef Emeril Lagasse ("Essential Emeril"); and author Ruth Reichl (book, "My Kitchen Year: 136 Recipes That Saved My Life"). Also: crab and corn fritters with fresh corn mayo; and seared halibut with citrus beurre blanc.

  • A easy and delicious to make chocolate rye cookies.

  • Camila Alves; Author Amanda Freitag; time saving kitchen shortcuts.

  • Author Kelis (book, "My Life on a Plate"). Also: Carissa's Bread in Amagansett (Long Island), New York; and a recipe for pickle-bread sandwiches.

  • Devyn Simone (Love at First Swipe (2015)) helps with cocktail and appetizer recipes.

  • Chef Bobby Flay; and Kevin Bacon. Also: breakfast recipes perfect for any time of the day.

  • A baby shower for Daphne Oz. Also: meteorologist Ginger Zee (Good Morning America (1975)) and author Lisa Oz (book, "The Oz Family Kitchen").

  • Country singer Brett Eldredge; author David Zinczenko ("Zero Belly Cookbook"). Also: the Little Fleet food trucks in Michigan; and cordon bleu sliders.

  • Hip-hop duo Sandra 'Pepa' Denton and Cheryl 'Salt' James. Also: recipes that take 20 minutes or less to make.

  • Mariska Hargitay ("Law & Order: SVU"); a meal you can make in the microwave in under 30 seconds.

  • Jamie Lee Curtis (Scream Queens (2015)). Also: must-have meals.

  • Billy Gardell ("Mike and Molly" (2011)). Also: the co-hosts discuss people who have inspired them.

  • Recipes for the weekend. Also: Kaley Cuoco (The Big Bang Theory (2007)).

  • Tips and tricks to help viewers up their culinary skills at home.

  • Dishes prepared by viewers; a food tour of Key West, Florida.

  • Chris Harrison (Who Wants to Be a Millionaire (2002)); Morris Chestnut (Rosewood (2015)). Also: dynamic dishes the entire family will like.

  • First Lady Michelle Obama; and Chrissy Teigen (FabLife (2015)). Also: planning a perfect dinner party for foodies.

  • Craig Ferguson (Craig Ferguson: Just Being Honest (2015)); Sanaa Lathan (The Perfect Guy (2015)). Also: tips and recipes.

  • A potluck with "Viewer All-Stars" from across the country. Also: Dallas' Café Momentum, which gives struggling teens a second chance and a recipe for success.

  • Tyra Banks (FabLife (2015)). Also: quick-fix appetizers; viewers' party-ready dishes.

  • The Season 5 premiere features a viewer celebration that includes cooking with the troops and an inspiring military family.

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The Chew Video Clips & Extras

Bellamy Young and Carla Make Mushroom and Chickpea Noodle Casserole Part 2 Clip (01:16) Bellamy Young and Carla Make Mushroom and Chickpea Noodle Casserole Part 1 Clip (01:22)