‘The Chew’ makes summer fun and flavorful
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Summer is finally here—cue the confetti—and I am so excited about the time I’m going to be spending with my family over the next week as we celebrate the 4th of July.
I love grilling, and while my crew enjoys tried-and-true dishes, it’s always fun to add a little flavor to spice-up traditional recipes! Speaking of mixing-it-up, I love these all-American recipes from ABC’s The Chew!
Carla’s BBQ chicken looks sweet, tangy and incredible, and I know Mario’s warm potato salad would be a hit with my family. You can also check out this full-length episode of The Chew for some great 4th of July recipes. You can tune in to The Chew, weekdays 1e & 12p/c on ABC.
I always end up hungry after watching The Chew, and it’s true with the above clip, as well. I mean… I’m ready to grill—NOW! How delicious did those dishes look?
Why I adore The Chew
The Chew never fails to teach me something new, or to show me a new and better way prepare a classic! What I really love most about the show is the warmth and friendliness of the cast (not to mention, they always make me laugh), the simple way they present their recipes, and also the quick and clever tips.
I’m always busy with work and the kids, so, I don’t watch a lot of TV, but I always tune in to The Chew because it is so fun, upbeat, and chock-full of fantastic ideas that make my life easier! I really love seeing these smiling faces.
The Chew celebrates and explores life through food—from cooking to food trends, restaurants, holidays and more all aimed at making life better, fuller and more fun. Featuring celebrity chefs Mario Batali, Michael Symon, and Carla Hall, lifestyle expert Clinton Kelly and fresh face of healthy living Daphne Oz, The Chew is a leap forward into a delicious new kind of talk show.
Watch The Chew Weekdays at 1e|12p|c on ABC!
What will be on your grill over the 4th of July holiday?
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