A viewer celebration; cooking with the troops; an inspiring military family.
Quick appetizers for a party; viewers face off with their favorite party dishes; TV host Tyra Banks.
A potluck with viewer all-stars; struggling teens receive a second chance at finding success.
Faster, better and cheaper recipes and tips; comic Craig Ferguson; actress Sanaa Lathan.
First lady Michelle Obama; planning a perfect dinner party for foodies; TV host Chrissy Teigen.
Dynamic dishes for the family; TV host Chris Harrison; actor Morris Chestnut.
Dishes prepared by viewers; a food tour of Key West, Fla.
Improving culinary skills; a healthy cooking lesson at a school in Maine; actress Alison Sweeney.
Weekend recipes; actress Kaley Cuoco-Sweeting
Actor Billy Gardell; people who have inspired the co-hosts.
Actress Jamie Lee Curtis; tantalizing meals.
Actress Mariska Hargitay; 30-second microwave meals.
Hip-hop duo Salt N' Pepa; recipes that take 20 minutes or less.
Singer Brett Eldredge; The Little Fleet food trucks in Michigan; cordon bleu sliders; author Dave Zinczenko.
A baby shower for Daphne Oz; meteorologist Ginger Zee; author Lisa Oz.
Chef Bobby Flay; actor Kevin Bacon; breakfast recipes for any time of day.
TV host Devyn Simone helps prepare quick and simple recipes for cocktails and appetizers.
Author Kelis; Carissa's Bread in Amagansett, N.Y.; pickle-bread sandwiches.
Model Camila Alves; chef Amanda Freitag; kitchen shortcuts that save time.
A recipe for easy-to-make chocolate rye cookies; Baja-style fish tacos; grilled vegetable quinoa salad.
Chef Emeril Lagasse; crab and corn fritters with fresh corn mayo; author Ruth Reichl; seared halibut with citrus beurre blanc.
Chef Eddie Jackson makes spicy rum marinated grilled chicken wings; entertaining on a budget.
Author Nancy Fuller; Michael shares his recipes for fried chicken and egg on a biscuit with gravy.
Author Chelsea Clinton; actress Kelly Rowland; caprese salad with burrata and radicchio.
Norwegian roasted salmon and ranch-potato galette; a trip to The Land at Epcot and a meal made from vegetables grown there; Mickey Mouse and Goofy.
TV host Alfonso Ribeiro; angel hair with Brussels sprouts, bacon and walnuts; shrimp fra diavolo over linguine.
Morimoto Asia at Disney Springs; actress Bellamy Young (``Scandal'').
Disney's Magic Kingdom; a performance from ``Festival of the Lion King.''
Party snacks and cocktails; Rockin' Burger Block Party; Epcot International Food & Wine Festival.
A quick recipe for mozzarella in carrozza; TV host Michael Strahan.
Actress Molly Ringwald (``Jem and the Holograms''); homemade Halloween treats
An easy skillet supper in minutes; recipes inspired by autumn.
Actress Sarah Michelle Gellar; simple, budget-friendly family recipes.
Singer-songwriter Robin Thicke; actor Bradley Cooper (``Burnt''); chef Marc Murphy.
Ghost shakes and pumpkin cocktails; Hungarian goulash; capon with 60 cloves of garlic and pumpkin mash.
Actor Ed Westwick (``Wicked City''); cinnamon-sugar candy apples; spooky squid pasta.
Author Whoopi Goldberg; creating a homemade trick-or-treat bag.
The Maniac Pumpkin Carvers in Brooklyn, N.Y.; simple and affordable last-minute Halloween costume ideas.
A Halloween celebration includes the co-hosts revealing their costumes; actress Kelly Rowland (``Empire'').
``Good Morning America'' host Robin Roberts; frozen treat made with Halloween candy; Tandem Ciders; roasted squash with cheese sauce.
Actor Richard Kind; timesavers for cooking Thanksgiving turkey.
Actress Niecy Nash; new ideas for Thanksgiving classics.
Actress Allison Janney; preparing Thanksgiving dinner.
Musician Harry Connick Jr.; chef Alisa Reynolds.
Valerie Bertinelli helps prepare acorn squash with bitter baby greens; lucky members of the audience vote on classic potato-based casseroles made by the hosts
Actress and cookbook co-author Bridget Moynahan; Katie's Krops founder Katie Stagliano; Feeding America.
Dog Tag Bakery in Washington, D.C., which helps veterans and caregivers; an array of dazzling holiday desserts.
Kelly Osbourne helps make a memorable turkey dressing; a savory stuffing showdown between two viewers.
Actress Vivica A. Fox (``Carter High''); several ways to cook a Thanksgiving turkey.
Actor Matt McGorry; sweet pumpkin ice cream pie; pork medallions with cranberries.
Guest co-host Alison Sweeney; actor Anthony Mackie; eliminating Thanksgiving dinner stress.
Author Cocoa Brown; recipes for a large Thanksgiving gathering.
Actor Dennis Quaid; actor Jeffrey Dean Morgan; 60-second appetizer recipe.
TV personality Mark Cuban; spatchcock turkey with braised fennel and sausage; actress Kate Walsh; setting the perfect Thanksgiving table; sweet potato pie with white chocolate mousse.
A Thanksgiving meal without the stress; carving a turkey; cocktails inspired by apples.
Actress Alison Sweeney (``Murder She Baked: A Plum Pudding Murder Mystery''); a recipe for a quick appetizer; Blue Sky Bakery.
Author Drew Barrymore (``Wildflower''); Rescuing Leftover Cuisine founder Robert Lee; bagel-bread pudding.
Author Nigella Lawson (``Simply Nigella: Feel Good Food''); holiday tips that save time.
Actress Kristin Chenoweth; the GlassRoots program.
Singer LeAnn Rimes; the co-hosts display their holiday sweater creations.
Guest co-host Jesse Palmer; holiday crafting.
Cookbook author Ina Garten; recipes for holiday cookies.
George Lopez ("Lopez") teams with Michael Symon to make a sumptuous Eggplant Rollatini. Clinton Kelly makes Herby Turkey Meatloaf with R&B star Monica, who talks about her new album, "Code Red." And a visit to Seattle's Fare Start, a unique program that provides culinary training to disenfranchised teens and adults.
Terry Crews ("Brooklyn Nine Nine") bring his hilarity to "The Chew's" kitchen. Pati Jinich talks about her newest cookbook, "Mexican Today." And a visit to Cerasee Farm in Miami, Florida, that is changing neighborhoods and transforming lives.
Anna Chlumsky ("Veep") cooks up some fun with Mario Batali. Clinton Kelly gets crafty with Leah Ashley (ABC's "Fab Life").
Get your hashtags ready, because all show long we have #delicious and #trendy eats! David Duchovny unveils about his latest novel, a tragi-comedy about baseball pro Bucky Dent.
On Earth Day, Susan Sarandon ("Meddler") teams up with Mario Batali and dishes about her new movie.
Alfonso Ribeiro (ABC's "America's Funniest Home Videos") makes tasty Lemon Carrot Summer Rolls; Clinton Kelly welcomes back the Joneses from York, Pennsylvania, and joins the parents and kids to make Jones Family Jambalaya. And "The Chew" cameras travel to to Hawthorne, New Jersey, to meet the moms and kids behind No Fuss Lunch, a healthy school meal program that delights parents and kids alike.
"Chew" contributor Kenji Lopez-Alt kicks springtime up a notch with a supper dish to dazzle, and Michael Symon cooks a foolproof "5-in-5" entree using five ingredients in five minutes.
Bellamy Young (ABC's "Scandal") dishes with Clinton Kelly and prepares a mouth-watering meal to set the internet ablaze. Carla Hall goes behind the scenes at Buzzfeed's kitchen in NYC, and Michael Symon takes a recipe with an enormous online following and puts a "Chew" twist on it.
Jesse Tyler Ferguson (ABC's "Modern Family") gives Mario Batali the scoop on his new Broadway role in "Fully Committed." Carla Hall kicks off the countdown to the 1,000th show by revealing her top three moments from the past five seasons. A lucky winner from the studio audience gets to craft with Clinton Kelly.
Kate Hudson makes her first appearance on the show, promoting her movie "Mother's Day" and her fitness book, "Pretty Happy." CNN's Anderson Cooper talks about his new documentary, "Nothing Left Unsaid," and his memoir "The Rainbow Comes and Goes," which he co-wrote with his mother. Michael Symon takes "The Chew"'s cameras to his latest hit restaurant, Mabels BBQ, in Cleveland, and reveals his own top three memories from "The Chew"'s first five years
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. Mario Batali reveals his favorite moments from the past 1,000 episodes.
In honor of National Teacher Day, Michael Symon gives cooking lessons to two teachers, and Mario Batali gives a food-oriented geography lesson. A visit to L.A. Kitchen and Robert Egger, who is working with farmers to help create jobs and fight hunger, serving some of our nation's neediest. Clinton Kelly reveals his favorite moments from the past 1,000 episodes.
Mario Batali and Michael Symon share their insider tips on making restaurant quality meals at home. Clinton Kelly has the scoop on how to throw a successful party and reveals his favorite moments from the past 1,000 episodes. Daphne Oz welcomes blogger Rosanna Pansino, author of "The Nerdy Nummies Cookbook."
Five years in the making, our 1,000th show is here at last! Packed with an audience of the co-hosts' friends and family, a Tasting Table filled with some of the world's most amazing chefs, and surprise celebrity guests all hour. The co-hosts reveal the Top 3 most-downloaded "Chew" recipes, and artist Rock Demarco paints an amazing portrait of our co-hosts throughout the hour.
It's the perfect Mother's Day feast when Michael Symon and Mario Batali serve up a meal inspired by their own moms' favorite foods, and Clinton Kelly makes a tempting pie as a nod to his grandmother. Daphne Oz and her girlfriend Leah have a mom's night out at an organic baby food cooking class in New York City.
Mario Batali teaches actress Michelle Monaghan ("The Path") how to make Spicy Broccoli Rabe & Provolone Sandwiches. Clinton helps viewer Cerina, who lost a "Chew" competition in the past, create winning Salmon Satay Skewers with Ginger Honey Sauce. The show travels to Garden Pools in Arizona to see a backyard ecosystem, and, inspired by their produce, Michael Symon makes Fine Herb Scramble with Roasted Tomatoes.
Get ready to choose your own culinary adventure with Mario Batali, Carla Hall and the help of some audience members. Fix My Failure Week continues, as Michael helps a viewer and Clinton is joined by the hilarious Loretta Devine ("The Carmichael Show").
Mario is heating things up with Antonio Sabato, Jr., who is the newest celebrity Chippendale. Michael goes on an ingredient sprint in a cooking challenge, and Fix My Failure Week continues with Daphne making a healthy dish that everyone will love.
Get ready to yell, "Hootie-hoo!" because it is Carla Hall's birthday celebration. To mark the occasion, the gang whips up a delicious dessert, and Tony Award-nominee Danielle Brooks, from the Broadway show "The Color Purple," joins Carla in the kitchen.
"The Chew" ends the week right with an hour long of fun! The show will try a new challenge, "Guess the Chef," where the hosts will taste a dish and have to guess which chef made it (and they are coming out to cook with them!). Clinton is kicking off your Friday Happy Hour right with a few apps and drinks. And as Fix My Failure Week comes to a close, Michael is getting a shot at redemption as he leads the gang in a craft corner (to prove that he too can craft!).
Jason George (ABC's "Grey's Anatomy") and Clinton Kelly prepare a spectacular dish; Michael Symon makes a spring supper; Mario Batali uses a surprise secret ingredient in a simple, special, spectacular meal; some lucky audience members earn bucks for bites.
Martha Plimpton (ABC's "The Real O'Neals") joins Clinton Kelly to whip up a feast in a flash; Staten Island's Harvest Café is featured and their staff gets surprised by Mario Batali and Carla Hall; Michael Symon creates a versatile recipe.
Michael Symon fixes a snapshot worthy meal with Wendi McLendon-Covey (ABC's "The Goldbergs"); Daphne Oz cooks a beautiful dish; Carla Hall presents a picture perfect plate; Clinton Kelly hits the streets to quiz people on their food knowledge.
Bobby Flay ("The Next Food Network Star") and Michael Symon make a tasty masterpiece; Mario Batali concocts an epicurean delight; Clinton Kelly and the founders of Hella Bitters craft some cocktails and bitter bites; Carla Hall makes a springtime sweet.
Chris Harrison (ABC's "The Bachelorette") unites with Carla Hall and Clinton Kelly for a breakfast C&C Food Factory; Mario Batali and Jennifer Nettles (Album: "Playing With Fire") team up to make a breakfast staple; Daphne Oz shares an unforgettable breakfast tip.
Country star Martina McBride talks about her new album, "Restless," and makes her mom's grilled peach cobbler with Clinton Kelly. Michael Symon kicks off Grillin' Week with the winningest woman in BBQ, pitmaster Melissa Cookston, author of "Smokin' Hot in the South." Together they make her Deep South Burger with Pimiento Cheese and Fried Green Tomatoes.
All hour long, the co-hosts fulfill their food-related bucket list wishes. Mario Batali rolls the dice and creates a dish you've only dreamt of. Michael Symon grills a delectable delight with Elizabeth Karmel, world-class barbecue authority, chef and author. And Carla Hall takes to a trapeze with the greatest of ease.
Starting with something simple from the market, Carla Hall cooks up a yummy entrée with Anika Noni Rose ("Roots"). Clinton Kelly and Daphne Oz host a grilling showdown between viewers judged by Fleet Week VIPs.
Grillin' Week continues with Michael Symon's thrifty meal to serve a family for under $3 a serving; Mario Batali shares his recipe for a bargain bite with big flavor; Carla Hall has a dessert that is light on the wallet; and Clinton Kelly demonstrates décor tips on a dime.
Just in time for Memorial Day weekend, "The Chew"'s cameras visits Chatsworth, California, to meet the founder of Operation Gratitude, which has sent over a million care packages to service men and women around the world. Michael Symon transforms fresh farmer's market ingredients into the perfect weekend dish, and Carla Hall has a tempting summer sweet.
David Muir, anchor of ABC's "World News Tonight with David Muir," joins Mario Batali in the kitchen, and the Radio City Rockettes ("New York Spectacular) bring their signature style and showmanship to kick off an unforgettable C&C Picnic Factory segment with Carla Hall and Clinton Kelly. Plus, "Chew" guest correspondent Aussie chef/author Dan Churchill travels to Branch, Louisiana, for an amazing crawfish boil at the source of deliciousness.
The co-hosts taste some of viewers' most craved treats, including Texas Tostadas and Strawberry Plum Crostata in a #YouontheChew segment; Mario Batali makes mouth-watering Fried Chicken Parm Sandwiches with Pickled Cherry Peppers; Carla Hall and guest chef/author Pati Jinich team up to share their tips for perfect Chiles Rellenos.
Mario Batali reveals the secret to Grilled Spring Rachicchio Salad; Michael Symon makes a Smoky Eggplant Dip, Lemon Verbena Tea and Sesame Long Beans. "Gangsta Gardner" Ron Finley of Los Angeles shows how to turn a little piece of urban desert into a blossoming food forest. Daphne Oz joins Kenji Lopez-Alt to make a Simple Grilled Potato Salad with Grilled Lemon Vinaigarette.
Carla Hall puts mega flavor into her Chai Bundt Cake; just in time for this weekend's Indy 500, ESPN's Stephen A. Smith ("First Take") shows Mario Batali how to make his signature Meaty Cheesy Lasagna; and Michael Symon makes the dish viewers voted to see him make—Fried Chicken Sandwich with Brussel Sprouts Slaw.
Ana Ortiz and Roslyn Sanchez (ABC's "Devious Maids") join Clinton Kelly in the kitchen to make Grilled Swordfish with Fresh Herbs, and Carla Hall makes a delectable dessert, Frozen Buttermilk Cream. Michael Symon and Mario Batali team up to make Grilled Lamb Sausage with Hummus and Tabbouleh and a terrific starter of Grilled Calamari Salad with Chickpeas and Salami.
Freddie Prinze, Jr., talks about his new cookbook, "Back to the Kitchen."The show travels to Bridgehampton, New York's Hayground School, where the students have an advanced culinary curriculum – they plan, grow, create and serve lunch to each other every day. Clinton Kelly demonstrates how to make a mouth-watering cocktail for your summertime soiree.
Everyone into the pool! Scott Wolf ("The Night Shift") makes a splashy supper with Mario Batali. Carla Hall and Skai Jackson (Disney Channel's "Bunk'd") dive into summer with a delicious treat.
Patricia Heaton (ABC's "The Middle") talks about her new cooking show, "Patricia Heaton Parties," with Michael Symon. Clinton Kelly and Mario Batali each offer their take on the ultimate addition to your own backyard brunch.
Paula Patton ("Warcraft") joins Clinton Kelly in the kitchen to make a meal fit for an A-Lister. Mike Epps (ABC's "Uncle Buck") teams up with Mario Batali to create a "VIP Plate." "The Chew" goes behind the scenes at Carla Hall's new restaurant in Brooklyn, Carla's Southern Fried Kitchen.
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. David Schwimmer and Jim Sturgis ("Feed The Beast") join Mario Batali to make a zesty Skirt Steak with Chipotle Mexican Corn. Daphne Oz makes a tasty Cherry Crostata.
Camila Alves tells all about her new TV series, "Kids BBQ Championship" and creates a bargain bite with the help of Clinton Kelly. Carla Hall makes a yummy recipe with Bobby Brown who talks about his new memoir, "Every Little Step: My Story." Michael Symon unveils the perfect sides to any barbecue.
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.
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! Pati Jinich ("Pati's Mexican Table") shares her secrets to a delectable outdoor recipe with Daphne Oz.
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. Clinton Kelly shares a cocktail that is perfect for dad's big day and Mario Batali leads the co-hosts in a can't-miss meal for the occasion.