The Chew January 31 2014
Recapo update: Here are the recipe from the show.
- The Chew Chili Cook-Off: Michael Symon Pork Shoulder Chili Recipe
- The Chew Chili Cook-Off: Mario Batali Lamb Chili Recipe
- The Chew: Spicy Chorizo, Italian + Kielbasa Pigs in a Blanket Recipes
The Chew is wrapping up the month with a Super Bowl kickoff on the next Extra Value Friday. It’s a day of Chewper Bowl Party recipes that are sure to satisfy and delight your guests for the big game this weekend. You won’t want to miss out on these dishes that are inspired by the festive party atmosphere of the big game.
The Chew Extra Value Friday: Chewper Bowl Party
Throwing a dinner party does not have to mean going broke. The Chew crew will show you how to stretch every dollar and make the most of your money by using smart ingredients and keeping recipes satisfyingly simple. Don’t miss the unique combinations and serving suggestions that you can always count on from The Chew’s Extra Value Friday episodes.
Who do you think will make a better dish when Clinton Kelly and Carla Hall share their best Super Bowl recipes? What do you think is the best thing to put out for your guests at a party like this? Get some cheap and easy recipes from Friday’s show.
Also, Daphne Oz is putting audience members to the test in a Football Food Pyramid game. Who will score a touchdown?
The Chew: Super Bowl Chili Cook-Off
This time around, The Chew crew has some special guest judges doing taste tests on their finished products. When Mario Batali competes with Michael Symon to see who has the better chili recipe, the decision is up to two former Super Bowl winners.
The Pittsburgh Steelers’ Jerome “The Bus” Bettis and the New York Giants’ Victor Cruz will be joined by former Giant and ESPN analyst Jesse Palmer to help determine the winner of Friday’s chili cook-off on the January 31 episode.
Which of the master chefs do you think is going to come home with a victory? We will have to tune in and find out the winner during The Chew’s Extra Value Friday.