The Chew February 18: President’s Day Dishes & Oscar Inspired Crafts


The Chew February 18 2013 Preview

Recapo update: Here are the segments from this show.

Happy President’s Day! Each year on the third Monday of February, Americans honor President George Washington’s birthday with a day off from work and school. It’s a time we use to reflect on what makes America great and the many milestones we’ve achieved. Also, if you’re a fan of The Chew, it’s the perfect day to try new recipes and make delicious meals!


The Chew February 18 will feature dishes inspired by American Presidents and much more fun. Enjoy your day off with The Chew crew and their festive holiday celebration.

The Chew: President’s Day Inspired Dishes

The Chew February 18: President's Day Dishes & Oscar Inspired Crafts

The Chew February 18 will feature patriotic dishes inspired by U.S. Commanders-in-Chief in honor of President’s Day.

Spend your day off in the kitchen whipping up some Presidential meals. Over the years, the United States has had 44 Commanders-in-Chief, and their tastes in food have been as different as their Presidencies. President John F. Kennedy loved New England classics such as clam chowder and beans, while President Ronald Reagan had a major sweet tooth and a soft spot for licorice jelly beans. Current President Barack Obama loves chili and fresh veggies from the White House Garden.


On The Chew February 18, the hosts will be creating dishes inspired by some of our many Presidents. Tune in and find out if your favorite President gets honored with his very own Chew recipe.

The Chew: Clinton’s Craft Corner

Then, it’s the return of Clinton’s Craft Corner! With the Academy Awards less than a week away, it’s time for some crafts inspired by our favorite movies of the year. Impress your Oscar party guests with these great craft ideas straight from the mind of Clinton Kelly.

Don’t forget to check back with Recapo for all the information you need on The Chew February 18.


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