The Chew: Mario Batali Cooking Class & Carla Hall Kitchen Intervention


The Chew February 26 2013

Recapo update: These recipes are online now.

The Chew February 26 2013 is going to school us all with some cooking lessons made easy. If you think you don’t know your way around the kitchen, this episode could be a game changer for you, with the help of Michael Symon and The Chew crew.


The Chew: Mario Batali Cooking Class & Carla Hall Kitchen Intervention

The Chew February 26 2013 will showcase a Carla Hall Kitchen Intervention and a cooking class led by Chef Mario Batali, featuring real viewers. (Helga Esteb /

Everyone likes to trash talk home economics (or maybe it is called human environmental sciences now?), but where else are you encouraged to eat in class? I think I had to do this in 6th grade, but I didn’t appreciate it until much later. If you never got the chance to take home ec, or you want to brush up on your skills, The Chew is for you.

The Chew: Cooking Class

Get ready to put your chops to the test this week on The Chew, as the team pairs up with members of the audience to take a master cooking class from Mario Batali. I wonder: if you’re already nervous about your culinary abilities, wouldn’t it make you even more nervous to be forced to cook on television?


If you had the chance to be on The Chew, which of the co-hosts would you want to work with in preparing a meal? I think I would choose Carla Hall, because I bet she could help me make an amazing cookie recipe.

Tell me who you would want to work with in the comments section below.

The Chew: Carla Hall Kitchen Intervention

Later in the show, Carla Hall will be surprising a viewer at home. Could you imagine being ambushed by TV cameras in your house? Carla is going to pop in on a viewer and be inspired to make a meal using only the contents of the house’s pantry.

That leads me to another question. If someone came over to your house unannounced and wanted to cook, what ingredients would they have to work with from the supplies that are already in your kitchen?


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