The Chew: Rachael Ray And Carla Hall Secret Family Recipes

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The Chew May 8 2013

Update From Recapo: Here are today’s segments:

The Chew: Carla Hall’s Blackberry Roly Poly Recipe With Blackberry Jam

The Chew: Rachael Ray’s Secret Caesar Spaghetti Recipe With Anchovies

Everyone has a secret family recipe. Whether it be a meatloaf, a type of cookies, or a buffalo chicken dip, these help keep your dish looking the best at all those community dinner events. Though the functional word in those is “secret” Rachel Ray and Carla Hall are coming on the show May 8 2013 to totally contradict the title and share with the world recipes that have been passed down through their families and kept secret from the world—until now, that is.

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The Chew: Rachel Ray Secret Family Recipe

The Chew: Rachael Ray And Carla Hall Secret Family Recipes

Rachael Ray and Carla Hall will be showing us how to make some of their families’ secret recipes on May 8. (s_bukley / Shutterstock.com)

Being the host of three Food Network television shows: 30 Minute Meals, Rachael Ray’s Tasty Travels, and $40 A Day, it is safe to say that Rachael Ray woman brings with her some clout to the kitchen. With credentials like that, I’m sure all of you will be paying close attention to everything she has to say. With ancestry of both Sicilian and Cajun descent (according to her Wikipedia page) and a show all about meals that can be cooked in 30 minutes or less, it might be fair to guess that we will be seeing a Sicilian or Cajun (maybe a mix of both?) dish that can be cooked and ready in half an hour or less.

The Chew: Carla Hall Prepares A Passed Down Dish

Carla Hall is bringing with her a dish that has been passed down through the generations in her family. Getting her big break on Top Chef‘s fifth season, Carla doesn’t have quite the resume that Rachael does, but she does have some interesting philosophies that she brings with her from her hometown of Nashville. She believes in putting one’s love into the dishes they make, and that if you cook while disgruntled, it will show in the final product. Perhaps Carla’s recipe will be incorporating a lot of that? We’ll just have to wait and see what happens tomorrow!

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