The Chew: Zero Dark Thirsty & Lincoln Sidecar Oscar Cocktails Recipes

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The Chew February 19 2013

Recapo update: These segments are online now.

The Chew is all new on February 19 2013, and the countdown to Oscar is on! This year’s Academy Awards are just around the corner, and that means it is time to start thinking about your party menus for the weekend ahead. But let’s get real: parties are all about the Oscar cocktails, and you will get some great movie-themed ideas from this episode.

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The Chew: Mario Batali Veal Oscar Recipe

The Chew: Zero Dark Thirsty & Lincoln Sidecar Oscar Cocktails Recipes

The Chew February 19 2013 will be getting ready for Oscar with the best Oscar cocktails inspired by popular nominated films, as well as entrees & desserts.

Don’t miss the main course, Mario Batali’s Veal Oscar recipe. This is a decadent way to go, but it is sure to impress your guests no matter what. Learn how you can recreate it at home with all the ingredients.

The Chew: Oscar Party Dessert

Need an idea for an award-worthy dessert? Check out Daphne Oz and Carla Hall making a Blood Orange and Pomegranate Parfait with graham cracker pie crust, when you tune in for the special Oscar edition of The Chew, airing February 19 2013. That still gives you plenty of time to practice and prepare these dishes before Sunday night’s big award telecast.

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The Chew: James Bond Oscar Cocktails

This year, Oscar is celebrating the 50th anniversary of the legendary James Bond franchise, and that means there are plenty of martinis to be had. Clinton Kelly knows a thing or two about great parties, and he will be stepping behind the bar on The Chew February 19 2013.

You won’t want to miss these unforgettable cocktails, such as the Zero Dark Thirsty, Lincoln Sidecar, and Silver Linings Paloma. Who doesn’t love puns? These drink names will only be relevant for a few more days, so try them while they are still cool.

If you don’t get to see the show, check back here to find all the recipes to make these yourself at home, or take them with you to a party for Oscar weekend.

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