The Chew: Crab & Corn Fritters + Panzanella Salad Recipe

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The Chew October 6 2015 Recap

On Tuesday October 6, Emeril Lagasse paid the set of The Chew a visit and brought with him a delicious and fried recipe that was ten times better than your typical crab cakes. If you haven’t yet had crab and corn fritters, check out the recipe and whip some up yourself. You won’t regret it! Plus, going a little healthier for one segment, Mario Batali put together a panzanella salad inspired by culinary legend Marcella Hazan.

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The Chew: Marcella Hazan Panzanella Salad Recipe

The Chew: Crab & Corn Fritters + Panzanella Salad Recipes

Emeril Lagasse stopped by the Chew and shared a delicious recipe for crab and corn fritters. (laurelrusswurm / Flickr)

Mario Batali explained that it was Marcella Hazan who truly inspired him to be the chef that he is today, or at least one of the pieces to his incredible puzzle. One recipe that she made frequently, and made well, was a panzanella salad, so Mario knew he had to recreate it.

–> The Chew: Marcella Hazan Panzanella Salad Recipe

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The Chew: Seared Halibut With Citrus Beurre Blanc & Asparagus

Then, Michael Symon stepped behind the stove with the help of a culinary student to make one of the first dishes he ever made when he was learning to cook. His seared halibut dish is absolutely to die for and most certainly worth making in your own home.

–> The Chew: Seared Halibut With Citrus Beurre Blanc & Asparagus

The Chew: Crab & Corn Fritters + Fresh Corn Mayo Recipe

Just about everyone who knows anyone in the cooking world, knows Emeril Lagasse. The iconic chef stepped into The Chew kitchen to make his crab and corn fritters that are sinfully delicious and worth every calorie.

–> The Chew: Crab & Corn Fritters + Fresh Corn Mayo Recipe

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