The Chew March 29 2013 Recap
On March 29 2013, The Chew figured out the best way to use a microwave. They asked the question, “How many Americans cook?” The hosts discussed the best supplies to have in your pantry. Michael Symon pulled out a pastistio meal in five minutes. Then, Mario Batali and Carla Hall made squash soup and white bean soup. This episode was all about easy meals with the ingredients you have on hand.
The Chew: Best Uses For Your Microwaves & How Many Americans Can Cook?
The Chew wanted to know if it’s healthy to use a microwave. They gave the best uses and got back to food basics. They discussed why one in five Americans don’t cook. Also, what are some of the weirdest things people buy for their kitchens? One of them was a necklace that holds your wine glass for you. Weird or worth it?
The Chew: Must Have Pantry Supplies & Michael Symon’s Pastistio Recipe
After we looked at the silliest kitchen supplies, these are the ones you need in your pantry. They will make your culinary life so much easier. Carla Hall suggested canned pasta sauces and noodles, while Mario Batali likes to have tomato paste, meat and eggs on hand. Also, Michael Symon cooked pastistio with lamb meat and penne pasta in five minutes! It wasn’t easy, but Daphne Oz lent a hand.
The Chew: Carla Hall and Mario Batali’s Squash Soup & White Bean Soup
Also in this episode, Carla Hall and Mario Batali made a white bean soup and acorn squash soup. Carla Hall usually makes the desserts around here, but she does make a mean soup!