The Chew: Rustic Pear Tart + Chocolate Creme Brulee Tart

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The Chew December 14 2015 Recap

The co-hosts of The Chew got together to share some quick tricks for impressing your guests over the holidays, including two dessert recipes that use the same pie dough recipe. Carla Hall’s Rustic Pear Tart and Michael Symon’s Chocolate Creme Brulee Tart were both hits for the dessert table and, truly, easy enough to make both of them if you really wanted to!

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The Chew: Grilled Provolone With Marinated Lemon Salad

The Chew: Rustic Pear Tart + Chocolate Creme Brulee Tart

Carla Hall shared a recipe for a Rustic Pear Tart that looks almost as good as it tastes! (melindarae / Flickr)

Mario Batali shared a fantastic appetizer recipe for Grilled Provolone with Marinated Lemon Salad, showing that thinking outside of the box can really pay off!

–> The Chew: Grilled Provolone With Marinated Lemon Salad

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The Chew: Rustic Pear Tart Recipe

Carla Hall’s Rustic Pear Tart doesn’t have to look perfect, but it sure does taste perfect!

–> The Chew: Rustic Pear Tart Recipe

The Chew: Chocolate Creme Brulee Tart Recipe

Michael Symon took the intimidation factor out of making Creme Brulee with his delicious chocolate tart version of the decadent dessert.

–> The Chew: Chocolate Creme Brulee Tart Recipe

The Chew: Chutney Cheese Ball Recipe

Clinton Kelly was then joined by Chris Fowler, and shared a recipe for his absolute favorite Chutney Cheese Ball.

–> The Chew: Chutney Cheese Ball Recipe

The Chew: Rum-Lime Daiquiri Recipe

Clinton Kelly also shared a recipe for Rum-Lime Daiquiris, which he enjoyed with special guest Chris Fowler.

–> The Chew: Rum-Lime Daiquiri Recipe

The Chew: Jeweled Citrus Bark Recipe

Before the end of the show, Carla Hall shared a recipe for an easy and beautiful Jeweled Citrus Bark, perfect for stuffing stockings or laying out for your guests to munch on.

–> The Chew: Jeweled Citrus Bark Recipe

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