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'The Chew' has stockings full of holiday recipes, crafts and cocktails

by jmaloni


Fri, Dec 6th 2013 07:00 am

Mario Lopez, Guy Fieri and Victoria's Secret Angels visit "The Chew" kitchen

The countdown to Christmas is on, and "The Chew" has stockings full of holiday recipes, crafts and cocktails to ensure this year's holiday is merry and bright. Actor and host Mario Lopez, Victoria Secret's Angels Adriana Lima and Candice Swanepoel, and chef Guy Fieri visit "The Chew" next week.

For the week of Dec. 9-13 (1 p.m.; guests subject to change):

Monday, Dec. 9 - "Naughty & Nice" - "The Chew" has made its list and checked it twice to see who is naughty and nice, and today's recipes are all nice approved! Victoria's Secret Angels Adriana Lima and Candice Swanepoel join Mario Batali and Michael Symon in the kitchen for a sweet competition. Carla Hall and Daphne Oz bake some holiday cookies sure to be one of Santa's favorite treats this year.

Tuesday, Dec. 10 - "Feliz Navidad!" - It's an hour of Latin inspired holiday dishes when Mario Lopez and Mario Batali whip up a tasty holiday dish. Clinton Kelly and Michael join forces in the kitchen for "Dos Amigos, Uno Plato," creating a dish that is sure to be muy delicioso.

Wednesday, Dec. 11 - "Cookin' Around The Christmas Tree" - "The Chew" hosts cook-up some rockin' recipes with the help of friend Guy Fieri. Clinton shares some of his favorite holiday cocktails. Learn some fun and innovative ways to decorate holiday gingerbread cookies this holiday season.

Thursday, Dec. 12 - "Cookies, Cakes And Holiday Bakes" - Michael shares his visit to Tate's Bake Shop in Southampton. Three audience members compete for the chance to bake with Carla, and Mario gets into the action sharing a recipe for one of his favorite holiday sweets.

Friday, Dec. 13 - "EVF: Eat Like Santa, Save Like Scrooge" - Michael shares his easy and inexpensive recipe for pork saltimbocca. "The Chew" checks out Hammond's Candy Factory in Denver for an inside look at how the Christmas staple candy canes are made. Mario and Carla whip up a dish that looks like a million bucks but doesn't break the bank.

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