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Festivities in full swing on 'The Chew' with Christmas luau, perfect Hanukkah dish & holidays across America


Sat, Dec 9th 2017 07:00 am
Bobby Flay, Allison Janney, ESPN's Chris Fowler and Malachi Jenkins, Roberto Smith from Trap Kitchen serve up some holiday cheer
Holiday headquarters at "The Chew" is helping viewers serve up the perfect celebration to mark the season. From the first night of Hanukkah to inspiration for festive feasts from across America, Emmy Award-winning co-hosts Mario Batali, Michael Symon, Clinton Kelly and Carla Hall are here to deliver delicious holiday delights, and "Clinty Claus" is here all week with some crafts to deck the halls.
"The Chew" listings for the week of Dec. 11-15 are as follows (1 p.m. ET, subject to change):
Monday, Dec. 11 - "Christmas Luau" - "Clinty Claus" (aka Clinton) is making holiday crafts all week long; Malachi Jenkins and Roberto Smith from Trap Kitchen are back cooking with "The Chew" crew; the perfect pig roast for the holidays.
Tuesday, Dec. 12 - "The Chew's Ultimate Holiday Potluck Party" - Bobby Flay is serving up a deliciously festive feast; "Hooray for Hanukkah" as hosts prepare a viewer's holiday recipe; Nadine Redzepi (cookbook, "Downtime") stops by to cook; crafts with "Clinty Claus."
Wednesday, Dec. 13 - "Holidays Across America" - "The Chew" is on a mission to find great holiday eats in Manhattan; "Very American Mash-up" where two delicious dishes become one perfect meal; "A Very Crafty Christmas with 'Clinty Claus' "; tips for America's most asked culinary questions.
Thursday, Dec. 14 - "Winter Workshop" - "Clinty Claus" is joined by a very special guest, Ms. Cringle, for some special crafts; hosts are taking a trip to the Bronx for a traditional Italian Christmas Eve meal; delicious happy hour treats.
Friday, Dec. 15 - "Home for the Holidays" - Allison Janney joins "The Chew" crew to cook a festive dish; ESPN's Chris Fowler and his wife, Jennifer, join "Clinty Claus" for holiday crafts.

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