Yesterday on ABC's “The Chew” Clinton reminded viewers Christmas was just two weeks away. The crew has been offering an array of food, craft and entertainment ideas to make the season bright. Today celebrity chef Curtis Stone will join them in the kitchen for the 12 meals of Christmas.
The 12 Meals of Christmas on “The Chew”
From Chanukah latkes to Christmas sweet treats, “The Chew” is helping everyone to have a happier holiday season. Celebrity guests have joined the crew in the kitchen for everything from a Christmas calzone to chicken. All kinds of famous folks have visited the show including Fran Drescher and the lovely Katherine Jenkins. It is the ultimate place to discover more about food, crafts, fashion, home décor and entertainment etiquette.
One of the most famous Christmas carols is “The 12 Days of Christmas.” It is just about 12 days away with many people starting their festivities on Christmas Eve. Today the crew will be making the 12 meals of Christmas. On a recent show, fans learned more people serve turkey on Christmas than ham. While ham is often considered the traditional meal of this holiday, plenty of folks are having the turkey typically associated with Thanksgiving. Today viewers will get additional meals ideas as the crew serve up a dozen specialties that are sure to please the toughest crowd. Fans also enjoy when Carla prepares a tasty dessert and Clinton offers tantalizing cocktail suggestions. HULIQ will return with more later.
Curtis Stone on “The Chew”
Preparing the 12 meals of Christmas could be tough without the help of an energetic celebrity chef such as Curtis Stone. Even with the usual elves from “The Chew” working hard, it helps to have an extra set of skilled hands in the kitchen. Curtis will be warming up the kitchen today as they present some fantastic meal ideas for Christmas. Facebook fans of the show can't wait to see him with comments such as "Curtis is yummy" and "Ohhhh he is so yummy. I mean his dishes are..."
Curtis is an attractive Australian celebrity chef, television personality and author. His nickname after his performance on “The Celebrity Apprentice 3” is “The Quiet Terminator.” Curtis' passion for cooking began when he started cooking with his grandmother at the age of five. By the time he studied in college, he worked at some of the best Australian restaurants then moved on to work at top restaurants in London.
Curtis' television career started on a cooking show in Australia, “Surfing the Menu.” He also appeared in numerous cooking shows in the UK. By 2006, Curtis hosted “Take Home Chef” on TLC in the U.S. He now appears regularly on “Today” on NBC. Curtis Stone has appeared on other major shows such as “Access Hollywood,” Martha Stewart's “Martha,” “Iron Chef America” and “The Biggest Loser.” He also appeared on the panel in NBC's “America's Next Great Restaurant” with Bobby Flay. In 2011, he hosted Bravo's “Top Chef Masters” then in 2012 co-hosted “Around the World in 80 Plates.” Curtis also developed a line of kitchenware and wrote a series of cookbooks. He is sure to serve some delicious meal ideas today on “The Chew” right in time for the 12 days of Christmas.
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