Today on Extra Value Friday ABC's The Chew learn how to entertain for less with tips to have a fabulous $10 dinner party.
Every week on ABC's “The Chew” the crew offers affordable tips on Extra Value Friday. Today they featured an array of choices to have a delightful dinner party for just $10. From hors d'oeuvres to desserts, fans have a chance to tantalize their dinner guests for less.
Having a Dinner Party on “The Chew”
A dinner party is an excellent way to get family and friends together, especially with the weekend upon us. Many people also have a week off as the students get time away from school for winter recess. Today on ABC's “The Chew” the crew presented a yummy selection of recipes to serve at your next dinner party. Best of all, you can do it on a dime.
Earlier in the week, Larry Venito visited “The Chew” for their potluck party. During potluck party, everyone brings a covered dish. This is an affordable way to gather with everyone. If you decide not have a potluck party, you need to pay the cost of making dinner for your guests. On Extra Value Friday, “The Chew” crew offers innovative ways to save money and enjoy life. Who could imagine having a dinner party for a half a dozen people for $10? It is possible when you make affordable recipes served with ice water and drink mixes.
Delicious Dinner Party Selections on “The Chew”
Clinton Kelly proved sandwiches are a staple item to offer at dinner parties. They can be exciting and tasty without breaking the bank. Clinton prepared cream cheese and lox sandwiches that would be great hors d'oeuvres. Another yummy way to start a dinner party is his white bean dip vegetable spread that costs only 19 cents per serving.
The main courses presented on the show were also magnificent. Clinton made a spicy Buffalo chicken sandwich to appeal to those people who like it hot. Simple roast beef sandwiches are another viable choice for your next dinner party. Clinton's spicy Italian sausage arancini fried sausage bites are a wonderful option for hors d'oeuvres or as part of a dinner menu. Mario Batali prepared braised pork with peppers and onions. All of the vegetables and seeds were mixed up in a blender then the sausage was simmered for a couple of hours in the sauce. The cost per serving was only $2.30. Michael Symon prepared a kielbasa and bean stew that was also budget-conscious and mouthwatering.
Fans turn to “The Chew” everyday to plan parties and create the best menus for less. One Facebook fan commented, “I love love love this show! It makes me smile and laugh by butt off! Plus I learn new recipes... No better combination! Love u Chew Crew!” Another one said, “I love the show, watch everyday. You have the perfect combination of personalities and talent to make The Chew a fun show to watch, while learning bunches of new ideas and recipes every day.” This weekend many people are sure to have a $10 dinner party thanks to the ideas presented on “The Chew” today.
ABC's “The Chew” airs on weekdays at 1:00 p.m. ET
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