Today a sensational celebrity joins ABC's The Chew to prepare for the season with a Passover dish and some gardening tips from Michael Symon.
Spring has just about sprung and everyone wants to celebrate the season. Today Megan Hilty stops by ABC's “The Chew' to celebrate spring. The crew is preparing for the rest of the month with a Passover dish and a few savvy gardening tips from Michael Symon.
Megan Hilty Stops by ABC's “The Chew”
ABC's “The Chew” celebrates all kinds of events and seasons with high profile celebrity guests. Many of them return for more. For example, Jewel recently appeared on the show for the third time. Fans look forward to watching some of their favorite stars heat up the kitchen and reveals their culinary skills. Today Megan Hilty will be joining the crew for awhile.
Megan Hilty is a stage and television actress who become notorious after roles in several Broadway musicals including her performance as Glinda in “Wicked.” Currently she stars as Ivy Lynn in the NBC musical-drama series “Smash.” Megan has sung many original songs on the show, including the Grammy-Award nominated “Let Me Be Your Star.” This talented actress and singer is sure to bring something unique to “The Chew” today.
Viewers are excited to see if she is as wonderful in the kitchen as she is on stage and screen. A spring fling with Megan Hilty is sure to be a lot of fun. One Facebook fan commented, “Can't wait--love her on Smash!” Another said, “Can't wait!!! I love your show!!! You are all so funny...it's so refreshing to have a show that not only shows you how to make your very special foods, but y'all are crazy!!! love it!!!”
Preparing a Passover Dish on ABC's “The Chew”
Passover 2013 begins on Monday, March 25 and ends on Tuesday, April 2. ABC's “The Chew” is helping viewers get ready for it with a delicious Passover dish. Traditional favorites to serve for Passover Seder include brisket and matzoh ball soup. Other popular dishes include rolls, kugels, soup, charoset, side dishes, salads and all kinds of delectable desserts. Today fans can look forward to Mario Batali's Egg Drop Soup with Mini Matzoh Balls and Clinton Kelly's Herb Butter Chicken with Asparagus and Peas. These are sure to make the Passover season more tasty.
Gardening Tips on ABC's “The Chew”
The season is here to start planning all types of gardens. Vegetable and herb gardens are a great way to save money and add fresh ingredients to your recipes. Flower gardens bring fragrance and beauty to your home. Today on “The Chew,” Michael Symon is sharing a few great gardening tips with viewers. In case you haven't started seedlings or a garden yet, there is still time to do it over the next week or two. In many states, people are seeing signs of life with new buds of greenery on plants and shrubs. As the weather gets warmer and the rains come down, there will be ideal conditions for growing all kinds of plants. Find out how to do it yourself today on “The Chew.” Recently, HGTV also offered some useful gardening suggestions for the spring season. HULIQ will return with more later.
ABC's “The Chew” airs on weekdays at 1:00 p.m. ET
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