Gabrielle Union talks to Clinton about her book, "We're Going to Need More Wine"; Michael reveals simple tips for foolproof entertaining; Carla shares her easy pantry dessert; and the crew fixes viewer fails.
Dolly Parton chats with Clinton about her children's album, "I Believe in You"; Mike Golic (ESPN Radio's "Mike & Mike") joins Michael in the kitchen with a winning recipe; and Carla shares how to make a homemade Halloween craft guaranteed to impress.
Fashion icon Zac Posen talks about his book, "Cooking With Zac," and whips up poached pears with mascarpone cream with Carla; Michael cooks stuffed sweet potatoes with curried yogurt and scallions; and Clinton makes foraged-fall wreath.
Yvette Nicole Brown (ABC's "The Mayor") whips up a dish with Michael Symon; Mickey Mouse, Minnie Mouse Donald Duck and Daisy Duck join the fun; Carla Hall struts her stuff as a waitress at the '50s Primetime Café in Disney's Hollywood Studios; and a Fantastic Food Face-Off game takes place.
Based on social-media feedback from viewers, the show's culinary team goes on behind-the-scenes tours of Walt Disney World; Mario Batali makes his most-requested masterpiece; and Clinton Kelly demonstrates a tip inspired by the show's fans.
Film star Isla Fisher ("Marge in Charge") cooks with Clinton Kelly and talks about her children's book; and Mario Batali plays a trivia game with guests from the Parks to inspire his newest-cooking creation.
Vanna White ("Wheel of Fortune") joins Clinton Kelly for a tasty kitchen adventure; members of the show's culinary team race around Disney Springs, competing in a scavenger hunt to win the audience a prize; and Mickey Mouse and Minnie Mouse join the co-hosts for surprises galore.
Clinton Kelly tries to redeem his tarte tatin disaster with a fabulous new creation; and Carla Hall helps a friend host a celebratory Sunday supper in Brooklyn and does a craft with the ladies in studio.
Award-winning actress Uzo Aduba ("My Little Pony: The Movie"; "Orange Is the New Black") teams up with Clinton Kelly to make shrimp saganaki with feta; Michael Symon shares his autumnal cranberry-rice-stuffed-butternut-squash recipe; and Carla Hall has foolproof tips for gluten-free meatballs and mozzarella sticks.
The co-hosts make eggplant-parmesan tacos in honor of National Taco Day; Roselyn Sanchez and Eric Winter show how to make a delicious, savory squash-and-goat-cheese tart and talk about their children's book, "Sebi and the Land of Cha Cha Cha"; and Michael Symon makes a cedar-plank fluke with broccoli-stem slaw.
Actress Susan Kelechi Watson ("This Is Us") makes a simple, one-pot green-chile-chicken-enchilada bake with Clinton Kelly; Michael Symon whips up quick and easy weeknight vegetable pot pies inspired by the frozen food section at the grocery store.
Craig Robinson ("Ghosted") teams with Michael Symon to make a scarily delicious dish; the co-hosts solve viewer dilemmas by phone; and Carla Hall transforms a viewer's baking disaster into a wonderful winner.
Anne Heche ("The Brave") dishes with Clinton Kelly; Katy Mixon (ABC's "American Housewife") joins Carla in the kitchen to create something delicious; and Michael Symon gives his "back to basics" tips for the home cook.
Actress and cookbook author Jennifer Esposito ("The Affair") talks about her cookbook, "Jennifer's Way Kitchen"; Clinton Kelly experiments with a DIY trend that's gone viral; and producer/director Lee Daniels ("Empire"; "Stars") gives Carla the scoop on his shows.
Award-winning actress Danielle Brooks ("Orange Is the New Black") stops by; the co-hosts share the secrets to a slimmed-down snack; and Michael Symon makes a healthy dish he's calling "America's Most Wanted Meal."
The co-hosts unveil their cookbook, "The Chew: Quick & Easy," and spotlight simple recipes; Kristen Bell ("The Good Place") makes Carla's spinach pesto; and Carla Hall celebrates autumn with her three speedy and delicious treats to make with apples.
Elisabeth Shue ("Battle of the Sexes") makes a tasty fall dish with Clinton and Carla. Michael Symon visits the Hattie Carthan Herban Farm in Brooklyn. Mario Batali serves up a delectable entrée in just a few minutes.
ABC News' David Muir celebrates the 40th anniversary of "20/20" with Mario Batali; chef Lovely Jackson of Glen Feliz Elementary in L.A., who teaches children the benefits of healthy eating, joins Clinton Kelly in the kitchen. Also: Michael Symon answers viewers' pleas with simple tips to solve their dilemmas.
Donald Driver discusses his book "3-D Body Revolution"; chef Paul Kahan ("Cheers to the Publican") cooks with Mario Batali and Michael Symon; and Carla Hall visits a couple in Washington, D.C., who make dinner for local youth every week.
Olivia Munn discusses "The Lego Ninjago Movie"; and Mike Epps reflects on his latest comedy tour. Also: Mario Batali visits Aerofarms in Newark, N.J., which is changing the way the community and its schoolchildren think about food.
Clinton Kelly takes Carla Hall blueberry-picking in Connecticut. Also: the show visits the Trap Kitchen, a buzzed-about catering company in South Central, Los Angeles, who sent their taste makers to the set to prepare a meal America will crave.