Mario Batali and Michael Symon are asking for it. This fall, these media-genic chefs will debut a live, mid-day food-based talk show—The Chew, same network (ABC) and format as The View—in a time slot held down for decades by soap operas All My Children and One Life to Live. Might The Chew crew stir up extra business for your place? Professional cooking is grueling, physical work, which is why the select few chefs who wind up cooking for a mere hour or so on television have arguably the ...
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