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First Lady Michelle Obama Challenges the Chew Crew

By Aaron Welsh | Sep 26th, 2014

04/03/2015 - The First Lady sent an Easter update to the Chew crew. Check it out. 

Michelle Obama Challenges the Chew Crew
The First Lady is challenging the Chew crew to make a healthy Easter dish for 5 audience members as part of the annual White House Easter Egg roll and the Let’s Move! initiative.

The Crew Shares the 2015 White House Easter Egg Collection
This year’s 5-Pack Collector’s Egg Set includes 4 colorful eggs with stamped signatures of the President and First Lady. The 5th “Bo and Sunny” Egg has stamped “signatures” and paw prints of Bo and Sunny on the back.

Gordon Elliott, Executive Producer of ABC’s "The Chew," announced today that The First Lady of the United States, Michelle Obama, will make her first appearance on the show on FRIDAY OCT 3 1e|12c|p.

Taped earlier this week, Mrs. Obama joined co-hosts Mario Batali, Michael Symon, Carla Hall, Clinton Kelly and Daphne Oz in the kitchen to discuss improving school nutrition and emphasize the importance of cooking at home as part of her Let’s Move! initiative to combat childhood obesity.

Sam Kass, Assistant White House Chef and Executive Director of Let's Move!, also joined "The Chew," demonstrating a recipe that was created by a young chef at The Third Annual Lunchtime Challenge and Kids’ State Dinner.

"It was an honor to have The First Lady join us in our kitchen," said Elliott. "Mrs. Obama, along with Sam Kass and their team, are making real strides in the fight against childhood obesity and the nationwide need to improve the nutritional value of school lunches. We commend her for the work she, Sam and the Let's Move! team are doing," he concluded.

Assistant White House Chef Sam Kass demonstrates how to make a healthy dish from the 3rd Kids’ State Dinner while First Lady Michelle Obama chats with the cohosts about eating with her family at the White House.

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