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'General Hospital' Star Jason Thompson Appears on 'The Chew' October 23

Jason Thompson plays Dr. Patrick Drake on ABC's General Hospital.
During the week of October 20–24, ABC's The Chew welcomes guests Padma Lakshmi (Top Chef); Chef Fabio Viviani ("Fabio's Italian Kitchen); Kris Jenner ("In The Kitchen With Kris"); Hannah Hart (author: My Drunk Kitchen); Mark Consuelos (All My Children) and Jason Thompson (General Hospital).

Highlights of the week include:

Monday, October 20 – "Globe-Trotting Grub" – Padma Lakshmi (Top Chef); recipes for spicy pork meatballs in lettuce cups, and Singapore noodles with shrimp and shitake mushrooms; "Your Freaky Front Door" Part One featuring witch legs.

Tuesday, October 21 – "Homecoming Classics" – Chef Fabio Viviani ("Fabio's Italian Kitchen"); game day snacks including loaded potato skins and toasted pepperoni bread with burrata; "Your Freaky Front Door" Part Two featuring mummy doors.

Wednesday, October 22 – "Chic Eats" – Kris Jenner (Keeping Up with the Kardashians); Hannah Hart ("My Drunk Kitchen"); a visit to DeBrito Chocolate Factory; "Your Freaky Front Door" Part Three featuring eyeball garland.

Thursday, October 23 – "Thrifty Thursday" – Jason Thompson (General Hospital); "Your Freaky Front Door" Part Four featuring easy to make pumpkin, cat and bat lanterns.

Friday, October 24 – "Kicked Up Casseroles" – Mark Consuelos (Alpha House); "Your Freaky Front Door" Part Five featuring alien ghosts.

UPDATED:
Watch Jason Thompson's appearance on The Chew here.

RELATED:
* 'General Hospital' Star Jason Thompson Engaged to Paloma Jonas

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