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The Chew co-host Carla Hall likes to cook and eat. She’s one of the most popular members of the daytime show which features delectable recipes from a variety of popular cooks and personalities. Hall has recently dropped another cookbook Comfort Foods that promises to turn any aspiring cook into a chef in no time. Well, at least for their family and friends. Since everyone loves some comfort food, this has got to be popular reading and spring is a great time to cook up some new things. The NCAA tournament is in full swing heading to the Final Four and CBS will broadcast the top games on Friday night. Fantasia, Sommore, Katt Williams, Mike Epps and Marsha Ambrosius are all on tour this weekend, so if you want to catch them live, see below to find out what city they’re heading to. Oprah’s talking Paycheck to Paycheck with Maria Shriver on OWN in a Town Hall special this weekend. Here’s what else is on the weekend calendar. HOT ON TV:

All Times Eastern

Friday, March 28

NCAA Tournament: Tennessee vs. Michigan

7 p.m.

Kentucky vs. Louisville

9:30 p.m.

CBS

The NCAA Tournament rolls on as March Madness heats up for the Final Four countdown

Saturday, March 29

Kid’s Choice Awards

Nik, 8 p.m.

Mark Wahlberg hosts the 27th annual show that includes performances from Aloe Blacc and American Authors

Sunday, March 30

Oprah and Maria Shriver: The Paycheck to Paycheck Town Hall

OWN, 9 p.m.

Oprah and Maria tell the stories of women who are living paycheck to paycheck in this issues-based Town Hall

READ IT:

Carla’s Comfort Foods

TV host Carla Hall of The Chew serves up her favorite comfort foods in new cookbook

SEE IT:

Noah

The biblical story of Noah is told

Russell Crowe, Anthony Hopkins, Jennifer Connelly

PG-13

Sabotage

Arnold Schwarzenegger stars as the leader of a band of DEA agents who take out a drug cartel. But when the team starts getting taken out, everyone becomes a suspect.

Terence Howard, Josh Holloway, Sam Worthington

R

 

What In The Weekend With Nikki Woods: Cooking Up Spring  was originally published on blackamericaweb.com