Steve Martorano Guest-Stars on Kris Jenner's New Talk Show Today

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Looks like Steve Martorano's making the talk-show circuit.

First, the muscular restaurateur and cook appeared on Jimmy Kimmel Live, making mozzarella for, and kibbutzing with, the late-night host.

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Now, Martorano's taking his Italian-American cuisine prowess to The Kris Jenner Show today, Wednesday, July 17.

Jenner, the matriarch of the Kardashian family, launched her new talk show on June 15, and Martorano is one of Jenner's first guests. Joining Martorano and Kris in the studio is Mario Lopez.

The chef, who has two restaurants in South Florida, Cafe Martorano and Martorano's Italian-American Kitchen, is scheduled to make a chicken cutlet sandwich and his famous eggplant stack for Kris. Since Kris' daughter Kim Kardashian is a big food fan, we're hoping the new mama may be enticed to make an appearance by the smell of delicious homestyle Italian cooking.

Right now, The Kris Jenner Show is in limited markets, but you can watch the show in its entirety on Jenner's YouTube channel, starting at 5 p.m. today.

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