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Marika spiega - Le pentole e le posate View Series

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Italy

Marika shows us the various pots and pans, plates and silverware used every day in Italian kitchens, dining rooms and restaurants.

Marika spiega - La frutta e la verdura - Part 1 View Series View This Episode

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Italy

Marika names some of the delicious fruits available in Italy. In general the fruits themselves are feminine, while the plants on which they grow take the masculine form.

L'Italia a tavola - Timballo di cicoria - Part 2 View Series View This Episode

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Italy

Anna and Marika work in harmony to prepare the chicory timbale and put it in the oven to bake.

L'Italia a tavola - Timballo di cicoria - Part 1 View Series View This Episode

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Italy

Italians love leafy-green vegetables, and especially in the south, there's the predilection for bitter greens, such as chicory. Chicory lends a special taste to this casserole dish, with scamorza [cheese] and cured ham that offset the mildly bitter taste of the chicory. Anna and Marika show us the ingredients and tools we need.

Adriano - L'arancello di Marina View Series

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Italy

Adriano convinces his mother to share her secret recipe for arancello with us. Arancello is an Italian liqueur made with the rinds of oranges.

L'Italia a tavola - Risotto alla milanese - Part 1 View Series View This Episode

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Italy

Anna and Marika show us the ingredients and utensils necessary for making the classic risotto alla milanese (Milanese style rice). The star of the show is the precious zafferano (saffron), whose history Anna tells us about.

L'Italia a tavola - La pappa al pomodoro - Part 2 View Series View This Episode

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Italy

Here we go with the actual preparation of this very simple, but very delicious dish. Tomatoes, olive oil, and bread are rarely missing from a Tuscan household and pappa al pomodoro is just one way these ingredients go together. Anna gives us some interesting nutritional information about tomatoes and there's also a little musical performance by our chefs. Message from Marika: If you use a bouillon cube in the recipe, watch the salt!

L'Italia a tavola - La pappa al pomodoro - Part 1 View Series View This Episode

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Italy

Tuscans love their bread — crusty and thick, and totally unsalted. It goes well with salty cheese, and salt-cured meats. When it gets stale, it doesn't get wasted; it gets used in cooking. Tuscans also love tomatoes, so this dish is quite the Tuscan comfort food, suitable for all age groups, and very cheap to make.

L'Italia a tavola - Tonnarelli cacio e pepe - Part 2 View Series View This Episode

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Italy

Hurry up and get your ingredients together, because after this video, you will surely want to jump in and try out this simple, but absolutely delicious recipe.

L'Italia a tavola - Tonnarelli cacio e pepe - Part 1 View Series View This Episode

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Italy

This super simple pasta dish is one of the most famous Roman ones and is served in most restaurants. This time there aren't many ingredients to hunt down, but Pecorino Romano is key.

L'Italia a tavola - Penne alla Toma Piemontese - Part 2 View Series View This Episode

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Italy

Marika and Anna show us the steps involved in creating this hearty dish from the Piedmont Region.

L'Italia a tavola - Penne alla Toma Piemontese - Part 1 View Series View This Episode

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Italy

Ready for a new recipe? We're in Piedmont, and this recipe is definitely not low-calorie. But it's perfect for those cold winter days in the mountains.

L'Italia a tavola - Involtini di alici - Part 2 View Series View This Episode

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Italy

Marika and Anna take us through the steps of this recipe, which could be served as either an appetizer or a second course. Anna also provides some information on oily fish and how to tell sardines from anchovies.

L'Italia a tavola - Involtini di alici - Part 1 View Series View This Episode

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Italy

Marika and Anna get ready to make Anchovy Roll-Ups. They provide an ingredient list and the equipment necessary to make this Marchigian specialty.

L'Italia a tavola - Il pesto genovese - Part 1 View Series View This Episode

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Italy

Marika and Anna go through the list of ingredients needed to make a Ligurian specialty — pasta with pesto sauce.

In giro per l'Italia - Firenze - Part 3 View Series View This Episode

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Italy

Arianna shows us the outside market near San Lorenzo, and we discover where the train station got its long name Santa Maria Novella. Arianna also gives us some important information about how to get to and from the airports of Pisa and Florence.

L'Italia a tavola - Il frico friulano - Part 2 View Series View This Episode

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Italy

Anna and Marika prepare the deliciously rich potato and cheese crisp that was a specialty of Friuli woodsmen.

L'Italia a tavola - Il frico friulano - Part 1 View Series View This Episode

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Italy

You don't need much to make this recipe from the north of Italy. It's best with aged cheese, however, and even leftover rinds will do. Anna and Marika tell us about the ingredients and utensils necessary.

Spot pubblicitario - Spot Mooncake Pan di Stelle 2016 View Series

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Italy

English names for things are more and more popular in Italy. The original famous Italian cookie Pan di Stelle (star bread) is a rich, caloric, chocolate and hazelnut cookie. The Mooncake is a slightly less caloric, and creamier spinoff.

L'Italia a tavola - Pasta alla Norma - Part 2 View Series View This Episode

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Italy

Marika completes the recipe for "pasta alla Norma," and serves it up. It's evident that Anna thinks it's real good, too. In fact, she describes it as troppo buono (too good), a typical colloquial way to say "very, very good."

Adriano - La granita al limone View Series

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Italy Sicilian

Adriano and his mother show us how to make this Sicilian summer specialty. It's easy to make, but there is one important secret.

Adriano - Spaghetti pomodoro e aglio View Series

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Italy Sicilian

What's Adriano's favorite dish? Discover this very simple but delicious Italian pasta recipe.

Adriano - Il caffè View Series

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Italy Sicilian

Adriano enjoys an espresso in Palermo with his friends. He also shares some interesting statistics about Italian coffee consumption.

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