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Beef Wellington is a true delicacy often served on holidays and very special occasions that your dinner guests will find very impressive. Making...

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Pork is a staple in Italian cooking.  The Italian Herb Pork Lion in this video takes simple ingredients and turns the pork loin into a dish...

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The combination of chocolate, peanut butter and oatmeal are the trifecta of flavor for cookies! In this special episode my wife shows her...

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The combination of chocolate, peanut butter and oatmeal are the trifecta of flavor for cookies! In this special episode my wife shows her...

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Sea scallops are a delicacy that appear in the cuisine from many different countries. Some believe that only a trained chef can make perfectly...

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Brasato al Barolo is savory, tender beef slowly braised in a rich and full-flavored Italian wine.  Watch now to see how to make this dish in...

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Meatballs can be used many different ways and accompany a huge variety of dishes.  When stuffed with cheese, as they are in this video,...

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Parmesan Pomodoro sauce is sweet, savory, and packs a parmesan punch. This sauce is simple to make and great with spaghetti, in lasagna or as...

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In this video, you’ll get a detailed description of the simplistic, yet savory, unforgettable taste of Semolina Three Cheese Bread.  I...

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Baked Brie is the perfect mix of savory sweet wrapped in the crispy fluff of a puff pastry that provides the ultimate combination of flavor...

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Does it look like you’ve been watching a super sad movie and crying over your cutting board when chopping onions?  In this video from...

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Italy has introduced the world to its outstanding cuisine and wine but also has great cocktails.   In this video, I demonstrate how to make...

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Amanda Lee stars in a special short video from POV Italian Cooking.  The bulb of garlic needs to be chopped for a dish. Amanda makes sure...

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The Pork Medallion Piccata recipe in this video is simple, delicious and elegant dish perfect for a weeknight dinner or a weekend meal with family...

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A Frittata is the Italian version of the omelette.  The frittata may the world’s most perfect food because it is simple to make, low cost...

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Looking for an easy alternative to a traditional seafood boil?  Need an simple recipe that works for both fresh or frozen seafood?  If...

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Osso Buco, which translates to “hole of bone” is pure meaty awesomeness.  Placed on a bed of risotto or polenta pays tribute to...

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Risotto doesn't always have to be the star of dinner. Risotto can serve as a great bed for another dish which it does in episode 106 of POV...

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It can be difficult to make a perfect hard-boiled egg that has a creamy yolk and tender white. Overcooking a hard-boiled egg, which is easy to...

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Every culture around the world has some type of flatbread that dates back to the oldest recorded history.  One popular flatbread with a...

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Eggs in Purgatory, or Uova al Purgatorio is a deliciously different dish for brunch. This southern Italian dish with an evocative name is a...

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Traditional humus is made from garbanzo beans (also called chickpeas), tahini, extra virgin olive oil, garlic, lemon juice, salt and other...

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Chicken simmering in the powerfully aromatic puttanesca sauce. "Puttanesca" translates to "in the style of prostitutes" because it is believed...

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Chicken cutlets simmering in a sauce of butter, wine, chicken stock, lemon juice and capers make the incredibly easy to cook, but delicious,...

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I love the sound of Chicken that had been marinated in marsala and honey sizzling on my Blackstone griddle with some mushrooms and onions!...

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If you love limoncello then you may want to give Orangecello a try! In this short video I share how to modify the Limoncello that I made in...

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Pâté sounds intimidating to make but this Chicken Liver Pâté recipe is simple and inexpensive yet has a magnificent flavor.  This...

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The Roasted Red Pepper Semolina Focaccia recipe in the latest video from POV Italian Cooking is packed full of flavor but still an easy bread to...

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Sizzling extra thick angus sirloin steaks infused with flavor from a tequila, lime, cilantro and garlic marinade.  These thick, meaty steaks...

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A Graticola is a pan designed to quickly preparing delicious and crispy bread on a gas stove. This thin pan diffuses heat evenly to quickly heat...

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This is a tasting from the end of my Italian Beer Bread episode where I have two of my grandchildren tasting the bread with me.  This is...

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A simple pan sauce made with capers, butter, white wine, chicken stock and lemon juice envelop chicken cutlets in the traditional Chicken...

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Burgers sizzling on the grill is the definitive sound of summer in America. Hamburgers with 80 lean meat and 20 fat, that are featured in this...

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If bacon were a butterfly, then pork belly would be the caterpillar.  Rubbed with a mix of spices before spending the night in the...

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The aroma that emanates when making Cacciucco on the stove is only bested by the taste!  In episode 100 of POV Italian Cooking, I...

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Seafood is common in Italian cuisine. This video demonstrates how to clean and prepare mussels and little neck clams for use in any...

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If you want a truly decadent bread then make the Chocolate, Fig Banana Bread in this video. Every slice of this quick bread delivers a mix of...

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There is nothing like the flavor of a hearty, slightly sweet quick bread infused with the magical flavor of figs.  See how I make Fig Bread...

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Crispy garlic butter parmesan smashed potatoes fresh out of the oven and still sizzling. The garlic aroma fills the house while these potatoes...

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A hot griddle with a coating of melted butter provides the perfect palate for sizzling shrimp that are slathered with teriyaki sauce.  The...

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This classic Italian bread and tomato salad manages to be fresh and summery, but still hearty enough to eat as a light supper or...

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Potatoes make a great side dish and can be incredibly easy to make.  In this recipe, I make an incredibly flavorful but simple Tuscan...

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When thinking of that wonderful sound of food sizzling on the grill, you may only be imagining a burger or steak.  More than meat can sizzle...

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A ripe cherry tomato is sweeter and higher in pectin than bigger tomatoes. This means that cherry tomatoes are ideal for creating flavorful,...

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The sound of flavor – a breakfast of white potato hash browns, sweet potato hash browns, sausage patties and scrambled eggs sizzling on a...

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Asparagus is one of the most nutritionally complete vegetables and is also incredibly flavorful! When trying to find a simple to make side that...

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To celebrate the upcoming 100th episode of POV Italian Cooking, I am hosting a free prize giveaway contest! I currently have 9 wonderful prizes...

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A wide variety of seafood, including swordfish, is used throughout Italy and is most often prepared by grilling with light seasoning. The meat...

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My wife and I spent the July 4th holiday watch movies and taking it easy at home by ourselves. For dinner, I made t-bone steak with mushrooms...

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Meringue cookies are light, air cookies made from egg whites that can be difficult to make.  I use the Limoncello that was made in an...

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Making dinner during the work week can be a challenge, so finding a shortcut can be helpful.  In this episode of POV Italian Cooking, I make...

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A twist on a traditional Italian recipe can result in a healthy and quick to make dish.  The Tuscan Chicken and Shrimp recipe in this video...

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Eataly is an Italian cuisine lover’s paradise!  If you haven’t been lucky enough to visit any of the 6 Eataly locations in...

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Beer Bread is the easiest bread that you will ever make.  There is no need to worry about proofing, rising or shaping this bread.  Just...

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A quick video where I share how to make a Tomato, Kale and Mushroom Frittata.  This video is from POV Italian Cooking and part of my quick...

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When thinking about Italian food, the two foods that first come into most people’s minds are pasta and pizza. The most important part of...

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Limoncello, developed in southern Italy along the Sorrentine Peninsula, is a delightful Italian lemon liqueur that is incredibly easy to...

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Bruschetta is a very popular Italian appetizer or antipasto that can come with a variety of toppings.  If you love olives, then the...

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Brussels sprouts are a member of the cabbage family native to the Mediterranean region which may be why they pair so well with Italian food!...

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You will never buy a jar of sauce again when you see how easy it is to make Simple Red Sauce in episode 85 of POV Italian Cooking.  This...

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Do you love lasagna and other Italian cuisine but are trying to avoid carbs & extra calories? If so, you will love the No Noodle Lasagna in...

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Semolina Three Cheese Bread is a cheese and bread lover’s dream come true and packed into a loaf.  This phenomenal dough is packed...

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Fill your kitchen with the aroma of baking bread while making Pane in Cassetta, or Bread in a Box.  This bread is the Italian version of...

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Are you a foodie with a fondness for Italian cuisine? Are you a home cook that would like to learn how to cook traditional-style Italian...

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Aqua Cotta, or Cooked Water Soup, is a rustic Italian peasant bread soup that’s recipe varies greatly by region and season.  This...

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Pane all Cioccolata (Chocolate Bread) has the taste and texture that could be described as a dense chocolate croissant but not nearly as sweet....

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It’s easy to enhance flavor of shrimp while pairing it with pasta in a single dish, Shrimp Puttanesca. This history of puttanesca sauce...

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Pane Siciliano, or Sicilian Bread, is an amazing Italian artisan bread made with semolina flour that you can learn to make in this video. This...

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Italy has many great cured meats though many believe that prosciutto is the best. Prosciutto, technically a ham, is cured by a process that...

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Pane di Como, or Como bread, is an artisan bread with a golden crust and chewy interior.  This bread originated in northern Italy where a...

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Originally an Italian peasant dish but now an Italian-American comfort food, Pasta e Fagioli is fairly quick to make and packed with flavor....

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Yes, prosciutto, which is the best of the Italian cured meats, can be made even better! Candied Prosciutto takes this popular Italian cold...

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The Italian Sub bread in this episode of POV Italian Cooking makes lovely sandwich loaves with a great texture that you just can’t get in...

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Ciabatta bread, a classic Italian bread, was developed in response to the French Baguette that had spread across the country.  Ciabatta...

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The Negroni is a classic Italian mixed drink made from equal parts of three ingredients.  This Italian drink has a simple, crispy and...

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Pane al Pomodoro (Tomato Bread) is an orange colored savory artisan bread that is packed full of flavor.  Sun-dried tomatoes combined with...

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The inviting and intricate fragrances of baking bread and basil pesto combine to set an expectation that can only be met by a slice of Pesto...

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What to do with all that leftover Christmas turkey?  Don’t waste the turkey that took you hours to prepare!  Transform...

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Coccodrillo (Crocodile) Bread is a type of Italian ciabatta bread that comes from a wet dough made with semolina durum flour. This is a...

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This recipe may be the perfect side dish: Baked Zucchini and Squash.  This recipe only takes a few minutes to prepare, has only a few...

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The coupling of a perfectly cooked ribeye with the flavor of red wine makes for a perfect dinner.  Using a sous vide to cook a ribeye...

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Italian cuisine purists say that there is no replacement for the San Marzano Tomatoes.  The perfect mix of weather and the volcanic...

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Rosemary, a fragrant herb that was considered sacred to ancient Romans and Greeks, is now commonly used in Italian cuisine.  Learn the...

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A rich brown sauce made with Marsala wine that envelopes the chicken and infuses the mushrooms forms a mouthwatering dish that tantalizes your...

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Grilled Muffuletta (sometimes spelled Muffaletta) is my spin on the traditional Muffuletta sandwich that was developed by Italian immigrants in...

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