By Sarah Leah Chase
You would be difficult-pressed to come across a boy or girl – or an grownup – who doesn’t like Bolognese sauce.” – Stanley Tucci
(Feb. 25, 2021) Mainly because so much of my specialist lifetime revolves close to food and cooking, I’ve hardly ever been a single to commit my leisure time observing cable-television cooking exhibits, preferring enjoyment unrelated to my function. Lately, however, I’ve discovered myself captivated by two applications that blend food and vacation:“Bobby and Giada in Italy” on Discovery+ and Stanley Tucci’s “Searching for Italy” on CNN.
Each plans make me want to try to eat only Italian food stuff for breakfast, lunch and evening meal, by some means providing satisfyingly-vicarious vacation in position of the true vacation the pandemic is even now stopping.
Given that my culinary library is previously peppered with cookbooks by Bobby Flay and Giada De Laurentiis, I made a decision to convert my consideration to Tucci, as I was instantaneously smitten with the very first Naples episode of “Searching for Italy” when it premiered two Sundays back. When I vaguely remembered that Tucci experienced some thing to do with the 1990s film “Big Evening,” I was not knowledgeable he had composed two cookbooks.
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