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In Giada in Italy follow Giada De Laurentiis back to her birthplace for an extended holiday, as she revisits family, friends and the flavors that inspire her life's work. Whether digging into her grandmother's ancient recipe book with Aunt Raffy, exploring the site of her grandfather's former pasta factory, inspiring her to make homemade noodles "the old fashioned way," or cheering on and then making a California-inspired feast for her uncle's soccer team, this trip is all about the bounty and beauty of Italy, enjoyed with friends and family.
On Capri, Giada De Laurentiis makes a beautiful picnic to celebrate la dolce vita, or the sweet life, by the water with her daughter and mother. The menu features Amalfi Lemon Chicken, Grilled Plum and Pistachio Salad, Pan-Fried Zucchini with Anchovy Vinaigrette and Grilled Shrimp with Peach Cocktail Sauce.
Italy's island of Capri is known for delicious pastries and sweets, so Giada De Laurentiis samples some of the island's best and then heads to the kitchen to put a spin on her favorite flavors. She creates Limoncello and Almond Biscotti, Torta Caprese and Ricotta Gelato Toast.
While the stunning beauty of Capri, Italy, has long inspired painters, writers and poets, the rich landscape and plentiful sea inspire chefs as well, including Giada De Laurentiis. The creativity of some of the local restaurants prompt Giada to create a dinner menu that features Zucchini Sottolio, Caprese Granita, Campanelle with Fresh Puttanesca and cozy al Forno.
Giada De Laurentiis hosts a family gathering to celebrate what would have been her grandfather Dino De Laurentiis' 100th birthday. The famous movie producer spent many summers on the Italian island of Capri, and Giada pays tribute to him with a lively bash by the sea and some of his favorites recipes, including Aqua Pazza, Gateau di Palate, Ravioli alla Caprese and Coffee Granitas.
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