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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.
Giada De Laurentiis arrives in Florence, Italy and heads straight to the local market, where she shops and introduces the local cuisine. She celebrates the hearty northern Italian food by preparing a Tuscan-style lunch to share with friends that are visiting from the United States. Giada's menu includes her spin on Bistecca alla Fiorentina, "Greens and Beans" Salad, Garlic Bread and a bottle of local Chianti, topped off with a classic Tuscan dessert.
Giada and her Aunt Raffy reminiscence about Giada's grandmother, Nonna Luna, and her love of rice while making some twists on northern Italian favorites like bitter rice, white chocolate orzo pudding and artichoke and fennel crudo.
Giada De Laurentiis and her sister pay tribute to their brother, Dino, who passed away from cancer; the women create a meal inspired by some of his favorite dishes, including charred broccoli rabe and pork chops with a balsamic glaze
Giada and her Aunt Raffy travel by train to visit Great Aunt Raffy at her home in Milan and prepare her favorite baked dish, ziti stufati.
Carbonara cacio e Pepe; mussels with fennel and Italian beer; olive oil sorbetto with berries and balsamic.
Giada, along with her daughter, sister and nephew, spend the day on a boat trip along Florence's Arno River; they enjoy kale salsa verde bruschetta, tuna, white bean and bitter greens salad and Torrone Mess.
Octopus panzanella; hazelnut chicken and stracciatella with strawberry and vin santo.
Giada De Laurentiis's grandfather, Dino De Laurentiis, filmed his movie Hannibal in Florence, giving Giada inspiration for a meal; asparagus and grilled melon salad; sausage, chianti and fava bean spaghetti; chianti affogato.
Giada De Laurentiis(Host)
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