Sea scallops are a delicacy that appear in cuisines from many different countries. Some believe that only a trained chef can make perfectly cooked sea scallops. I believe that any home cook can make perfect sea scallops and demonstrate how to do this in the video.
Looking for an easy alternative to a traditional seafood boil? Need a simple recipe that works for both fresh or frozen seafood?
If so, you need to see my Easy Seafood Pot recipe in episode 108 of POV Italian Cooking
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 Bread. This bread, with a brilliant green tint from the pesto, will impress your friends with the powerful burst of flavor and wonderful crust. See how to mak
Who doesn’t love the sight and smell of Italian Sausages sizzling on a flat top griddle next to a mound of Peppers and Onions? The sound of the griddle covered by the medley of peppers, sausages and shredded potatoes over ghee butter in this video will make you drool!
Pork is a staple in Italian cooking. The Italian Herb Pork Loin in this video takes simple ingredients and turns the pork loin into a dish that is perfect for a party or a Sunday dinner but quick enough to make during the working week.
Beef Wellington is a true delicacy often served on holidays and very special occasions that your dinner guests will find very impressive. Making a great Beef Wellington is actually easier than it looks. In this short video I demonstrate how to make an Italian Style Beef Wellington.
Pâté sounds intimidating to make but this Chicken Liver Pâté recipe is simple and inexpensive yet has a magnificent flavor. This recipe combines the flavors of chicken livers, onions, garlic, white wine and capers into a creamy, smooth and decadent topping for toasted bread or crackers.
The aroma that emanates when making Cacciucco on the stove is only bested by the taste! In episode 100 of POV Italian Cooking, I make Cacciucco, an Italian fish stew that originated in the coastal towns in the Tuscany and Liguria regions. The monkfish, red snapper, clams, mussels, shrimp and calama
The sight and sound of chicken breast and broccoli florets covered in Asian seasoning and simmering in soy sauce on the griddle. The smell of the soy and Asian spices fills the air as hunger builds and the food sears to perfection.
Traditional humus is made from garbanzo beans (also called chickpeas), tahini, extra virgin olive oil, garlic, lemon juice, salt and other flavorful ingredients. This outstanding spread dates back to Egypt in the 13th century and remains a popular Middle Eastern and Mediterranean cuisine. See how
Osso Buco, which translates as “hole of bone” is pure meaty awesomeness. Placing on a bed of risotto or polenta pays tribute to Osso Buco’s roots and takes this Italian comfort food to another level. Traditionally, Osso Buco is made with veal but see how I make Beef Osso Buco, a carnivorous wreath.