Next Episode of Stanley Tucci: Searching for Italy is
Season 1 / Episode 4 and airs on 08 March 2021 02:00
A six-part docuseries that follows Stanley Tucci as he travels across Italy to discover the secrets and delights of the country's regional cuisines. Viewers will go along with him as he enjoys the luxurious creamy carbonara of Rome, the delicious simplicity of Sicily's pasta à la Norma, the saffron-infused silkiness of risotto in Milan, the crispy tenderness of bistecca à la fiorentina, the perfect classic ragu à la bolognese and the world's best pizza in Naples. Tucci comes prepared with a bottomless appetite for it all, showing us how the diversity of Italian cooking offers a gateway through which you can glimpse Italy's history and culture.
Stanley Tucci feasts on pizza in Naples. Stanley embarks on a whirlwind tour to find the freshest mozzarella and the best San Marzano tomatoes and enjoys a spectacular spaghetti and zucchini.
Stanley Tucci heads to Rome in search of the famous Four Pastas. Stanley orders rigatoni all'amatriciana, samples carbonara, and tries a selection of cheeses and sausages made from the sheep and pigs farmed in the region.
Stanley Tucci explores Bologna, seen by many as the food capital of Italy. Bologna is home to globally renowned protected food products: parmigiano, prosciutto de parma, and traditional balsamic vinegar, to name but a few.
Stanley Tucci eats and drinks his way around Milan. Here, Stanley enjoys an aperitivo, feels inspired to make pizzoccheri – a noodle made from buckwheat, and enjoys classic Milanese – veal chops and risotto.
Stanley Tucci explores his former home: Tuscany. Stanley does a wine bar crawl, celebrates the importance of the lowly loaf, and samples dishes which use stale bread as the key ingredient.
Stanley Tucci visits Sicily. Here, Stanley tries a salty, crunchy sensation, tastes the grapes grown in the region's unique soils, and reflects on Sicilian hospitality.
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