Mary Ann's in a meatball mood and creates Polpette Toscane (Tuscan Meatballs) that calls for meat, mushrooms, parsley and - surprise - deep-frying. Then good friend, Lulu San Angelone, stops by to create Polpettine Della Nonna (Grandmother's meatballs) which are baked, not fried. See old familiar friends in a brand new way when two these two great cooks get together.
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- Ch 410The Vegan CornerWhen it comes to vegan side dishes, there are only two words in our vocabulary: simplicity and flavor. Sides are usually considered to be the kind of recipes that don't have to be excellent, as they are just, well, sides! However, we beg to differ, and we are about to show how we make some of the best sides we've ever tasted, and rest assured that they are not going to be bland, nor ordinary.A Taste Of History Season 1Philadelphia's docks were very busy in the 18th century, receiving ships from as far away as Portugal, laden with precious cargo, Madeira wine. George Washington and the rest of the country was in love with this new wine, which was all the rage in America. Chef Staib prepares Chicken Madeira using this wine along with Spätzle and Chestnut Fritters.