Mary Ann travels north of Cortona, Italy to visit American cookbook author and food columnist Nancy Harmon Jenkins. Working in Nancy's cozy kitchen in her restored country farmhouse, Mary Ann and she create Pane Toscano (Tuscan Bread) then fry up some crunchy crostini, for three terrific toppings: Tomato/Basil/Garlic, Chicken Liver and Sage, and Tuna Fish and Caper treat. Buon appetito!
Ciao Italia Season 26
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- Ch 410The Vegan CornerBaking bread is well known to be a tricky task, and sometimes, nothing short of troublesome. However, in this episode we are going to share with you a few simple vegan recipes, and some tips as well, that will help you to tackle bread once and for all, whilst at the same time getting amazing final results.The 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.