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Slow Food Revolution
The international eco-gastronomic movement known as Slow Food champions the protection of traditional culture, the environment and biodiversity while encouraging regional production, food education and pleasure. The film travels around the globe recording this growing phenomenon. First stop is Italy, home of the Slow Food movement, Bronte pistachios, Sorrento lemons and the original Neapolitan tomato. Here, towns such as Orvieto have been declared slow cities, free of fast food outlets, neon and noise.
Three Stars International: Top Restaurants and the Michelin Star System
Focusing on ten world-class chefs, Three Stars depicts the everyday drama of life in gourmet restaurants and includes exclusive interviews and behind-the-scenes access to these multi-talented culinary artisans. By highlighting not only their culinary philosophies but also their daily kitchen routines, the film reveals the business of cooking on the highest level.
Featuring Italian chef Nadia Santini, known for her restaurant Dal Pescatore in Mantova, Italy which has held three stars since 1996.
A Renaissance in the Kitchen - Episode 15 of Food: A Cultural Culinary History Series
The Italian Renaissance brought a new aesthetic approach to cookery, featuring great complexity of presentation. Uncover some of the era's extremes in books by food writers Platina, Ficino, and Messisbugo. Study menus and recipes from the staggeringly elaborate banquets of the court of Ferrara.
Papal Rome and the Spanish Golden Age - Episode 19 of Food: A Cultural Culinary History Series
Here, explore the rise of distinct regional and national cuisines, focusing on Italy and Spain. Review the monumental culinary writings of Bartolomeo Scappi, bringing together specialty dishes from all of Italy.
Mediterranean Spices--Exotic Blends
Episode 4 of The Everyday Gourmet Series: Essential Secrets of Spices in Cooking
With Bill Briwa, Professor at Culinary Institute of America
Episode 5 of The Everyday Gourmet: How to Master Outdoor Cooking Series
Enjoy a wealth of multicultural dishes with this tour of the Mediterranean, from Italy and Greece to Turkey and Tunisia.
Cucina Amore - Italian Cooking
This PBS cooking series features Italian Chef, Nick Stellino with the style, stories, and great dishes that make this delectable presentation a cook's delight.
Wine Culture and Appreciation
Barolo Boys - An Italian Wine Revolution
30 years ago, Barolo was unknown to its own production region -- the Langhe in northwestern Italy. Barolo's current success is mainly due to a group of small-scale wine producers, the so-called Barolo Boys. In the Eighties, these winemakers upset the quiet world of the Piedmontese countryside and brought about a revolution in Italian wine..
Mondovino: The Ultimate Series on Wine and Wine Culture
The Human Drama (And Comedy) of Wine-Making
This multi-generation, globe-trotting saga covers not only the entire gamut of wine making, but wine's place in a treacherously globalized and hyper-marketed world.
Wines of Northern Italy
Episode 13 of The Everyday Guide to Wine Series The Great Courses
Wines of Southern Italy
Episode 14 of The Everyday Guide to Wine Series The Great Courses
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