PBS COOKING SHOWS ITALIAN : BENEFITS OF COOKING WITH OLIVE OIL.
The picture's title references a distant memory of a PBS Italian Cooking show by Mary Ann Esposito, which I saw when I was a kid. The show had (has?) the same name as this picture. Anyhow, this is a still life of some of the souvenirs I took back from Italy over Christmas! Bag of pasta, port/spirit glass, "Vino Cotto" (which I love and which reminds me a little of port), and mini espresso machine. The blue fabric is a sample I got from the "scraps" section at Jo-Ann's for about $3. I also have a green one- they're great for arranging in still lifes I'm finding. Finally, I can eat the pasta, drink the wine and watch TV again (the rumpled white sheet has been draped over it for the past week or so!) PrismacolorsChicken Parmigiana
From Cooking Light's Italian Favorites Cookbook. I did get the sauce recipe from PBS's Lidia's Kitchen show. Man, I love that lady. I love to watch her cook and talk with her italin accent. Her show is no frills, just good cooking The cheese looks yello because it got stained by the tomato sauce. For now on I am flattening my chicken breast with a mallet, it was so soft, like butter!
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