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Aqua Cotta, or Cooked Water Soup, is a rustic Italian peasant bread soup that’s recipe varies greatly by region and season. This simple, satisfying and so inexpensive soup uses whatever vegetables are in season with water serving as the broth. See how to make Aqua Cotta in Episode 83 of POV Italian Cooking at https://youtu.be/hz6i5fpEzsM

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21 APR 2018 / ID 000000038
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It’s easy to enhance flavor of shrimp while pairing it with pasta in a single dish, Shrimp Puttanesca. This history of puttanesca sauce is interesting as it was developed in Naples by prostitutes to lure in potential customers who were hungry but also interested in other services.
 
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Originally an Italian peasant dish but now an Italian-American comfort food, Pasta e Fagioli is fairly quick to make and packed with flavor. See how to make pasta and bean soup in Episode 78
 
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Yes, prosciutto, which is the best of the Italian cured meats, can be made even better! Candied Prosciutto takes this popular Italian cold cut delicacy and makes it exponentially better. See how to make Candied Prosciutto at https://youtu.be/DMU-GTVae1A
 
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See how to make this bread at https://youtu.be/wi5WTGLGuRc
 
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Ciabatta bread, a classic Italian bread, was developed in response to the French Baguette that had spread across the country. Ciabatta is Italian word meaning slipper which also describes the shape and thickness of the bread. See how to make it at https://youtu.be/TzH7DEHlRcU
 
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Great cocktail! See how to make this at https://youtu.be/v46XYLMz1dw
london dry gin, sweet vermouth, compari
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Pane al Pomodoro (Tomato Bread) is an orange colored savory artisan bread that is packed full of flavor. Sun-dried tomatoes combined with a small amount of sautéed garlic and shallots make for an incredible taste while also making for a visually stunning bread. See how to make Pane al Pomodoro (Tom
 
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The inviting and intricate fragrances of baking bread and basil pesto combine to set an expectation that can only be met by a slice of Pesto Bread. This bread, with a brilliant green tint from the pesto, will impress your friends with the powerful burst of flavor and wonderful crust. See how to make.
 
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What to do with all that leftover Christmas turkey? Don’t waste the turkey that took you hours to prepare! Transform the traditional American Christmas turkey leftovers into an amazing Italian dish by making Turkey Bolognese! See how to use your leftover turkey in Episode 71 of POV Italian Cooking
 
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I put an Italian twist on a southern smoked meat by taking a Maple Bourbon pork belly recipe and replacing the bourbon with marsala to make a Maple Marsala Smoked Pork Belly.
Pork belly, BBQ Rub
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Italia-Americana pork recipe is possible! Smoked Porchetta in POV Italian Cooking episode 54. Dry rub on the outside & rosemary, sage & garlic on the inside. Few hours in the smoker & a great dinner!
Pork loin, Rosemary, Sage, Garlic
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Did you know that hummus is extremely simple to make? If you enjoy the taste of hummus then see how it is made in this episode of POV Italian Cooking. This base recipe of hummus can be flavored per your main dish, as a plating item or as a standalone appetizer.
garbanzo beans, olive oil, See video for ingredients!
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Point of View (POV) Italian Cooking was created for anyone who wants to learn how to cook, learn new techniques, or just laugh along with me while I cook. All videos are filmed by a home cook in the greater Columbus, Ohio area, and shared on YouTube for all to enjoy.

About POV Italian Cooking

Hobbies hiking, cooking, enjoying time with family
Food interests Italian cuisine
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