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21 APR 2018 / ID 000000038
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Osso Buco, which translates as “hole of bone” is pure meaty awesomeness. Placing on a bed of risotto or polenta pays tribute to Osso Buco’s roots and takes this Italian comfort food to another level. Traditionally, Osso Buco is made with veal but see how I make Beef Osso Buco, a carnivorous wreath.
 
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Looking for an easy alternative to a traditional seafood boil? Need a simple recipe that works for both fresh or frozen seafood? If so, you need to see my Easy Seafood Pot recipe in episode 108 of POV Italian Cooking
 
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Risotto doesn't always have to be the star of a dinner menu, it can also serve as a great bed for another dish which it does in episode 106 of POV Italian Cooking where I make a simple Beef Tomato Risotto. This risotto serves as the bed upon which Beef Osso Buco will rest in the next episode (#107).
 
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It can be difficult to make a perfect hard-boiled egg that has a creamy yolk and a tender white. Overcooking a hard-boiled egg, which is easy to do, results in a chalky and sometimes greenish yolk, a rubbery egg white and a slightly sulfuric taste. In this video I demonstrate how I use my sous vide to get the perfect hard-boiled egg.
 
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Every culture around the world has some type of flatbread that dates back to the oldest recorded history. One popular flatbread with a Naan which was first recorded by an Indian poet back in 1300 AD. Naan is traditionally made in a tandoor oven with very high heat. You can make a homemade version
 
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Traditional humus is made from garbanzo beans (also called chickpeas), tahini, extra virgin olive oil, garlic, lemon juice, salt and other flavorful ingredients. This outstanding spread dates back to Egypt in the 13th century and remains a popular Middle Eastern and Mediterranean cuisine. See how
 
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Pâté sounds intimidating to make but this Chicken Liver Pâté recipe is simple and inexpensive yet has a magnificent flavor. This recipe combines the flavors of chicken livers, onions, garlic, white wine and capers into a creamy, smooth and decadent topping for toasted bread or crackers.
 
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If you love limoncello then you may want to give Orangecello a try! In this short video I share how to modify the Limoncello that I made in episode 91 of POV Italian Cooking to make Orangecello.
 
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The Roasted Red Pepper Semolina Focaccia recipe in the latest video from POV Italian Cooking is packed full of flavor but still an easy bread to make at home. This Italian flatbread will be your favorite after just one bite!
 
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Sizzling extra thick angus sirloin steaks infused with flavor from a tequila, lime, cilantro and garlic marinade. These thick, meaty steaks are sizzling on a flat top griddle with shredded potatoes simmering in ghee butter on one side and tequila lime marinated mushrooms on the other.
 
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Burgers sizzling on the grill is the definitive sound of summer in America. Hamburgers with 80 lean meat and 20 fat, that are featured in this video, makes juicier, more flavorful Burgers. A heavy coating of course kosher salt, pepper and other seasonings make for an unbelievable salt-crusted sear.
 
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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.

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