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S7 E2: Best Loved Italian Recipes

Best Loved Italian Recipes

Everyone loves Italian and we have the best Italian recipes. First, salt baked pesce per due with braised greens, a simple but dramatic dish sure to impress from seafood expert David Pasternack. Then Philadelphia's best Italian chef Marc Vetri joins Sara to shop for ingredients for his father Sal's meatballs with pizza sauce, made in Sara's kitchen. And on Ask Sara, Sara shows a viewer an amazing trick for cutting olives and cherry tomatoes. Recipes: Salt baked pesce per due; Sal's meatballs.

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2019-09-05T00:00:00-07:00

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