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Economic Depression and Dictators: Crash Course European History #37

Hi I’m John Green and this is Crash Course European History. So, despite improvement in living conditions across much of Europe after 1925, wartime resentments and disruption lingered. and then a momentous event in 1929 gradually turned into a wide-ranging disaster: in that year, the U.S. stock market crashed.What came after is known as the…

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Cheesy ham potato bake


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Transform Balsamic into Spun Sugar

At the Institute of Culinary Education we like to push the boundaries. In this case, I’m using balsamic, a savory ingredient and pastry to add balance and aesthetic appeal to a plated dessert. Balsamic Vinegar of Modena in the form of spun sugar achieves a high-sheen gold effect — and it melts in your mouth….

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Brilliant Baked Cannelloni | Gennaro Contaldo

Hey I’m here! I’m here! I can see you! Oh my god this is the beautiful cannelloni. Hi lovely people! Today I’m gonna make cannelloni! The most Italian recipe! You can make cannelloni with everything. The traditional one is spinach, ricotta, parmesan, a little nutmeg. This particular one it is with beef and pork. So…

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#1 “A Tuscany Dwelling” -Learn English – subtitles – Buttered ShortS – Robbyne Butter

A Tuscany Dwelling . Gianni Salvini drew the car to a halt and glanced at his client’s face. “I think you like it already yes?” he asked in a particularly pronounced Italian accent. Rosy beamed at him, “I love it already,” she stared at the little detached farmhouse Gianni had brought her to see with…

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Food52’s Piglet Tournament of Cookbooks: Tasting Rome vs. Taste of Persia

Hey everyone! Food52 is one of my favorite food web sites and culinary resources. Every year they hold this epic cookbook challenge called The Piglet. This year they asked me to be a judge and I was so honored, I couldn’t say no. The two books they assigned me were: Tasting Rome: Fresh Flavors and…

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How to Make Chicken Cutlets with Frank Pinello & His Nonna

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Eleven of My Favorite Italian Cookbooks

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Pasta Grannies share Rina’s recipe for orecchioni with butter & sage

Rina uses 300 grams of zero zero flour and three eggs she beats the eggs into the flour to make the dough which she needs for ten minutes then she covers it and leaves it to rest for the filling Rena uses a local cheese called romagnolo it’s like a firm cream cheese she also…

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This Rare Cheese Is Infested With Live Maggots

(mellow music) – [Narrator] On the Italian island of Sardinia, there’s a delicacy that has been consumed for thousands of years. It is known as the world’s most dangerous cheese. Yeah, you heard right. (mellow music) Meet Simone Ibba, a third generation sheep farmer. – [Narrator] Casu marzu literally means rotten cheese, and it’s not…

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