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    Famous Chefs - Lidia Matticchio Bastianich

    Star of the public television series, LIDIA’S ITALIAN AMERICAN KITCHEN, Lidia Matticchio Bastianich is widely regarded as the “First Lady of Italian cuisine and restaurants in the United States.” She was born in Pola, Istria, a region formed by the Gulf of Trieste at the juncture of Italy and the former Yugoslavia, and she came to New York in 1958. Her television show, Lidia’s Italian American Kitchen, began airing in January, 2001 and is accompanied by her third cookbook by the same name, released in October 2001 (Knopf). Lidia’s Italian Table was released in September 1998 together with a companion book of the same name (William Morrow, 1998). In addition, Lidia is the author of the monthly column, Lidia’s Italian Table, distributed by Universal Press Syndicate.

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    This is from a Saveur, April 2005, article reviewing a book by Lidia Matticchio Bastianich, 'Lidia's Family Table'. It's simple yet sublime. I served with cheese and smoked salmon as antipasto and I can't wait to make again to take to my friends' house when we get together for our wine-tasting and chit-chat. Prep time includes overnight marinade and bringing to room temperature.

    Recipe #114798

    From the fabulous Lidia Bastianich, her recipe for Beef Short Ribs Braised in Red Wine. This is wonderful Sunday dinner comfort food and is easy to prepare once you master a bit of multi-tasking, reducing the wine while browning the ribs while the mushrooms soak, etc. I think mashed potatoes are the ultimate accompaniment for this...

    Recipe #112553

    I viewed the making of this chicken dish on Lidia's Italian Kitchen. It turned out as delicious as it looked and it's easy to make. It's a little time consuming, but well worth the wait. The fontina and proscuitto parma can be found in any supermarket or Italian specialty store. You will need an oven-safe 9 inch skillet.

    Recipe #113274

    1 Reviews |  By PanNan

    This is a recipe from Lidia's Italian American Kithchen. The traditional beans used in this recipe are the Italian string beans - the flat wide ones. Due to the acidity of the tomato sauce they will turn olive green in the cooking process. This recipe is posted by request. I haven't tried it yet.

    Recipe #113179

    A fruit dessert from Felidia restaurant in Manhattan (chef Lidia Bastianich). Cooking time is actually marinating time.

    Recipe #110278

    I am posting this recipe by Lidia Matticchio Bastianich by request of one of the members of the Italian cooking forum. I have never had a chance to try it myself but it looks and sounds fabulous, just like everything Lidia prepares on her TV show. I am guessing about the preparation time so if anyone tries this recipe, please let me know how long it took to prepare!

    Recipe #109303

    I am posting this recipe by Lidia Matticchio Bastianich by request of one of the members of the Italian cooking forum. It is a traditional Italian pork roast that is usually served for Christmas dinner but I would make it anytime as I love pork!

    Recipe #109305


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