Jun 1, 2020 by Gabriele Corcos

My friend Anthony Bourdain used to say: “When you travel, always try to skip airplane meals, only a few things are as exciting as arriving hungry in a new place”….

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May 25, 2020 by Gabriele Corcos

Deborah makes fun of me for this risotto, because she thinks it’s about forcing my love of melon and cured meats onto anything. That may be true, but this also grew…

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by Gabriele Corcos

This seafood/vegetable risotto is a staple in Italy’s coastal areas. Cooking the zucchini separately from the risotto is necessary for the uniformity of the dish, otherwise it would get too soft. This…

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Apr 25, 2012 by Gabriele Corcos

There is something incredibly special about rice. Aside from being a very political correct ingredient, affordable, with a long shelf life and always filling, it is probably the most versatile…

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May 21, 2008 by Gabriele Corcos

Debi and I called this Risotto alla Giorgio, it’s a dish inspired by our romantic dinners in one of our favorite restaurants in Malibu’, Giorgio Baldi. When I arrived in Los Angeles…

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Apr 1, 2008 by Gabriele Corcos

Risotto is one of those weird dishes. It can be intimidating from the very beginning, when it’s time to select your rice at your local grocery store… But at the end,…

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Sep 3, 2007 by Gabriele Corcos

We are at our third episode! Very happy about it. Today we had lunch with a delicious Risotto with Sausage and Asparagus to celebrate the arrival of Fall, and we…

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