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Stanley Tucci: Searching for Italy is a six-part CNN Original Series that follows Academy Award nominee Stanley Tucci as he travels across Italy to discover the secrets and delights of the country’s regional cuisines. Follow along as Tucci explores how Italian cooking offers a glimpse into the country’s rich history and culture.

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I watched the Napoli and Tuscany episodes. I like this. Obviously, Anthony Bourdain is a complex act to follow. Tucci is reserved, more conventional - but he's not trying to be the new Bourdain - he's not trying to upstage him. He's his own man. He has his own story. It's not as heavy as a hit as Bourdain, but it has a welcome place in the food travel genre. And in the Covid pandemic environment where so little travel is possible, it's a welcome escape to a happier and more open planet earth.

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this dude is a beast - the medley of bistecca fiorentina on his grill looked amazing

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I watched the Napoli and Tuscany episodes. I like this. Obviously, Anthony Bourdain is a complex act to follow. Tucci is reserved, more conventional - but he's not trying to be the new Bourdain - he's not trying to upstage him. He's his own man. He has his own story. It's not as heavy as a hit as Bourdain, but it has a welcome place in the food travel genre. And in the Covid pandemic environment where so little travel is possible, it's a welcome escape to a happier and more open planet earth.

I enjoy this one too. He’s laid back and lets the food and people behind them shine.


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the first one was good..looking forward to tonights episode..nothing ground breaking but i can watch these type of shows all day if the host is a right fit..

we used to see him a lot at our local grocery store in the upper west side of NYC


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looks like Rome up tonight

i may need to have pasta at the ready

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the first one was good..looking forward to tonights episode..nothing ground breaking but i can watch these type of shows all day if the host is a right fit..

we used to see him a lot at our local grocery store in the upper west side of NYC

Did he often seem to be lost, searching for the Italian foods aisle?


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Nah he was more walking through delicious restaurants and neighborhoods and talking to interesting people

i just ate so much pasta and i had already had dinner

maybe my first post- Covid trip will be to Italy and I'll just eat food and drink wine for a few weeks

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I love italy so goddamn much. I can't wait to watch this.


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Nah he was more walking through delicious restaurants and neighborhoods and talking to interesting people

i just ate so much pasta and i had already had dinner

maybe my first post- Covid trip will be to Italy and I'll just eat food and drink wine for a few weeks

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The Argonaut wrote:
doug rr wrote:
the first one was good..looking forward to tonights episode..nothing ground breaking but i can watch these type of shows all day if the host is a right fit..

we used to see him a lot at our local grocery store in the upper west side of NYC

Did he often seem to be lost, searching for the Italian foods aisle?

never...I always saw him at citarella...man do i miss that place..anyway, last night episode in Rome was good..need some cacio e pepe this week


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doug rr wrote:
The Argonaut wrote:
doug rr wrote:
the first one was good..looking forward to tonights episode..nothing ground breaking but i can watch these type of shows all day if the host is a right fit..

we used to see him a lot at our local grocery store in the upper west side of NYC

Did he often seem to be lost, searching for the Italian foods aisle?

never...I always saw him at citarella...man do i miss that place..anyway, last night episode in Rome was good..need some cacio e pepe this week

same here - want to try the 70/30 pecorino/parmesan mix.


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doug rr wrote:
The Argonaut wrote:
doug rr wrote:
the first one was good..looking forward to tonights episode..nothing ground breaking but i can watch these type of shows all day if the host is a right fit..

we used to see him a lot at our local grocery store in the upper west side of NYC

Did he often seem to be lost, searching for the Italian foods aisle?

never...I always saw him at citarella...man do i miss that place..anyway, last night episode in Rome was good..need some cacio e pepe this week

same here - want to try the 70/30 pecorino/parmesan mix.


i was glad when he leaked that secret

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I keep trying to make fun of the goofy name of this show, but no one will engage me. I should've known better than to try to mess with the Tucci Gang


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doug rr wrote:
The Argonaut wrote:
doug rr wrote:
the first one was good..looking forward to tonights episode..nothing ground breaking but i can watch these type of shows all day if the host is a right fit..

we used to see him a lot at our local grocery store in the upper west side of NYC

Did he often seem to be lost, searching for the Italian foods aisle?

never...I always saw him at citarella...man do i miss that place..anyway, last night episode in Rome was good..need some cacio e pepe this week


on the UES the Citarella is on the corner and at one point it had an attached bar/resto on the adjacent side of the corner (under a different name). they had a dollar oysters happy hour every week, which I used to hit up often. one time I actually found a baby pearl inside. not sure what happened to it

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Saw the Naples episode and loved it. I can’t wait for the Bologna episode. One of my favorite cities on earth.

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Saw the Naples episode and loved it. I can’t wait for the Bologna episode. One of my favorite cities on earth.

i really want to go to bologna..my wife said its her favorite food city in italy


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