The kitchen TV shows that keep us company in quarantine – Italian Cuisine

The kitchen TV shows that keep us company in quarantine


To spend some time, have fun and learn something useful. Do not miss the two specials on Easter cakes (because we will celebrate it despite everything)

Many of us have taken advantage of these days of quarantine to devote himself to the stove, you want for the need not to be able to do the shopping every day (and so on to bread is homemade cakes), you want for a rediscovered passion or for a simple pastime. There are those who work with imagination and experimentation, those who rely on grandmother's cookbooks, those at magazines, those looking for new ideas of dishes online and those who, given that we have more hours available to watch TV, are inspired by cooking television programs. Some of those that are broadcast live, such as the twenty year anniversary Test of the Cook on Rai 1, were temporarily suspended due to the emergency Coronavirus, but we can count on recordings and first visions.

Italian recipes – Rete4

On Rete 4, from Monday to Saturday at 11.20, Davide Mengacci and Anna Moroni, the most famous home cook on TV, go in search of recipes and curiosities of the cuisine of our country and prepare four-handed delicacies. In every episode of Italian recipes an ad hoc menu is proposed from which to take inspiration.

Chefs of Italy, TV8

Until March 29, on TV8, from Monday to Friday, at 19.30, the new episodes of Chefs of Italy-The Championship of the Regions. Alessandro Borghese, flanked by judges Gennaro Esposito and Cristiano Tomei, leads the challenge between 20 professional chefs, each from a different Italian region to compete for the title of new Best Regional Chef in Italy. From March 30 to April 24, the program will continue to keep you company with the eleventh season reruns.

Antonino Chef Academy, TV8

Until April 15, every Wednesday at 9.15 pm, the episodes of Antonino Chef Academy will be available in the clear on TV8. Ten young chefs compete to win a place at the stove in the famous kitchen of Villa Crespi, the star restaurant of chef Antonino Cannavacciuolo, who plays the role of professor and mentor for competitors.

Two Easter specials on TV8

The "Nordic" Andrea Tortora and the "Mediterranean" Sal De Riso will be the protagonists of two unpublished specials on Easter cakes, broadcast on Sky Uno and NOW TV on 9 and 10 April, at 7.50 pm, and in reply on TV8 the 12 and 13 April, at 12.00. In the episode of Andrea Tortora, the pastry chef will show his interpretation of the dove and the chocolate egg, then he will land on the Amalfi Coast where with Sal De Riso he will make another Easter cake revisiting the tradition. In the episode of Sal De Riso, the master pastry chef will guide us to discover the Pastiera, the Easter cake from Naples par excellence, preparing it in personal variations such as the "Puffed Puff", then he will reciprocate Andrea Tortora's visit with a stop in the north.

Homemade for you, Real Time and Food Network

From his farmhouse in the Marche, the food blogger Benedetta Rossi reveals recipes, tricks and tips for the success of each dish. Everything seems easier with her! The new episodes of the third season of Homemade for you they are broadcast every Saturday at 2.45 pm on Real Time and Food Network (channels 31 and 33 of digital terrestrial).

Family Food Fight, Sky Uno

Every Thursday at 9.15 pm on Sky Uno (Sky channel 108), the first Italian edition of Family Food Fight, the first cooking show where families and their culinary habits challenge each other in a competition based on the ability to bring their own and most authentic tradition to the plate. An unpublished trio of judges judging the dishes and the behavior of the families: Antonino Cannavacciuolo, Joe Bastianich and his mother Lidia Bastianich.

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