THE FOOD SEEN 052819: Piatti with Stacy Adimando

On today’s episode of THE FOOD SEEN, Stacy Adimando, Saveur magazine’s EIC, began and her pursuit of the most perfect antipasti as a way to find fullness in family, but during a solo trip to the most southwestern tip of Italy’s boot, she met her grandfather’s cousins, their kids, grandkids … and bonded over plates after plates of so-called appetizers. These dishes inspired her book, “Piatti: Plates and Platters for Sharing, Inspired by Italy”; whether we’re talking about her Grandma Stella’s Broccolini Frittata, or Nanny’s Veal Braciolini (taught to Adimando by her 100-year-old Great-Uncle Joe), these family recipes are the best parts of her Italian-American upbringing, and is proud to bring them to your families’ tables too.

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*photo by  Linda Pugliese , courtesy of  Chronicle Books

*photo by Linda Pugliese, courtesy of Chronicle Books

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