Chow Ciao Season 2 – Osso Buco: The Meat of Kings

Posted by on Sep 17, 2012 in Fabio Internet Show Chow Ciao on Yahoo.com, Season Two, Videos | 0 comments

An out-of-control, restaurant-quality Osso Buco (Italian for “hole in the bone”) is easier than you might think. Fabio shows how to sear a meat shank in a cast iron pot and braises his masterpiece to a glorious finish in the oven.

Chow Ciao Season 2 – Pasta and Bean Soup

Posted by on Sep 10, 2012 in Fabio Internet Show Chow Ciao on Yahoo.com, Season Two, Videos | 0 comments

Nothing is better for families on a budget than the classic Pasta E Fagioli, Fabio’s super simple and delicious one pot soup with pasta and beans. It’s so flavorful, you’ll forget that it’s VEGETARIAN!

Chow Ciao Season 2 – Chicken Parmesean

Posted by on Sep 7, 2012 in Fabio Internet Show Chow Ciao on Yahoo.com, Season Two, Videos | 0 comments

Fabio kicks off going back to school with the best chicken parmesan recipe from his childhood. The secret is a perfectly fried chicken breast that stays crisp under mounds of Parmesan, marinara sauce and silky Mozzarella.

Chow Ciao Season 2 – Butternut Squash Ravioli

Posted by on Sep 7, 2012 in Fabio Internet Show Chow Ciao on Yahoo.com, Season Two, Videos | 0 comments

Fabio reveals how to choose the best squash and restaurant secrets on how to turn it into a perfect buttery textured filling wrapped up in decadent ravioli.

Chow Ciao Season 2 – Penne with Vodka Cream Sauce

Posted by on Sep 7, 2012 in Fabio Internet Show Chow Ciao on Yahoo.com, Season Two | 0 comments

Fabio and Lou Diamond Phillips rock the kitchen with PENNE ALLA VODKA, featuring a flavorful, simple sauce made in less than 20 minutes. When the spirits start flowing, the flavor and the fun get rolling.

Chow Ciao Season 2 – Chicken Cacciatore

Posted by on Sep 7, 2012 in Fabio Internet Show Chow Ciao on Yahoo.com, Season Two | 0 comments

When Fabio bathes bone-in chicken legs in his marinara sauce, he comes up winning big game. It’s his Chicken Cacciatore, based on the Italian peasant food he ate as a child, and is so good, so cheap and so easy.