Many remember Fabio Viviani broke his finger on Season 5.
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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.
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!
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.
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.
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.
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.
Fabio takes tomatoes cold for his ultimate Gazpacho, a phenomenally deep-flavored, chilled soup. What’s the secret to making soup this good anytime of year? Hint: You don’t really need fresh tomatoes!
Fabio pan fries and bakes off the perfect eggplant parmesan. His layered masterpiece rivals any favorite vegetarian lasagna.