Italian Home Cooking by Mark Juliano
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Hosted by: Mark Juliano
Phone Number: (724) 444-7444
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Title: EPISODE23 - Pork Chops alla Mark Juliano

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Past Episodes (23)

Time: Duration: Title: Recordings:
12/06/2006 11:56 PM EST
EPISODE23 - Pork Chops alla Mark Juliano
11/22/2006 11:05 PM EST
EPISODE22 - Italian Turkey Recipes
11/15/2006 11:50 PM EST
EPISODE21 - Thanksgiving Turkey Stuffing
11/08/2006 11:50 PM EST
EPISODE20 - Pasta al Mare (with Shellfish)
11/04/2006 12:24 AM EST
EPISODE19 - Tuscan Panzanella Salad
10/26/2006 11:42 PM EDT
EPISODE18 - Frittata
10/18/2006 11:15 PM EDT
EPISODE17 - Steak alla Pizzaiola
10/11/2006 11:23 PM EDT
EPISODE16 - 2 More Pasta Dishes
10/05/2006 11:15 PM EDT
EPISODE15 - Very Good Italian Meatloaf
09/27/2006 11:29 PM EDT
EPISODE14 - Pasta Primavera
09/20/2006 11:45 PM EDT
EPISODE13 - 3 Easy Pasta Sauces
09/13/2006 11:34 PM EDT
EPISODE12 - Veal & Chicken Piccata
09/06/2006 11:35 PM EDT
EPISODE11 - Eggplant Parmesan/Parmigiano
08/30/2006 11:35 PM EDT
EPISODE10 - Antipasto
08/29/2006 06:10 PM EDT
EPISODE9 - Lasagna


Easy going presentation - Reviewer: Quenton 11/21/06 11:53 PM EST
Full Comment: Jules, I found your podcast a couple of days ago and I have listened to your stuffing recipe and your spaghetti sauce recipe. Both sound delicious and I will try them. It's easy to tell that you love cooking and that you are an "experienced" cook, unlike myself. I have always loved Italian cuisine and I look forward to hearing more great recipes. Thank you for sharing your expertise. Les

A real Paisano! - Reviewer: LarryF 06/20/06 10:07 PM EDT
Full Comment: Very good recipes from a real Italian-American from New York City. Good dialog. I tried the Episode 2 meatball recipe. Molto Buono.

Nice 'Old Country' Rendition - Reviewer: tomc 06/12/06 08:18 AM EDT
Full Comment: I liked this talkcast. Mark does an excellent job conveying the basics of how true Italians make good sauce. I prefer San Marzano tomatoes from the soil of Mt. Vesuvius in Naples. I find them to have a much better taste than the Roma tomatoes. I also never use oregano in sauce unless it is for pizza. One small note: if using fresh basil, it should always be added at the very end just before serving.

Good Show - Reviewer: wolf 06/07/06 12:35 PM EDT
Full Comment: Being Italian, I found some tips that could make my cooking a little better or even just something different.

Clear and informative - Reviewer: PeterT1 05/22/06 11:16 AM EDT
Full Comment: As an Italian-American, I found this to be very accurate and should be informative for those looking to cook a traditional Italian sauce. Questions were also insightful and answered well.