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GiadaDeLaurentiis

GiadaDeLaurentiis
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Los Angeles, CaliforniaJoined in Jul 2018
Chef, Mother, Italian, Traveler. Follow @Giadzy for my Italy travel tips
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La CapanninaOct 2018
The antipasti spread at La Capannina in Capri. Went 3x on our last trip! Incredible food.... family owned & run!
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Italy and 2 more locationsOct 2018
Capri is known for lemons.... don't miss this granita stand if you go!
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Sep 2018
This hidden rooftop bar in the center of the Rome hosts a truly unforgettable view
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Italy and 1 more locationSep 2018
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Aug 2018
From dining al fresco on those gorgeous piazzas (don’t worry, many have heat lamps) to the best dolci in town (When in Italy!) these are my favorite Florentine spots for any time of the year.
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Le Cou Cou RestaurantAug 2018
The eggy "comme un clafoutis" at Le CouCou in NYC is the ultimate pancake upgrade!
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AmagansettAug 2018
Balsam Farms in Amagansett.... my favorite farm stand. Great farm grown produce and flowers, corn on the cob & delish homemade pies and jams
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Le Sirenuse Hotel and 11 more locationsAug 2018
My fave spots in Positano!
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Aug 2018
4 Leoni... This trattoria on the Piazza della Passera has a nice big outdoor patio that gets lovelier as dusk falls. They are famous for their fiocchetti di pera (pasta with taleggio and pear), but I’m partial to the melon salad, veal chop and, for il dolci, the chocolate cake and cheesecake! Why choose when you can have them both?
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Aug 2018
When it came time to get the family together for a massive reunion during my recent trip to Italy.... I knew there was only one place for us to go. Bonus... it's Aunt Raffy approved too :) We loved the unusual pesto lasagna and risotto with sweet prawns, and of course the warm, housemade focaccia was a major hit.
Ristorante Ippogrifo has been a fixture in Genoa for almost 30 years... Ippogrifo specializes in Ligurian dishes, including pesto alla genovese, made with locally grown pine nuts and extra-fragrant fresh basil. The region is also known for its focaccia, delicate local olive oil, and fresh seafood.
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