Gennaro Contaldo - Cooking live in the Italian Kitchen on Saturday 18 June
BBC Good Food Show Summer 16 - 19 June 2022 NEC Birmingham
Gennaro Contaldo will be cooking live in the Italian Kitchen on Saturday 18 June. You can also see him around the Show in a live interview on the Let’s Talk Good Food Stage and at the Book Signing.Born in Minori on the Amalfi Coast, Gennaro is widely known as the Italian legend who taught Jamie Oliver all he knows about Italian cooking.Gennaro’s TV credits include the fabulous series ‘Jamie Cooks Italy’ where Gennaro introduced Jamie to a number of Italian nonnas and featured their many shared recipes and BBC2’s ‘Two Greedy Italians’ alongside the late great Antonio Carluccio. He also regularly appears as the Italian food expert and main guest chef on BBC1’s ‘Saturday Kitchen’ and Channel 4’s ‘Jamie and Jimmy’s Friday Night Feast’ and ‘Jamie’s Christmas’.
Today’s guest is one of the UK’s most loved chefs, Gennaro Contaldo. A key player in bringing his native Italian cuisine to British shores over recent decades, Gennaro’s written over a dozen best-selling Italian cookbooks and is the mentor to his protege Jamie Oliver, who credits Gennaro with teaching him everything he knows about Italian cooking, and Gennaro calls him his sixth child. You’ll have seen on numerous TV shows with Jamie, on Saturday Kitchen and on Two Greedy Italians, with the late great Antonio Carluccio. This episode is a real love letter to Gennaro’s homeland of Italy, bringing to life with such passion destinations like the Amalfi coast, Puglia, Sicily and the Aeolian Islands. So, fasten your seatbelts, and let’s get started.Destination Recap:Minori, Amalfi Coast, ItalyMonte Gargano, Puglia, Italy Monte Sant'Angelo, Italy: Saint Michael's CaveSalina, Aeolian Islands, Sicily, ItalyCatania, Sicily, ItalyStromboli, Aeolian Islands, Sicily, ItalyLipari, Aeolian Islands, Sicily, Italy Signum Hotel, Aeolian Islands, Sicily, Italy Naples, ItalyIndia Gennaro is an ambassador for Citalia and his latest recipe book Gennaro’s Limoni: Vibrant Italian recipes celebrating the lemon is out now.With thanks to…Clinique UK - Discover Clinique at World Duty Free today. Citalia - Discover the real Italy with Citalia, the UK’s leading Italian holiday specialistsVilla D’Este Hotel - Experience one of Europe’s grandest hotels, on the shores of Lake Como in Italy, for its 150th season. Visit villadeste.com to find out more.If you’re enjoying the podcast, then it would be wonderful if you could leave a rating or a review on your podcast app - it really makes a big difference because it helps other people to discover the podcast. And to hear future episodes as soon as they’re released don’t forget to hit subscribe or “follow” on your podcast app of choice.To find out who’s joining me on next week’s episode, come and follow me on Instagram, I’m @hollyrubenstein - I’d love to hear from you. If you can’t wait until then, there’s always the first six seasons to catch up on, with guests from Sir Michael Palin and Jo Malone, to Stanley Tucci and Raymond Blanc. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Patrick talks with Gennaro Contaldo about his new book released on the 14th October 2021 - Limoni.The interview was recorded using Zoom and is also available as a video podcast at https://youtu.be/pKl8wqmSlLoand Gennaro's new book can be ordered at Amazon by following this linkhttps://amzn.to/3mA93YY
Our latest guest on Grilling is a larger than life Italian, who has been a key player in bringing his native cuisine to British shores over recent decades. Born and raised on the Amalfi coast, Gennaro Contaldo started helping out in restaurants as a young boy, before moving to the UK in the late 60s. Initially, he worked in a fish and chip shop and then various London restaurants - including Antonio Carluccio’s restaurant on Neal Street. It was there he met Jamie Oliver, his protege, famously teaching him everything he knows about Italian cooking. Here we find out about chasing chickens, his loathing of bad British carbonara, foraging for mushrooms, and his profoundly significant relationships with Antonio and Jamie. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
This week, we're staying in the Mediterranean as Gilly sniffs the lemons of the Amalfi coast with everyone’s favourite Italian, Gennaro Contaldo.Since Gilly first met Gennaro, the conversation about food has changed: veganism, eating less but better to save the planet, regenerative farming for soil health, it’s a whole new language. But, as Gennaro shows us in his latest book, Limoni, it’s actually the very essence of the Mediterranean Diet. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Episode 140: Gennaro Contaldo on a life of food, eternal youth and his beloved Parmigiano Reggiano
The BALANCE podcast
In this episode Olly pairs Italian chef (and legend) Gennaro Contaldo with a 1701, Franciacorta Brut DOCG which just so happens to be a perfect accompaniment to the cheese of Italy, Parmigiano-Reggiano, that the two were snacking on. Find out more about Olly at ollysmith.com, or follow him on Instagram @ollysmith. This episode is brought to you by Parmigiano-Reggiano, the one and only Parmesan. 1701, Franciacorta Brut DOCG is available at shop.lescaves.co.uk
S02E03: Chatting with Gennaro Contaldo about Italian food, Jamie Oliver, and the late, great Antonio Carluccio
The FoodTribe Podcast
The legendary Gennaro Contaldo almost doesn't need an introduction. He's one of the UK's most loved chefs, he's widely known as the man who taught Jamie Oliver all he knows about Italian cooking, he spent time entertaining us with the late, great Antonio Carluccio on 'Two Greedy Italians', and he's written a dozen best-selling Italian cookbooks, covering everything from pasta through to slow cooking. He (virtually) stopped by for a chat about all of the above, his love of cheese – and gave his very strong opinions on pineapple on pizza and cream in Carbonara.
22: Gennaro Contaldo, Laura Riches, Francis Gimblett, Justine Murphy and Farhad Heydari
On this week’s biting talk we talk Parmigiano Reggiano with the great Italian chef Gennaro Contaldo, entrepreneur Laura Riches reveals her re-imagined Laylo wine-in-a box, we chat British cheese with expert Francis Gimblett and hear the moving story of cookery writer Justine Murphy. Plus mixologist Farhad Heydari has something stiff and strong for the weekend Follow William on Twitter and Instagram: @WilliamSitwell Produced by Front Ear Podcasts - www.frontearpodcasts.com (http://www.frontearpodcasts.com/) Edited by Nathan Copelin Music by David Cantello