Marc Vetri | Mastering Pasta: The Art and Practice of Handmade Pasta, Gnocchi, and Risotto

Recorded Mar 26, 2015
Direct Download: 20150326-marcvet.mp3

A “singular leader for his generation” (Philadelphia Inquirer) of chefs, South Philly native Marc Vetri brings a bold, contemporary sensibility to the classic Italian cuisine served at his seven local restaurants, including the eponymous Vetri, heralded by Chef Mario Batali as “possibly the best Italian restaurant on the East Coast.” Winner of the 2005 James Beard Best Chef Mid-Atlantic Award, Chef Vetri created his Foundation for Children in 2009 to promote healthy eating and lifestyle choices among at-risk youth. The author of two previous cookbooks, the virtuoso chef celebrates and explains the fine art of pasta-making in his new book.

In conversation with Maureen Fitzgerald, food editor, Philadelphia Inquirer

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