We’re back for Season 6 (how did that happen?!) and what an honour to be joined on our first episode by the Oscar-nominated actor and writer, Stanley Tucci. You’ve seen him in The Devil Wears Prada, The Hunger Games, Julie and Julia, Supernova, Fortitude, and The Lovely Bones. He’s directed four movies, and recently won an Emmy for his new food and travel TV series, Stanley Tucci: Searching for Italy. As a foodie he’s written two delectable cookbooks, and his new memoir, Taste, is just as delicious.
This episode is a love letter to Italy, and of course to food. So let’s get started. Season 6, Stanley Tucci. Here we go!
– Vaison La Romaine, Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur, France
– Airelles Chateau de la Messardiere, Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur, France
- Vermont, USA
- Rome, Italy
- Florence, Italy
- New Paltz, Upstate NY, USA, Shonagun Mountains
- The Cotswolds
- Watergate Bay Hotel, Cornwall, England
- Mawgan Porth, Cornwall, England
- Cirencester, The Cotswolds, England
- The Lake District, England
- Zermatt, Austria
- Lake Como, Italy
- Rome, Italy
- Emilio Romagna, Italy
- Ischia, Italy
Stanley Tucci’s memoir ‘Taste’ is out now.
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