Michela’s Tuscan Kitchen – uktv Good Food

Michela’s Tuscan Kitchen is the ultimate guide to Italian food. She will take you round the foodie hotspots of Southern Italy, as she sets out to explore the dishes and ingredients unique to this emerging region. She thinks she knows Italian food – but, as she’ll find out, there is always more to learn, taste and discover.
The series pivot’s around Michela’s trip to Southern Italy’s vibrant markets, buzzing street food stalls, traditional producers and family-run trattorias. As Michela’s family hail from the North, there’ll be culinary surprises around every corner as this talented and excitable cook finds inspiration for some amazing new dishes she’ll cook back at home.
In each episode we’ll see Michela explore and sample local ingredients, recipes and ways of eating, before we cut to her kitchen to see her whip up delicious Italian dishes inspired by her experiences.

Michela’s Tuscan Kitchen will be airing on ukTV Good Food UK on Monday 13th February to Friday 24th February at 10am3pm and 8pm daily



You might also like

11 thoughts on “Michela’s Tuscan Kitchen – uktv Good Food

  1. I absolutely love Michaela’s Tuscan Kitchen and it’s inspired me with lots of recipes, including my favourite ingredients: tomato and basil. It’s made me yearn to visit Tuscany and I’ve placed it firmly at the top on my must visit places – particularly to try truffle!

  2. Is there a cookery book covering the recipes from Michela’s Tuscan Kitchen?

    (It is not me who has previously asked for this information)

    1. Hi Mary – Simply Italian, cooking with the Chiappa Sisters has some of the recipes, the rest can be found online. Sadly we don’t have all the recipes in one book.

  3. I love the music that is constantly played in the backgroundogs. Is there any way of finding out ?
    Brilliant show

    1. Hi Jude,
      We’re sadly not going to be much help here as we’re not sure what it is – sorry! We’re glad you liked the show though. Thanks

  4. The series will pivot around Michela s trip to Southern Italy s vibrant markets, buzzing street food stalls, traditional producers and family-run trattorias.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Pin It on Pinterest