Ciao Italia with Mary Ann Esposito

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In celebration of the new exhibit America’s Kitchens, Heritage Museum and Gardens will host a cooking demonstration and book signing by Mary Ann Esposito.

Star of America's longest-running cooking program, "Ciao Italia with Mary Ann Esposito”, Mary Ann has shown home cooks how to prepare authentic Italian cuisine in their own kitchens for over 21 years. She is also the creator and host of PBS series Ciao Italia and author of eleven successful cookbooks, including Ciao Italia Slow and Easy and Ciao Italia Pronto! She lives in Durham, New Hampshire. Join us for this deliciously entertaining program.

Fee which includes food tastings is $25 for Members and $30 for Non-Members of the museum. Purchase tickets online or by calling 508.888.3300 ext. 102.

Saturday, May 21, 2011
2:00 - 4:00 p.m.

Heritage Museum & Gardens, located at 67 Grove Street, Sandwich, MA 02563-2147.

Register here: http://www.heritagemuseumsandgardens.org/event/show/457

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john's avatar

john said on April 16, 2011

i love maryann's tv show and her recipes easy and delicilous john
Angela's avatar

Angela said on April 21, 2011

I love your show, and my mom is the one who told me to watch you, and I have been watching you ever since.
I love to bake, and you are truly an inspiration to anyone who has a passion for baking and traditon..
Thank you.
Angela.
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Stephanie said on April 30, 2011

I love you show. It reminds me of home. As a kid my mom always watched your show on saturday afternoons. Also, its nice to see southern italian cooking done RIGHT. I moved to Seattle and have yet to find italian cooking out here thats true southern italian, so I prefer to cook myself. Much more common out east. Wish youd come visit here!
Jimmy's avatar

Jimmy said on May 06, 2011

Before the days of the Food Network, the Giada's, & the Mario Batalli's... there was Mary Ann Esposito! - Nobody else comes close to her in Italian cooking and her teaching skills in doing so.. the 'old way'.

I have watched Ciao Italia since when I was a young teen, & Mary Ann is the best!

The videos attached to each recipe here is a wonderful addition.
Thomas's avatar

Thomas said on May 15, 2011

Mary Ann is great!
Harry Abbate's avatar

Harry Abbate said on June 23, 2011

Your show is one of the best cooking shows around. Keep up the good work thank you