Stanley Tucci On His Emmy Award Winning ‘Searching For Italy’ & He Rustles Up His Famous Negroni |TM

If you don’t love Stanley Tucci’s impressive Searching for Italy series, you probably don’t love food, and you definitely have no interest in Italy, as the series is an extreme deep-dive into both.

In this video, Tucci appeared on ITV’s This Morning to discuss his award winning TV show, and also to cook up some Negroni, while chatting to Holly and Phil.

This Morning published this video item, entitled “Stanley Tucci On His Emmy Award Winning ‘Searching For Italy’ & He Rustles Up His Famous Negroni |TM” – below is their description.

Oscar-Nominated star Stanley Tucci is serving up a slice of food heaven with his new documentary ‘Searching for Italy’. From creamy carbonaras in Rome to the world’s best pizza in Naples, Stanley will be sharing the secrets and delights of one of the world’s most popular cuisines. And after his cocktail skills went viral during lockdown – we’ll be washing it all down with his signature aperitif.

Broadcast on 23/02/22

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