We’re heading to the kitchen for this episode and learning about the popular pasta dish, le orecchiette. Mark and Francesca also discuss their recent trip to Milan and Stresa to film some content for the forthcoming Coffee Break Italian To Go video series. There’s also an explanation of how to translate “some” into Italian, based on a listener’s question. After this episode we’re taking a break and we’ll be back with the next episode of the Coffee Break Italian Magazine in August.
CBI Mag 1.05 | Cuciniamo le Orecchiette
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