The Chefs' Table Series TV Show
Shrimp Siciliano: Quick Easy Cooking Instructions from Chef/Owner Vinny Marino of The Brickhouse Cafe
Chef/Owner Vinny Marino visits us again on The Chefs’ Table Series TV Show and demonstrates to co-host and friend Joe Murphy and the LIVE audience how to make a signature dish on his menu: Shrimp Siciliano.
The show was taped at the Mother Brook Arts & Community Center, located at 123 High Street, Dedham MA 02026.
John-Paul Kaminga of Blanchard’s Wines & Spirits in Jamaica Plain explains to co-host Carol O’Connor why he chose Mastro Greco Campania 2012 to pair with Vinny’s dish.
Steve LaCount of Chiara Bistro shows us how to remove the seeds from a pomegranate for this week’s Chef’s Tip.
Margery Gann of Ethos shares two nutritional tips: what is portion size, servings, calories and how it affects our health. Next, Margery talks about leafy dark greens. There are many benefits to eating these types of vegetables: low in calories, phytochemicals, help to continue well-being and loaded with nutrients. She explains how best to prepare and cook these nourishing vegetables.
For the restaurant interview, Carol O’Connor visits Vinny Marino at his restaurant The Brickhouse Cafe in Dedham where they talk about food, fitness regime and health.
RECIPE: SHRIMP SICILIANO
1/4 lb. linguini
2 oz olive oil
2 oz mushrooms
1 oz pimento
6-8 broccoli florets
flour for dredging
1 oz garlic
2 oz white wine
2 oz onion
1 pad butter
1 squirt tabasco
1 squirt worchester sauce
Sauté the shrimp in hot olive oil and garlic after dredging through the flour.
Add mushrooms and pimentos.
Add wine and clam broth
Add broccoli after shocking in it hot boiling water.
Place the pasta on the dish
Cover with the broccoli and Bianco sauce
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