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Floyd on Italy

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— What is Italian food?
Well it's not deep-pan pizza filled with chicken tikka pieces nor is it lasagne served with coleslaw, as the exuberant Keith Floyd demonstrates in his new seven-part series - or "gastronomic grand tour" as he prefers to call it.
In this first programme,
Liguria and Piedmont, he sets up his famous portable stove in a market square. Using regional produce he cooks red mullet in pesto sauce, then it's on to
Piedmont where he prepares bollito - a gargantuan meat stew - and goes truffle hunting with a local farmer.
Producer Michael Treen
Executive producer Robert Page
A Lifetime Broadcast production for BBCtv
Behind the scenes with Floyd and recipes SEE PAGES 24 and 38

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Unknown: Keith Floyd
Producer: Michael Treen

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