Podcasts: Dining with Mino

Dining with Mino

The best in Italian cuisine with Mino from Buon Appetito in Westfield, Massachusetts

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Dining with Mino 3-15-15 Part Two

Mino’s head cook, Ross, talks about traveling to Sardinia with Mino to learn first-hand about authentic Italian cooking.

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Dining with Mino 3-15-15 Part One

Mino’s head cook, Ross, talks about traveling to Sardinia with Mino to learn first-hand about authentic Italian cooking.

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Dining with Mino 3-7-15 Part Two

Mino returns after a 3 month hiatus from the airwaves.

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Dining with Mino 3-7-15 Part One

Mino returns after a 3 month hiatus from the airwaves.

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Dining with Mino Nov. 22, 2014

Denise makes Mino’s recipe for Lentil soup, and Mino talks about how to properly store extra virgin olive oil from Italy, because prices are going up

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Dining with Mino Nov. 15, 2014

In this episode, Brian Lapis, chief meterologist for 22News and WHMP is a guest of the program. Mino also talks about all the authentic Italian soups he makes from scratch for his restaurant.

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Dining with Mino Nov. 8, 2014

In this episode, Denise and Jonathan talk about the menu items they love most at Buon Appetito

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Dining with Mino Nov 1, 2014

Mino tells about how to book your holiday office or family party at Buon Appetito, and discusses the new wine on his menu he tasted in Italy this summer.

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Dining with Mino Oct 25, 2014

Mino shares his recipe for Chicken Picatta and tells us about new Sardinian wines on his menu

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Dining with Mino Oct 18, 2014

Mino talks about being a wine consultant to the Windows on the World restaurant at the World Trade Center in NYC, and his recent visit to the 9/11 memorial

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