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Chef Jonathan Waxman Explores Italian, His Way

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Chef Waxman's new radio series is based on this recently released cookbook.

1 Chef Waxman's new radio series is based on this recently released cookbook.

Outside eating area at Barbuto.

2 Outside eating area at Barbuto.

Chef Waxman's Italian Brasserie in New York City's West Village.

3 Chef Waxman's Italian Brasserie in New York City's West Village.

The kitchen table - which Chef Waxman refers to as his

4 The kitchen table - which Chef Waxman refers to as his "favorite spot" in his new book.

The open kitchen at Barbuto.

5 The open kitchen at Barbuto.

This open-fire oven is visible from the dining area of the restaurant.

6 This open-fire oven is visible from the dining area of the restaurant.

The view of the bar and dining room from Barbuto's kitchen.

7 The view of the bar and dining room from Barbuto's kitchen.

Jonathan speaking with his guests from his kitchen table.

8 Jonathan speaking with his guests from his kitchen table.

Jonathan welcoming his guests to the table.

9 Jonathan welcoming his guests to the table.

Florence Fabricant and Colman Andrews speaking with Jonathan.

10 Florence Fabricant and Colman Andrews speaking with Jonathan.

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Jonathan listening intently to his guests.

13 Jonathan listening intently to his guests.

Florence sharing with Jonathan her first experiences with Italian food.

14 Florence sharing with Jonathan her first experiences with Italian food.

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Chef Tom Colicchio explaining how he makes his favorite Italian dish.

17 Chef Tom Colicchio explaining how he makes his favorite Italian dish.

Food writer, Colman Andrews sharing his experience and expertise on Italian cuisine.

18 Food writer, Colman Andrews sharing his experience and expertise on Italian cuisine.

Jonathan and his guests enjoying themselves.

19 Jonathan and his guests enjoying themselves.

Colman Andrews, Jonathan Waxman, Tom Colicchio and Florence Fabricant

20 Colman Andrews, Jonathan Waxman, Tom Colicchio and Florence Fabricant

Yesterday, Martha Stewart Living Radio premiered "Italian, My Way," a special four-week radio series hosted by celebrated chef Jonathan Waxman.  Broadcasting live from Barbuto, his restaurant in New York's West Village,  the series launched in conjunction with the release of chef Waxman's latest cookbook, "Italian, My Way:  More Than 150 Simple and Inspired Recipes That Breathe New Life into Italian Classics." 

Joining Jonathan to help kick off his first show were chef Tom Colicchio, chef and owner of Craft restaurants and head judge of Bravo's "Top Chef," Florence Fabricant, food and wine columnist for the New York Times' Dining section and Colman Andrews, editorial director of The Daily Meal.

Jonathan's guests spoke candidly about Italian food "their way," revealing everything from their favorite dishes to pasta preferences.  If you missed yesterday's show, you have another chance to catch it this Thursday at 4 p.m. ET on Martha Stewart Living Radio, Sirius 112 and XM 157 or hear some of the highlights below.  Don't forget to tune in every Tuesday at 1 p.m. ET, now through May 3rd!

Colman Andrews demystifies pesto:

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Florence Fabricant explains what she looks for when buying pasta:

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Tom Colicchio shares his favorite Italian meal to make at home for his family:

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Jonathan Waxman's thoughts on family-style meals:

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Florence on family-style meals and how the most festive dishes are those that deserve to be shared:

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Jonathan explains the three types of pastas:

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Tom on why he started serving family style meals:

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