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In this television series, Mo Rocca is receiving cooking lessons from individuals from America; these individuals are grandfathers and grandmothers. It takes place in the United States of America and was released on February 19th, 2012. Basically in this television show Mo Rocca goes to visit other individual

My Grandmother's Ravioli is a series that is currently running and has 4 seasons (52 episodes). The series first aired on October 24, 2012.

Where do I stream My Grandmother's Ravioli online? My Grandmother's Ravioli is available for streaming on Cooking Channel, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch My Grandmother's Ravioli on demand at Amazon, Hulu, Vudu, Google Play, iTunes online.

Wednesday 8:30 PM et/pt on Cooking Channel
4 Seasons, 52 Episodes
October 24, 2012
Kids & Family
Cast: Mo Rocca
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My Grandmother's Ravioli Full Episode Guide

  • Mustachioed grandpa Vincent Pesiri of Clementon, NJ, 55, loves football and food. Together, Vin and Mo whip up some spicy crabs for the guys to eat while watching TV in the Man Cave.

  • Mo Rocca spends quality time with Alder Chapman, the president of LeBron James' Grandmothers Fan Club, and Pat Idley, the editor of the group's cookbook.

  • Mo meets smart and spunky Edna Mae Phillips from Ida Grove, IA.

  • If you like jelly and jam, you'll love Pittsburgh native Kathleen "Kitty" Kleber, who grows just about every kind of fruit in her backyard and then preserves it in jellies, jams and spreads.

  • Guelda Barker is a retired lunch lady who wowed the kids with all her many specialties. She wowed the kids with her many specialties, including spoon burgers, cinnamon rolls and ham and beans.

  • Sister Marie Pappas teaches Mo how to make sausage soup and pineapple cake.

  • Mo learns how to make Chinese delicacies from a 77-year-old grandfather who was born in Hong Kong and spent his working life managing a bustling Chinese restaurant in New York City's Chinatown.

  • Mo learns the secrets of Texas-style barbecue from Louis McMillan.

  • Mo goes hunting in the woods of Texas with Grandma Nona Flye, 75. Later, they cook up their bounty in her recreational vehicle.

  • Grandpa Bill "BK" Nuzum, 77, of El Reno, Okla., shows Mo what life and food were like on America's plains in the 19th century.

  • Julia Garay shows Mo how to make classic Hungarian entrees like goulash.

  • Meena, 70, and Amar Giri were born in Nepal and now reside in Amish country, Lancaster, Pa. This charming couple teaches Mo Rocca how to make the dumplings known (coincidentally) as momos.

  • In the fourth season premiere, Ruth Taube, a fixture of the Lower East Side, teaches Mo how to make a mean Matzo ball soup and farfel, as well as how to sew.

  • Join the very funny Mo Rocca as he learns to cook and discovers treasured family recipes and stories from grandparents in their kitchens across the country.

  • Aslaug Warmboe, originally from Iceland, shares some of the country's delicacies, and later teaches Mo how to prepare traditional Icelandic dishes.

  • Joenie Haas, mother-in-law to Andrew Zimmerman, host of Travel Channel's "Bizarre Foods," shows Mo the art of tater tot hot dish, Jello salad, and Christmas Jesus cake.

  • Mo Rocca learns from the Julia Child of Danish cooking when they host a luncheon together.

  • Thelma Brelesky, 90, of Waterford, Connecticut shows Mo how to prepare jumbo shrimp stuffed with scallops and breadcrumbs.

  • George Martin teaches Mo skills and beautiful traditions of his people, the Ojibwe Nation.

  • Michele Riggi and her husband Ron built a 20,000 sq foot castle made of stone on the main drag of Saratoga Springs, New York. Michele is also a great cook. She'll show Mo Rocca how to make a delectable Eggplant Parmigiana.

  • A southern transplant living in Detroit, Clida Ellison prefers food from her native town of Natchitoches, Louisiana. Mo learns how to make Clida's favorite Creole dishes - gumbo, pralines and stuffed crab.

  • Mo learns how to make roast chicken with three-nut stuffing and vegetable hash, plus a marble cake from two nurses.

  • Mo Rocca learns how to make Chicken Enchiladas from a Mexican Grandmother.

  • Grandma Suzanne Taylor, 61, of Marin County, CA came of age in the tumultuous 1960s - as a teenager she joined a bus of activists. Suzanne shows Mo Rocca how to forage for natural ingredients in the woods of Northern California.

  • Dave Pearson, 75, a chef with the Los Angeles Dodger organization for the past fifty years, trains Mo how to make his buddy Tommy Lasorda's favorite dish - lasagna - at Dodger Stadium, short ribs and green beans. Mo also learns once and for all what getting to third base means.

  • Ki Sook teaches Mo how to prepare delicious Korean specialties, including kimchi, mung bean pancakes and galbi - a traditional marinated grilled beef.