My Grandmother's Ravioli

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  • 2012
  • 4 Seasons
  • 8.8  (66)

My Grandmother's Ravioli is a heartwarming and delicious cooking show that aired on Cooking Channel from 2012 to 2016. The show stars Mo Rocca as he visits grandparents in their homes and learns about traditional family recipes and the stories behind them. The show is a perfect blend of cooking, storytelling, and comedy that grips the audience from beginning to end.

Each episode of My Grandmother's Ravioli features Rocca visiting a different grandparent, learning about a traditional recipe that has been in their family for generations and cooking it for them. The show takes great pride in featuring grandparents from all across the United States and beyond, making it a truly multicultural and diverse experience. The grandparents come from all walks of life, from farmers to artists to musicians, but they all share a passion for cooking and sharing their stories.

Throughout the show, viewers get a glimpse into the lives of these incredible grandparents as they share their life stories and wisdom. Rocca is an excellent host and interviewer, connecting with each grandparent and making them feel at ease. His witty sense of humor and genuine interest in their lives make the show a joy to watch.

The cooking aspect of the show is equally impressive, as viewers get to learn how to make traditional dishes from scratch. From making homemade pasta to baking bread, Rocca and the grandparents take viewers on a culinary journey that is both educational and entertaining. The show emphasizes the importance of using fresh ingredients and taking the time to make food from scratch, rather than relying on pre-packaged foods.

One of the unique aspects of My Grandmother's Ravioli is that it doesn't shy away from the challenges of cooking. Rocca and the grandparents share their mistakes, mishaps, and funny anecdotes, creating a relaxed and relatable atmosphere. It's refreshing to see a cooking show that doesn't just show the final product but also the process and the humor that comes with it.

Another highlight of the show is the open and honest conversations Rocca has with the grandparents. They discuss everything from their childhood memories to their thoughts on the world today, making the show not just about cooking but about people and their stories.

My Grandmother's Ravioli is not just a cooking show, but a celebration of family, tradition, and culture. The show inspires viewers to connect with their own families and learn about their heritage. It's a reminder that food is not just about sustenance, but also about love, memories, and history.

In conclusion, My Grandmother's Ravioli is an excellent cooking show that is both informative and entertaining. It's a show that celebrates the importance of family, traditions, and cultural heritage. The rapport between Rocca and the grandparents is charming, and the cooking lessons are top-notch. The show is a perfect choice for anyone who loves cooking, family, and a good laugh.

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.

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12. LeBron Grandmothers' Fan Club
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11. If You Cook It, They Will Come
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10. Jam on it!
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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.
Walking On Ayr
9. Walking On Ayr
September 23, 2015
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, Sister
8. Sister, Sister
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Sister Marie Pappas teaches Mo how to make sausage soup and pineapple cake.
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7. Hard Boiled
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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.
Meat Louis McMillan
6. Meat Louis McMillan
September 2, 2015
Mo learns the secrets of Texas-style barbecue from Louis McMillan.
Pretty Flye for a Grandma
5. Pretty Flye for a Grandma
August 26, 2015
Mo goes hunting in the woods of Texas with Grandma Nona Flye, 75. Later, they cook up their bounty in her recreational vehicle.
Bill and Mo's OK Episode
4. Bill and Mo's OK Episode
August 19, 2015
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.
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3. Goulash Is a Soup Not a Stew
August 12, 2015
Julia Garay shows Mo how to make classic Hungarian entrees like goulash.
Meena, Mo and the Momos
2. Meena, Mo and the Momos
August 5, 2015
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.
Lower East Side Story
1. Lower East Side Story
July 29, 2015
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.
Where to Watch My Grandmother's Ravioli
My Grandmother's Ravioli is available for streaming on the Cooking Channel website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch My Grandmother's Ravioli on demand at Discovery+, Amazon Prime, Amazon, Vudu, Google Play and Apple TV.
  • Premiere Date
    October 24, 2012
  • IMDB Rating
    8.8  (66)