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(CNN) — With international travel still largely off the table, Italy lovers around the world are getting their fix any way and anywhere.
Cue Sunday nights and the transportive power of “Stanley Tucci: Searching for Italy,” which just wrapped up its first season on CNN.
Uncovering millennia of culinary history while weaving tales of local culture and real people, the show has had viewers salivating over the featured dishes and showcasing their own attempts to replicate them on Instagram and Twitter.
We’re confident in your abilities. But just in case your attempts haven’t quite hit the mark, CNN Travel reached out to the restaurants and chefs behind some of the most tantalizing Italian classics.
So while we’re awaiting season two, with appetites more than whetted, here are six of the recipes many viewers have been hankering after.
The recipes are listed in metric and US measurements and have been adapted for home use by the restaurant or chef.
Recipe courtesy of Claudio Gargioli and Fabrizio Gargioli (chef and owners)
This popular Roman trattoria serves up authentic cuisine from its enviable location in the shadow of the Pantheon…