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By definition, family recipes are often passed down from generation to generation. Thanks to Mo Rocca, some of those recipes are now being shared with America. Rocca has fond memories of the ravioli his grandmother prepared for the family on Sunday nights but never got the recipe for it. He's trying to soothe that regret by visiting other people's grandparents across the U.S. to learn how to make their personal recipes. They lovingly -- and patiently -- teach Rocca their specialties while sharing inspiring personal stories and entertaining family anecdotes. Rocca -- a former ``Daily Show'' correspondent -- says making the show is an ``unforgettable journey,'' but he warns (in a tongue-in-cheek fashion): ``If you hate grandmothers and home-cooked meals, you should not tune in.''
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Language: English Release Date: 19 February 2012 Genres: Cooking, How-to Theme: Discovery, Adventure, Pursuit Time Period: 2010s

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