The World Can Taste Giada De Laurentiis' Food at Her First Restaurant Tonight

Jun 04, 2014 1058

Tonight's the night when Giada De Laurentiis finds out if people will not only like her California take on Italian cuisine but pay $68 for a 28-ounce bone-in Tuscan rib-eye.

Also of concern, how patrons pronounce her pasta dishes such as Spah-geh-tee and Boo-kah-tee-nee, which she helpfully phonetically spells out for the uninformed.

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