Login or register  

Season 3

27 :03x01 - Please Pass the Pig Stomach

Bonnie and Barry Boyer - 72 and 75 - of Nazareth, Pennsylvania teach Mo about their unique Pennsylvania Dutch traditions, language and cuisine. The dishes Mo and the Boyers prepare are delicious but not exactly light, low calorie fare - buttery potato filling, shoofly pie and stuffed pig stomach. Luckily Barry - a legendary local High School basketball coach - helps Mo burn some calories on the court by putting him through his paces.

Source: The Cooking Channel

28 :03x02 - Mung-ry for Korean Food

If you have trouble remembering Ki Sook Yoo's name, this 72-year-old grandmother from Laguna Woods, California, suggests you think of the words "Kiss You!" Ki Sook's life story of survival is beyond inspiring, but also is her ability to prepare delicious Korean specialties. Ki Sook shows Mo how to make kimchi, a staple in Korean cuisine and one of the ingredients in Ki Sook's mung bean pancakes. The main course is classic Seoul food - galbi - traditional marinated grilled beef.

Source: The Cooking Channel

29 :03x03 - A Home Run in the Kitchen

Mo meets the charming grandfather Dave Pearson, 75, who has been a chef with the Los Angeles Dodger organization for the past fifty years. Dave trains Mo to cook like a major leaguer without too many drops, errors or rookie mistakes. Dave shows Mo how to make his buddy Tommy Lasorda's favorite dish - lasagna - at Dodger Stadium, and later they prepare short ribs and green beans for a family dinner at his home. Mo also learns once and for all what getting to third base means.

Source: The Cooking Channel

30 :03x04 - A 'Shroom with a View

Grandma Suzanne Taylor, 61, of Marin County, California came of age in the tumultuous 1960s - as a teenager she left home to join a bus full of activists traveling around the country. On this episode, Suzanne shows Mo how to forage for natural ingredients in the woods of Northern California. Suzanne and Mo find some stinging nettles for a nettle frittata with a potato crust, and later they search for trumpet mushrooms to make a hearty mushroom galette. Suzanne's a trip!

Source: The Cooking Channel

31 :03x05 - Doris Spacer - Crispy Pork, Donuts and a Waltz

Doris, 88, is from Peabody Massachusetts, but her food is unmistakably Portuguese. Doris doesn't censor herself and has Mo in stitches as she teaches him roast pork, Portuguese donuts and a few nifty dance steps.

Source: The Cooking Channel

32 :03x06 - Casa de Maria Lopez

Mo Rocca learns how to cook Ecuadorian cuisine from Maria Lopez, a grandmother from Queens, N.Y. On the menu for dinner are classic national dishes such as a delicious fish appetizer Cerviche, and a hearty goat stew Seco de Chivo. To shop for the meal Mo visits Maria's favorite local butcher, who happens to practice Halal butchery and learns about the techniques and traditions for preparing the various meats.

Source: The Cooking Channel

33 :03x07 - Cookie Ohma - Ich Bin Ein Chef

Mo meets Hildegarde "Cookie Oma" Mahncke who lives in River Vale, N.J. Wearing leopard print outfits and being outspoken is Cookie's style ... she's no shrinking violet. She teaches Mo some classic recipes she was taught by her parents on a farm in the Black Forest region of Germany. The main course is rouladen (rolled up beef slices with pickle and other ingredients) and cabbage and for dessert -- plum cake. In addition to cooking, Mo talks to Cookie's husband Herman about his favorite hobbies -- carpentry and Elvis impersonation.

Source: The Cooking Channel

34 :03x08 - Vincent Esposito - Pasta, Pizza and Pumping Iron

Vincent, 57, who hails from Palm City, Florida, teaches Mo Rocca his father Pop's secret technique for making homemade mozzarella cheese along with some other delicious Italian specialties. Also, Vincent's cousin Sal stops by to make a shrimp bruschetta pizza and later Vincent and Mo pump some very serious iron.

Source: The Cooking Channel
Warning: My Grandmother's Ravioli guide may contain spoilers
Classification: Documentary
Genre: Cooking/Food | Educational | Family | How To/Do It Yourself
Status: Returning Series
Network: Cooking Channel ( USA)
Airs: Wednesdays at 08:00 pm
Runtime: 30 Minutes
Premiere: February 19, 2012
Episode Order: 13
There currently is no editor for this guide..
Click here to apply if you want to be the editor

Kylie Minogue Rules out 'Neighbours' 30th Return

International pop star Kylie Minogue, has refuted claims that she will be..

Alan Nursall Talks Extreme Machines Week on Discovery Canada's Daily Planet

The twentieth season of Discovery Canada's 'Daily Planet'..

WATCH: ‘Friends’ Stars Reunite In ‘Jimmy Kimmel Live' Skit

  If you were a fan of ‘Friends,’ (and let’s be serious, who..