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Web Series Calls on Grandchildren to Preserve Grandmas’ Recipes From Around the World

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The Grandmas Project is a web series that invites filmmakers to submit short movies about their grandma’s beloved recipes

They are preserving “the world’s most delicious heritage.”

Whenever you ask the most powerful names in the culinary industry, from Mario Batali to Marcus Samuelsson, where their careers began, they usually have the same answer: in grandma’s kitchen. There’s just something about grandma’s recipes — that ask for “just a pinch of” an ingredient and existed long before Pinterest — that are worth admiring.A web documentary, The Grandmas Project, is trying to preserve grandma’s kitchen through a series of short movies from popular filmmakers.

The idea is to connect some of grandma’s recipes and culinary heritage through movies filmed by their grandchildren. The concept began in 2013 after filmmaker Jonas Pariente’s own grandmother passed away. He had been filming his two grandmothers in the kitchen since 2005, and realized “the story I wanted to tell, that of bringing together food, a history of the 20th century and very intimate, personal stories, could be written by multiple hands.”

Since then there have been multiple eight-minute films created showcasing recipes like Brazilian Mehchi (stuffed eggplant) and knedle (East European plum dumplings). The call for more recipe videos was just closed July 16, and Pariente will soon release a new batch of videos from professional and amateur filmmakers featuring the best cook in all the land: Nana.


Stanley Tucci delighted fans yet again by making a quarantini at brother-in-law John Krasinski's virtual dinner party

John Krasinski has been hosting a weekly show on YouTube called "Some Good News" since quarantining in his home. This Sunday's episode featured a dinner party segment where the actor called on some of his celebrity chef friends — and his brother-in-law Stanley Tucci, whose wife Felicity is Emily Blunt's sister— to make viewers' family recipes.

On Tuesday, Krasinski put a call out to his followers on Twitter asking them to share their favorite family recipes for an upcoming segment.

He chose four recipes to feature on the show and brought each home cook on for a cameo.

Krasinski asked Martha Stewart to make pierogi, he gave chicken cacciatore to David Chang, assigned sloppy joes to Guy Fieri, and tapped Tucci (the newly appointed mixology master) for a quarantini.

Tucci — who recently went viral with his negroni recipe — tried his hand at Nana's quarantini, which is made with a lot of vodka.

"Vanilla vodka, she said two shots, that's two shots," Tucci said as he talked through the 90-year-old grandmother's recipe. "Orange vodka, two shots. I won't be walking after this," he added.

Watch Nana make the quarantini below.

When Stewart tried her hand at a fan's pierogi, she thought it tasted familiar.

"Your grandma's recipe is very similar to my mother's recipe, which is my go-to," Stewart told fan Sara Szymanski, who got to watch a video of the celebrity chef and lifestyle queen make her family's pierogi after sharing the recipe with Krasinski.

"Sara, I hope I did your recipe proud," Stewart said.

Szymanski told Insider the experience was "truly the highlight of my quarantine."

And Chang said his wife loved the chicken cacciatore recipe submitted by fan Shannon Angus (who goes by @Basmati4u on Twitter).

"Shannon, I'm not kidding you, my wife says it was the best thing she's eaten during quarantine," Chang of Momofuku told @Basmati4u.

The "Ugly Delicious" host said he was a big fan of the way her recipe called for wine for cooking, but also for drinking. "More recipes need to have that," he said.

As for Fieri, he and his family "had a blast" making a variation of sloppy joes featuring jalapeños and topped with thin, fried onion rings.

Krasinski took the opportunity to talk about Fieri's work with the Restaurant Employee Relief Fund. As of Sunday, the fund had raised more than $20 million for restaurant employees around the country.

Fieri spoke with Insider in early April about the fund.

"Restaurants have been serving us for so long now is a chance for us to serve them," he told Insider. Through the fund, restaurant industry employees can apply for a one-time $500 grant.

While the featured recipes haven't been posted at the time of writing, Krasinski tweeted that he'll be sharing all four soon.

Watch the full episode of "Some Good News" below:

For more stories like this, sign up to get Life Insider Weekly directly into your inbox.


Stanley Tucci delighted fans yet again by making a quarantini at brother-in-law John Krasinski's virtual dinner party

John Krasinski has been hosting a weekly show on YouTube called "Some Good News" since quarantining in his home. This Sunday's episode featured a dinner party segment where the actor called on some of his celebrity chef friends — and his brother-in-law Stanley Tucci, whose wife Felicity is Emily Blunt's sister— to make viewers' family recipes.

On Tuesday, Krasinski put a call out to his followers on Twitter asking them to share their favorite family recipes for an upcoming segment.

He chose four recipes to feature on the show and brought each home cook on for a cameo.

Krasinski asked Martha Stewart to make pierogi, he gave chicken cacciatore to David Chang, assigned sloppy joes to Guy Fieri, and tapped Tucci (the newly appointed mixology master) for a quarantini.

Tucci — who recently went viral with his negroni recipe — tried his hand at Nana's quarantini, which is made with a lot of vodka.

"Vanilla vodka, she said two shots, that's two shots," Tucci said as he talked through the 90-year-old grandmother's recipe. "Orange vodka, two shots. I won't be walking after this," he added.

Watch Nana make the quarantini below.

When Stewart tried her hand at a fan's pierogi, she thought it tasted familiar.

"Your grandma's recipe is very similar to my mother's recipe, which is my go-to," Stewart told fan Sara Szymanski, who got to watch a video of the celebrity chef and lifestyle queen make her family's pierogi after sharing the recipe with Krasinski.

"Sara, I hope I did your recipe proud," Stewart said.

Szymanski told Insider the experience was "truly the highlight of my quarantine."

And Chang said his wife loved the chicken cacciatore recipe submitted by fan Shannon Angus (who goes by @Basmati4u on Twitter).

"Shannon, I'm not kidding you, my wife says it was the best thing she's eaten during quarantine," Chang of Momofuku told @Basmati4u.

The "Ugly Delicious" host said he was a big fan of the way her recipe called for wine for cooking, but also for drinking. "More recipes need to have that," he said.

As for Fieri, he and his family "had a blast" making a variation of sloppy joes featuring jalapeños and topped with thin, fried onion rings.

Krasinski took the opportunity to talk about Fieri's work with the Restaurant Employee Relief Fund. As of Sunday, the fund had raised more than $20 million for restaurant employees around the country.

Fieri spoke with Insider in early April about the fund.

"Restaurants have been serving us for so long now is a chance for us to serve them," he told Insider. Through the fund, restaurant industry employees can apply for a one-time $500 grant.

While the featured recipes haven't been posted at the time of writing, Krasinski tweeted that he'll be sharing all four soon.

Watch the full episode of "Some Good News" below:

For more stories like this, sign up to get Life Insider Weekly directly into your inbox.


Stanley Tucci delighted fans yet again by making a quarantini at brother-in-law John Krasinski's virtual dinner party

John Krasinski has been hosting a weekly show on YouTube called "Some Good News" since quarantining in his home. This Sunday's episode featured a dinner party segment where the actor called on some of his celebrity chef friends — and his brother-in-law Stanley Tucci, whose wife Felicity is Emily Blunt's sister— to make viewers' family recipes.

On Tuesday, Krasinski put a call out to his followers on Twitter asking them to share their favorite family recipes for an upcoming segment.

He chose four recipes to feature on the show and brought each home cook on for a cameo.

Krasinski asked Martha Stewart to make pierogi, he gave chicken cacciatore to David Chang, assigned sloppy joes to Guy Fieri, and tapped Tucci (the newly appointed mixology master) for a quarantini.

Tucci — who recently went viral with his negroni recipe — tried his hand at Nana's quarantini, which is made with a lot of vodka.

"Vanilla vodka, she said two shots, that's two shots," Tucci said as he talked through the 90-year-old grandmother's recipe. "Orange vodka, two shots. I won't be walking after this," he added.

Watch Nana make the quarantini below.

When Stewart tried her hand at a fan's pierogi, she thought it tasted familiar.

"Your grandma's recipe is very similar to my mother's recipe, which is my go-to," Stewart told fan Sara Szymanski, who got to watch a video of the celebrity chef and lifestyle queen make her family's pierogi after sharing the recipe with Krasinski.

"Sara, I hope I did your recipe proud," Stewart said.

Szymanski told Insider the experience was "truly the highlight of my quarantine."

And Chang said his wife loved the chicken cacciatore recipe submitted by fan Shannon Angus (who goes by @Basmati4u on Twitter).

"Shannon, I'm not kidding you, my wife says it was the best thing she's eaten during quarantine," Chang of Momofuku told @Basmati4u.

The "Ugly Delicious" host said he was a big fan of the way her recipe called for wine for cooking, but also for drinking. "More recipes need to have that," he said.

As for Fieri, he and his family "had a blast" making a variation of sloppy joes featuring jalapeños and topped with thin, fried onion rings.

Krasinski took the opportunity to talk about Fieri's work with the Restaurant Employee Relief Fund. As of Sunday, the fund had raised more than $20 million for restaurant employees around the country.

Fieri spoke with Insider in early April about the fund.

"Restaurants have been serving us for so long now is a chance for us to serve them," he told Insider. Through the fund, restaurant industry employees can apply for a one-time $500 grant.

While the featured recipes haven't been posted at the time of writing, Krasinski tweeted that he'll be sharing all four soon.

Watch the full episode of "Some Good News" below:

For more stories like this, sign up to get Life Insider Weekly directly into your inbox.


Stanley Tucci delighted fans yet again by making a quarantini at brother-in-law John Krasinski's virtual dinner party

John Krasinski has been hosting a weekly show on YouTube called "Some Good News" since quarantining in his home. This Sunday's episode featured a dinner party segment where the actor called on some of his celebrity chef friends — and his brother-in-law Stanley Tucci, whose wife Felicity is Emily Blunt's sister— to make viewers' family recipes.

On Tuesday, Krasinski put a call out to his followers on Twitter asking them to share their favorite family recipes for an upcoming segment.

He chose four recipes to feature on the show and brought each home cook on for a cameo.

Krasinski asked Martha Stewart to make pierogi, he gave chicken cacciatore to David Chang, assigned sloppy joes to Guy Fieri, and tapped Tucci (the newly appointed mixology master) for a quarantini.

Tucci — who recently went viral with his negroni recipe — tried his hand at Nana's quarantini, which is made with a lot of vodka.

"Vanilla vodka, she said two shots, that's two shots," Tucci said as he talked through the 90-year-old grandmother's recipe. "Orange vodka, two shots. I won't be walking after this," he added.

Watch Nana make the quarantini below.

When Stewart tried her hand at a fan's pierogi, she thought it tasted familiar.

"Your grandma's recipe is very similar to my mother's recipe, which is my go-to," Stewart told fan Sara Szymanski, who got to watch a video of the celebrity chef and lifestyle queen make her family's pierogi after sharing the recipe with Krasinski.

"Sara, I hope I did your recipe proud," Stewart said.

Szymanski told Insider the experience was "truly the highlight of my quarantine."

And Chang said his wife loved the chicken cacciatore recipe submitted by fan Shannon Angus (who goes by @Basmati4u on Twitter).

"Shannon, I'm not kidding you, my wife says it was the best thing she's eaten during quarantine," Chang of Momofuku told @Basmati4u.

The "Ugly Delicious" host said he was a big fan of the way her recipe called for wine for cooking, but also for drinking. "More recipes need to have that," he said.

As for Fieri, he and his family "had a blast" making a variation of sloppy joes featuring jalapeños and topped with thin, fried onion rings.

Krasinski took the opportunity to talk about Fieri's work with the Restaurant Employee Relief Fund. As of Sunday, the fund had raised more than $20 million for restaurant employees around the country.

Fieri spoke with Insider in early April about the fund.

"Restaurants have been serving us for so long now is a chance for us to serve them," he told Insider. Through the fund, restaurant industry employees can apply for a one-time $500 grant.

While the featured recipes haven't been posted at the time of writing, Krasinski tweeted that he'll be sharing all four soon.

Watch the full episode of "Some Good News" below:

For more stories like this, sign up to get Life Insider Weekly directly into your inbox.


Stanley Tucci delighted fans yet again by making a quarantini at brother-in-law John Krasinski's virtual dinner party

John Krasinski has been hosting a weekly show on YouTube called "Some Good News" since quarantining in his home. This Sunday's episode featured a dinner party segment where the actor called on some of his celebrity chef friends — and his brother-in-law Stanley Tucci, whose wife Felicity is Emily Blunt's sister— to make viewers' family recipes.

On Tuesday, Krasinski put a call out to his followers on Twitter asking them to share their favorite family recipes for an upcoming segment.

He chose four recipes to feature on the show and brought each home cook on for a cameo.

Krasinski asked Martha Stewart to make pierogi, he gave chicken cacciatore to David Chang, assigned sloppy joes to Guy Fieri, and tapped Tucci (the newly appointed mixology master) for a quarantini.

Tucci — who recently went viral with his negroni recipe — tried his hand at Nana's quarantini, which is made with a lot of vodka.

"Vanilla vodka, she said two shots, that's two shots," Tucci said as he talked through the 90-year-old grandmother's recipe. "Orange vodka, two shots. I won't be walking after this," he added.

Watch Nana make the quarantini below.

When Stewart tried her hand at a fan's pierogi, she thought it tasted familiar.

"Your grandma's recipe is very similar to my mother's recipe, which is my go-to," Stewart told fan Sara Szymanski, who got to watch a video of the celebrity chef and lifestyle queen make her family's pierogi after sharing the recipe with Krasinski.

"Sara, I hope I did your recipe proud," Stewart said.

Szymanski told Insider the experience was "truly the highlight of my quarantine."

And Chang said his wife loved the chicken cacciatore recipe submitted by fan Shannon Angus (who goes by @Basmati4u on Twitter).

"Shannon, I'm not kidding you, my wife says it was the best thing she's eaten during quarantine," Chang of Momofuku told @Basmati4u.

The "Ugly Delicious" host said he was a big fan of the way her recipe called for wine for cooking, but also for drinking. "More recipes need to have that," he said.

As for Fieri, he and his family "had a blast" making a variation of sloppy joes featuring jalapeños and topped with thin, fried onion rings.

Krasinski took the opportunity to talk about Fieri's work with the Restaurant Employee Relief Fund. As of Sunday, the fund had raised more than $20 million for restaurant employees around the country.

Fieri spoke with Insider in early April about the fund.

"Restaurants have been serving us for so long now is a chance for us to serve them," he told Insider. Through the fund, restaurant industry employees can apply for a one-time $500 grant.

While the featured recipes haven't been posted at the time of writing, Krasinski tweeted that he'll be sharing all four soon.

Watch the full episode of "Some Good News" below:

For more stories like this, sign up to get Life Insider Weekly directly into your inbox.


Stanley Tucci delighted fans yet again by making a quarantini at brother-in-law John Krasinski's virtual dinner party

John Krasinski has been hosting a weekly show on YouTube called "Some Good News" since quarantining in his home. This Sunday's episode featured a dinner party segment where the actor called on some of his celebrity chef friends — and his brother-in-law Stanley Tucci, whose wife Felicity is Emily Blunt's sister— to make viewers' family recipes.

On Tuesday, Krasinski put a call out to his followers on Twitter asking them to share their favorite family recipes for an upcoming segment.

He chose four recipes to feature on the show and brought each home cook on for a cameo.

Krasinski asked Martha Stewart to make pierogi, he gave chicken cacciatore to David Chang, assigned sloppy joes to Guy Fieri, and tapped Tucci (the newly appointed mixology master) for a quarantini.

Tucci — who recently went viral with his negroni recipe — tried his hand at Nana's quarantini, which is made with a lot of vodka.

"Vanilla vodka, she said two shots, that's two shots," Tucci said as he talked through the 90-year-old grandmother's recipe. "Orange vodka, two shots. I won't be walking after this," he added.

Watch Nana make the quarantini below.

When Stewart tried her hand at a fan's pierogi, she thought it tasted familiar.

"Your grandma's recipe is very similar to my mother's recipe, which is my go-to," Stewart told fan Sara Szymanski, who got to watch a video of the celebrity chef and lifestyle queen make her family's pierogi after sharing the recipe with Krasinski.

"Sara, I hope I did your recipe proud," Stewart said.

Szymanski told Insider the experience was "truly the highlight of my quarantine."

And Chang said his wife loved the chicken cacciatore recipe submitted by fan Shannon Angus (who goes by @Basmati4u on Twitter).

"Shannon, I'm not kidding you, my wife says it was the best thing she's eaten during quarantine," Chang of Momofuku told @Basmati4u.

The "Ugly Delicious" host said he was a big fan of the way her recipe called for wine for cooking, but also for drinking. "More recipes need to have that," he said.

As for Fieri, he and his family "had a blast" making a variation of sloppy joes featuring jalapeños and topped with thin, fried onion rings.

Krasinski took the opportunity to talk about Fieri's work with the Restaurant Employee Relief Fund. As of Sunday, the fund had raised more than $20 million for restaurant employees around the country.

Fieri spoke with Insider in early April about the fund.

"Restaurants have been serving us for so long now is a chance for us to serve them," he told Insider. Through the fund, restaurant industry employees can apply for a one-time $500 grant.

While the featured recipes haven't been posted at the time of writing, Krasinski tweeted that he'll be sharing all four soon.

Watch the full episode of "Some Good News" below:

For more stories like this, sign up to get Life Insider Weekly directly into your inbox.


Stanley Tucci delighted fans yet again by making a quarantini at brother-in-law John Krasinski's virtual dinner party

John Krasinski has been hosting a weekly show on YouTube called "Some Good News" since quarantining in his home. This Sunday's episode featured a dinner party segment where the actor called on some of his celebrity chef friends — and his brother-in-law Stanley Tucci, whose wife Felicity is Emily Blunt's sister— to make viewers' family recipes.

On Tuesday, Krasinski put a call out to his followers on Twitter asking them to share their favorite family recipes for an upcoming segment.

He chose four recipes to feature on the show and brought each home cook on for a cameo.

Krasinski asked Martha Stewart to make pierogi, he gave chicken cacciatore to David Chang, assigned sloppy joes to Guy Fieri, and tapped Tucci (the newly appointed mixology master) for a quarantini.

Tucci — who recently went viral with his negroni recipe — tried his hand at Nana's quarantini, which is made with a lot of vodka.

"Vanilla vodka, she said two shots, that's two shots," Tucci said as he talked through the 90-year-old grandmother's recipe. "Orange vodka, two shots. I won't be walking after this," he added.

Watch Nana make the quarantini below.

When Stewart tried her hand at a fan's pierogi, she thought it tasted familiar.

"Your grandma's recipe is very similar to my mother's recipe, which is my go-to," Stewart told fan Sara Szymanski, who got to watch a video of the celebrity chef and lifestyle queen make her family's pierogi after sharing the recipe with Krasinski.

"Sara, I hope I did your recipe proud," Stewart said.

Szymanski told Insider the experience was "truly the highlight of my quarantine."

And Chang said his wife loved the chicken cacciatore recipe submitted by fan Shannon Angus (who goes by @Basmati4u on Twitter).

"Shannon, I'm not kidding you, my wife says it was the best thing she's eaten during quarantine," Chang of Momofuku told @Basmati4u.

The "Ugly Delicious" host said he was a big fan of the way her recipe called for wine for cooking, but also for drinking. "More recipes need to have that," he said.

As for Fieri, he and his family "had a blast" making a variation of sloppy joes featuring jalapeños and topped with thin, fried onion rings.

Krasinski took the opportunity to talk about Fieri's work with the Restaurant Employee Relief Fund. As of Sunday, the fund had raised more than $20 million for restaurant employees around the country.

Fieri spoke with Insider in early April about the fund.

"Restaurants have been serving us for so long now is a chance for us to serve them," he told Insider. Through the fund, restaurant industry employees can apply for a one-time $500 grant.

While the featured recipes haven't been posted at the time of writing, Krasinski tweeted that he'll be sharing all four soon.

Watch the full episode of "Some Good News" below:

For more stories like this, sign up to get Life Insider Weekly directly into your inbox.


Stanley Tucci delighted fans yet again by making a quarantini at brother-in-law John Krasinski's virtual dinner party

John Krasinski has been hosting a weekly show on YouTube called "Some Good News" since quarantining in his home. This Sunday's episode featured a dinner party segment where the actor called on some of his celebrity chef friends — and his brother-in-law Stanley Tucci, whose wife Felicity is Emily Blunt's sister— to make viewers' family recipes.

On Tuesday, Krasinski put a call out to his followers on Twitter asking them to share their favorite family recipes for an upcoming segment.

He chose four recipes to feature on the show and brought each home cook on for a cameo.

Krasinski asked Martha Stewart to make pierogi, he gave chicken cacciatore to David Chang, assigned sloppy joes to Guy Fieri, and tapped Tucci (the newly appointed mixology master) for a quarantini.

Tucci — who recently went viral with his negroni recipe — tried his hand at Nana's quarantini, which is made with a lot of vodka.

"Vanilla vodka, she said two shots, that's two shots," Tucci said as he talked through the 90-year-old grandmother's recipe. "Orange vodka, two shots. I won't be walking after this," he added.

Watch Nana make the quarantini below.

When Stewart tried her hand at a fan's pierogi, she thought it tasted familiar.

"Your grandma's recipe is very similar to my mother's recipe, which is my go-to," Stewart told fan Sara Szymanski, who got to watch a video of the celebrity chef and lifestyle queen make her family's pierogi after sharing the recipe with Krasinski.

"Sara, I hope I did your recipe proud," Stewart said.

Szymanski told Insider the experience was "truly the highlight of my quarantine."

And Chang said his wife loved the chicken cacciatore recipe submitted by fan Shannon Angus (who goes by @Basmati4u on Twitter).

"Shannon, I'm not kidding you, my wife says it was the best thing she's eaten during quarantine," Chang of Momofuku told @Basmati4u.

The "Ugly Delicious" host said he was a big fan of the way her recipe called for wine for cooking, but also for drinking. "More recipes need to have that," he said.

As for Fieri, he and his family "had a blast" making a variation of sloppy joes featuring jalapeños and topped with thin, fried onion rings.

Krasinski took the opportunity to talk about Fieri's work with the Restaurant Employee Relief Fund. As of Sunday, the fund had raised more than $20 million for restaurant employees around the country.

Fieri spoke with Insider in early April about the fund.

"Restaurants have been serving us for so long now is a chance for us to serve them," he told Insider. Through the fund, restaurant industry employees can apply for a one-time $500 grant.

While the featured recipes haven't been posted at the time of writing, Krasinski tweeted that he'll be sharing all four soon.

Watch the full episode of "Some Good News" below:

For more stories like this, sign up to get Life Insider Weekly directly into your inbox.


Stanley Tucci delighted fans yet again by making a quarantini at brother-in-law John Krasinski's virtual dinner party

John Krasinski has been hosting a weekly show on YouTube called "Some Good News" since quarantining in his home. This Sunday's episode featured a dinner party segment where the actor called on some of his celebrity chef friends — and his brother-in-law Stanley Tucci, whose wife Felicity is Emily Blunt's sister— to make viewers' family recipes.

On Tuesday, Krasinski put a call out to his followers on Twitter asking them to share their favorite family recipes for an upcoming segment.

He chose four recipes to feature on the show and brought each home cook on for a cameo.

Krasinski asked Martha Stewart to make pierogi, he gave chicken cacciatore to David Chang, assigned sloppy joes to Guy Fieri, and tapped Tucci (the newly appointed mixology master) for a quarantini.

Tucci — who recently went viral with his negroni recipe — tried his hand at Nana's quarantini, which is made with a lot of vodka.

"Vanilla vodka, she said two shots, that's two shots," Tucci said as he talked through the 90-year-old grandmother's recipe. "Orange vodka, two shots. I won't be walking after this," he added.

Watch Nana make the quarantini below.

When Stewart tried her hand at a fan's pierogi, she thought it tasted familiar.

"Your grandma's recipe is very similar to my mother's recipe, which is my go-to," Stewart told fan Sara Szymanski, who got to watch a video of the celebrity chef and lifestyle queen make her family's pierogi after sharing the recipe with Krasinski.

"Sara, I hope I did your recipe proud," Stewart said.

Szymanski told Insider the experience was "truly the highlight of my quarantine."

And Chang said his wife loved the chicken cacciatore recipe submitted by fan Shannon Angus (who goes by @Basmati4u on Twitter).

"Shannon, I'm not kidding you, my wife says it was the best thing she's eaten during quarantine," Chang of Momofuku told @Basmati4u.

The "Ugly Delicious" host said he was a big fan of the way her recipe called for wine for cooking, but also for drinking. "More recipes need to have that," he said.

As for Fieri, he and his family "had a blast" making a variation of sloppy joes featuring jalapeños and topped with thin, fried onion rings.

Krasinski took the opportunity to talk about Fieri's work with the Restaurant Employee Relief Fund. As of Sunday, the fund had raised more than $20 million for restaurant employees around the country.

Fieri spoke with Insider in early April about the fund.

"Restaurants have been serving us for so long now is a chance for us to serve them," he told Insider. Through the fund, restaurant industry employees can apply for a one-time $500 grant.

While the featured recipes haven't been posted at the time of writing, Krasinski tweeted that he'll be sharing all four soon.

Watch the full episode of "Some Good News" below:

For more stories like this, sign up to get Life Insider Weekly directly into your inbox.


Stanley Tucci delighted fans yet again by making a quarantini at brother-in-law John Krasinski's virtual dinner party

John Krasinski has been hosting a weekly show on YouTube called "Some Good News" since quarantining in his home. This Sunday's episode featured a dinner party segment where the actor called on some of his celebrity chef friends — and his brother-in-law Stanley Tucci, whose wife Felicity is Emily Blunt's sister— to make viewers' family recipes.

On Tuesday, Krasinski put a call out to his followers on Twitter asking them to share their favorite family recipes for an upcoming segment.

He chose four recipes to feature on the show and brought each home cook on for a cameo.

Krasinski asked Martha Stewart to make pierogi, he gave chicken cacciatore to David Chang, assigned sloppy joes to Guy Fieri, and tapped Tucci (the newly appointed mixology master) for a quarantini.

Tucci — who recently went viral with his negroni recipe — tried his hand at Nana's quarantini, which is made with a lot of vodka.

"Vanilla vodka, she said two shots, that's two shots," Tucci said as he talked through the 90-year-old grandmother's recipe. "Orange vodka, two shots. I won't be walking after this," he added.

Watch Nana make the quarantini below.

When Stewart tried her hand at a fan's pierogi, she thought it tasted familiar.

"Your grandma's recipe is very similar to my mother's recipe, which is my go-to," Stewart told fan Sara Szymanski, who got to watch a video of the celebrity chef and lifestyle queen make her family's pierogi after sharing the recipe with Krasinski.

"Sara, I hope I did your recipe proud," Stewart said.

Szymanski told Insider the experience was "truly the highlight of my quarantine."

And Chang said his wife loved the chicken cacciatore recipe submitted by fan Shannon Angus (who goes by @Basmati4u on Twitter).

"Shannon, I'm not kidding you, my wife says it was the best thing she's eaten during quarantine," Chang of Momofuku told @Basmati4u.

The "Ugly Delicious" host said he was a big fan of the way her recipe called for wine for cooking, but also for drinking. "More recipes need to have that," he said.

As for Fieri, he and his family "had a blast" making a variation of sloppy joes featuring jalapeños and topped with thin, fried onion rings.

Krasinski took the opportunity to talk about Fieri's work with the Restaurant Employee Relief Fund. As of Sunday, the fund had raised more than $20 million for restaurant employees around the country.

Fieri spoke with Insider in early April about the fund.

"Restaurants have been serving us for so long now is a chance for us to serve them," he told Insider. Through the fund, restaurant industry employees can apply for a one-time $500 grant.

While the featured recipes haven't been posted at the time of writing, Krasinski tweeted that he'll be sharing all four soon.

Watch the full episode of "Some Good News" below:

For more stories like this, sign up to get Life Insider Weekly directly into your inbox.


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