Paul and Dee Dee Sorvino Talk "Pasta, Pinot and Parties"

Steve Adubato goes one on one with Paul and Dee Dee Sorvino, co-authors of the book “Pinot, Pasta and Parties,” who share their inspiration for their cookbook. The couple also dish on how they met and Paul talks about his experiences on the set of iconic film, "Goodfellas."

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"Hi, I'm Steve Adubato. Welcome to the Tisch WNET Studio here in the heart of New York City. It is our honor and pleasure to introduce two very special people. Paul Sorvino and Dee Dee Sorvino, the coauthors of a fascinating book. It is called Pinot, Pasta, and Parties. Woo! Party! [applause] The two of... how? We party everyday! Look at... is it everyday? Yeah. A party everyday? It's not a party everyday all day. But everyday. We make something, you know, festive. And... And now we're very happy to be here. And this is a great show. It is a great show. Yeah. Thank you so much. You're welcome. And speaking of great shows, let's get this out of the way. The two of you connected a couple years back? Three. Two years, and four months. April 27th. No that's when... But who's counting? That's when we got married. Yes. He's talking about when we met. Right? You got married right in... Well that's true. And... ...this, at Lincoln Center? We did. Correct. Maybe a few feet from here? We love it here. Exactly. Right? This is hallowed ground... Yes. ...for us. Right... But you met...? Sorry. Right in front of the fountain. The fountain. In Lincoln Center. How beautiful is that? But you met on my good friend Neil Cavuto's show? Yes. And only a few blocks from here? 48th and 6th. Now you meet. Now who's doing the show? Both of you...? Both of... one coming on? Both. You're coming off? They used to call me the Reagan Democrat, right? So they'd have me on for various political opinions, of which I know very little. But, you know, I'd just give my opinion. And... which I am wont to do here and there. And so I do it, and I get off, and I... and this woman passes me by, I didn't get a good look at her. Went on to the coffee area. She comes off. I'm putting my coat on. I look at her. And that's it. It's all over. I was in love with her from the start. She had an aura around her. I saw everything. And it was just a whole different deal. And she looks at me, and I said there was a nice thing between us. And I said... Spinato said, "We're gonna go have..." Eric Spinato, the producer. Another Italian. Yeah. I know who. [laughter] I know who he is. Yeah, "We're gonna have dinner over at..." Did you go over to my favorite place? Del Frisco's. Del Frisco's. Yeah. Of course you went to Del Frisco's. Sure. Sure..."