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Continuing the highly acclaimed cookbook series, Saveur Cooks Authentic Italian explores the world's most popular and beloved cuisine. Authentic Italian food is inspired by local traditions and relies on the freshest of ingredients. It's real food--unpretentious and casual--the ultimate in home-cooking. The renowned culinary experts at Saveur go straight to the source with recipes for perfectly prepared pasta and risotto, hearty meat and game, and irresistibly delicious desserts. Each colorful page is an invitation: share a seafood feast with a Venetian fishmonger, take a private lasagna-making lesson in Bologna, or discover the secrets for pesto buono in Genoa. Featuring award-winning writing, hundreds of stunning color photographs, and more than 120 recipes, Saveur Cooks Authentic Italian is a timeless celebration of the world's best-loved cuisine.

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A sumptuous volume that explores popular and authentic Italian food with recipes that go straight to the source for perfectly prepared pastas, risottos, meat, game and delicious desserts. 400 illustrations.

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Finally available in paperback, Saveur Cooks Authentic Italian takes a new generation of readers into the kitchens of Italy to sample pasta and risotto made the right way, fish and shellfish dishes redolent of the sea, hearty treatments of meat and game, and tempting desserts. Along the way, the traditions behind this wonderful cuisine are revealed, from a seafood feast with a Venetian fishmonger to the secrets behind pesto in Genoa. Readers will enjoy a lasagna-making lesson in Bologna and learn the lore of white beans in Tuscany. Featuring award-winning writing, hundreds ofstunning color photographs, and more than 120 recipes, here is a celebration of the world's best-loved cuisine.

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ISBN:
9780811832670
Manufactured:
Editors of Saveur Magazine
Publisher:
Chronicle Books
Manufactured:
Saveur Magazine
Author:
Editors of Saveur magazine
Location:
San Francisco
Subject:
Cookery, italian
Subject:
Regional & Ethnic - Italian
Subject:
Italian
Copyright:
Series Volume:
no. A-133
Publication Date:
20081203
Binding:
Paperback
Grade Level:
from 8 up to 17
Language:
English
Illustrations:
Yes
Pages:
320
Dimensions:
1 x 1 x 1 in 1 lb
Age Level:
from 13 up to 99

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Product details 320 pages Chronicle Books - English 9780811832670 Reviews:
"Synopsis" by , A sumptuous volume that explores popular and authentic Italian food with recipes that go straight to the source for perfectly prepared pastas, risottos, meat, game and delicious desserts. 400 illustrations.
"Synopsis" by , Finally available in paperback, Saveur Cooks Authentic Italian takes a new generation of readers into the kitchens of Italy to sample pasta and risotto made the right way, fish and shellfish dishes redolent of the sea, hearty treatments of meat and game, and tempting desserts. Along the way, the traditions behind this wonderful cuisine are revealed, from a seafood feast with a Venetian fishmonger to the secrets behind pesto in Genoa. Readers will enjoy a lasagna-making lesson in Bologna and learn the lore of white beans in Tuscany. Featuring award-winning writing, hundreds ofstunning color photographs, and more than 120 recipes, here is a celebration of the world's best-loved cuisine.
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