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Focaccia: Simple Breads from the Italian Ovenby Carol Field
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Fragrant with olive oil, sea salt, and herbs from the hillsides, focaccia is the delicious northern Italian flatbread that is fast becoming as popular in this country as pizza. Over 50 recipes for savory and sweet versions offer enticing proof that focaccia is one of the easiest-to-prepare and most versatile of all homemade breads. Written by an acclaimed expert on Italian baking and illustrated with glowing full-color photographs, this inviting cookbook provides the key to making simple, flavorful focaccia a staple of all your meals.
About the Author
Carol Field has been writing about Italy and Italian food since 1972. She is the author of The Hill Towns of Italy, Celebrating Italy, Italy in Small Bites, and the best-selling The Italian Baker. She has also written articles on Italy for such magazines as Gourmet, Food and Wine, and Bon Appetit. She lives with her husband in San Francisco and continues to travel back and forth to Italy.
Joyce Oudkerk Pool is an award-winning photographer specializing in food. Her photographs appear in a number of cookbooks including James McNair's New Pizza (0-8118-2364-4).
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