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Italian Immigrant Cooking

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Here is authentic Italian home-cooking at its best. Elodia Rigante, a seventy-nine-year-old second-generation Italian-American, was raised in New York's "Little Italy", and she is a virtuoso cook of traditional Italian fare. In Italian Immigrant Cooking — the first in our Immigrant Cookbook series — Elodia not only shares her prized recipes but also evokes the spirit behind her cooking. She invites us into her home to meet her family, giving us a taste of the old Italy that her parents brought to the New World at the turn of the century. She reveals her culinary secrets, too, including a crucial ingredient: the "hand of the cook", which makes cooking truly great.

In the preface, Aniello Panico, Elodia's son, brings together the food and the people of a bygone era. His memories and anecdotes make this book a treasure of cooking and history.


Here is authentic Italian home-cooking at its best.

Product Details

Panico, Aniello
First View Books :
Cobb, Calif. :
Cookery, italian
Immigrant Cookbook Series
Series Volume:
54bk. #1
Publication Date:
Trade Cloth
191 p.
12.34x9.39x1.03 in. 3.16 lbs.

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Cooking and Food » Regional and Ethnic » Italian

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