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Author : Shelley Lindgren
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Presents a tribute to Italy's contemporary local cuisines and artisanal wines, featuring recipes from each of eight featured regions and analyses of evolving regional specialties while discussing how wine reflects each region's cultural history.


Author : Gino D'Acampo
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Gino is passionate about Italian food and believes that you should be able to achieve maximum satisfaction with minimum effort. You do not need hundreds of ingredients and complicated techniques to achieve fantastic results. By following the 100 recipes in this book, you too will be able to make great Italian food. Gino offers classic Italian recipes such as Linguine with Prawns as well as his own version of Shepherd's Pie and Italian-style Spring Rolls. Full of Gino's characteristic humour and enthusiasm, and encompassing the influences of the country's famous cuisine, this is a book filled with delicious, modern Italian food.

Modern Italian Food

Author : Stefano De Pieri
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Stefano de Pieri learned to cook as a child in Veneto in the north of Italy. Offering recipes with roots from the Old World and the New, this cookbook tempts and encourages the domestic cook. Food is about conviviality and hospitality, to be made and consumed with enjoyment and in the company of family and friends. With his lively prose and accessible recipes, it also features a comprehensive section on Italian wine, cheese, and preserves—perfect for creating both Old World, northern-Italian dishes and modern ones using regional produce.


Author : Shelley Lindgren
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A cookbook and wine guide celebrating the regional traditions and exciting innovations of modern Italian cooking, from San Francisco's SPQR restaurant. The Roman Empire was famous for its network of roads. By following the path of these thoroughfares, Shelley Lindgren, wine director and co-owner of the acclaimed San Francisco restaurants A16 and SPQR, and executive chef of SPQR, Matthew Accarrino, explore Central and Northern Italy’s local cuisines and artisanal wines. Throughout each of the eight featured regions, Accarrino offers not only a modern version of Italian cooking, but also his own take on these constantly evolving regional specialties. Recipes like Fried Rabbit Livers with Pickled Vegetables and Spicy Mayonnaise and Fontina and Mushroom Tortelli with Black Truffle Fonduta are elevated and thoughtful, reflecting Accarrino’s extensive knowledge of traditional Italian food, but also his focus on precision and technique. In addition to recipes, Accarrino elucidates basic kitchen skills like small animal butchery and pasta making, as well as newer techniques like sous vide—all of which are prodigiously illustrated with step-by-step photos. Shelley Lindgren’s uniquely informed essays on the wines and winemakers of each region reveal the most interesting Italian wines, highlighting overlooked and little-known grapes and producers—and explaining how each reflects the region’s unique history, cultural influences, climate, and terrain. Lindgren, one of the foremost authorities on Italian wine, shares her deep and unparalleled knowledge of Italian wine and winemakers through producer profiles, wine recommendations, and personal observations, making this a necessary addition to any wine-lover’s library. Brimming with both discovery and tradition, SPQR delivers the best of modern Italian food rooted in the regions, flavors, and history of Italy.

Italian Cookbook for Beginners

Author : Sophia Freeman
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If you ask anyone that if he or she has tried any Italian dish before, there's a high chance they will say yes. Perhaps the most popular contribution of Italian cuisine to the world is pizza and pasta. And we sure are glad for it. Authentic Italian cuisine is among the top 10 healthiest in the world. It's easy to see why many people, across countries and cultures, just love Italian food. We even devoted a day each year to celebrate it. February 13 is "National Italian Food Day". But don't limit yourself to just pasta because its specialties are much more than that. This book has 50 recipes guaranteed to make you adore Italian food even more. These recipes provide you with awesome results and don't require too much time and effort. Let's dive in!

A Modern Italian Table

Author : Veronica Lavenia
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Veronica Lavenia presents more than 100 natural healthy recipes that embody the beauty and goodness of simple sustainable food made with unrefined ingredients with a true Italian twist. With a world increasingly awakening to the viability of sustainability, natural cuisine is no longer the 'snob alternative' but an ever-expanding new era in food. True Italian modern cuisine has always favoured natural, simple cuisine - rich in fruits and vegetables in season. You wont find anything 'processed' in this book. A Modern Italian Table explores new culinary possibilities and alternatives by bringing together ingredients that are affordable and readily available.

The Modern Italian Cook

Author : Joe Trivelli
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*OBSERVER FOOD MONTHLY'S #1 FOOD BOOK OF 2018* 'This is a cookbook everyone should have in their kitchen. I will certainly have it in mine.' - Ruth Rogers From Joseph Trivelli, co-head chef of the world-renowned River Café, comes the ultimate classic guide to laid-back, comforting Italian food. Trivelli first learned to cook watching his Italian grandmother transform a few simple ingredients into something mouth-watering within their family kitchen. In this, his first book, he brings up-to-date all the traditional Italian food he grew up with alongside his own inventive creations. Featuring over 150 original recipes that cater for quick dinners right up to family feasts, Joe's focus is on fewer ingredients, exquisitely prepared. With chapters on pasta, fish, meat, vegetables and baked dishes, these are recipes sympathetic to the home cook - easy to throw together but look and taste incredible every time. Beautifully designed with evocative photography throughout, this is the Italian cookbook every modern kitchen needs. *** 'This is a book I shall be referring to very often. All the recipes are the real classic ones and yet they all have a touch of originality which gives them a new and welcome dimension. Bravo Joe.' - Anna del Conte 'I still haven't met a chef who has such a genuine love of food and its role in bringing people together.' - Stephen Harris, The Sportsman 'A truly personal collection of inspired recipes: all at once clever, quirky, thoughtful and witty. A joy.' - Simon Hopkinson 'Already one of my favourite cookery writers, this is next-level Joe Trivelli. Seasoned with good writing, saturated in great recipes, there is so much to love about this book. Like its writer, The Modern Italian Cook is a quiet triumph. I love it.' - Allan Jenkins 'Wonderful.' - Giorgio Locatelli 'Excellent . . . the writing is simple, clean, humble and evocative; the recipes are special and all seem so delicious.' - Itamar Srulovich, Honey & Co


Author : Vittorio Assaf
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From Italy's farm country to your table, Vittorio Assaf and Fabio Granato share secrets of regional Italian food in this mouthwatering collection of modern takes on traditional dishes. Serafina was conceived while Vittorio and Fabio were lost at sea in a small sailboat. Managing severe weather and hunger, the two stranded friends vowed to open a restaurant serving the best pasta and pizza in the world if they were to survive their ordeal. In 1995, they fulfilled their promise by launching the highly acclaimed Serafina in New York City. Following its success, they have gone on to open restaurants around the world from Dubai to Japan. In Serafina, the cookbook, easy-to-follow steps bring to the table centuries of regional culinary history and local traditions and include knowledge that generations of farmers, fishermen, tomato growers, olive-oil millers, bread bakers, and winemakers have devoted to their craft. The book features more than 100 modern takes on traditional recipes and is beautifully illustrated throughout.

Daphne s Modern Italian Food

Author : Mogens Tholstrup
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Inspired by the Italian style of living and eating, but reinvented for contemporary urban tastes and needs, the recipes in Daphnes:Modern Italian Food are perfectly matched to current trends in eating and drinking. In addition to providing over 100 recipes, the book also serves as a reference guide to choosing and using ingredients; from basics like olive oil and tomatoes to luxurious staples such as truffles and buffalo mozzarella that can transform the simplest of meals into something special. The book will be divided into seven chapters: basics, vegetables and salads, pasta, pulses and grains, fish and seafood, meat, poultry and game, desserts. Each chapter includes an introduction to key types of produce, how to choose them, and how to prepare and adapt them for use in various dishes. This information is an important component of the book and a unique selling point. Visually underscoring the freshness of the ingredients and dishes, the book is superbly illustrated with atmospheric colour photographs of raw ingredients and finished recipes.

Modern Italian Cooking

Author : Biba Caggiano
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Biba Caggiano has perfected the art of modern Italian cooking without sacrificing any of the sensuous pleasures associated with Italian cuisine. These 200 recipes, presented in simple, step-by-step instructions, feature fresh ingredients and lighter sauces. Includes a section on pastas that can be prepared in 20 minutes or less. Line drawings throughout.

Daphne s

Author : Mogens Tholstrup
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Stefano Manfredi s Italian Food

Author : Stefano Manfredi
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In 1961 the Manfredi family, father Luigi, mother Franca and sons Stefano and Franco, arrived in Australia from Lombardy in the north of Italy. Stefano brought the food and memories from the kitchen of his mother and grandmother, one of Lombardy's finest cooks, to his new home. Manfredi has been an award-winning chef and restaurateur since the early 1980s translating the flavours and recipes of his childhood into contemporary Italian food. He has published thousands of recipes for Fairfax over his 20 years of contributing to both Good Living and Spectrum and this magnificent volume is the culmination of Stefano's culinary journey. Stefano Manfredi's Italian Food chronicles the food and wine from each Italian region and the dishes that make them famous. With over 500 recipes from the traditional to the modern this monumental and definitive cookbook will become an instant classic. It is a cookbook that will share the bookshelves with titles such as The Silver Spoon, David Thompson's Thai Food and Stephanie Alexander's The Cook's Companion.

Eataly Contemporary Italian Cooking

Author : Eataly
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The best modern Italian recipes from the largest and most prestigious Italian marketplace in the world This beautiful cookbook, created in collaboration with Eataly, one of the greatest Italian food brands, features 300 landmark recipes highlighting the best of contemporary Italian home cooking. Excellent, fail-safe recipes and new ideas are presented in a sophisticated package, making this a must-have book for everyone wanting to learn about how Italians cook today. Gone are heavy pasta dishes and over-rich sauces - Eataly takes a modern approach to Italian cooking and eating. With recipes that are fresh and delicious, clear instructions, helpful tips, and a visual produce guide, this book will allow you to eat like Italians do today.

Pasta Modern

Author : Francine Segan
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A palate-pleasing cookbook that “enables us to virtually visit Italy’s 20 regions and savor its pastas” (Booklist). In Pasta Modern, Italian food authority Francine Segan challenges the notion that pasta must be traditional or old-world. In this beautifully photographed cookbook, Segan details the hottest, newest, and most unusual pasta dishes from Italy’s food bloggers, home cooks, artisan pasta makers, and vanguard chefs. The one hundred distinctive pasta recipes, including many vegan and vegetarian specialties, range from simple and elegant (Gemelli with Caramelized Oranges and Crispy Pancetta) to more complex (Neapolitan Carnevale Lasagna) to cutting-edge (Cappuccino Caper Pasta). Tips and anecdotes culled from Segan’s Italian travels enhance the easy-to-follow directions, and a glossary of more than fifty extraordinary dried pastas showcases shapes to revive any pasta lover’s repertoire. For contemporary, authentic Italian pasta, Pasta Modern is the go-to guide.

Classico e Moderno

Author : Michael White
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NAMED ONE OF THE BEST BOOKS OF THE YEAR BY PUBLISHERS WEEKLY Having won or been nominated for just about every known prestigious culinary award, Michael White is hailed by food critics as the next great hero of Italian gastronomy. His reach extends around the globe with a clutch of acclaimed fine dining restaurants, including Marea, Ai Fiori, Osteria Morini, and pizzeria Nicoletta. Now, in Classico e Moderno, White brings his passion for authentic Italian cuisine to the home kitchen, with recipes—nearly 250—that cover both the traditional and contemporary dishes of the region. In the “Classico” portion, White shares such iconic dishes as Meatballs Braised in Tomato Sauce; Pasta and Bean Soup; Cavatelli with Lamb Ragù and Bell Peppers; and Roasted Pork Leg with Rosemary and Black Pepper. The “Moderno” chapters feature recipes that have put White’s restaurants on the map, including Chicken Liver Crostini with Marsala-Braised Onions; Fusili with Red Wine–Braised Octopus and Bone Marrow; and Veal Chops with Roasted Endive and Pancetta Cream Sauce. Both the Classico and Moderno sections offer ideas for your whole meal: first courses (Vitello Tonnato, Garganelli with Caviar Cream ), soups (Zuppa di Baccalá, White Bean Soup with Sautéed Shrimp), pastas (Tortellini alla Panna, Ricotta and Swiss Chard Tortelli), main courses (Pollo alla Diavola, Braised Lamb Shanks with Farrotto), and desserts (Crostata di Ricotta, Panna Cotta with Meyer Lemon–Basil Sorbet and Almond Milk Froth), as well as salads, pizzas, and basic formulas for pesto, stocks, and vinaigrettes. Including personal notes and anecdotes about White’s early sojourn in Italy and his flavorful career, Classico e Moderno will give you all the tools, tips, and tricks you need to cook tantalizing Italian dishes with the confidence of a seasoned chef. Praise for Michael White and Classico e Moderno “A masterpiece of culinary acumen and perfection in presentation . . . White once again sublimely deals with his cuisine of choice—Italian. In an attempt to bridge the gap between classic and modern, this chef extraordinaire offers the reader an experience in beauty and taste. . . . This book is a testament to both the importance/influence of Italian cuisine and to the rich and varied experiences its ingredients and tradition still have to offer.”—Publishers Weekly (starred review) “Exceedingly appealing . . . [Michael White] is one of the great chefs of modern Italian food in this country, and in Classico e Moderno he teaches us enough so that we can try to follow in his footsteps.”—Vogue “Hugely ambitious . . . White is one of a number of rising chefs here who aren’t Italian but have felt the freedom to refresh the concept of Italian food.”—Associated Press “The future of Italian gastronomy, thanks to the spectacular inventiveness he brings to modernizing the world’s most popular cuisine.”—Gotham “I’ve watched and tasted as Michael White has matured into his current position as one of the preeminent stewards and pioneers of Italian culinary tradition in America. Even his signature modern dishes are as relatable as the classics—and are perhaps even destined to be deemed classics in their own right some day.”—Thomas Keller, from the Foreword “Michael White has, in very short order, grabbed the Italian food crown for New York City.”—Anthony Bourdain

Made in Italy

Author : Giorgio Locatelli
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Giorgio Locatelli started helping out in the family restaurant at age five. He was raised in Corgeno in northern Italy, close to the Swiss border and Milan. Almost everything his family ate and drank was produced locally. He was told by the head chef at his first real Italian restaurant job that he would never make it as a chef. His grandmother, who shared her great love of food with him, said Giorgio would have to go back and show him. And so he did. After getting suspended from cooking school because of kissing a girl on the school's steps, he went on to become a greatly admired chef. Made in Italy is a 624-page, vibrantly illustrated book full of Locatelli's recipes, insight and historical detail about Italian food. He combines food narrative with hands-on expertise of a top chef. He peppers the book with evocative stories and funny and often outspoken observations on the state of food today. This is the contemporary Italian food bible, from the acknowledged master of modern Italian cooking.

La Cucina D oro

Author : Bookwise International
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From the kitchens of Italy's foremost cookery house comes LA CUCINA D'ORO ('The Golden Kitchen'), the perfect modern complement to established cooking tomes such as THE SILVER SPOON and Elizabeth David's ITALIAN FOOD, but with a flavoursome and highly accessible edge perfectly suited to contemporary tastes and style. LA CUCINA D'ORO is a glorious selection of seasonal recipes, all imbued with the rich traditions of Italian cuisine but presented in an easy-to-follow format. The recipes are as delicious as they are inspirational, and merely reading this book is to tantalise the tastebuds and is in itself an extraordinary virtual culinary experience.

French And Italian Cookbook

Author : Adele Tyler
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Are you looking for a French and Italian cookbook?In this 2 books in 1 edition, you will find over 150 recipes for traditional and modern easy French and Italian dishes. In the first book, French Home Cooking, you will learn traditional and modern French recipes. Paris. Croissant. The most delicious pastry. Fancy food. Michelin started restaurants. French Riviera and Normandy shores. All this and a lot more is France. The history of French cuisine goes way back in the centuries and it is told that the first professional cooks - chef, nowadays - have been started to work 700 years ago, for the Kings of France and their court. The French cuisine is rich and gorgeous. The territory is generous and the country has always been relatively prosperous, therefore the ingredients have always been expensive and not second cuts. While Italian cuisine is historically based on poor dishes made of leftovers and less fancy meat and fish cuts, French cooking rhymes with fancy ingredients like fois gras, scallops, oysters and escargot. Also famous for its pastry, the French desserts are gorgeous, enriched sweet fillings and served from breakfast to dinner as one of the very best assets of the country. In French Home Cooking by Adele Tyler you will learn: History of French food and its evolution Over 80 recipes from the most authentic French cuisine How to cook French dishes at home French pastry cookbook for homemade croissant, baguette and bread with chocolate If you want to cook French dishes at home to impress family and friends, this cookbook is for you! In the second book, Italian Cookbook by Adele Tyler, you will learn how to prepare traditional Italian dishes at home. There are few doubts about which one is the oldest cuisine of the western world. Italian cooking tradition has its roots deep in the course of history. From Etruscan culture to the Ancient Greek's influence, the Romans started to treat cooking as an art in their early stages of development. For Italian people, food is more than fuel. Food is life. Food is social gathering. Food is family time. Food is love. Fast forwarding to our days, Italian food is globally appreciated and little Italian restaurants are at every corner from San Francisco to Bangkok. Someone might state that the real pizza can be found only in Naples, the real Risotto alla Milanese only in Milan and the most authentic Fiorentina Steak can be tasted only in Florence. Despite it might be true, traditional recipes from all over Italy can be easily cooked at home. The secret of the historic dishes from north to south of Italy relies in the quality of the ingredients and most of them can be found at the local supermarket. In Italian Home Cooking by Adele Tyler you will learn: How to prepare over 80 traditional and modern Italian recipes Italian recipes from Norther, Centre and Southern Italy Mediterranean Diet recipes of healthy eating and lifestyle Spaghetti, Veal, Fiorentina Steak, Risotto, Pizza and more tasty recipes from Italy This Italian Cookbook is the one you are looking for if you want to impress family and friends with traditional, simple and tasty recipes chosen among the italian's most iconic dishes. Scroll up, click on buy it now and get your copy today!


Author : Elisabetta Minervini
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Bordering iridescent seas, Puglia sits at the heel of Italy's 'boot'. It is a region where the food is light, nutritious and rustic, and firmly centred around family life. Born in this captivating place, Elisabetta Minervini has brought the vitality of Puglian cooking to her home in London, where she has tried and tested the best traditional recipes for children and adults alike. These include orecchiette ('little-ear' pasta) with broccoli, stuffed peppers, octopus salad and the ultimate homemade pizza – as well as a host of delicious sweet treats. Perfect for busy mammas, it's a way of cooking that suits the modern lifestyle, with dishes that can be prepared quickly and easily using inexpensive, healthy ingredients. This lively introduction to all that Puglian family cooking has to offer will bring la dolce vita into your own kitchen!

Great Italian Food

Author : Pamela Clark
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