La Cucina The Regional Cooking of Italy MOBI Ö La

La Cucina The Regional Cooking of Italy MOBI Ö La


10 thoughts on “La Cucina The Regional Cooking of Italy

  1. Mike Mike says:

    I really enjoyed paging through this Italian answer to the Joy of Cooking Lots of good simple recipes which really make clear the regional differences in Italian cuisine Americans who think Italian food is spaghetti and meatballs and pizza should read this


  2. Katherine Girgenti Katherine Girgenti says:

    I am lately interested in books that melt the rich culture of cooking food etc into the souls of their stories I did a random search and La Cucina showed up on a list I read the summary downloaded the book andWOW What I mean is that I did not expect what I gotHOWEVER it was a breath of fresh air I felt like I was reading some seedy version of Strega Nona one of my kids' favorite books by Tomie dePaola It has an old world fairy tale feel to it but is hilariously detailed and very adult if you know what I meanwink wink The experience is very uniue and heart lifting; I found myself surprised into shocked gasps and laughing out loud at many points throughout The narration was perfect and the ending sweet As for my interest after making my disappointed way through other books who claimed to incorporate the culinary arts this one really had what I was looking for Rosa Fiore's calling as a cook is very much part of who she is It is interesting that despite this Prior has her earn her living as a librarian the majority of the story This seemed to me to drive the point that cooking was part of Rosa like her arm or part of her heart her brain It wasn't a job La Cucina is a character itself Most of the monumental events in the story and indeed in Rosa's life happen in La Cucina It is her birth place the place her family mourns their deaths a place of contemplation and of refuge It is the beginning and the end of the story This novel is altogether obscene and yet completely wholesome I loved every delectable word


  3. Rebecca Rebecca says:

    I love big cookbooks and this is probably the biggest in the 641's Encyclopedic in scope this book is the ultimate guide to Italian cooking As a cookbook to your average home cook I find it a bit lacking For one there are absolutely no photos Second it calls for some fairly exotic ingredients that may be unavailable or prohibitively expensive for some of us It was uite interesting to read This has to be the first cookbook I've seen that calls for donkey or horse meatHardcore fans of authentic Italian cooking should absolutely pick this up


  4. Sherry Sherry says:

    This is the Italian version of Julia Child's French cookbooks There are many recipes that I wouldn't go neardonkey stewbut the depth and bredth of the offerings as well as the bits of history about the regional offerings made this a must read and use for me There are so many recipes that I wanted to cook that I had to make a choice between reading them and cooking them Reading won It's easier I don't know if I will invest the money to buy the book but I would recommend it to anyone interested in real Italian cooking


  5. Lee Broderick Lee Broderick says:

    This book is of a similar size and design to The Silver Spoon Incredibly there seems to be very little overlap in recipes and although I reach for that other book first this one is still an interesting supplementary volume


  6. Cecelia Cecelia says:

    A wide sweeping and monumentally encyclopedic tome of Italian cooking that will keep you occupied with new things to try for decades on end


  7. Leif Erik Leif Erik says:

    Haven't had a chance to give this one a workout yet Looks impressive on my cookbook shelf


  8. ANGELA ANGELA says:

    AMAZING Italian cooking bible Everything you could imagine and by region Its a dream


  9. Jamie Jamie says:

    This is by far the best cookbook I've ever read and I have read MANY


  10. Gayle Gayle says:

    Happy cooking ahead Mangia bene


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La Cucina The Regional Cooking of Italy ❮Reading❯ ➻ La Cucina The Regional Cooking of Italy ➳ Author The Italian Academy of Cuisine – Capitalsoftworks.co.uk Fifty years ago a group of Italian scholars gathered to discuss a problem how to preserve traditional Italian cooking They formed the Italian Academy of Cuisine to document classic recipes from every Fifty years The Regional MOBI í ago a group of Italian scholars gathered to discuss a problem how to preserve traditional Italian cooking They formed the Italian Academy of Cuisine to document classic recipes from every region The academy’s than seven thousand associates spread out to villages everywhere interviewing grandmothers and farmers at their stoves transcribing their La Cucina Kindle - recipes—many of which had never been documented before This is the culmination of that research an astounding feat— recipes that represent the patrimony of Italian country cooking Each recipe is labeled with its region of origin and it’s not just the ingredients but also the Cucina The Regional Cooking of Epub / techniues that change with the geography Sprinkled throughout are Cucina The Regional ePUB ↠ historical recipes that provide fascinating views into the folk culture of the past There are no fancy flourishes here and no shortcuts; this is true salt of the earth cooking The book is an excellent everyday source for easily achievable recipes with such simple dishes as White Bean and Escarole Soup Polenta with Tomato Cucina The Regional Cooking of Epub / Sauce and Chicken with Lemon and Capers For ease of use there are four different indexes La Cucina is an essential reference for every cook’s library.

  • Hardcover
  • 928 pages
  • La Cucina The Regional Cooking of Italy
  • The Italian Academy of Cuisine
  • English
  • 06 November 2016
  • 9780847831470

10 thoughts on “La Cucina The Regional Cooking of Italy

  1. Mike Mike says:

    I really enjoyed paging through this Italian answer to the Joy of Cooking Lots of good simple recipes which really make clear the regional differences in Italian cuisine Americans who think Italian food is spaghetti and meatballs and pizza should read this

  2. Katherine Girgenti Katherine Girgenti says:

    I am lately interested in books that melt the rich culture of cooking food etc into the souls of their stories I did a random search and La Cucina showed up on a list I read the summary downloaded the book andWOW What I mean is that I did not expect what I gotHOWEVER it was a breath of fresh air I felt like I was reading some seedy version of Strega Nona one of my kids' favorite books by Tomie dePaola It has an old world fairy tale feel to it but is hilariously detailed and very adult if you know what I meanwink wink The experience is very uniue and heart lifting; I found myself surprised into shocked gasps and laughing out loud at many points throughout The narration was perfect and the ending sweet As for my interest after making my disappointed way through other books who claimed to incorporate the culinary arts this one really had what I was looking for Rosa Fiore's calling as a cook is very much part of who she is It is interesting that despite this Prior has her earn her living as a librarian the majority of the story This seemed to me to drive the point that cooking was part of Rosa like her arm or part of her heart her brain It wasn't a job La Cucina is a character itself Most of the monumental events in the story and indeed in Rosa's life happen in La Cucina It is her birth place the place her family mourns their deaths a place of contemplation and of refuge It is the beginning and the end of the story This novel is altogether obscene and yet completely wholesome I loved every delectable word

  3. Rebecca Rebecca says:

    I love big cookbooks and this is probably the biggest in the 641's Encyclopedic in scope this book is the ultimate guide to Italian cooking As a cookbook to your average home cook I find it a bit lacking For one there are absolutely no photos Second it calls for some fairly exotic ingredients that may be unavailable or prohibitively expensive for some of us It was uite interesting to read This has to be the first cookbook I've seen that calls for donkey or horse meatHardcore fans of authentic Italian cooking should absolutely pick this up

  4. Sherry Sherry says:

    This is the Italian version of Julia Child's French cookbooks There are many recipes that I wouldn't go neardonkey stewbut the depth and bredth of the offerings as well as the bits of history about the regional offerings made this a must read and use for me There are so many recipes that I wanted to cook that I had to make a choice between reading them and cooking them Reading won It's easier I don't know if I will invest the money to buy the book but I would recommend it to anyone interested in real Italian cooking

  5. Lee Broderick Lee Broderick says:

    This book is of a similar size and design to The Silver Spoon Incredibly there seems to be very little overlap in recipes and although I reach for that other book first this one is still an interesting supplementary volume

  6. Cecelia Cecelia says:

    A wide sweeping and monumentally encyclopedic tome of Italian cooking that will keep you occupied with new things to try for decades on end

  7. Leif Erik Leif Erik says:

    Haven't had a chance to give this one a workout yet Looks impressive on my cookbook shelf

  8. ANGELA ANGELA says:

    AMAZING Italian cooking bible Everything you could imagine and by region Its a dream

  9. Jamie Jamie says:

    This is by far the best cookbook I've ever read and I have read MANY

  10. Gayle Gayle says:

    Happy cooking ahead Mangia bene

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