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- Octopus Books 2012; Not Available
The Hamlyn Classic Recipes series is a celebratory collection of some of the most admired chefs the world has to offer - noteworthy not only for their pioneering approach to food, but also for their dependable, uncomplicated and trustworthy recipes. This definitive cookbook contains over 75 signature recipes accompanied by beautiful photography. In... more...
- Octopus Books 2009; Not Available
Italians are famous for their fabulous food and their passion for cooking - ingredients must be fresh and seasonal, cooking techniques must merely enhance the delicious natural flavour of food. Italian cuisine has also become hugely popular in the UK, with an Italian restaurant appearing on nearly every high street. From antipasti to indulgent desserts,... more...
- St. Martin's Press 2014; US$ 30.99
Carmine?s is founded on the twin concepts of deliciousness and Italian abbondanza. In their wildly popular Times Square flagship location and their other restaurants in New York City, Atlantic City, Las Vegas, Washington, DC, and Paradise Island, Bahamas, the tables are filled with giant platters of pasta, steaks, chicken, vegetables and more. ... more...
- Random House Publishing Group 2014; US$ 28.00
The ultimate guide to the finest foods of Italy from the oldest, most celebrated Italian market in New York City In the heart of New York City?s Little Italy sits Di Palo?s, a family-owned food shop that has been the treasure of the neighborhood for more than a century. The four generations of Di Palos who have run this Italian specialty market... more...
- Hachette Books 2014; Not Available
From the home kitchen of chef, restaurateur and media personality Fabio Viviani, more than 125 recipes for his favorite American dishes, infused with his own special Italian flair. Chef Fabio Viviani may have been born and raised in Florence, Italy, where he perfected the classic Italian cooking that has made him famous, but he has embraced the food... more...
- Chronicle Books LLC 2013; US$ 15.99
With growing numbers of restaurants specializing in "small plates," the antipasto is back in style. These little dishes of savory appetizers or small first courses (perfect cocktail food) whet the appetite, enticing the palate for the meal to comeand can even become the meal itself. In Antipasti , Joyce Goldstein reveals the history of antipasti and... more...
- Chronicle Books LLC 2013; US$ 18.99
Glass in one hand, fork in the other, Brian St. Pierre explores the regional wines and cuisines of Italy in this dream of a cookbook. As you'd expect from the author of A Perfect Glass of Wine , St. Pierre brings to the table fabulous recipes and inspired wine pairings. Whether it's a hearty barolo from Piedmont in the northwest that complements a... more...
- Chronicle Books LLC 2012; US$ 14.99
Team five-time world pizza-throwing champion Tony Gemignani with acclaimed cookbook author Diane Morgan and the result is a cookbook that will turn any home kitchen into the best pizzeria in town. There are over 60 selections on the menu, including the thick, rounded-edge crust of classic Neapolitan pizza Margherita, the thin crust New Yorkstyle Italian... more...
- Chronicle Books LLC 2013; US$ 18.99
Talk about the luck of the Irish! One of the most beloved of Irish institutions (there are more than one thousand in Dublin alone), the traditional pub has served generations as the venue for local gossip, sporting news, a ceilidh or two, literary soirees, real estate deals, political debates, revolutionary plots, and, lest we forget, for knocking... more...