A lavish and delectably illustrated culinary tour of Italy's regional cuisines, led by its finest chefs.
From Florence to Venice, Rome to the Amalfi Coast, Sicily to the Italian Alps, each regional cuisine of Italy reflects the history and culture of its people. With a preface and a foreword by the award-winning and international chefs Mario Batali and Paul Bartolotta, this volume bountifully serves all who are eager to learn the secrets of genuine Italian cooking and the time-honored dishes recognized as regional specialties. Gorgeous, atmospheric photographs by famed food photographer Lucio Rossi capture the mood and aesthetics of the maestros' dishes and illustrate how to prepare and serve their most famous and savory recipes. Divided geographically, this compendium of Italian regional cuisine includes recipes, wine pairings, and serving suggestions.
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About the Author
ACADEMIA BARILLA, founded in 2004 in Parma, one of the most distinguished capitals of Italian cuisine, is a center of great professionalism and talent that is exceptional in the world of cooking. It promotes Italian culinary art, protecting the regional gastronomic heritage and safeguarding it from imitations and counterfeits, while encouraging the great traditions of the Italian restaurant industry. Academia Barilla organizes cooking classes for culinary enthusiasts, distributes the best Italian products, and spreads Italy’s gastronomic culture through publications like this one that recount the unequaled riches of the country.
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Italy's Great Chefs and Their Secrets based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Great book to add to any collection. If you really want to know about contemporary Italian food, this books presents a clear and informative picture of many Italian regions ad their best products.