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London: Penguin Books, 1971. Backcover: Exploding once and for all the myth that Italians live entirely on minestrone, spaghetti, and veal escalopes, this exciting book demonstrates the enormous and colourful variety of Italy's regional cooking. Listing well over four hundred dishes, clearly described and helpfully classified, the author of "A Book of Mediterranean Food" and "French Country Cooking" also enumerates the various herbs and spices required in many of them, sensibly explaining where they may be bought, and there are useful chapters on Italian wines and cheeses. The result is an extremely readable guide to eating out in Italy which is also a practical text-book for reproducing the best of Italian food in your own kitchen. ---------------------------------------- 366 pages replete with recipes. Index. Pages slightly browned with age. Good, tight copy. ---------- Orders of $100.00 or more are shipped using tracked courier delivery services. Size: Approx 4½ " Wide - 7" Tall. Fifth Thus.. Soft Cover. Good.
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- Italian Food
- Elizabeth David
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- Used - Good
- Fifth Thus.
- Penguin Books
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- COOKERY, RECIPE BOOKS, ITALIAN COOKING
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