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The Italian American Cookbook: A Feast of Food from a Great American Cooking Tradition

The Italian American Cookbook: A Feast of Food from a Great American Cooking Tradition (Paperback)

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Americans love Italian food. From minestrone soup and pasta salad to shrimp scampi and lobster ravioli, satisfying creations from Italian-American kitchens have become all-American fare. In 250 recipes accompanied by fascinating culinary lore, the Marianis celebrate the best of this beloved tradition, now risen from its poor-immigrant past to set world standards for top-quality Italian-style cuisine.

Food & DrinkGeneral cookery & recipesFood & DrinkNational & regional cuisine Publisher: Harvard Common Press,U.S. Publication Date: 01/11/2000 ISBN-13: 9781558321663  Details: Type: Paperback Format: Books
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John Mariani, a three-time nominee for the James Beard Award in Journalism, is an internationally acclaimed food writer and author of the some of the most highly regarded books on food in America. His books include the authoritative Dictionary of Italian Food & Drink as well as The Encyclopedia of American Food and Drink, which was named Best Reference Book of the Year by Library Journal. His America Eats Out won the IACP Julia Child Cookbook Award for best reference book. Mariani is a food and travel columnist for Esquire, a restaurant columnist for Wine Spectator, and food columnist for Diversion. He is esteemed as an expert on Italian cuisine and foodways, and as a writer whose encyclopedic knowledge is equaled only by his culinary brilliance.

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