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Cuisine Of Sicily

Author : Enrico Massetti
ISBN : 9781329533653
Genre : Cooking
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Guide to the traditional cuisine of Sicily. Includes more than 30 recipes with photos and detailed instructions.

Sicily

Author : Giuseppe Coria
ISBN : PSU:000066768838
Genre : Cooking
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Coria has researched, unravelled, and brilliantly presented Sicily's past for us through the gaze of a gastronome, historian, folklorist, and cultural anthropologist. Summing up Sicily is not a simple affair. Thousands of years of foreign dominations, overlapping and intertwined, have produced a Sicilian culture, language, and gastronomy that is unique, rich, and complex. Coria's recipes invite us into the kitchens of medieval landowners and convents. He brings alive Sicilian peasant farmers, shepherds, and fishermen.While concentrating on the eastern half of Sicily, his 155 recipes and stories range across the entire island and show the interrelationships of the nine provinces. Read his recipes and stories for the pleasure they provide. Dig deeper and explore the etymology of Sicily's language and dialects, and the sources of Sicily's rich folk traditions. Most of all, enjoy the extraordinary flavors, colors, aromas, and textures of Sicily's robust regional cuisine.This is an Italian book written for Italians with the specific mission of documenting local, regional traditions, giving us an unfiltered window into Italian life. Translated for the first time into English.

Italian Cuisine

Author : Lukas Prochazka
ISBN : 1546868208
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Italian culture is steeped in the arts, family, architecture, music and food. Food is the essence of life. The people of Italy live to eat, and it's visible in their appreciation of well-made dishes and their interest in each ingredient and where it was grown. Learn how to make genuine Italian meals which taste great yet they are simple. In this cookbook you will fidn over 60 deilicous recipes and a small essay about Italy itself.

Sicily

Author : Giuliano Valdes
ISBN : 8870098265
Genre : Travel
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This is one of the most complete guides to the island that one can find, covering places of natural beauty, art and history, geography, protected areas, baths, traditions, food and museums. Produced with the aim of facilitating visits to the towns and countryside of the region, but at the same time leaving the visitor free to establish their own itinerary. Truly beautiful photos throughout with full pull-out map.

Sicilian Kitchen

Author : MONDO GUIDE
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Sicilian cuisine has started to develop since the times of Ancient Greece. It is no coincidence and the first great chefs in history were born in Sicily. But do you know how and why arancini were born? Or did I get the cassata is it called so? Would you like to prepare delicious cannoli or the mythical eggplant Parmigiana? This is the book I love for you. Here you will find not only many traditional Sicilian recipes, but also news, curiosities and history on each dish indicated. You can make a beautiful stitched figure, either by preparing a delicious recipe for your guests, or by marveling them with a parrot that eats and when it was born with a recipe. Bon apetit!

Why Italians Love To Talk About Food

Author : Elena Kostioukovitch
ISBN : 9781429935593
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Italians love to talk about food. The aroma of a simmering ragú, the bouquet of a local wine, the remembrance of a past meal: Italians discuss these details as naturally as we talk about politics or sports, and often with the same flared tempers. In Why Italians Love to Talk About Food, Elena Kostioukovitch explores the phenomenon that first struck her as a newcomer to Italy: the Italian "culinary code," or way of talking about food. Along the way, she captures the fierce local pride that gives Italian cuisine its remarkable diversity. To come to know Italian food is to discover the differences of taste, language, and attitude that separate a Sicilian from a Piedmontese or a Venetian from a Sardinian. Try tasting Piedmontese bagna cauda, then a Lombard cassoela, then lamb ala Romana: each is part of a unique culinary tradition. In this learned, charming, and entertaining narrative, Kostioukovitch takes us on a journey through one of the world's richest and most adored food cultures. Organized according to region and colorfully designed with illustrations, maps, menus, and glossaries, Why Italians Love to Talk About Food will allow any reader to become as versed in the ways of Italian cooking as the most seasoned of chefs. Food lovers, history buffs, and gourmands alike will savor this exceptional celebration of Italy's culinary gifts.

Sicilian Food And Wine

Author : Francesca Lombardo
ISBN : 0991588630
Genre : Cooking
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Sicily's culinary landscape is as eclectic as the island's complex history. Written by Sicilians in Sicily, this book introduces Sicilian cuisine, explaining what it is and where to find it. Presenting descriptions, background, a glossary and a dozen classic (and simple) recipes, it is a reliable reference for anybody captivated by Sicily's food, wine and timeless culture. This is a book to consult. The chapters on festivals, wines and olive oils transcend the superficial treatments of those topics by most cookbook authors and chefs. There are several useful maps indicating such details as wine and olive oil appellations. Here the authors have included a few details overlooked by the others. Unlike many such books, this one is not personality driven. It does not promote specific wineries, chefs or restaurants. Its sober objectivity is refreshing in a field where blatant commercialism is the order of the day.

Sicilian Food

Author : Mary Taylor Simeti
ISBN : 9781908117915
Genre : Cooking
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The definitive guide to Sicilian cooking filled with authentic, hard-to-find recipes from this sun-drenched island. Gleaned from the author’s friends, family, and acquaintances on the island of Sicily, Sicilian Food is a delicious journey through the food, traditions, and recipes of this corner of the world. Mary Taylor Simeti, an American who married a Sicilian, set out to discover the food of her husband firsthand. She haunted former convents and palaces where Palermo’s libraries have been maintained. She tested each ancient recipe herself and updated the methods, providing clear and easy-to-follow directions. The book reflects the unique culture of Sicily, both the external influences of a series of conquerors and the domestic changes brought about by peasant, clergy, and aristocrat alike. There are recipes using the vegetable abundance of the Sicilian landscape, recipes for ice cream or granita, and recipes with names like Virgins’ Breasts and Chancellor’s Buttocks. Rich with history, the book draws from Sicilian archives and museums and quotes from Homer, Plato, Apicius, Lampedusa, and Pirandello—offering not only a culinary adventure but also an experience that feels like traveling to Sicily.

The Food And Cooking Of Sicily And Southern Italy

Author : Valentina Harris
ISBN : 190314180X
Genre : Cooking
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Cucina Paradiso

Author : Clifford A. Wright
ISBN : 067176926X
Genre : Cooking
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Describes the history of Sicily's cuisine and provides a selection of recipes for appetizers, salads, soups, pasta, meat, poultry, fish, vegetables, desserts, and drinks

Eating In Sicily

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ISBN : 8847603110
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Over a hundred recipes of the Sicilian cuisine which are elaborate or extremely simple, but always delectable. From antipastos to sauces, from pasta and rice dishes to soups, from recipes for fish or meat to vegetables, salads and ultimately the delicious pastries. Here you will find a complete panorama which collects together the best of the island's gastronomy. Each recipe is accompanied by step-by-step photographs, illustrating the more complex stages, with a magnificent final presentation. There is also information with regard to the difficulty in the preparation, to the intensity of flavour and to the nutritional composition. Book jacket.

A Ligurian Kitchen

Author : Laura Giannatempo
ISBN : 0781811716
Genre : Cooking
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Liguria on the Italian Riviera is home to some of Italy's finest cooking. The Ligurian kitchen is famous for fish, fresh produce and herbs. Tales of loveable uncles and a lyrical account of making pasta in the midst of a storm tantalise just as much as the sumptuous recipe on offer in this book. In these 100 recipes, the specialities of artisan bread bakers and those of the region's 'cucina povera' combine to create a zestful collection that exemplifies 'that extraordinary marriage of land and sea that is Ligurian cuisine'.

Siracusa Sicily S Southeast

Author : Joanne Lane
ISBN : 9781556502026
Genre : Travel
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The southeastern corner of Sicily is a popular choice with travelers. Its historic towns, beautiful scenery and uncrowded beaches merit a substantial part of any Sicilian itinerary. Two glorious epochs in history have helped make the southeast towns what they are today. The Greeks settled the region and it flourished for 500 years under them as a center of culture, learning and political power. The second epoch was made possible by a devastating earthquake that flattened towns and villages in 1693. As a result, it was rebuilt in the ornate architectural style known as Sicilian Baroque. Siracusa is the major city in the region and the most visited, but there are plenty of other gems to discover in the wider province. Noto, Modica and Ragusa all feature the Baroque style; you could undertake some serious trekking at Pantalica's necropolis or Cava Grande in regions of immense beauty, bird watching at Vendicarri or explore Sicily's most southern point around Portopalo. Highlights: Ortigia: This beautiful warren of streets combines ancient Greece and Baroque with a view of the sea from almost every lane. Piazza del Duomo: This is one of Sicily's great squares and the Duomo its best church and a prime example of Siracusa's polyglot character. Take a dip in Cava Grande's waterfalls and refreshing pools. Pantalica's 5,000 tombs riddling the hillsides. The beautiful wetlands of Riserva di Vendicari. A great new resource. --Travel + Leisure. The perfect companion for planning. --Rutgers Magazine.a These useful travel guides are highly recommended. --Library Journal. There aren't many places in the world you can ski and then hit the beach afterwards for a refreshing dip; see Greek, Roman, Etruscan, medieval and Arabic architecture all in the same town; and meet some of the friendliest people in the world. The richness in culture is demonstrated in the theater, cinema and art found everywhere. The coastal towns, the Mafia, the wines and foods, the astonishing history - all are explored in this guidebook. Full color throughout. This is excerpted from our full guide to Sicily."

The Art Of Sicilian Cooking

Author : Anna Muffoletto
ISBN : UCSC:32106015383877
Genre : Cookery, Italian-Sicilian style
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Sicily

Author : Fionn Davenport
ISBN : 1864500999
Genre : Sicily (Italy)
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Includes the Aeolian and Egad Islands. Food and wine glossary and a language section.

Sicily

Author : Brian Bell
ISBN : 9812584064
Genre : Travel
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Featuring the same portable and user-friendly format as the Insight City Guides and drawing on the best features of the original Insight Guides, the all-new Insight Regional Guide is filled with insightful writing, lavish full-colour photography and provides greater emphasis on practical information to create the most complete portable regional travel guide. .Magazine-style articles .Lively essays written by local writers on culture, history, and people .Expert evaluations of must-see-site - plus maps and floor plans .Restaurant listings at the end of each chapter ."Best of" section highlighting attractions, walks, activities for children and families, festivals and events, cafes, pubs, bars and more .Bonus pull-out Touring Map with tour suggestions and full-colour photos .Tabbed Travel Tips section for quick reference .Comfortable, rounded spine makes these volumes ideal for use on the go

Sicily

Author : Michelin Travel Publications (Firm)
ISBN : 2061007155
Genre : Travel
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The 'Green guide travel series' provides mapping paired with tours, accommodations for lodging and food. These guides provide suggested itineraries for the seasoned traveler, along with ratings for major sites, and suggestions for lodging and dining.

Sicily

Author : Jeffery Pike
ISBN : 0887298079
Genre : Travel
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Insight Guides, the world's largest visual travel guide series, in association with Discovery Channel, the world's premier source of nonfiction entertainment, provides more insight than ever. From the most popular resort cities to the most exotic villages, Insight Guides capture the unique character of each culture with an insider's perspective.Inside every Insight Guide you'll find:.Evocative, full-colour photography on every page.Cross-referenced, full-colour maps throughout.A brief introduction including a historical timeline.Lively essays by local writers on the culture, history, and people.Expert evaluations on the sights really worth seeing .Special features spotlighting particular topics of interest.A comprehensive Travel Tips section with listings of the best restaurants, hotels, and attractions, as well as practical information on getting around and advice for travel with children

Pomp And Sustenance

Author : Mary Taylor Simetic
ISBN : 1635617650
Genre : Cooking
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This celebrated cookbook is a wonderful combination of history and recipes. Sicily is rich not only in fresh produce, meats, and seafood, but also in culinary tradition and history; its story goes back to the days of the ancient Greeks, Romans, and Norman invaders. Fascinating narrative and delicious recipes wrapped into one truly special book.

The New Regional Italian Cuisine Cookbook

Author : Reinhardt Hess
ISBN : 0764160680
Genre : Cooking
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Lush full-color photography complements a delectable tribute to Italy's rich and varied cuisine in a cookbook that features more than two hundred tempting recipes representing the culinary heritage of eight different regions, with dishes ranging from Abruzzi's pasta alle melanzane to Sicily's babà all' amaretto, along with commentary on each region's local food and wine.

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