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This is a book of dishes and not of techniques or recipes. A book that appeals to images, to composition, to the idea. Behind each of these dishes there is a thought and inspiration linked from time to time to an object, a book, an encounter, a situation in which freedom of spirit does not exclude the pleasure of playing.188 pages. Hardbound.
The Harvest of Tales, is a collective narrative writing. It is the Italian story of extra virgin olive oil producers and products. It is the weave that enhances individual experiences and territorial specificities, and the warp that supports the construction of knowledge of a common good to be protected and enhanced.Project by Maurizio Saggion with the collaboration of Nicola di Noia.416 pages.
The passionate and creative world of the young chefMarco Stabile,a book that will tell about his philosophy in the kitchen and some of his dishes that have now become classics for gourmets from all over the world.br />160 pages
The adventure of vegetarians begins in Florence and develops in Milan and neighboring Switzerland and quickly crosses over all of Italy, finding adhesion by the Fascist Regime very sensitive to a naturism ideologically referred to health and the culture of the body. A story that will later change referents and supporters. 192 pages
History and secrets of sauces that have made known the Genovese cuisine in the world.
Eleonora Cozzella, the well-known foodwriter of La Repubblica, tells the true story of a cult recipe of Roman cuisine that has now risen to worldwide appreciation. 33 great names in the kitchen will reinterpret the classic recipe with their masterful touch, thus providing the many fans with a starred 'declination' of this dish among the most identifying of Made in Italy.
From its singular birth to its unstoppable growth through a story written byMarquis Piero Antinori, its creator, with the narrative step of a novel and with the punctual and precise report of a great innovator.All supported by a scenography that tells forty years of history of Florence, Chianti Classico and Tuscany.
A journey from the past to the future by following the steps of a sauce from the Ligurian homes is out to conquer the world.
For the first time in a volume four basic recipes Pasqualina cake, to tease the reader and encourage him to prepare and enjoy a unique dish.
The gastronomic autobiography of Leda Vigliardi Paravia is an impressive work that opposes the overused adjective 'creative' with the more reassuring nouns of 'experience' and 'culinary wisdom'. 400 recipes that tell an entire life dedicated to a passion that the author intended, also and above all, as an expression and testimony of a civilization. 352 pages.
64 sweet recipes where Extra Virgin Olive Oil is the protagonist, conceived and written by those who every day experiment and refine new dishes in their kitchen and then tell them to enthusiasts through a blog. Pairings by Maestrod'olio, the Academy that disseminates the knowledge and combination of the best extra virgin olive oils from all Italian regions.108 pages.
The protagonist is a pickup truck, up and down Italy, to tell - through the interweaving of testimonies - production processes, anecdotes, horizons and economic challenges, hardships and passions: transporting bottles to satisfy needs that become dreams. 144 pages