The essence of Italian cooking is its reliance on superb ingredients and on simple cooking methods, both of which are the basis of An Invitation to Italian Cooking. Each recipe is overlaid with the personal touches that make Antonio Carluccio's cookbooks so popular and instructive—his memories of growing up in the Italian countryside, and of traveling his native land, cooking and learning about authentic local dishes and ingredients. From Risotto con Porcini, a famed specialty of Piedmont, to the Roman favorite, Carciofi alla Giudea (Jewish Artichokes), and Cannoli alla Siciliana—Antonio demonstrates his mastery of the complete Italian eating experience.
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Antonio Carluccio is Britain's favourite Italian chef. He is the proprietor of London's Neal Street Restaurant and has made numerous television appearances as well as being the author of several bestselling books. He and his wife Priscilla created Carluccio's, the specialist Italian food shop, and a series of Carluccio's Caffes in and around London.Review :
'Ideal for anyone who loves Italian food but wants a change from pasta' -- Ideal Home 20030201 'The recipes cry out to be cooked - nothing too complicated, plenty to be learnt and a very useful book' -- Observer Food Monthly 20021201 'The photos are a glorious celebration of the land and its food' -- The Observer 20021201 'Wonderfully authentic recipes' -- Woman & Home 20030101 'This book overflows with Carluccio's passion for the regional flavours of his native Italy, with informative text and authentic recipes' -- Vogue Entertaining & Travel 20030101 'For anyone wishing to master Italian cuisine, this should be their bible. Beautiful' -- ABC Delicious 20030101 'Antonio Carluccio's debut is full of honest cooking' -- Independent, Fifty Best... 20030101
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Description du livre Pavilion Books, 1986. Hardcover. État : New. book. N° de réf. du libraire 1851450742