|The Dictionary of Italian Food and Drink :
An A-To-Z Guide With 2,300 Authentic Definitions and 50 Classic Recipes
This first totally comprehensive, user-friendly guide to Italian food documents Italian wines, desserts, antipasti, breads, sauces, and more than 200 kinds of pastas, and distinguishes authentic Italian cuisine from Italian-American fare. Includes 2,300 definitions and 50 classic recipes.
|The Dictionary of Italian Food and Drink : An A-To-Z Guide With 2,300 Authentic
Definitions and 50 Classic Recipes
by John F. Mariani
Our Price: $17.00
Paperback - 384 pages 1 Ed edition (July 1998)
Dimensions (in inches): 0.89 x 9.22 x 6.17
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|Everybody does like Italian food. But did you ever wonder what goes into an authentic
rag alla bolognese? What's the difference between tagliatelle and fettuccine? Why won't
you find pasta primavera or veal parmesan on menus in Italy? What makes a Super Tuscan
wine "super"? How did Italian dishes like spaghetti alla puttanesca (in the
style of a whore), strezzopretti (a pasta shape meaning priest stranglers), and minni di
Sant'Agata (breast-shaped cookies in honor of a martyred saint) get their names?
The answers to these and thousands of other questions can be found in this comprehensive, user-friendly reference book. With the most up-to-date information on Italian culinary terms, The Dictionary of Italian Food and Drink is the reliable resource for authentic definitions, classic recipes, correct spellings, proper pronunciations, and historical origins.
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