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Bugialli"s Italy

traditional recipes from the regions of Italy

by Giuliano Bugialli

  • 198 Want to read
  • 7 Currently reading

Published by William Morrow in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Bugialli"s Italy (Television program),
  • Cookery, Italian.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes index.

    Other titlesBugialli"s Italy (Television program)
    StatementGiuliano Bugialli ; photography by John Dominis.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTX723 .B7575 1998
    The Physical Object
    Paginationvii, 312 p. :
    Number of Pages312
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL346597M
    ISBN 100688158641
    LC Control Number98005670

    The internationally recognized authority on Italian food and cooking brings together more than authentic recipes from his native province. Known for his painstaking research, Bugialli draws on the recipes of old Tuscan families, early printed cookbooks, and field research to create an important and exciting collection of dishes. full-color Price Range: $ - $ Buy a cheap copy of Giuliano Bugialli's Classic Techniques book by Giuliano Bugialli. First published in w copies in print, this Italian cookbook is unmatched in its scope and authenticity. More than 1, black-and-white photographs. Free shipping over $

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In Bugialli's Italy, companion cookbook to the new twenty-six-part public television series, cooking teacher and food historian Giuliano Bugialli presents the reader with an irresistible banquet of all Italy has to offer.

The more than recipes collected here span the boot from north to south east to west/5(6). Bugialli's book is a classic combination of coffee table picture book and fine cookbook. The recipes do not represent many of the standard Italian "classics." (from the tourist point of view).

Instead, they take you deeper into Italian cuisine. The recipe for Torta di funghi was worth the price of the book according to the friends I served it to.5/5(8).

Bugialli's book is a classic combination of coffee table picture book and fine cookbook. The recipes do not represent many of the standard Italian "classics." (from the tourist point of view).

Instead, they take you deeper into Italian cuisine/5(12). Good cook book. More simple than his Foods of Italy book. Lots of recipes for each section. It's a shame they don't have pictures of each dish on the page. That would have been useful for choosing dishes and seeing what it should look like.

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Bugialli focuses on the extraordinary. range of Tuscan cooking and includes popular recipes from the other regions of Italy The book's extensive chapters cover every kind of pasta -- fresh, dried, stuffed -- breads, sauces, antipasti, meat and fish, poultry, risotti, vegetables, and the wonderful range of Italian desserts -- from simple poached fruit to magnificent filled pastries and tortes/5(12).

In Bugialli's Italy, companion cookbook to the new twenty-six-part public television series, cooking teacher and food historian Giuliano Bugialli presents the reader with an irresistible banquet of all Italy has to offer.

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I found myself laughing out loud more times than I could count throughout this book, and though some of the stories already feel a bit dated–there is lots of discussion about Italy’s switch from the lira to the euro in the late 90’s and early ’s–for the most part, that peek into recent Italian history only served to add to the.

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