Italian Immigrant Cooking

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JG Press/World Publications Group, 2003 - Cooking, Italian - 191 pages
6 Reviews
With over 150 recipies, and 125 full color photographs, Elodia takes us to an era when the "old timers," those born in Italy but living in America, grew figs in their backyards and made wine in their basements, a time when her mother made pasta by hand on the kitchen table and picked fresh herbs from the kitchen garden to create traditional, aromatic, and mouth-watering meals.

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Review: Italian Immigrant Cooking (Immigrant Cookbook Series, Bk. #1)

User Review  - Cathleen - Goodreads

I love the recipes in this cookbook! I received it as a gift many years ago and it is a most treasured cookbook. Read full review

Review: Italian Immigrant Cooking (Immigrant Cookbook Series, Bk. #1)

User Review  - Carol Sutphin - Goodreads

Loved it! Wonderful recipes. Read full review

Contents

FOREWORD
8
MINESTRE E ZUPPE
27
PASTASCIUTTA E RISO
45
SECONDO CARNI E POL LA
99
VERDURE E INSALATE
133
DOLCI
167
RECIPE INDEX
190
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