Giovanna's Legacy: Gifts from Her Italian Kitchen

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Trafford Publishing, 2003 - Cooking - 221 pages
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This is the first in a series of cookbooks that will be published to honor my mother and extraordinary Italian cook, Giovanna Morelli Falbo. It contains my mother's favorite recipes, those she brought with her from her home in Italy, and that nourished our family and friends as we grew up in Abington Pennsylvania. The next edition, "Giovanna's Legacy: An Italian/American Kitchen," will feature recipes I've developed, using principles I learned from her through the years as we prepared meals together.

The book is a collection of over 180 recipes preserving the Italian heritage of a remarkable woman, my Mom. Born and raised in Calabria, Italy, these homemade meals embrace the essence of a woman who loved feeding others and watching their delight. The collection includes recipes from traditional Italian holiday meals to everyday celebrations and dining. You will find recipes such as Antipasto, baked ziti and lasagna, pasta with fennel, olives, tomatoes and pine nuts, rice patties, baccala salad, chicken and veal piccata, roasted pork with fennel, pepper and potato frittata (omelet), stuffed eggplant, Easter Pie, Italian Wedding soup, pizelles, cherry pudding cheese cake, biscotti, tiramisu, marinara sauce, plus more.

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About the author (2003)

Mary Falbo was born and raised in Abington, Pennsylvania, the oldest of Giovanna (Joanne) Morelli Falbo and Antonio (Anthony) Falbo's three children.

She earned undergraduate and graduate degrees from LaSalle University, Philadelphia, PA and is currently president and owner of Millenium Healthcare Consulting, Inc., a healthcare consulting firm that assists physicians with the business side of medicine.

She inherited her passion for cooking from her mother, earning her the title of family "gourmet cook." When she's not in the kitchen, she is out golfing with friends and enjoying other outdoor sports, traveling and spending time with her family; particularly her niece and nephews, listening to music and learning and trying new things.

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