HarperCollins Publishers, Callaway Editions, 1992 - Cooking - 254 pages
A lavish and elegant survey with more than 300 full-color photographs, essays, and 95 recipes of the lush food and culture of Italy, by the author of The Taste of France. Recipes are from local chefs and have been fully adapted to American kitchens. Savoring Italy is a multifaceted portrait of the food, people, and landscape of a country where food is an important part of the culture.
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