Pomp and sustenance: twenty-five centuries of Sicilian food

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Knopf, Sep 9, 1989 - Cooking - 336 pages
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A celebration of Sicilian food describes the history of the island's cuisine, from antiquity to the present, and provides a selection of one hundred recipes

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User Review  - SignoraEdie - LibraryThing

This book is a treasure...filled with information about the history of Sicilian Cuisine and recipes. I used it for research for a class on Mediterranean Cuisine and was fascinated by all the ... Read full review

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The best English language, general interest book I have come across. The bibliography is useful for further, more detailed, research. Read full review


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