Venice and Food

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Antique Collectors' Club, 1998 - Cooking - 191 pages
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'This is an almost indescribably ethereal work of love that portrays Venice and its food as no other book has ever done. The illustrations are lush, detailed and deeply reflective of not only the look of Venice, but its very soul, its moods, its history-weighted sadness' Italian Food & Wine Magazine, January 1999 In this book, Sally Spector, who is from Chicago and now lives in Venice, takes us on a mouth-watering culinary trip; her historical love affair with food quite literally gives us a taste of Venice. Each page is beautifully illustrated with the text written in her own hand, sharing her personal impressions of this beloved city. It also provides practical Venetian recipes along with the history of Venice and its long relationship with food, and the ingredients are illustrated in stunning pen, ink and pastel drawings. Sally reveals historical anecdotes about Venice, its food, herbs, spices and cooking implements, as well as buildings, warehouses and even various Venetian personalities, su

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About the author (1998)

Sally Spector grew up in Chicago, attended Chicago Public Schools and earned a bachelors degree at the University of Chicago, specializing in Art History.
From 1967 to 1983 she lived in Montral, Qubec. During that time she exhibited her work in several one-woman shows and participated in numerous invitational, juried and group shows in Qubec, Ontario, USA and France.
Since 1984 she has been living in Venice, Italy. Among various activities, she does art work for some of Italys most prestigious hotels (used for postcards and brochures)and she often teaches art history for American university study abroad programs in Venice.

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