David Ruggerio's Italian Kitchen

David Ruggerio's Italian Kitchen

Family Recipes From the Old Country

Book - 2000
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Workman Press.
As he did so lovingly in Little Italy Cookbook, his joyful evocation of Italian-American neighborhoods and cooking, David Ruggerio, multistarred chef, restaurateur, and television personality, invites you into the kitchen--this time to the family kitchens of the old country, Naples and Sicily.

The son of a Neapolitan mother and a Sicilian father, Ruggerio is 100 percent Italian: Neapolitan in emotion--passionate and fun-loving--and Sicilian in character--deep and soulful. From these contrasting strains comes David Ruggerio's Italian Kitchen, a family album filled with more than 150 recipes: lamb roasted with the Mediterranean's finest olives, chicken baked in clay, fish roasted in a paper bag, Aunt Philomena's pasta with sardines, the famous Sunday gravy, Easter sweet rolls. Stunning photographs of food, family, and countryside, along with charming stories of old country traditions, make David Ruggerio's Italian Kitchen the heart and soul of old country family cooking.



Baker & Taylor
The author, the son of a Neapolitan mother and a Sicilian father, spans both cuisines in this collection of 150 recipes that evoke the past in Southern Italy and America.

Baker
& Taylor

The son of a Neapolitan mother and a Sicilian father spans both cuisines in this collection of 150 recipes that evoke the past in Southern Italy and America, from Aunt Philomena's pasta with sardines to Easter sweet rolls. TV tie-in.

Publisher: New York : Artisan, [2000]
Copyright Date: ©2000
ISBN: 9781579651152
1579651151
Branch Call Number: 641.5945 Ru 2000
Characteristics: xv, 230 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 27 cm

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