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by Julia Della Croce,Paolo Destefanis (Photographer)


Della Croce’s cup of unforgettable recipes runneth over in this handy compendium of Roman cuisine, sprinkled generously . Della Croce's book is not as exhaustive as Dunaway's, but there's no shortage of wonderful dishes.

Della Croce’s cup of unforgettable recipes runneth over in this handy compendium of Roman cuisine, sprinkled generously with delicious culinary proverbs ("Eating without drinking is like building without mortar"). In a handsomely illustrated book happy to remain open on a busy countertop, the veteran chef and culinary teacher presents dozens of local recipes from Italy’s Lazio region, and Rome in particular. Those I've tried have turned out so well, they've instantly joined my repertoire.

by Julia Della Croce (Author), Paolo Destefanis (Photographer) (Author). As we are planning our first trip to Rome, I wanted to get a better idea of Roman cuisine, which is unique to the Eternal City and the surrounding area. In addition to the delicious recipes, the book goes into depth about the history of food in the region as well as recommendations of eating establishments there that reflect the local cuisine.

In Roma, Julia della Croce ventures from coast to countryside to reveal over 60 cherished recipes passed from . beautifully captures the authentic tastes of this region's legendary food.

In Roma, Julia della Croce ventures from coast to countryside to reveal over 60 cherished recipes passed from generation to generation in this region rich with culinary tradition. While the area surrounding Rome exhibits both the traditions The culinary journey that began with Umbria and Veneto, has arrived in the eternal city of Rome and its surrounding region of Latium.

In "Roma," Julia della Croce ventures from coast to countryside to reveal over 60 cherished recipes passed from generation to generation in this region rich with culinary tradition

In "Roma," Julia della Croce ventures from coast to countryside to reveal over 60 cherished recipes passed from generation to generation in this region rich with culinary tradition.

Della Croce, who is the award-winning author of 10 previous cookbooks, including "The Classic Italian Cookbook" (1996), reminds us that Italians say Rome has no cuisine of its own, but she asserts that that's not true.

ROMA: Authenic Recipes from in and Around the Eternal City Chronicle Books, 2004, Photographs by Paolo Destefanis.

ROMA: Authenic Recipes from in and Around the Eternal City Chronicle Books, 2004, Photographs by Paolo Destefanis. VENETO: Authenic Recipes from Venice and the Italian Northeast Chronicle Books, 2003, Photographs by Paolo Destefanis. Winner of the 2004 Gourmand World Cookbook Award for "Best Italian Cookbook published in America"

com for Roma: Authentic Recipes From in and Around the Eternal City, by Julia della Croce (Chronicle Books, 2003). Even if the sweets associated with Italian Easter-colomba, Sicilian marzipan lambs, yeast breads with colorfully dyed eggs baked into them, to name the most familiar-are a memory soon after the holiday, one cake that is emblematic of the season persists throughout the year: crostata di ricotta, Italy’s answer to cheesecake. Julia della Croce is a food writer and James Beard award-winning cookbook author and recipe developer based in New York.

Roma: Authentic Recipes from In and Around the Eternal City. p. 65. ISBN 0-8118-2352-0. "Acquacotta (Vegetable Soup)". Retrieved April 29, 2016.

The culinary journey that began with Umbria and Veneto, has arrived in the eternal city of Rome and its surrounding region of Latium. In Roma, Julia della Croce ventures from coast to countryside to reveal over 60 cherished recipes passed from generation to generation in this region rich with culinary tradition. While the area surrounding Rome exhibits both the traditions of the Greeks and the culinary refinements of the Etruscans, each of the five Roman provinces has maintained its own culture and culinary character. From the fresh seafood in the coastal province of Latina; to the rustic aged meats and sturdy cooking of the most northerly province of Rieti; to the simple, seasonal dishes of Viterbo known for its aromatic olive oils; to the handmade pastas and rich, savory meat sauces of the landlocked Frosinone province; and finally to the lusty cooking of Rome itself, this collection beautifully captures the authentic tastes of this region's legendary food. Della Croce also lists her favorite places to stay, fun and historical local festivals, and where to find authentic regional Italian cooking and wine classes for those planning a Roman adventure.

Roma: Authentic Recipes from In and Around the Eternal City epub download

ISBN13: 978-0811823524

ISBN: 0811823520

Author: Julia Della Croce,Paolo Destefanis (Photographer)

Category: Food and Wine

Subcategory: Regional & International

Language: English

Publisher: Chronicle Books (March 1, 2004)

Pages: 168 pages

ePUB size: 1489 kb

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Rating: 4.6

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Kefym
Roma is a good book!
Kefym
Roma is a good book!
Akinohn
As advertised
Akinohn
As advertised
Super P
Boughth this more as a learning tool as my family is fron the Veterbo Area and info on that region is scarce. However this is really nothing in the book I would bother to make.
Super P
Boughth this more as a learning tool as my family is fron the Veterbo Area and info on that region is scarce. However this is really nothing in the book I would bother to make.
Bynelad
I just got this book and have been going through the various recipes it contains. As we are planning our first trip to Rome, I wanted to get a better idea of Roman cuisine, which is unique to the Eternal City and the surrounding area. In addition to the delicious recipes, the book goes into depth about the history of food in the region as well as recommendations of eating establishments there that reflect the local cuisine.
No, one will not find in the book what is typically served in Italian, or more specifically Italian-American, restaurants in North America, but rather it reflects better what people in and about Rome eat on a daily basis, which is exactly what I was looking for.
To anyone who is looking to try something new in their home kitchen a bit more adventurous than jarred spaghetti sauce or chicken cacciatore, I highly recommend getting this book and following the recipes as written to get a bit more of one of the real Italian cuisine.
Bynelad
I just got this book and have been going through the various recipes it contains. As we are planning our first trip to Rome, I wanted to get a better idea of Roman cuisine, which is unique to the Eternal City and the surrounding area. In addition to the delicious recipes, the book goes into depth about the history of food in the region as well as recommendations of eating establishments there that reflect the local cuisine.
No, one will not find in the book what is typically served in Italian, or more specifically Italian-American, restaurants in North America, but rather it reflects better what people in and about Rome eat on a daily basis, which is exactly what I was looking for.
To anyone who is looking to try something new in their home kitchen a bit more adventurous than jarred spaghetti sauce or chicken cacciatore, I highly recommend getting this book and following the recipes as written to get a bit more of one of the real Italian cuisine.