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Cucina del Sole: A Celebration of Southern Italian Cooking (edition 2007)

by Nancy Harmon Jenkins

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Title:Cucina del Sole: A Celebration of Southern Italian Cooking
Authors:Nancy Harmon Jenkins
Info:William Morrow Cookbooks (2007), Hardcover, 464 pages
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Cucina del Sole: A Celebration of Southern Italian Cooking by Nancy Harmon Jenkins

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This is the book with the scaccia recipe as close to Pina's scaccia as I have come, and Pina herself couldn't tell me better. Authenticity and clarity of thought pop up throughout the book . There are no pictures except on the cover and of this editorial choice I approve. Forces you to read slowly and completely. ( )
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Most Italian-American cooking derives from southern Italian fare, yet few cookbooks offer the parent cuisine in all its delicious variety. Nancy Harmon Jenkins's Cucna del Sole does so expertly. A collection of 200 approachable recipes from Sicily, Calabria, Bastilicata, Puglia, and Campania, the dishes include the likes of Pasta with Tomato and Toasted Almond Pesto; Swordfish in Lemon Caper Sauce; and Slow-Cooked Lamb with Wild Mushrooms. There's a comprehensive section on breads, pizza, and calzone, and a brief but attractive chapter of desserts, such as ricotta tart, Frozen Coffee Pudding, and, of course, cannoli. Good ingredient notes and traveler's advice are present, too.

In her other books, including The Essential Mediterranean, Jenkins offers not only mouth-watering formulas, but pertinent context; the book is also rich in "backstories" like Sicilian Savory Pies, and Pizza in Napoli. Because Jenkins has a journalist's eye and scholar's curiosity, not to mention a cook's know-how, her book also makes good, informative reading. It's unlikely those interested in her subject will find a better introduction to it--or more authentic yet doable southern-Italian dishes. --Arthur Boehm

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A volume of recipes inspired by the traditions of southern Italy features portraits of the regions from whence they came, including such local features as a fish market, an olive press, and a bakery.

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