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Florence: Authentic Recipes Celebrating the Foods of the World…

by Lori De Mori

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0848728556, Hardcover)

An insider’s guide to the recipes, ingredients, and traditions that define international city cuisine, the Foods of the World series is the definitive cookbook collection for anyone passionate about food and travel. Richly photographed, with over 45 authentic recipes and in-depth culinary features, each book brings readers closer to the best eating experiences each city has to offer from a culinary authority Americans trust.

In Florence, culinary artisans, bakers, winemakers and chefs are equally revered as masters of their crafts. From antipasti to dessert, the city’s classic recipes include Ribollita, Grilled Florentine Steak, and Almond Biscotti.

Key Features:

* Bring Tuscan cuisine to your kitchen with well-loved recipes such as Bruschetta with White Beans and Olive Oil or Ricotta Ravioli with Fresh Tomatoes

* Read about how culinary practices such as pressing fresh olive oil, baking bread, and making wine have formed the foundation of Tuscan cuisine for centuries

* Discover recipes and tips from chefs at some of Florence’s favorite trattorias, osterias, and restaurants

(retrieved from Amazon Mon, 30 Sep 2013 13:55:23 -0400)

In this Tuscan city where Renaissance art flourished, wine and cheese makers are equally revered as masters of their crafts. This book introduces you to these culinary artists, and all the foods of Florence. There are more than 45 recipes in the book as well, covering the five courses of a Tuscan meal.… (more)

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