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Genial italienisch (edition 2006)

by Jamie Oliver

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Title:Genial italienisch
Authors:Jamie Oliver
Info:Dorling Kindersley Verlag (2006), Ausgabe: 3., Gebundene Ausgabe, 336 Seiten
Collections:Your library, Sachbücher
Rating:****
Tags:Kochbuch, Italienisch

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Authentic Italian, lovely recipes ( )
  SabinaE | Jan 23, 2016 |
Gorgeous book with wonderful photographs that accompany even lovelier recipes:

Fried ricotta w/ a little tomato salad, Pizzas to die for, Ribollita (Tuscan bean, cabbage, bread soup), Fazzoletti w/ pesto, Roasted mushroom risotto, Pan fried squid w/ lemon & breadcrumbs, Leg of lamb stuffed w/ olives, bread, pinenuts & herbs, & Quick tiramisu!

Ok, have to go eat again! ( )
  Auntie-Nanuuq | Jan 18, 2016 |
Naked (of course): The Naked Chef is at it again. This is a treat of a book with exceptional photography and very useful recipes. I love the heavy paper too. Jamie appears throughout the book and it is worth every penny. I didn't know he and his wife own so many restaurants around the world until I read it here.
  lonepalm | Feb 5, 2014 |
Love Jamie and this cookbook. It's a great introduction to Italian food for those who aren't familiar with cooking it, as authentic Italian can sometimes get complicated. I love how he shows photographs of meat being butchered / drained of blood, because for f--k's sake, if you can't look at the reality of it, you shouldn't eat it. He addresses factory farming and the slow food movement, which is an absolutely critical part of Italian culture. There are no CAFOs in Italy, and for good reason.
  evforija | Aug 27, 2012 |
Many people love him. Some find his hyper Essex boy presentation a tad wearing but there is absolutely no getting away from the fact that actually, he's really good. Great photos make this a treat to browse. Narrative on ingredients and places make it a treat to read. Authentic recipes make it a treat to use. Based on the recipes I've tried over the years from many of his books, Jamie is right up there with Delia and Mary Berry for sheer reliability.
  Carrie.deSilva | Aug 28, 2011 |
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The author presents recipes and cooking tips he received from real Italians during a tour of Italy along with anecdotes from his trip.

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2 editions of this book were published by Penguin Australia.

Editions: 0718147707, 0141043016

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