Cicchetti: And Other Small Italian Dishes to Share Hardcover – Abridged, Audiobook, Box set
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About the Author
LINDY WILDSMITH is an experienced food writer. Her interest in food and travel has led her to write several books about Italian food, as well as the highly acclaimed Cured. Lindy speaks fluent Italian, runs Italian cookery courses and has an in-depth knowledge of Italy and its gastronomy. Her recipes are designed for people who enjoy cooking, eating and good company. Lindy writes a blog, grown-upfood.blogspot.com, and you can follow her on twitter @lindywildsmith.
VALENTINA HARRIS has enjoyed a long career writing and teaching about authentic Mediterranean dishes. She has carved herself a career as a self-styled ambassadress and expert on Mediterranean gastronomy and diet, and has written over 30 books on Italian food, where she shares her food philosophy of using local, seasonal produce to make dishes with maximum care and minimum fuss. She now lives in London and teaches at several cooking schools when not writing and offering her services as a consultant and private caterer.
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The Venetian section of the book is split into chapters on seafood, eggs cheese & cured meat, vegetables, meat, and aperitivi. The second part is split by region, with a few pages per region and a couple of recipes (including drinks) per page. Some of the recipes are more ideas (parmesan with balsamic vinegar for example), but are still perfect for providing inspiration.
To try and list the most tempting recipes is neigh-on impossible - everything looks so good (about half of the recipes are photographed). And with a total of 250 pages, there are more than enough ideas for even the keenest of cooks, or party host.
It is the one downside of this beautiful book: producing delicious little morsels such as these isn't really worth it unless you have enough people to share the results with. Which sounds like a great excuse for at least several parties.
One of the nicest cook books we have seen this year.
Nicely illustrated with clear instructions.If I close my eyes I can picture myself sitting
by a canal in Venice with a prosecco and a plate of cicchetti balanced on top.............ah me................
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