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Gennaro's Italian Bakery Hardcover – 8 Sep 2016
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About the Author
Gennaro Contaldo was born in Minori on the Amalfi coast. He came to Britian in the late 60s and worked in several restaurants around the country and London. He then moved to London, where he worked as a chef in a number of restaurants before opening the award-winning Passione. He came to public attention as the chef who inspired Jamie Oliver when they worked together at Antonio Carluccio's restaurant. In spring 2011 he presented Two Greedy Italians on BBC2, and a second series will be aired in spring 2012. Gennaro lives in north-east London with his partner Liz and their nine-year-old twin girls Olivia and Chloe.
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18 January 2018
Format: HardcoverVerified Purchase
This has been a really inspirational book for me. I have been baking bread for the past year, and it’s great now having a book specialising in Italian breads. I think you do need some basic knowledge about bread making prior to this book, because it doesn’t go into too much detail about kneading techniques.
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Terrific book. We have lots of cookery books in our kitchen, but this is one of only a few which get used every week.Read more
Although this book has nothing like the scope of Carol Field's The Italian Baker it has many characteristics that make it at least the equal of Field's seminal work.Read more