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Two Kitchens: 120 Family Recipes from Sicily and Rome Hardcover – 13 Jul 2017
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Rachel Roddy's writing is as absorbing as any novel. Her prose is so elegant and her story-telling so compelling that I almost forgot I was reading a cookbook. (Russell Norman, Polpo)
This very entertaining book is a perfect marriage of the personal with the practical. Rachel has the ability of combining intimate reminiscences with excellent recipes. If you want to know anything about the food of Rome or Sicily, this is the book for you. (Anna Del Conte)
Rachel Roddy describing how to boil potatoes would inspire me. I want to live under her kitchen table. There are very, very few who possess such a supremely uncluttered culinary voice as hers, just now. (Simon Hopkinson)
Rachel Roddy brings the warm flavours of the south into our northern kitchens. Her dishes from Sicily and Rome are linked by family stories, and both place and food are beautifully photographed. I shall cook from this book with pleasure. (Jill Norman)
Her writing is elegant and her recipes tempting - the perfect combination. (Evening Standard)
Roddy's writing often reminds me of a more generous, more evocative Elizabeth David. (Nancy Harmon Jenkins The Art of Eating)
Rachel Roddy's first book, Five Quarters, became the kind of read that cookbook lovers and foodies urge each other to buy. Her new book is full of recipes further expanding on the idea of Five Quarters, that no two Italian dishes are the same. (Evening Standard)
Such a talented storyteller and skilled cook. (The Foodie Bugle)
Two Kitchens: Family Recipes from Sicily and Rome by Rachel Roddy, the award-winning Guardian Cook columnist and winner of the Andre Simon and Guild of Food Writers', delivers a glorious book highlighting the food that comes from her two kitchens in Sicily and Rome. Rachel's first title Five Quarters is on my bookshelf and I cannot wait to have this title join it. I had the privilege of reviewing the electronic version and it is spectacular - Rachel's beautiful writing, stunning photographs and scrumptious recipes makes this title a must have. (Eat Your Books Blog)
From the winner of the André Simon and Guild of Food Writers comes a book of sumptuous Italian recipes, flavours and stories from Rachel's two kitchens in Sicily and Rome.See all Product description
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If you love Italian food this is s very practical guide to some tasty meals!