3 edition of Good food from Italy found in the catalog.
Good food from Italy
Morphy, Marcelle Countess.
|Statement||by Countess Morphy.|
|LC Classifications||TX723 .M6|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||2 p. l., vii-xxiv, 180 p., 1 l.|
|Number of Pages||180|
|LC Control Number||37023358|
GUIDE TO GOOD FOOD OFFERED BY ITALY; Tourist Agency Puts Out Book Telling Visitors of Various Regions' Specialties. VARIETIES ARE NUMEROUS Praises of Wines, Spaghetti and Cheese Are Sung in Form. FROM SCRATCH A Memoir of Love, Sicily, and Finding Home A poignant and transformative cross-cultural love story set against the lush backdrop of the Sicilian countryside, about how one woman discovered the healing powers of food, family and unexpected grace in her darkest hour.
Fresh and bright, Southern Italian cuisine is a direct offshoot of the region’s pleasant weather, Mediterranean influences, and laid-back lifestyle. Long summers bring bountiful tomato harvests—and the red sauces, pizzas, and salads that most diners associate with Italian cooking. Explore the region’s best tastes in the undiscovered /5(48). Genoa Food Guide – The Best Ligurian Food To Eat In Genoa Italy. We love to use Pinterest to help plan our travels. When we find useful information, we pin it to a travel board to save for later. Feel free to pin this post to help plan your trip to Genoa or the Ligurian Coast. See some of our other Italian food guides here.
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