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By Ferrigno, Ursula
Paperback. English.
Published London: Quadrille, 2009
With recipes from leading chefs and food writers, this series brings out the best in a range of food types, containing exciting yet approachable dishes...

By McCulloch, Julie, 1973-
Book. English.
Published London: Heinemann Library, 2009
Rev. and updated [ed.]
This series introduces food and recipes from different countries and cultures. Each title looks at the country and region, food culture, customs and eating...

Hardback. English.
Published London: Phaidon, c2010
From informal picnics to family barbecues and entertaining outdoors, this book is a collection of 380 easy-to-follow and authentic Italian recipes for...

By Arrigo, Paolo
Hardback. English.
Published London: Simon & Schuster, 2009
'From Seed to Plate' covers the Italian tradition of growing to cook, using recipes handed down through generations. Paolo Arrigo shares his family's...

By Capella, Anthony
CD. English.
Published Rearsby: Clipper Audio, 2007
'The Wedding Officer' is a sumptuous tale of food to heal the deepest wounds, of the hungers of war and the bittersweet nature of love

By Goulding, Sylvia
Hardback. English.
Published London: Wayland, 2008
Food is an important part of any nation and the titles in this series explore each country's special relationship with food. A map highlights the geography...

By Leon, Donna
Paperback. English.
Published London: William Heinemann, 2010
Food plays an important role in Donna Leon's Commissario Brunetti novels. In 'A Taste of Venice', Roberta Pianaro invites readers into the Brunetti's...

By Del Conte, Anna
Hardback. English.
Published London: Chatto & Windus, 2009
Anna Del Conte brought Italian cooking to Britain at a time when the nearest most of us came to pasta was a tinned spaghetti hoop. Sharply observant,...

By Del Conte, Anna
CD. English.
Published Bath: BBC Audiobooks, 2010
Complete & unabridged
Anna Del Conte brought Italian cooking to Britain at a time when the nearest most of us came to pasta was tinned spaghetti hoops. Sharply observant, evocative...
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