Rustic Italian Food

Author: Marc Vetri

Publisher: Random House Digital, Inc.

ISBN: 158008589X

Category: Cooking

Page: 291

View: 1683

"The second cookbook from acclaimed Philadelphia chef Marc Vetri, featuring recipes for staples of the hand-crafted Italian Kitchen like bread, pasta, pizza, and salumi"--

Rustic Italian Food

Author: Marc Vetri,David Joachim

Publisher: Ten Speed Press

ISBN: 1607740796

Category: Cooking

Page: 304

View: 1145

From acclaimed Philadelphia chef Marc Vetri comes a celebration of handcrafted, regional Italian cooking that advocates a hands-on, back-to-the-basics approach to cooking. Slow-cooked meats, homemade breads, and flavorful pastas are the traditional comfort-food classics that Italians have been roasting, baking, curing, and making in their own kitchens for generations--dishes that people actually want to cook and eat. Home cooks of every skill level will revel in the 120 recipes, such as sweet Fig and Chestnut Bread, rich Spinach and Ricotta Gnocchi, savory Slow-Roasted Lamb Shoulder, and fragrant Apple Fritters. But Rustic Italian Food is much more than just a collection of recipes. With detailed, step-by-step instructions for making terrines, dry-cured salami, and cooked sausage; a thorough guide to bread and pasta making; and a primer on classic Italian preserves and sauces, Rustic Italian Food is also an education in kitchen fundamentals. In this book Marc Vetri connects us directly to the essence of Italian food.

Lucinda's Rustic Italian Kitchen

Author: Lucinda Scala Quinn,Quentin Bacon

Publisher: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt

ISBN: 0544187229

Category: Cooking

Page: 128

View: 4969

Home-style Italian-American cuisine from the Everyday Food cohost, Mad Hungry author, and Martha Stewart Living executive editorial director. Even the writing has an irresistibly Italian flavor in this cookbook by Lucinda Scala Quinn. She presents fifty-two delicious, easy-to-prepare Italian recipes from her childhood and her extensive travels throughout Italy. Included are drinks such as the Aranciata Cocktail and Handmade Cappuccino; Bruschetta Pomodoro and Grilled Calamari appetizers; pasta dishes including Rigatoni with Rapid Ragu and Linguini with Clams; recipes for Pizza Margherita, Risotto Milanese, Osso Buco, and Veal Piccatta; and mouthwatering desserts to top off your meal. Mangia! “Along with plenty of color beauty shots by Quentin Bacon, Quinn’s book demonstrates that even at its very humblest, Italian cooking yields extraordinary flavors.” —Publishers Weekly

Cucina Rustica

Simple, Irresistible Recipes in the Rustic Italian Style

Author: Viana La Place,Evan Kleiman

Publisher: Harper Collins

ISBN: 0060935111

Category: Cooking

Page: 384

View: 2988

Cucina Rustica,"the rustic 'kitchen,"is Italian food at its simplest and freshest. With more than 250 recipes that use readily available ingredients in deliciously creative combinations, La Place and Kleiman offer a style of cooking and eating that's inviting, easy, and elegant.

Extra Virgin

Recipes & Love from Our Tuscan Kitchen

Author: Gabriele Corcos,Debi Mazar

Publisher: Clarkson Potter

ISBN: 0385346069

Category: Cooking

Page: 272

View: 919

DEBI MAZAR and GABRIELE CORCOS are ambassadors of contemporary Tuscan cooking. In Extra Virgin, food, family, and style come together in a celebration of the pleasures of the rustic Italian table with 120 recipes for simple yet exquisite meals that are accessible, full of fresh flavor, and easy to prepare. Gabriele is a traditional Italian with a big heart, and Debi is an outgoing, brash New York City girl. Their sassy and playful exchanges illuminate what’s important in everyday life: good food and a lot of love. Ranging from traditional antipasti and soups to their spin on entrees, pizzas, and desserts, recipes include Pecorino and Honey Dip, a sweet and salty way to start a meal; tangy, luscious Grilled Apricots with Goat Cheese Ricotta, inspired by wild Tuscan apricot trees; and Sausage and Beans, which offers hints of fennel in a Tuscan red sauce. Here, too, are Braised Artichokes softened in guanciale-infused oil, Breakfast Pizza, and Coffee Granita just as Italians make it. So flag these recipes, get sauce on them, let splashes of olive oil mark the pages—and invite Debi and Gabriele’s charisma and passion for cooking to spill into your kitchen.

A16

Food + Wine

Author: Nate Appleman,Shelley Lindgren

Publisher: Random House Digital, Inc.

ISBN: 1580089070

Category: Cooking

Page: 278

View: 3541

"A cookbook and wine guide from the San Francisco restaurant A16 that celebrates the traditions of southern Italy"--Provided by publisher.

Rustic Italian (Williams-Sonoma)

Simple, Authentic Recipes for Everyday Cooking

Author: Domenica Marchetti

Publisher: Weldon Owen

ISBN: 9781616281656

Category: Cooking

Page: 224

View: 8582

A recipe and reference guide that features options ranging from crostini with figs and roasted chicken with olives and lemons also provides advice on stocking a pantry and selecting Italian wines.

Cucina Fresca

Italian Food, Simply Prepared

Author: Laplace Viana

Publisher: Harper Collins

ISBN: 0060936339

Category: Cooking

Page: 304

View: 6978

Italian in its inspiration, American in its outlook, Cucina Fresca brings a vivid new style to the earthy simplicity of Italy's culinary tradition. This is food at its freshest and simple to prepare.

Urban Italian

Simple Recipes and True Stories from a Life in Food

Author: Andrew Carmellini,Gwen Hyman

Publisher: Bloomsbury USA

ISBN: 9781596914704

Category: Cooking

Page: 320

View: 6877

The recipes that one of New York's best young chefs cooks in his own kitchen: a cookbook full of soulful, sophisticated food and delicious stories While waiting for construction to finish on his restaurant A Voce, Andrew Carmellini faced an unusual challenge. After a brilliant career in professional kitchens (including a six-year tour as chef de cuisine at Café Boulud), he was faced with the harsh reality of life as a civilian cook: no prep cooks, no saucier, no daily deliveries--just him and his wife in their tiny Manhattan-apartment kitchen. Urban Italian is made up of the recipes that result when a great chef has to use the same resources as the rest of us. In these hundred recipes--covering four distinct courses, side dishes, and base recipes--Carmellini shows how to make stunning, soulful food with nothing more than the ingredients, techniques, and time available to the ordinary home cook. The food is sophisticated but also easy to make: lamb meatballs stuffed with goat cheese; veal, beef, and pork ravioli; roast pork with Italian plums and grappa; fennel with Sambuca and orange; and a honey-flavored pine nut cake. The book opens with a narrative (written by Carmellini with his wife and coauthor, Gwen Hyman) that traces Carmellini's culinary education--a series of outrageous tales that will delight anyone who loved Heat or Kitchen Confidential. Also scattered through the book are short pieces on places and ingredients, placed alongside recipes to shed light on the history and practice of simple, beautiful cooking. This is a book you'll find yourself using all the time--to cook from for weeknights and for special occasions, or just to sit down with and read.

Cooking with Italian Grandmothers

Recipes and Stories from Tuscany to Sicily

Author: Jessica Theroux,Katrina Fried

Publisher: Welcome Books

ISBN: 1599620898

Category: Cooking

Page: 295

View: 9861

Presents a collection of recipes, techniques, anecdotes, and photographs that celebrate the culinary traditions of Italy.

Il Viaggio Di Vetri

A Culinary Journey

Author: Marc Vetri,David Joachim

Publisher: Random House Digital, Inc.

ISBN: 1580088880

Category: Cooking

Page: 289

View: 7295

A debut cookbook from the chef of Philadelphia's award-winning Vetri Ristorante showcases the best in classic and innovative rustic Italian cuisine, accompanied by extensive wine notes that match each dish with an appropriate vintage.

Bella Figura

How to Live, Love, and Eat the Italian Way

Author: Kamin Mohammadi

Publisher: Knopf

ISBN: 0385354002

Category: Self-Help

Page: 304

View: 3798

One woman's story of finding beauty, and herself--and a practical guide to living a better life, the Italian way! Kamin Mohammadi, a magazine editor in London, should have been on top of the world. But after heartbreak and loneliness, the stress of her "dream life" was ruining her physical and mental health. Gifted a ticket to freedom--a redundancy package and the offer of a friend's apartment in Florence--Kamin took a giant leap. It did not take her long to notice how differently her new Italian neighbors approached life: enjoying themselves, taking their time to eat and drink, taking their lives at a deliberately slower pace. Filled with wonderful characters--from the local bartender/barista who becomes her love adviser, to the plumbers who fix her heating and teach her to make pasta al pomodoro--here is a mantra for savoring the beauty and color of every day that Italians have followed for generations, a guide to the slow life for busy people, a story of finding love (and self-love) in unlikely places, and an evocative account of a year living an Italian life.

Dinner at the Long Table

Author: Andrew Tarlow,Anna Dunn

Publisher: Ten Speed Press

ISBN: 1607748479

Category: Cooking

Page: 336

View: 5189

ANDREW TARLOW has grown a restaurant empire on the simple idea that a meal can somehow be beautiful and ambitious, while also being unfussy and inviting. From the acclaimed owner of Brooklyn’s Diner, Marlow & Sons, Marlow & Daughters, Reynard, The Ides, Achilles Heel, She Wolf Bakery, Marlow Goods, Roman’s, and the Wythe Hotel comes this debut cookbook capturing a year’s worth of dishes meant to be shared among friends. Personal and accessible, Dinner at the Long Table brings Tarlow’s keen eye for combining design and taste to a collection of seventeen seasonal menus ranging from small gatherings to blow-out celebrations. The menus encompass memorable feasts and informal dinners and include recipes like a leisurely ragu, followed by fruit and biscotti; paella with tomato toasts, and a Catalan custard; fried calamari sandwiches and panzanella; or a lamb tajine with spiced couscous, pickled carrots, and apricots in honey. Dinner at the Long Table includes family-style meals that have become a tradition in his home. Written with ANNA DUNN, the editor in chief of the company’s quarterly magazine Diner Journal, the cookbook is organized by occasion and punctuated with personal anecdotes and photography. Much more than just a beautiful cookbook, Dinner at the Long Table is a thematic exploration into cooking, inspiration, and creativity, with a focus on the simple yet innate human practice of preparing and enjoying food together.

Italian Rustic

How to Bring Tuscan Charm Into Your Home

Author: Elizabeth Helman-Minchilli,Domenico Minchilli,Simon McBride

Publisher: Artisan Publishers

ISBN: 9781579653644

Category: Architecture

Page: 226

View: 3166

A full-color, step-by-step guide to recreating the romance and appeal of a weathered Italian farmhouse, from hand-laid stone walls to artisanal stucco wall finishes to quaint country furnishings, includes more than 250 photos and line drawings.

My Calabria: Rustic Family Cooking from Italy's Undiscovered South

Author: Rosetta Costantino,Janet Fletcher,Shelley Lindgren

Publisher: W. W. Norton & Company

ISBN: 0393065162

Category: Cooking

Page: 396

View: 4292

A native of Calabria, located at the tip of Italy's "boot," presents a cookbook of easily accessible, fresh-from-the-garden recipes that introduce readers to the fiery and simplistic dishes of her homeland.

Cook Like a Rock Star

125 Recipes, Lessons, and Culinary Secrets

Author: Anne Burrell,Suzanne Lenzer

Publisher: Clarkson Potter

ISBN: 0307953270

Category: Cooking

Page: 256

View: 616

If chefs are the new rock stars, Anne wants you to rock in your own kitchen! For Anne Burrell, a classically trained chef and host of Food Network’s Secrets of a Restaurant Chef (where she shares impressive recipes and smart techniques that anyone can master), and Worst Cooks in America (the show that transforms hopeless home cooks), being a rock star in the kitchen means having the confidence and ability to get a great meal on the table without a sweat. In her debut cookbook, she presents 125 rustic yet elegant recipes, all based on accessible ingredients, along with encouraging notes and handy professional tricks that will help you cook more efficiently at home. With Anne's guidance, even the novice cook can turn out showstoppers like Whole Roasted Fish or Rack of Lamb Crusted with Black Olives, which are special enough for guests but easy enough for a weekday evening. For Piccolini (Little Nibbles), try making Truffled Deviled Eggs, Sausage and Pancetta Stuffed Mushrooms, or Baked Ricotta with Rosemary and Lemon. Delicious first courses include Pumpkin Soup with Allspice Whipped Cream and Garlic Steamed Mussels with Pimentón Aioli. And if you're craving pasta, Chef Anne's Light-as-a-Cloud Gnocchi, Sweet and Spicy Sausage Ragù, or Killer Mac and Cheese with Bacon will blow you away. Whether she's telling you how to use garlic most effectively ("perfume the oil, remove the garlic, and ditch it—it's fulfilled its garlic destiny!") or reaffirming the most important part of cooking (it should have the “sparkle factor!”), you will never feel alone at the stove. Anne's effervescent personality and unmatched vitality will be there every step of the way--as teacher, coach, cooking partner, and friend. Organized from “Piccolini and Firsts” to “Pasta, Seconds, Sides,” and, of course, “Dessert” Cook Like a Rock Star is all about empowering you with the confidence to own what you do in your kitchen, to be excited by what you're making, and to experience the same kind of joy that Anne feels everyday when she cooks and eats. From the Hardcover edition.

San Diego Italian Food

A Culinary History of Little Italy and Beyond

Author: Maria Desiderata Montana

Publisher: Arcadia Publishing

ISBN: 1625850603

Category: History

Page: 160

View: 9289

As ethnic neighborhoods in other cities assimilate to American life, the exuberant local flavor of San Diego's Little Italy remains both culturally and culinarily distinct. Tucked between Interstate 5 and San Diego Bay southeast of San Diego International Airport, the blocks surrounding the landmark Our Lady of the Rosary Roman Catholic Church contain many of the most notable eateries and gourmet cafes in "America's Finest City." Join Maria Desiderata Montana, a daughter of that Italian heritage and one of the city's most notable food writers, on this savory tour through the zesty Italian food traditions, businesses and recipes both in Little Italy and across San Diego.

The Mozza Cookbook

Recipes from Los Angeles's Favorite Italian Restaurant and Pizzeria

Author: Nancy Silverton,Matt Molina,Carolynn Carreno

Publisher: Knopf

ISBN: 0307599647

Category: Cooking

Page: 368

View: 4448

Winner of the 2014 James Beard Award for Outstanding Chef: the top chef in the country A traditional Italian meal is one of the most comforting—and delicious—things that anyone can enjoy. Award-winning chef Nancy Silverton has elevated that experience to a whole new level at her Los Angeles restaurants Osteria Mozza and Pizzeria Mozza, co-owned with restaurateurs Mario Batali and Joe Bastianich. A reservation at Mozza has been the hottest ticket in town since the restaurants opened and diners have been lining up for their wildly popular dishes. Finally, in The Mozza Cookbook, Silverton is sharing these recipes with the rest of the world. The original idea for Mozza came to Nancy at her summer home in Panicale, Italy. And that authentic Italian feel is carried throughout the book as we explore recipes from aperitivo to dolci that she would serve at her tavola at home. But do not confuse authentic with conventional! Under Silverton’s guidance, each bite is more exciting and delectable than the last, with recipes such as: Fried Squash Blossoms with Ricotta Buricotta with Braised Artichokes, Pine Nuts, Currants, and Mint Pesto Mussels al Forno with Salsa Calabrese Fennel Sausage, Panna, and Scallion Pizza Fresh Ricotta and Egg Ravioli with Brown Butter Grilled Quail Wrapped in Pancetta with Sage and Honey Sautéed Cavolo Nero Fritelle di Riso with Nocello-soaked Raisins and Banana Gelato Olive Oil Gelato In the book, Nancy guides you through all the varieties of cheese that she serves at the Mozzarella Bar in the Osteria. And you’ll find all the tricks you need to make homemade pastas, gelato, and pizzas that taste as if they were flown in directly from Italy. Silverton’s lively and encouraging voice and her comprehensive knowledge of the traditions behind this mouthwateringly decadent cuisine make her recipes—both familiar and intricate—easy to follow and hard to resist. It’s no wonder it is so difficult to get a table at Mozza—when you’re cooking these dishes there will be a line out your door as well. From the Hardcover edition.

Tasting Rome

Fresh Flavors and Forgotten Recipes from an Ancient City

Author: Katie Parla,Kristina Gill

Publisher: Clarkson Potter

ISBN: 0804187185

Category: Cooking

Page: 256

View: 5248

"Even 150 years after unification, Italy is still a divided nation where individual regions are defined by their local cuisine. Each is a mirror of its city's culture, history, and geography. Cucina romanais the country's greatest standout. Tasting Romeprovides a complete picture of a place that many love but few know completely. In sharing Rome's celebrated dishes, street food innovations, and forgotten recipes, journalist Katie Parla and photographer Kristina Gill showcase its unique character and reveal its truly evolved food culture-a culmination of 2,000 years of history. The recipes here acknowledge the foundations of this cuisine and demonstrate how it has transitioned to the variations found today. They cover the more expected classics (Cacio e Pepe, Pollo alla Romana); the fascinating but largely undocumented Sephardic Jewish cuisine (Polpette Finte, Pizzarelle); the authentic and tasty offal (Guanciale, Insalata di Nervitti); and so much more. Studded with chef features and gorgeous photography highlighting both the food and its hidden city, this book transports readers and immediately inspires them to start cooking the oreally Romano way."

The Rustic Italian Bakery

Author: Veronica Lavenia

Publisher: New Holland Publishing Australia Pty Limited

ISBN: 9781742577432

Category:

Page: 224

View: 7030

The Rustic Italian Bakery is all about sustainability and taste in a healthy and nourishing way, and contains the essence of the homemade bakery tradition. Italian homemade cakes are very simple but rich in taste; they are the classic cakes of the past, when the unprocessed ingredients were the norm and not the exception. They are cakes that can be enjoyed at any time of the day, according to the basic concept of Italian cucina povera (poor cuisine): simple and few ingredients with great taste. A collection of 80 simple and sustainable recipes accompanied by stunning color photography, many of the dishes are traditional Italian family recipes that have been lovingly tried, tested and enjoyed. The key of the book is the beauty and goodness of simple, rustic recipes, typical of Italian homemade tradition, prepared with unrefined ingredients that are readily available. It encapsulates the culture of an Italian village bakery where rustic sweets are eaten at any time of the day, including breakfast, tea or coffee time, or simply a snack to enjoy. -- Veronica Lavenia