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by Paolo Destafanis,Julia della Croce

  • ISBN: 0811823504
  • Author: Paolo Destafanis,Julia della Croce
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  • Rating: 4.9 of 5
  • Language: English
  • Pages: 168
  • Publisher: Chronicle Books; Revised ed. edition (July 1, 2003)
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  • Category: Cooking
  • Subcategory: Regional & International
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Julia della Croce (Author), Paolo Destefanis (Author), Paolo Destafanis (Author), Julia della (Author) & 1 more.

Julia della Croce (Author), Paolo Destefanis (Author), Paolo Destafanis (Author), Julia della (Author) & 1 more.

Belluno's pillow-shaped pasta stuffed with beets and sprinkled with poppyseeds reveals Austrian influences, while a meal of roasted turkey topped with pomegranate sauce is a sure indicator that it's time to celebrate the fall harvest.

Although some of the recipes don't look too enticing, della Croce offers pages of great background information on the types and history of foods in the Veneto

Although some of the recipes don't look too enticing, della Croce offers pages of great background information on the types and history of foods in the Veneto. And with the lush photography and rich quotes pulled from literature, even if you never make a recipe from this book, it makes a great gift for anyone who loves food or all things Venetian.

Veneto: Authentic Recipes from Venice and the Italian Northeast. Della Croce’s cup of unforgettable recipes runneth over in this handy compendium of Roman cuisine, sprinkled generously with delicious culinary proverbs ("Eating without drinking is like building without mortar")

Veneto: Authentic Recipes from Venice and the Italian Northeast. Della Croce’s cup of unforgettable recipes runneth over in this handy compendium of Roman cuisine, sprinkled generously with delicious culinary proverbs ("Eating without drinking is like building without mortar"). In a handsomely illustrated book happy to remain open on a busy countertop, the veteran chef and culinary teacher presents dozens of local recipes from Italy’s Lazio region, and Rome in particular. In addition to the delicious recipes, the book goes into depth about the history of food in the region as well as recommendations of eating establishments there that reflect the local cuisine. No, one will not find in the book what is typically served in Italian, or more specifically Italian-American, restaurants in North America, but rather it reflects better what people in and about Rome eat on a daily basis, which is exactly what I was looking for.

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VENETO: Authenic Recipes from Venice and the Italian Northeast Chronicle Books, 2003, Photographs by Paolo Destefanis. Winner of the 2004 Gourmand World Cookbook Award for "Best Italian Cookbook published in America". UMBRIA: Regional Recipes from the Heartland of Italy Chronicle Books, 2003, Photographs by John A. Rizzo. Signora della Croc. as given us a great gift.

by: Croce, Julia Della Destefanis, Paolo. Publisher: Chronicle Books Published: May 1, 2003 ISBN: 0811823504 Format:Paperback Pages:168. Corn in the form of polenta and rice as risotto are regional dishes, as are fish, chicken and, of course, beef, which here is a stand-in for the occasional horsemeat.

Most everyone is familiar with the enchanting city of Venice, but the Veneto region of Italy also lays claim to rich deltas of rice, olive groves and vineyards, fertile flatlands, and one of the most dramatic mountainscapes anywhere in the world. Naturally, this would create a wealth of cherished culinary traditions. The authentic Veneto kitchen merges its ancient heritage with humble ingredients, producing one of the most fascinating cuisines in Italy

Adapted from Veneto: Authentic Recipes From Venice and the Italian Northeast, by Julia della Croce.

Adapted from Veneto: Authentic Recipes From Venice and the Italian Northeast, by Julia della Croce. Made from a mixture of finely ground polenta and wheat flour, they are pleasantly grainy, ideal for dunking into prosecco, espresso, or a fruit puree like the one Mauro makes using.

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Most everyone is familiar with the enchanting city of Venice, but the Veneto region of Italy also lays claim to rich deltas of rice, olive groves and vineyards, fertile flatlands, and one of the most dramatic mountainscapes anywhere in the world. Naturally, this would create a wealth of cherished culinary traditions. The authentic Veneto kitchen merges its ancient heritage with humble ingredients, producing one of the most fascinating cuisines in Italy. Julia della Croce shares the origins of over 60 recipes as she takes the reader on a glorious visual and culinary tour of the Veneto. Belluno's pillow-shaped pasta stuffed with beets and sprinkled with poppyseeds reveals Austrian influences, while a meal of roasted turkey topped with pomegranate sauce is a sure indicator that it's time to celebrate the fall harvest. Handy lists of charming places to stay, local festivals and cooking classes, plus evocative photos of the food and countryside will inspire anyone to plan their next vacation to the Veneto. Until then, this beloved region is as close as the kitchen.

Comments (6)

Jia
I agree with the reviewer who said "some of the recipes don't look too enticing", though I'd go further and say "pretty much all" of them won't elicit much interest from anybody. This is why the book is out of print! Nobody cares.

The beginning of the book has a nice introduction that discusses area culture and history, but such a thing would be better read in a history or travel guide. At least it keeps the thing from being something you throw out or donate to the library (who will in turn throw it out due to nobody ever, ever checking it out once they flip through the pages.)

It's a shame, as I was hoping for some culinary adventure hook into what is one of my favorite parts of Europe. I do believe that I, nor anyone else, would never take the extensive time to make from scratch "Beet-stuffed Ravioli with Poppy Seeds and Smoked Rricotta", or "Rabbit in the Old Style".

Now that I see what this is, I've lost interest in her other regional books, like Umbria and Roma. I also didn't much care for her book, "Italian Home Cooking". I think I like Marcella Hazan's choice of recipes much better, I have several of her books and actually have found them very useful.
heart of sky
a great regional cookbook, but so much more. Julia includes a bit of history and culture as well. Good photography, a shame it is no longer in print
Ydely
Very nice cookbook gives much information of the region with good recipes. Th book was in almost new condition
Anardred
I like it! Good recipes, nice pictures. I wish there was more.
Jugore
Venice.. Home to Olive Groves and Vineyards, agricultural flatlands, and one of the most dramatic mountainscapes in the world, this book contains a wealth of cherished culinary traditions...

This book has gorgeous pictures along with historical information about the city , the food of Northeast Italy, charming places to stay, festivals and a map of the city. Some of the chapters include Wines of the Veneta, The Veneta Pantry, Sauces and Condiments such as (Veronese Bread Sauce, Fresh Horseradish, Peverada Sauce, Apple Condiment), etc. Appetizers and Snacks like Stuffed Crab, Steamed Mussels, Turkey Meatballs, Pumpkin Pie and more. 16 different types of soups, pasta and rice like Wine soup and Risotto with Pumpkin and Walnuts. Vegetable Side dishes section. Whole section dedicted to Polenta with 5 different recipes. Main recipe section includes classics like Potato Gnocchi from scratch, to more exotic/authentic type recipes Rabbit in the Old Style. You get 7 dessert recipes like Classic Bread Pudding, Christmas Cake, Sand Cake and different types of cookies and pudding. About 52 different recipes in all. I'd pick this up if you're interested in learning more about Venice or are looking to cook some traditional Venitian food.
fr0mTheSkY
Although some of the recipes don't look too enticing, della Croce offers pages of great background information on the types and history of foods in the Veneto. And with the lush photography and rich quotes pulled from literature, even if you never make a recipe from this book, it makes a great gift for anyone who loves food or all things Venetian.

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