The Southern Italian Farmer’s desk is a sumptuously illustrated cookbook providing authentic recipes from over thirty agriturismi (running circle of relatives farms that provide room & board to vacationers) in important and southern Italy, wherein the cuisine served epitomizes the farm-clean motion underway inside the usa, the UK, and beyond. traffic to agriturismi, who come from all over Europe and North america, indulge in such delights as colourful inexperienced olive oil fresh from the click, a myriad of hand formed pastas cooked to perfection, and wedges of elderly pecorino redolent of verdant green pastures.
professional chefs who're fluent in Italian, Matthew and Melissa have transcribed more than 150 true Italian recipes from those circle of relatives farms—few of which might be observed in cookbooks to be had outdoor of Italy. full-color photos and anecdotes approximately the farms and their citizens convey Italy’s wonderful countryside to existence and supplement such recipes as fried spaghetti nests, crepe lasagna with pork ragu, highly spiced Calabrian bird, and candy cakes full of ricotta and chocolate. All recipe substances are given in each U.S. and metric measurements.
About the Author
MATTHEW and MELISSA SCIALABBA are a husband and wife cooking and writing team from Connecticut. They graduated from
The Institute of Culinary Education in Manhattan together, and worked for a time in Italy. Fluent in Italian, Melissa graduated from a professional culinary school (Lorenzo di Medici) in Florence, Italy, and apprenticed in a small three-person kitchen of a well known restaurant popular with the locals, while Matt studied winemaking in Liguria in the Cinque Terre. Together, they worked at several Italian agriturismi, where the idea for this cookbook was born. It accompanies their first cookbook, THE ITALIAN FARMER'S TABLE: AUTHENTIC RECIPES AND LOCAL LORE FROM NORTHERN ITALY, which is also from Three Forks.
I appreciate the research and time that went into putting the book together and the recipes, history, and background information are all excellent. I am enjoying this book very much.-depuccetti
This is an interesting cookbook, in that it is really a tour of Italy. The recipes are divided into2 or 3 areas in 12 different regions of central and southern Italy, there are main dishes and desserts, some soups and side dishes. These are not the easiest recipes in the world to prepare, so this is definitely not a book for beginning cooks. There are just a few pictures of the finished dishes; most of the photos are of the people and ingredients and the countryside and towns they inhabit. Dedicated cooks who want to delve deeper into Italian cuisine and are already experienced will find this appealing. There are few diagrams or pictures of rolling out or preparing the different pastas. There are recipes that included wild boar, figs, quail, rabbit and pheasant as ingredients.-Wogan
There are some really unique recipes here. Also, there are stories of the author's experiences, stories of restaurant owners, descriptions of regions etc. that make you feel like you are reading a novel rather than a dry cook book. The regions of Italy covered here are seldom visited by tourists and therefore it is easy to miss out on the experience. This book takes you closer to that life.-Ah1234
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