While most Americans associate Italian cuisine with the food brought to America by immigrants primarily from Southern Italy, there is a swelling movement to bring it back to its more authentic past. This boxed set of 4 cookbooks compiled by Slow Food Editore is exactly the handy kitchen reference that has that greater affinity with techniques and ingredients that are native to Italy that the modern cook is seeking.
The incredible variety and diversity of Italy’s cultural and culinary slow food traditions is revealed through authentic regional recipes. This collection of one thousand Italian recipes was carefully selected by Slow Food Editore for Eataly from restaurants recognized by the Slow Food Movement as venues that follow the traditional regional ethos of great Italian cooking, using only fresh, locally sourced, sustainable ingredients. This handy cookbook features four volumes in an attractive slipcase, each devoted to a main theme: meat, fish, vegetables, and desserts.
Along with simple instructions on how to prepare each recipe, this tome offers a wealth of anecdotal information, such as the origins of many dishes, serving suggestions, notes on the region, and historical and traditional morsels of Italian knowledge. The stamp of approval from the revolutionary Slow Food collective is assurance that each recipe is authentic and thoughtfully prepared.
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