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Jamie Cooks Italy
Language: un
Pages: 408
Authors: Jamie Oliver
Categories: Cooking
Type: BOOK - Published: 2018-08-09 - Publisher: Penguin UK

Escape to Italy with Jamie's new cookbook . . . Jamie returns to cooking the food he loves the most, getting right to heart of the Italian kitchen in his ultimate go-to Italian cookbook. He shows you that truly authentic Italian cooking is simple, beautiful and achievable. 'An irresistible collection
Jamie's Italy
Language: un
Pages: 320
Authors: Jamie Oliver
Categories: Cooking
Type: BOOK - Published: 2006-10-25 - Publisher: Hyperion

Bestselling author Jamie Oliver finally devotes an entire book to America's favorite cuisine -- Italian! Italy and its wonderful flavors have always had a major influence on Jamie Oliver's food and cooking. In Jamie's Italy, he travels this famously gastronomic country paying homage to the classic dishes of each region
Gennaro: Slow Cook Italian
Language: un
Pages: 192
Authors: Gennaro Contaldo
Categories: Cooking
Type: BOOK - Published: 2015-02-05 - Publisher: Pavilion

"Beautiful, classic recipes made with passion, by the man who taught me everything I know about Italian cooking." Jamie Oliver Gennaro shows you how to prepare good Italian food with minimum effort by letting the oven or hob do the work. Slow cooking draws out flavours and softens the texture
Gennaro's Fast Cook Italian
Language: un
Pages: 192
Authors: Gennaro Contaldo
Categories: Cooking
Type: BOOK - Published: 2018-04-05 - Publisher: Pavilion

Full of enticing, authentic and, most of all, quick-to-prepare recipes, Gennaro Contaldo’s new book demonstrates how to whip up a delicious Italian feast in 40 minutes or less. From lightning-fast risottos to perfectly pronto pastas, speedy soups and delightful desserts, these recipes showcase the very best Italy has to offer,
How to Write and Publish a Cookbook
Language: un
Pages: 40
Authors: Elena Ceciu
Categories: Language Arts & Disciplines
Type: BOOK - Published: 2020-12-30 - Publisher: Ceciu Elena

Take a moment to think how it would be to leaf through your own book, straight out of the printing press, taking in that unmistakable smell of paper freshly covered in ink. You stand before a pile of books that have your name on them, and you are overcome by