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  • Food of the Italian South
  • Katie Parla
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  • 20 July 2017
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10 thoughts on “Food of the Italian South

  1. says:

    Offered diversity than expectedThis addresses southern Italian dishes from varying regions Being an agrarian area the dishes are simple and r

  2. says:

    This is one of my favorite cookbooks I love that this book focuses in on the Italian south where my family is from I recognize a few recipes and loved reading all the stories sprinkled throughout the book I've already made many of these recipes my favorite being the cover image of course Highly recommend

  3. says:

    I really enjoyed reading through this book I loved that the author talked about the various regions of the Italia

  4. says:

    There is nothing uite like Parla's writing to bring fascination to Southern Italy in this new cookbook of hers She captured my fascination in Tasting Rome two years back and this cookbook did not disappoint if anything I LOVE IT MORE I love how she draws the reader in with beautiful descriptions and pictures and invites them to t

  5. says:

    Beautiful photographs but not enough photographs of the recipes themselves Lovely and informative stories but sometimes they seemed out of place My major gripe is that a fantastic at least to read collection of recipes is marred by the author's tone which freuently veers into the pretentious or just annoying she mentioned than once how much

  6. says:

    Some cookbooks are good reads and this is one of them I loved this book for all the great recipes I hope to try some soon but even for the historical information about the culinary traditions of my ancestors I learned a lot and was surprised about some of what I learned I will be reading back over it slowly and t

  7. says:

    I did try the puff pastry much easier than method I used before almost as good worth making for its ease The history Parla gives was i

  8. says:

    There is an abundance of historical information throughout making this much than just a cookbook Each recipe has a short description giving life and reason to its inclusion in the book However there are some recipes which I feel shouldn't have been included simply because of their impracticality in the modern world

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    Wish there were photo credits Can't believe there was no recipe for taralli Overall I did enjoy the book however especially the social history Needed this after two weeks in Puglia where the rustic food left a lasting delicious impression

  10. says:

    This book was interesting in that it went into detail about recipes that were lost or disappearing from modern

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Food of the Italian South

Glia Basilicata and Calabria regions This excellent volume proves that no matter how well trodden the Italian cookbook path is an expert with genuine curiosity and a well developed voice can still find new material” Publishers Weekly starred review  “There's There’s Italian food and then there's there’s  Italian food Not just pizza pasta and prosciutto but obscure recipes that have been passed down through generations and are only found in Italy and in this book” Woman’s Day Best Cookbooks Coming Out in 2019“With  Food of the Italian South Parla wanted to branch out from Rome and celebrate the lower half of the country” Punch “Acclaimed culinary journalist Katie Parla takes cookbook readers and home cooks on a culinary journey” The Parkersburg News and Sentinel. Wish there were photo credits Can t believe there was no recipe for taralli Overall I did enjoy the book however especially the social history Needed this after two weeks in Puglia where the rustic food left a lasting delicious impression

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85 authentic recipes and 100 stunning photographs that capture the cultural and cooking traditions of the Italian South from the mountains to the coastIn most cultures exploring food means exploring history and the Italian south has plenty of both to offer The pasta heavy tomato forward “Italian food” the world knows and loves does not actually represent the entire country; rather these beloved and widespread culinary traditions hail from the regional cuisines of the south Acclaimed author and food journalist Katie Parla takes you on a tour through these vibrant destinations so you can sink your teeth into the secrets of their rustic romantic dishes Parla shares rich recipes both original and reimagined along with historical and cultural insights that encapsulate the miles of rugged b. I really enjoyed reading through this book I loved that the author talked about the various regions of the Italian South and she discusses the ingredients that s popular to the area There are many simple rustic dishes some I have never come across and some that are disappearing What s really enjoyable about this book are the photographs and the very few ingredients needed to make some delicious comfort eating dishes There are many photos of how to do some of the prep work that I find helpful I would love to insert myself in many of these places and eat these delicious meals I find that many are really easy to prepare This book is definitely a keeper Thank you for the free book Clarkson Potter

review Food of the Italian South

Eaches sheep dotted mountains meditatively uiet towns and most important culinary traditions uniue to this precious piece of Italy With just a bite of the Involtini alla Piazzetta from farm rich Campania a taste of Giurgiulena from the sugar happy kitchens of Calabria a forkful of ’U Pan’ Cuott’ from mountainous Basilicata a morsel  of Focaccia from coastal Puglia or a mouthful of Pizz e Foje from uaint Molise you’ll discover what makes the food of the Italian south uniuePraise for Food of the Italian South “Parla clearly crafted every recipe with reverence and restraint balancing authenticity with accessibility for the modern home cook” Fine Cooking  “Parla’s knowledge and voice shine in this outstanding meditation on the food of South Italy from the Molise Campania Pu. Beautiful photographs but not enough photographs of the recipes themselves Lovely and informative stories but sometimes they seemed out of place My major gripe is that a fantastic at least to read collection of recipes is marred by the author s tone which freuently veers into the pretentious or just annoying she mentioned than once how much she enjoys sunning and tanning on the beach I don t care Made me long for Carla Lalli Music I m glad I borrowed this from the library