Art of Sicilian Cooking Italian Cookbook
Art of Sicilian Cooking Italian Cookbook presents the Mediterranean flavors of Sicily, Italy. There are 235 recipes inside this vintage find. Veal Scaloppine alla Garibaldi, Cassata sponge cake, breaded and broiled Sicilian steak, and other standouts await you within the pages of the Art of Sicilian Cooking.
Format: Hardcover with dust jacket, 224 pages
Copyright: 1971, First Edition
Publisher: Doubleday and Company
Author: Anna Muffoletto
Description: This cookbook is the first devoted exclusively to the sumptuous and spicy art of Sicilian cooking. Situated at the crossroads of the Mediterranean, Sicily has long been a melting pot of peoples and cultures. Her unique history has resulted in a unique cuisine -- one that skilfully blends the tastes of Greece and the Middle East as well as Spain, France, and the Italian mainland to produce exotic and exquisite dishes with a flavor all their own.
Delicious and easy-to-follow recipes are offered here for every palate, from the simplest soups to the most elegant desserts. Such popular Italian ingredients as artichokes, eggplant, olives, pasta, sausages, tomatoes, zucchini and cheeses form the backbone of the Sicilian diet, and are included here in an endless number of combinations that are sure to spark the imagination of any creative cook.
Condition: Good condition.
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