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Italian, My Way

by Jonathan Waxman & Tom Colicchio Simon & Schuster (April 05, 2011)

Simple. Seasonal. Inspired.

A father of New American cuisine and mentor to chefs like Bobby Flay, Jonathan Waxman introduced a new generation to the pleasures of casual food by shining a spotlight on seasonal...


Made in Italy: Food and Stories

by Giorgio Locatelli HarperCollins e-books (March 22, 2011)

Giorgio Locatelli started helping out in the family restaurant at age five. He was raised in Corgeno in northern Italy, close to the Swiss border and Milan. Almost everything his family ate and drank was produced...


Cooking on the Lam

by Joseph Iannuzzi Simon & Schuster (November 01, 2001)

Like The Mafia Cookbook, this is a cookbook with a story. It's about how Joe Dogs, whose testimony sent more high-ranking mafiosi to the slammer than that of any other federal witness, set out on a trip through...


Rosemary and Bitter Oranges

by Patrizia Chen Scribner (June 15, 2010)

Patrizia Chen's childhood was suffused with the scent of simmering pots of cacciucco -- a local, hearty seafood stew -- and of the pittosporum blooming along the Tuscan coast. Her family's house and sumptuous...


Burgundy

by Robert M. Parker Simon & Schuster (March 02, 2010)

Burgundy is a fitting monument to the region that is capable of producing, in Parker's words, "the world's most majestic, glorious, and hedonistic red and white wine."

With the publication of his classic volumes,...


The Tante Marie's Cooking School Cookbook

by Mary S. Risley Simon & Schuster (September 29, 2009)

Have you ever read a recipe that called for artichokes and wondered just how to trim them, or wanted to learn the proper way to use a pastry bag? While most cookbooks provide home cooks with only recipes, The...


Apricots on the Nile

by Colette Rossant Washington Square Press (November 01, 2007)

Cairo, 1937: French-born Colette Rossant is waiting out World War II among her father's Egyptian-Jewish relatives. From the moment she arrives at her grandparents' belle époque mansion by the Nile, the five-year-old...


The French Kitchen Cookbook

by Patricia Wells William Morrow Cookbooks (November 05, 2013)

A master class in fresh, delicious, French-inspired cooking

Since 1995, students have waited months and sometimes years for the privilege of learning to cook with Patricia Wells at Chanteduc, her eighteenth-century...


Naples at Table

by Arthur Schwartz William Morrow Cookbooks (August 27, 2013)

Arthur Schwartz, popular radio host, cookbook author, and veteran restaurant critic, invites you to join him as he celebrates the food and people of Naples and Campania. Encompassing the provinces of Avellino,...


French Food at Home

by Laura Calder HarperCollins e-books (September 14, 2010)

The French cooking of everyday life is lighthearted, accessible, and suited to modern tastes. Whether it's getting weeknight dinners on the table fairly fast (Basil Beef, Rhubarb Chops, or Carrot Juice Chicken)...


A Man and His Meatballs

by John LaFemina HarperCollins e-books (August 31, 2010)

A hilariously funny cookbook–cum–how–I–did–it memoir by the chef/restaurateur who created New York's dazzling Ápizz restaurant.

At the age of thirty–seven, John LaFemina left a lucrative career...


Cooking the Roman Way

by David Downie HarperCollins e-books (February 01, 2011)

Rome is the most beloved city in Italy, if not the world. Rich in culture, art, and charm, the Eternal City is also home to some of the most delicious and accessible cooking in all of Italy. Influenced by both...


Italian Identity in the Kitchen, or, Food and the Nation

by Massimo Montanari & Beth Archer Brombert Columbia University Press (June 18, 2013)

Another entertaining and surprising food history by the scholar who has come to define the discipline, this volume draws readers into the far-flung story of how regional cuisine came to shape a collective Italian...


Great British Cooking

by Jane Garmey William Morrow Cookbooks (July 02, 2013)

This book is a revelation to Americans who have never tasted real Cornish Pasties, Scotch Woodcock (a splendid version of scrambled eggs) or Brown Bread Ice Cream. From the sumptuous breakfasts that made England...


The Perfect Meal

by John Baxter Harper Perennial (February 26, 2013)

John Baxter's The Perfect Meal is part grand tour of France, part history of French cuisine, taking readers on a journey to discover and savor some of the world's great cultural achievements before they disappear...


The Gift of the Greek

by Yiota Giannakopoulou Skyhorse (February 06, 2018)

A rustic but modern cookbook, filled with traditional recipes passed down through several generations of Greek and Mediterranean cooks.

With a minimalist feel and an emphasis on the use of fresh ingredients,...


The Ultimate Healthy Greek Cookbook

by Yiota Giannakopoulou Skyhorse (April 16, 2019)

Modernized Recipes Passed Down Through Generations!

With an emphasis on the use of fresh ingredients, limited use of processed raw ingredients, and a generous dose of olive oil in almost every dish, this is...


Strudel, Noodles and Dumplings: The New Taste of German Cooking

by Anja Dunk Fourth Estate (September 06, 2018)

A celebration of modern German home cooking from Anja Dunk’s young family kitchen.

Strudel, Noodles and Dumplings is a long-awaited revival of this underserved national cuisine, proving that there is more...


The New English Table: 200 Recipes from the Queen of Thrifty, Inventive Cooking

by Rose Prince Fourth Estate (August 31, 2017)

Building upon the ever-more-popular principles of The New English Kitchen and The Savvy Shopper, The New English Table celebrates good British food and shows how to make the most of ingredients and leftovers....


Super Tuscan: Heritage Recipes and Simple Pleasures from Our Kitchen to Your Table

by Gabriele Corcos & Debi Mazar Atria Books (October 03, 2017)

From the celebrity/chef husband-wife team and authors of the bestselling Extra Virgin comes a brand-new cookbook with over 100 delicious recipes that incorporate Tuscan flair with classic American dishes.

With...


Les Marchés Francais: Four Seasons of French Dishes from the Paris Markets

by Brian DeFehr & Pauline Boldt Running Press Adult (April 18, 2017)

Eat like the French with seasonal, market-focused dishes that taste as fresh and vibrant as Parisian life, no matter where you live!

In France, the best way to start dinner is to consult the market down the...


The Splendid Table

by Lynne R. Kasper & Louis B Wallach Inc. William Morrow Cookbooks (February 21, 2012)

Just when you thought you knew the best of Northern Italy, along comes Lynne RossettoKasper to introduce you to Emilia-Romagna, a fertile wedge between Milan, Venice, and Florence, as gastronomically important...


Dolce Famiglia

by David Rocco HarperCollins Publishers (October 25, 2016)

A tavola non si invecchia.

At the table (with good friends and family) you do not grow old.

In his first two bestselling cookbooks, David Rocco’s Dolce Vita and Made in Italy, celebrity chef and author David...


The Arthur Avenue Cookbook: Recipes and Memories from the Real Little Italy

by Ann Volkwein Ecco (November 15, 2011)

Arthur Avenue winds its way through the heart of theBronx. Known to many as the "real Little Italy," the storiedArthur Avenue neighborhood has been home to a vibrantcommunity of Italian-Americans for over a...


Cheese, Pears, and History in a Proverb

by Massimo Montanari & Beth Archer Brombert Columbia University Press (August 20, 2010)

"Do not let the peasant know how good cheese is with pears" goes the extremely well known yet hard to decipher saying. Intrigued by this proverb, which has endured since the Middle Ages, Massimo Montanari launches...


The Food of Spain

by Claudia Roden HarperCollins e-books (July 12, 2011)

One of our foremost authorities on Mediterranean, North African, and Italian cooking, Claudia Roden brings her incomparable authenticity, vision, and immense knowledge to bear in The Food of Spain. The James...


In the Royal Manner: Expert Advice on Etiquette and Entertaining from the Former Butler to  Diana, Princess of Wales

by Paul Burrell Grand Central Publishing (December 14, 2008)

Paul Burrell has worked in the service of the royal family for 22 years, working his way up from footman to the Queen, to Princess Diana's personal butler at both Highgrove and Kensington Palace. Now, for the...


Entertaining with the Sopranos

by Carmela Soprano Grand Central Publishing (November 16, 2008)

Fans of a certain multi-award-winning HBO® dramatic series and lovers of fine eating everywhere made The Sopranos Family Cookbook a runaway #1 bestseller, thanks to its intimate vignettes and delectable Old...


The Sopranos Family Cookbook: As Compiled by Artie Bucco

by Artie Bucco, Allen Rucker & Michele Scicolone Grand Central Publishing (August 01, 2008)

Nuovo Vesuvio. The "family" restaurant, redefined. Home to the finest in Napolitan' cuisine and Essex County's best kept secret. Now Artie Bucco, la cucina's master chef and your personal host, invites you to...


The French Women Don't Get Fat Cookbook

by Mireille Guiliano Atria Books (April 27, 2010)

With French Women Don't Get Fat, Mireille Guiliano wrote the ultimate non-diet book on how to enjoy food and stay slim and became a publishing phenomenon. In her first ever cookbook, she provides her millions...


Return to Paris

by Colette Rossant Atria Books (May 11, 2010)

Paris, 1947: Colette Rossant returns to Paris after waiting out World War II in Cairo among her father's Egyptian-Jewish relatives. Initially, the City of Light seems gray and forbidding to the teenage Colette,...