Don’t think of Stefano Manfredi’s Italian Food
as a mere cookbook. Think of it as an encyclopaedia of Italian food, wine, its regions and their cultures.
comes as Stefano enters his thirtieth year in the hospitality industry, during which he has had the chance to not only explore Italy’s twenty regions, but eat and drink his way through them too. And only after all that, did Stefano begin to understand them! So it is that Stefano Manfredi’s Italian Food
becomes a gastronomic tour of Italy; from the the alpine land of Trentino-Alto Adige to the Arab influence in Sicily, and the people both prehistoric and modern that make up the Italy of today.
With such a huge number of regions to go by, it’s no wonder that Stefano Manfredi’s Italian Food
contains not one, not two, but five hundred
Italian recipes, both traditional and modern (and wines to match, of course). There’s basic recipes for different pasta types, antipastis
, desserts, Puglia secondi
, and much more, divided region by region.
Full of history, delicious recipes and an insight in to the beautiful land of Italy, Stefano Manfredi’s Italian Food
is a must-have book for those who can’t get enough of unmistakable Italian cuisine.
Stefano Manfredi's Italian Food features:
- Hardcover, 632 pages.
- Over 500 modern and traditional recipes of Italy.
- Charts the food and wine across Italy, looking at each region's signature dishes.
- Book is divided by region, which is in turn divided in to courses.
- Ribbon bookmark to help you keep your place.
- Full index and photography throughout.
Dimensions: 19.5 x 26 x 5cm.