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Collection of Special Recipes From My Italian Family and Friends By Lena Bracco
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This cook book contains some Italian and American recipes. The Italian recipes were handed down to me from my grandmother who taught her daughter's these specialty dishes. My grandmother created... More > delicious dishes from memory taught to her by her mother. With my mother's help we put these recipes down on paper and tested them in my kitchen. For many years we continued our Italian traditions and enjoyed these recipes long after my grandmother had passed on. My hope is to keep these traditions going in other families as well as mine. Some possibly are familiar with these dishes but weren't as lucky as I was to put a little of this and a little of that on paper. I've also collected many delicious American recipes through the years thanks to my girl friends and other family members. I've also tried all of them and love every one. I hope you will too. Good Appetite!< Less
Villa VEA Cookbook By Tom Resciniti Demont
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This cookbook is for a very special place in the Albruni Mountians of Campania province of Salerno where all you hear is birds singing. This is an introduction to Villa VEA!
Affordable Organic & Easy to Prepare Recipes By Gloria Constantine
eBook (PDF): $3.13
This book includes over 80 affordable, easy recipes with specialties from Italy Greece Ecuador to enjoy with family and friends.
Intrinsically Italy By Sarah Ingle
eBook (PDF): $9.99
This book was written after completing a study abroad program in Rome, Italy. Included are: places to see, specialty dishes to eat, restaurants you have to visit, do's and dont's of being in Italy,... More > and more! This book reveals insider knowledge resulting from firsthand experience and education gained during a university student's stay in the incredible city. Beneficial for new and experienced travelers, students considering participating in study abroad programs, people looking to travel, and anyone interested in pursuing or reliving an Italian experience, this book stands out from the rest. Whether you have been to Rome several times, or never before in your life, this book offers tips you can benefit from. It is recommended that you read it before you ever step foot off the plane, and keep it with you to use while in Rome. Because it is in an eBook format, it will not take up any extra space in your bag, and can be easily transported from destination to destination!< Less
Südtirol and Dolomites By Enrico Massetti
eBook (ePub): $8.99
Alto Adige – Südtirol is a German-speaking province, where food is more similar to Austrian food than to Italian. Smoked speck is a specialty here. And… don't forget the mountains,... More > both in winter and in summer time there is always something to do. This is a guide to the Italian mountain province of Südtirol. It describes its provincial capital city of Bolzano with its surroundings of San Genesio, Sarentino Valley, Ritten, Rosengarten, Carezza Lake, and Steinegg, as well as the Pusteria and Venosta valleys, including Merano and its surroundings of Senales Valley, Passeir Valley, Naturns, Lagundo, Schwemmalm, Vigiljoch, Ulten Valley and Naturns. It also includes the Seiseralm - Alpe di Siusi, with Kestelruth, Fie allo Scillar, and the Alta Badia Valley, as well as the Val Gardena with Santa Cristina, Selva, and Ortisei. The guide includes extensive descriptions and photos of the localities covered.< Less
Südtirol and Dolomites By Enrico Massetti
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Alto Adige – Sudtirol is a German speaking province, where food is more similar to Austrian food than to Italian. Smoked speck is a specialty here. And… don’t forget the mountains,... More > both in winter and in summer time there is always something to do. This is a guide to the mountain Italian province of Südtirol. It describes its provincial capital city of Bolzano with its surroundings of San Genesio, Sarentino Valley, Ritten, Rosengarten, Carezza Lake, and Steinegg, as well as the Pusteria and Venosta valleys, including Merano and its surroundings of Senales Valley, Passeir Valley, Naturns, Lagundo, Schwemmalm, Vigiljoch, Ulten Valley and Naturns. It also includes the Seiseralm - Alpe di Siusi, with Kestelruth, Fie allo Scillar and the Alta Badia Valley, as well as the Val Gardena with Santa Cristina, Selva and Ortisei. The guide includes extensive descriptions and photos of the localities covered.< Less
Artemisia Gentileschi: 52 Masterpieces By Maria Tsaneva
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Artemisia Gentileschi was an Italian Baroque painter, considered one of the most accomplished painters in the generation following that of Caravaggio. In an era when women painters were not easily... More > accepted by the artistic community or patrons, she was the first woman to become a member of the Accademia di Arte del Disegno in Florence. She painted many pictures of strong and suffering women from myth and the Bible - victims, suicides, warriors - and made it her specialty to paint the Judith story. Her best-known work is Judith Slaying Holofermes (a well-known medieval and baroque subject in art), which "shows the decapitation of Holofernes, a scene of horrific struggle and blood-letting". That she was a woman painting in the seventeenth century and that she was raped and participated in prosecuting the rapist, long overshadowed her achievements as an artist. For many years she was regarded as a curiosity. Nowadays she is regarded as one of the most talented and expressionist painters of her generation.< Less
Trieste and Friuli (With Aquileia, Grado, Lignano, Gorizia, Cividale, Udine, Pordenone, Tarvisio) By Enrico Massetti
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If you are planning to tour Europe, you should consider the Friuli-Venezia Giulia region of northeastern Italy, bordering on Austria and Slovenia. For simplicity's sake, we abbreviate the region's... More > full name to Friuli. This lovely region may be an ideal vacation spot. You can get classic Italian food and other specialties, and wash it all down with excellent local wine. Trieste, with a population of about two hundred thousand, is the region's largest city. Trieste was definitely part and parcel of Mittel Europa (Central Europe) as the principal port of the Austro-Hungarian Empire. Trieste only joined Italy in 1954. One can easily imagine that with such a unique history Trieste is quite a unique place to visit. It is. This is a guide to a trip in the Friuli region of Italy: passing through Grado, Lignano, Aquileia, Trieste, Pordenone, Udine, and touching the mountains of Friuli, the Carnia, Tarvisio, and Sequals. There are extensive descriptions and photos of the attractions.< Less
Trieste and Friuli (With Aquileia, Grado, Lignano, Gorizia, Cividale, Udine, Pordenone, Tarvisio) By Enrico Massetti
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If you are planning to tour Europe, you should consider the Friuli-Venezia Giulia region of northeastern Italy, bordering on Austria and Slovenia. This lovely region may be an ideal vacation spot.... More > You can get classic Italian food and other specialties. While Friuli is by no means undiscovered by tourists you usually won’t be fighting crowds to see what you want. Like most regions of Italy, it has belonged to many nations over the years. Trieste, with a population of about two hundred thousand, is the region’s largest city. Trieste was definitely part and parcel of Mittleleuropa (Central Europe) as the major port of the Austro-Hungarian Empire. Trieste only joined Italy in 1954. One can easily imagine that with such a unique history Trieste is quite a unique place to visit. It is. This is a guide to a trip in the Friuli region of Italy: passing through Grado, Lignano, Aquileia, Trieste, Pordenone, Udine, and touching the mountains of Friuli, the Carnia, Tarvisio and Sequals.< Less
Intrinsically Italy By Sarah Ingle
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I wrote this book after completing a month-long study abroad program in Rome, Italy. Inside you will find: which places you need to see, specialty dishes for you to eat on the way, restaurants you... More > have to visit, the do's and dont's of being in Italy, and more! This book reveals insider knowledge resulting from my firsthand experience and formal education gained during my stay in the Eternal City. Beneficial for new or experienced travelers, students considering participating in a study abroad program, people looking to travel, or anyone interested in pursuing or reliving an Italian experience, this book is different from the rest, offering a fresh take on life in the city. Whether you have been to Rome several times, or never before in your life, I have helpful tips you can use. I recommend that you read it before you ever step foot off the plane, and take it with you to use while in Rome. Let’s take a journey to the most beautiful city in the world!< Less