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A Taste of Roscigno e Campania II By Tom Resciniti Demont
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100 years of family recipes passed down from generation to generation. This is the best Italian down to earth cookbook you will ever own!
The Lost Recipe - Secret Dishes of Mediterranean Diet By Giuseppe Felitti
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This book was born with the intent of preserving part of the traditional recipes belonging to the Mediterranean diet, linked to Southern Italy: an undoubtedly popular cuisine, a nutritional model... More > that has demonstrated to the world its beneficial effects on health and longevity. Particularly, we will focus on the geographical area of Cilento, near the border between Campania and Basilicata regions: a fairy and unspoilt landscape characterized by small villages lurking in the hills, often surrounded by forests, secular trees, mountains, streams and rivers... This is Lucania, the ancient land of Lucani. The origins of the name remain mysterious today: according to some historical studies, it seems that the meaning can be derived from the combination of Latin words "Lucus" ("Holy Woods") and "Lux" ("Light"). "The Lost Recipes" are now finally rediscovered and made available to everyone in this book, with the hope that you too can become "Guardians of Tradition" over time.< Less
Let's Cook with Titina-Spring 2009 By Titina Vuotto & Costanzo Vuotto
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From the mountains and lakes of the North, to the blue waters of the South, Italy is a land of great regional diversity. Like the landscape, Italian cooking is also intensely regional, drawing on... More > local flavors and traditions. In Titina’s home region of Campania, tiny home vegetable plots abound. Some of the best tomatoes in the world are grown in rich volcanic soil. The sea is everywhere, and locals plan their menus around the freshest catch. The famous buffalo mozzarella cheese is also native to the Campania region.< Less
Naples, Capri, Ischia and Pompeii By Enrico Massetti
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The city of Naples, located on the south-western shores of Italy, is the third largest city in the country, and one of the richest regarding history. But despite its incredible past that extends to... More > its first foundations as far back as the 9th Century BC, it is often overlooked by tourists who rarely venture here from nearby Rome. But with so much to offer travelers, it’s about time Naples was given the attention it deserves. This guide leads you in a visit to Naples and the islands of Capri, Ischia, and Procida. It also covers the ruins of Pompeii and the Royal Palace of Caserta. It includes color photos and descriptions of the attractions of all the localities touched, as well as info on Campania’s cuisine and recipes. It has plenty of practical advice on travel to reach the islands and how to move once you are there. It is ideal for use on your smartphone as it contains active links to the websites of many reviews for the best-recommended restaurants that are at the location described.< Less
Naples, Capri, Ischia and Pompeii By Enrico Massetti
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The city of Naples, located on the south-western shores of Italy, is the third largest city in the country, and one of the richest in terms of history. But despite its incredible past that extends to... More > its first foundations as far back as the 9th Century BC, it is often overlooked by tourists who rarely venture here from nearby Rome. But with so much to offer travelers, it’s about time Naples was given the attention it deserves. This guide leads you in a visit to Naples and the islands of Capri, Ischia and Procida. It also covers the ruins of Pompeii and the Royal Palace of Caserta. It includes color photos and descriptions of the attractions of all the localities touched, as well as info on Campania's cuisine and recipes. It has plenty of practical advice on travel to reach the islands and how to move once you are there.< Less
Henrietta's Olive Tree By Ken Dixon
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When Sir Tobias McQuorkindale, British Ambassador to Italy, dies, his young wife Henrietta, moves from Rome to Campania unaware that she is following in the footsteps of the powerful Empress Livia... More > Drusilla in AD43. Villa del Monte, had been built over the site of Livia’s own villa, hiding the incredible treasure of Bona Dea, Goddess of Fertility. Falling in love with Dan Gilbert, only increases the excitement of the story and when war breaks out and the German army loot their way through Italy, treasures have to be hidden but it becomes difficult when they discover their town, Dolce Ampelio, has been constructed over the fabulous site of the legendary city of Misenium. The town of Dolce Ampelio suffers from a lack of children under the age of five and Henrietta discovers a recipe from the Roman Empire, which produces one of the county's finest wines, its aphrodisiac qualities restore the towns fertility. A love story not to be missed and an adventure to be enjoyed by all.< Less
Henrietta's Olive Tree By Ken Dixon
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When Sir Tobias McQuorkindale, British Ambassador to Italy, dies, his young wife Henrietta, moves from Rome to Campania unaware that she is following in the footsteps of the powerful Empress Livia... More > Drusilla in AD43. Villa del Monte, had been built over the site of Livia’s own villa, hiding the incredible treasure of Bona Dea, Goddess of Fertility. Falling in love with Dan Gilbert, only increases the excitement of the story and when war breaks out and the German army loot their way through Italy, treasures have to be hidden but it becomes difficult when they discover their town, Dolce Ampelio, has been constructed over the fabulous site of the legendary city of Misenium. The town of Dolce Ampelio suffers from a lack of children under the age of five and Henrietta discovers a recipe from the Roman Empire, which produces one of the county's finest wines, its aphrodisiac qualities restore the towns fertility. A love story not to be missed and an adventure to be enjoyed by all.< Less
Henrietta's Olive Tree By Ken Dixon
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When Sir Tobias McQuorkindale, British Ambassador to Italy, dies, his young wife Henrietta, moves from Rome to Campania unaware that she is following in the footsteps of the powerful Empress Livia... More > Drusilla in AD43. Villa del Monte, had been built over the site of Livia's own villa, hiding the incredible treasure of Bona Dea, Goddess of Fertility. Falling in love with Dan Gilbert, only increases the excitement of the story and when war breaks out and the German army loot their way through Italy, treasures have to be hidden but it becomes difficult when they discover their town, Dolce Ampelio, has been constructed over the fabulous site of the legendary city of Misenium. The town of Dolce Ampelio suffers from a lack of children under the age of five and Henrietta discovers a recipe from the Roman Empire, which produces one of the county's finest wines, its aphrodisiac qualities restore the towns fertility. A love story not to be missed and an adventure to be enjoyed by all.< Less

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