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Feast of the Seven Fishes: The Collected Comic Strip and Italian Holiday Cookbook

3.5 of 5 stars 3.50  ·  rating details  ·  14 ratings  ·  4 reviews
The Italian-American Christmas Eve tradition comes to life in this popular online comic strip collected here for the first time, complete with a foreword by Steve Geppi and a cookbook for serving up your own Feast!
Hardcover, 96 pages
Published November 1st 2005 by Allegheny Image Factory
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This last week I have spent some time discovering Italian Christmas Traditions (since my family is Italian and we have a Christmas celebration steeped with tradition). I came across this book and picked it up for an afternoon read. I'd never read comics before, but it was sort of a fun change. There is just something unique about Italian families, and Tinnell's story made me think about my own family. I didn't like the bad language used, but it did make me think of my Poppi's frequent use of "Go ...more
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I found it to be a fun read. And besides getting recipes for that I used for my own Italian Christmas Eve, I had a fun book for the family to read while digesting. Be aware that there is some suggestive language, so it is not a book for small children.

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Feast is an entertaining and humorous look at a family’s Christmas traditions. However, I can’t say I’m as enthusiastic about a holiday that encourages the gobbling of as much sea life as possible. Unfortunately, recipes are included to encourage others to start their own ocean-consuming “feasts.”
Aug 15, 2007 Jason rated it 4 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: cooking and comic enthusiasts
Shelves: graphic-novels
This book is really quite clever. It collects Tinnell's excellent FEAST OF THE SEVEN FISHES webcomics, funny stories of his large Italian family during the traditional Feast of the Seven Fishes with a cookbook in the back that tells you how to make the recipes featured in the comic.
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