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Eighty-five delicious recipes from Italy s street food scene. We re all familiar with Italy s classi....
Hardcover, 224 pages
Published November 1st 2016 by Smith Street Books
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Sandra Noel
Oct 17, 2016 rated it it was amazing
I'm in love!! I love Italian, and I love street food, so I was sure I'd enjoy this book. I wasn't expecting it to be quite so spectacular!

My local Kroger was running a Taste of Italy promotion, and I found buffalo mozzarella--not something I normally run across in Tennessee! I snagged that and some good prosciutto and headed home to surprise my girls with a great Italian lunch. We made Crescentine, a pan-cooked flat bread that actually calls for it to be split and filled with a soft cheese (buf
Nov 06, 2016 rated it really liked it
I love reading cookbooks and i LOVED this one. Italian street food is so informational and I learnt so much about the different varieties of food that can be found in Italy. It goes beyond the basic risotto and pasta recipes that we've seen in so many other Italian cookery books and yeah shows you what locals actually eat. This book really makes you want to book the next flight out to Italy just to feast! The recipes look simple enough and the pictures are so beautiful. Not much of a cook but ev ...more
Mar 13, 2017 rated it it was amazing
This visually stunning book is filled with wonderful recipes for classic Italian street food. Each recipe comes with a description and history of the food, not to mention beautiful photos. I have tried several of the recipes and have lots left to go. Buon Appetito!
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