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Celebrating Italy: Tastes & Traditions of Italy as Revealed Through Its Feasts, Festivals & Sumptuous Foods

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Italians are passionate about their food and love to celebrate together. At annual village festivals the food is cooked in mammoth proportions, the cobblestone streets become jammed with costumed processions and happy crowds sit and enjoy a communal meal that is a ritual of connection and neighborly love. In "Celebrating Italy, " Carol Field takes the reader to these exube ...more
Paperback, 544 pages
Published May 21st 1997 by William Morrow & Company (first published December 1990)
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Great recipes!
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Great insight on Italian heritage via the food prepared. Many regional specialties and all four seasons covered. If I ever loan it out, it's on a leash!
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Carol Field was an American cookbook author. She wrote about Italy and Italian food since 1972. Her television appearances included being featured with Mario Batali on his series and and baking bread with Julia Child on her series.
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