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Italian Street Food, Paola Bacchia

Product Code 6403300
$39.99
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Italian Street Food brings an old and much-loved cuisine into a whole new light, with beautiful stories and photography throughout.

We're all familiar with Italy's classic recipes, but few are aware of the traditional dishes that come from a burgeoning street-food scene. Hidden behind the town squares, away from the touristy restaurants and down laneways are little-known gems offering up some of Italy's tastiest and best-kep secret dishes that the locasl don't want you to know about.
Italians are a social bunch who love to share, therefore it comes as no surprise that food is often prepared and shared on streets and in laneways. Italian Street Food is not just another Italian cookbook; it delves into these back streets to bring you some of Italy's most exciting food. Learn how to make authentic popettine, arancini, stuffed cuttlefish, cannolis and fritters, and perfect your gelati-making skills with authentic Italian flavours such as lemon and basil, affogato and aperol and orange.
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  • Italian Street Food brings an old and much-loved cuisine into a whole new light, with beautiful stories and photography throughout.

    We're all familiar with Italy's classic recipes, but few are aware of the traditional dishes that come from a burgeoning street-food scene. Hidden behind the town squares, away from the touristy restaurants and down laneways are little-known gems offering up some of Italy's tastiest and best-kep secret dishes that the locasl don't want you to know about.
    Italians are a social bunch who love to share, therefore it comes as no surprise that food is often prepared and shared on streets and in laneways. Italian Street Food is not just another Italian cookbook; it delves into these back streets to bring you some of Italy's most exciting food. Learn how to make authentic popettine, arancini, stuffed cuttlefish, cannolis and fritters, and perfect your gelati-making skills with authentic Italian flavours such as lemon and basil, affogato and aperol and orange.
    • Paperback book
  • Reviews

    Write a Review
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  • Delivery & Returns

    Can you deliver to a P O Box address?

    Yes, we use Courier Post who can deliver to P.O. Box addresses

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