It's valuable for preserving a singular style of cooking, that of the small-town Sicilian cook from early in the century dropped into the Little Italy of New York-an experience repeated all over the nation in one Little Italy or another during the great wave of 20th-century immigration. Romina, a cooking teacher who spent childhood weekends in her grandmother's kitchen in New York City's Little Italy, recalls family members and stories while recreating tastes of family meals.
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Secrets from a Sicilian Family Kitchen Format: Paperback Authors: Francesca Romina ISBN10: 0811815331 Published: 1997-12-01 For those of us not lucky enough to grow up in our Sicilian grandmother's kitchen in Little Italy, this lively book is the next best thing-a vibrant collection.
Secrets from a Sicilian Family Kitchen Format: Paperback Authors: Francesca Romina ISBN10: 0811815331 Published: 1997-12-01 For those of us not lucky enough to grow up in our Sicilian grandmother's kitchen in Little Italy, this lively book is the next best thing-a vibrant collection of authentic Italian family recipes and memories related with warmth and humor by. Francesca Romina
Which, in an Italian-American family, usually meant only one thing her without uttering a single word.
Which, in an Italian-American family, usually meant only one thing. Trouble her without uttering a single word. What? she finally cried. What’s wrong? Ci chiede cosa c’e che non va? Grandpa grumbled, throwing up his hands. She asks us what’s wrong? he repeated in English.
Secrets from a Sicilian Family Kitchen.
Mangia, Little Italy! : Secrets from a Sicilian Family Kitchen. This is a vibrant collection of authentic It alian recipes and memories related with warmth and humour by Francesca Romina. Publisher CHRONICLE BOOKS. By (author) Francesca Romina. These are tried and tested recipes accomp anied by invaluable cookind advice passed down from one mast er cook to the next. Format Paperback 349 pages. Dimensions 180 x 232 x 1. 5mm 705g. Publication date 12 Nov 1998. Publication City/Country California, United States.
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Maybe a little overpriced. I liked it better before Kitchen Impossible showed up and renovated and changed the menu. But still good all around.
I'm not a band wagon Yelper and this isn't Chicago. What Mangia is is an Italian eatery in a small town in the mountains of Colorado. There isn't a Sicilian immigrant running the kitchen, of course, but the fare they put out is done with enough care to keep you coming back when a hankering for red sauce and garlic hits you. The decor isn't distracting. Greens and wood tones mostly. Maybe a little overpriced.