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The distributer is not at fault here, but the book itself is just terrible. Painfully boring and self-important.Published 9 months ago by Chris
Rich history of Italy told through food. Better understand Italians through food. Fun well written read.Published 10 months ago by Jim Quarles
This kindle didn't have page numbering to change. Needed to go to specific pages and from the menu the pages selection was grayed out. The book itself was interesting.Published 17 months ago by karina
John Dickey's Delizia is an interesting read, but it contains a very significant omission. On page 96, second paragraph, the author states that "(A much repeated story has it that... Read morePublished on January 23, 2011 by Louis R. Leonini
The book shows in a very detailed way how traditional italian cuisine has been inspired by city life - and not countryside- through the ages, how it was influenced by bourgeoisie,... Read morePublished on April 2, 2010 by David Van Elslande