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Francine Segan is a food historian and the author of four cookbooks, including The Opera Lover’s Cookbook, a James Beard and IACP award finalist. She is Food and Home editor for bettyconfidential.com. Segan lives in New York City.
If you are Italian or Italian-American, you will particularly like this book. It has some of the harder-to-find desserts found in this culture. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Joanne
There are many other Italian dessert books. So what makes this one different?
There are color images of many of the ingredients (but I always want MORE images). Read more
This cookbook covers a lot of ground and it does it in fairly competent style. By this I mean the range of Italian sweets is very large an attempting to cover it all in one book... Read morePublished 17 months ago by bill gonch
Sometimes cookbooks are a mere collection of recipes, Dolci: Italy's Sweets is not. It's to be savored. You pull it down from the bookshelf and read it repeatedly. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Richard Mccoy
Hard to use in digital format. I wish I'd ordered the hard copy. Other than that it's great! Now if I could only teach myself to make great sfogliatelle, life would be complete.Published 22 months ago by Amazon Customer
Mama Mia!! I ordered this book after my second trip to Sicily. I fell in love with the food over there, and couldn't wait to start making it for my family! Read morePublished on April 25, 2013 by SandrasKitchenNook
This a reader friendly viewer friendly cookbook for desserts from the country that makes the best in the world. It was like shopping in Mamma Roma.Published on February 15, 2013 by marvin rous