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Very informative reading about my favorite type of food.
Marianne Peri Sack
Perhaps editorial oversight was missing here, but the misspelling of Italian words and outright factual errors (such as placing locales in the wrong part of the country) make this... Read morePublished 8 months ago by Amazon Customer
The tables were a dingy green that had been around long enough to have been wiped down by a busboy probably ten thousand times if you added up the years. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Antonio Christopher Dittmann
The book not only concentrated on the history and evolvement of Italian food but also brought you up-to-date. I was hungry the entire time I was reading the book.Published 13 months ago by M.Rose
I love history and I love italian food so this is a great thing for me. Great finding out where this food we love so much has its origins.Published 15 months ago by Eric Dale Kimbrell
I'm not always in agreement with Mariani's assessments of different restaurants and personalities, but there's no denying that he spins an engaging tale with a lot of insight into... Read morePublished 15 months ago by Chris P.
Nicely done recap of Italian food and it's changing styles in both Italy and the US. A better title might be how it conquered the US, very little detail of its influence in other... Read morePublished 15 months ago by Roger Neustadter
If you love Italian food this is a good read. The history of Italy and it's foods are so interwoven it is like a plate of pasta and yummy sauce. I rad this book as did my husband.Published on April 18, 2013 by Carol Manuel