- Unknown Binding
- Publisher: Knopf Publishing Group, (October 31, 2011)
- Language: English
- ASIN: B008NXKTOI
- Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars See all reviews (188 customer reviews)
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Lidia's Italy in America [LIDIAS ITALY IN AMER] [Hardcover]
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She tells a bit about each recipe and even more about the communities she visited and the people she met. There are few pictures of the recipes themselves. There are many of Lidia and the places she went to. Included are recipes for: antipasti, zuppe, sandwiches and pizza, salads, pasta, vegetables and sides, seafood, meat and desserts. She incorporates a list of episodes from her television series `Lidia's Italy in America', seasons 1 and 2 and recipes from the series. An index lists by recipe name and ingredient.
The recipes are not difficult, they are written out clearly with the number of servings. We have already enjoyed; Italian American meatloaf, almond pine nut cookies and lemon granita and of course the crab cake recipe is marvelous.
This is a book that many would want to add to their cookbook collection if they are fans of Lidia and/or Italian cooking.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Broke down and bought an actual book, I love her show and had to start collecting Lidia's books. My family loves her style of cooking, though we cut out some of the fat and cut... Read morePublished 25 days ago by LoveDogs
Thoroughly enjoyed it and found lots of new recipes to try out at home.Published 3 months ago by Womansong
I find it has so many ideas for comfy food not just traditional Italian dishes. Great veggie, salads, soups and pasta dishes. She is one of the best teachers.Published 4 months ago by kate robinson